Natasha V.

Lecturer, Film and Digital Media
Office: Communications 151
Education and Training: 
M.F.A., San Francisco State University
B.A., M.F.A., UC Berkeley
Research Interests: 

Natasha V. studied screenwriting at Columbia University in New York, and earned an MFA in Cinema Production from SFSU, and both a BA & MA in Rhetoric from UC Berkeley.  Her creative interests focus on problems in writing for the female Protagonist as well as alternative narrative structures.  Natasha won a national screenwriting competition and was invited to submit scripts to the Sundance Lab three years running.  Her short films have screened both here and abroad.  She has also written for magazines, museums and the music business.  

Teaching Interests: 

Teaching Fall Quarter 2016 - FILM 150, Screenwriting
Teaching Winter Quarter 2017 - FILM 196B, Senior Project in Screenwriting