Her graduation piece Nocturne, which she wrote, produced, directed and designed, was a surrealist-inspired film focusing on insomnia and its connections with a troubled psyche.
It achieved noteworthy success at the London Young Film Festival and the Moving Image Film Festival in Toronto.
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FIVE TIPS FROM KAMPENPosted on 27 August 2015Let me start by introducing myself: I am Reinier de Wit, born and bred in western Brabant, a province in the south of the Netherlands.
I could fill pages with this, but right now I’m listening to some Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Carlos Santana.
My dad’s a guitar teacher so I grew up listening to that kind of music.
She worked on two feature films, both of which were released nationwide - Rollin' with the Nines (2006), directed by Julian Gilbey, and Outlanders (2007), directed by Dominic Lees.
Deciding that her technical skills needed improvement, Van Kampen next attended the London Film School, where she graduated in 2008.
Of course there are many other ways to discover Kampen and its surroundings by water: we at Kampen and Beyond, of instance, offer a bike and boat package along the IJssel.2.At that time it was still quite a strong event and only GM Jan Timman managed to pull that off at the same age.On the brink of a career as a film director, Nataasha van Kampen made just one picture - Nocturne (2009), starring her stepfather Mark Rylance, one of Britain's most gifted Shakespearean actors and the first artistic director of Shakespeare's Globe theatre in London.Several doctors, who were fellow passengers, tried in vain to save her life. As a result of her death, Rylance pulled out of the Opening Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics, where he had been due to recite a passage from The Tempest.Speaking for the first time since her death, he disclosed he has held conversations with his stepdaughter “a lot of times”, with his imagination often allowing her to “do or say something that is very, very resonant”.