Natasa Stork • Actriz
"Verme en la pantalla siempre fue difícil para mí, pero aprendí a aceptarme a mí misma"
por Ana Stanic
BERLINALE 2021: La actriz húngara nos habla de los comienzos de su carrera, de su trabajo en Preparations to Be Together for an Unknown Period of Time y del director de sus sueños
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Natasa Stork, born in Budapest, has spent her acting career with one foot firmly placed in the theater world and one in film. After completing her studies at the University of Theatre and Film in 2008, she joined the Hungarian National Theatre Company. During her two years with the classical theater company, she continued to act in independent, experimental work both on stage and screen. In 2010, Natasa was granted a one-year EU Scholarship to study dance in Amsterdam, another of her passions. She followed this up with performances on stage for innovative companies such as Krétako¨r led by Árpád Schilling and Kornél Mundruczó's Proton Theater as well as in international theater projects including One Land Many Faces (Carreau Du Tample, Paris, 2015), The Impossible Vastness (Hamburg, 2017), and Die Unscheinbaren (Luzerner Theater, Luzern, 2019). Parallel to her on-going theatre work, Natasa was cast in Heavenly Shift [+lee también:
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Now selected for the 2021 Shooting Stars, the Hungarian actress talks to us about the beginning of her career, her work in Preparations to Be Together for an Unknown Period of Time and her dream director (Paul Thomas Anderson).