Most Exciting Directors Coming out of Flickerfest 2019 MiniFlix 2019
"Natalie van den Dungen is a film festival pro by now. She’s had films screened at over 100 festivals worldwide. On top of her award-winning shorts, she’s also crafted short docs, music videos and TV spots. What’s most amazing? When you see all her work side by side, both commerical and personal, it all feels of one piece.
This latest short could be seen as a companion piece of sorts to her extremely popular short, Bunny New Girl. Both feature child protagonists. Both have a special quirk and charm. But Sherbert Rozencrantz shows a director looking to up her game. This time there’s higher stakes, a larger cinematic world to explore and a heightened 80s aesthetic that offers film lovers a nice mix between Wes Anderson and a Stranger Things episode."
ADG awards first Gender Matters: Commercial & Content Directing mentorships to eight recipients Campaign Brief 2017
Generator: Emerging Filmmakers Fund Screen NSW announces three new short films directed by women - Screen NSW 2017
ADG Gives Female Directors a Boost - Screen Australia News 2017
Meet the Bunny New Girl - Screen Anarchy 2017
Bunny New Girl: Unmasking the anxiety of a first day at school - BBFF News 2016
Director Natalie van den Dungen Tells How Being a New Girl Herself Inspired Bunny New Girl - Indie Flurry 2016
Life after Death Sydney Morning Herald 2011
A hit at this year's MIFF, the Tote documentary will screen for a whole new audience.