Natalie G. Hill, Producer
In 2012, Natalie Hill Executive Produced the feature film Arthur Newman, starring Colin Firth and Emily Blunt, directed by Dante Ariola. In 2007, Ariola and Natalie won the DGA award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Commercials together for their work on spots for Coca Cola, Traveler’s Insurance and Johnny Walker.
Natalie has established a strong reputation in the world of commercials, continuing to produce spots and campaigns for the world’s most prestigious brands; Coca-Cola, Mercedes, Pepsi, Heineken, Levis, Dickies, Wrigleys, LG, Lexus, Volkswagen, GE, Jim Beam and Smirnoff among many others. She has worked closely with commercial directors such as Ariola, Steven Klein, Laurent Chanez, Stacy Wall and Harold Einstein. Films she’s produced: Seed: A Love Story for Lifetime Television and Manifest Production's Lisa Henson and Janet Yang, To the Curb directed by Tamra Davis, starring Ione Skye and Max Perlich, and Made in Trinidad, a documentary produced by Sigurjon Sighvatsson.
Natalie began her film career as production manager on the award-winning documentary, Paris is Burning, recipient of the Grand Jury Prize for Documentaries at the 1991 Sundance Film Festival, Best Documentary at the 1991 Seattle International Film Festival, International Documentary Association and the Berlin International Film Festival.
Working closely with renowned artist and film director Philippe Parreno, Natalie produced June 1968 in 2011, shot in 65 mm and lensed by award winning cinematographer Darius Khondji. The film is a stunning reenactment of a POV from the train that carried the body of Robert F Kennedy from New York to Washington. The film ran at the Pompidou Center in Paris, Serpentine Gallery in London and the award winning Hypnosis show at the Park Avenue Armory.
Natalie has extensive international production experience in countries such as Argentina, Australia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, India, New Zealand, Spain, South Africa, Thailand, and the United Kingdom.
She is a native of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, and a graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of Arts.