Curriculum vitae

Nathaniel Kelly

natkellyfilms@gmail.com

+61 474 456 711

Darwin, Northern Territory

 

Award-winning cinematographer and director currently completing a Bachelor of Arts (Screen Production) at the Australian Film Television and Radio School.

 

Awards

 

2018 Awarded Best National Student Cinematography at the 47th ACS (Australian Cinematographers Society) National Awards for “Curriculum”.

 

2017 Awarded Gold in Student Cinematography at the Regional ACS Awards, NT for “Curriculum”.

 

Awarded Bronze in Student Cinematography at the Regional ACS Awards, NT for “Merrick”.

 

2015 Best Achievement in Drama at the Bond University Film Television Awards (BUFTA) for “After Tracy”.

 

Best Achievement in Cinematography at the Bond University Film Television Awards (BUFTA) for “After Tracy”.

 

Receiver of the Dean’s Choice Award at the Bond University Film Television Awards (BUFTA) for “After Tracy”.

 

Awarded the Jury Prize at the Bond University Film Television Awards (BUFTA) for “After Tracy”.

 

Awarded Silver in Student Cinematography at the Regional ACS Awards, NT for “After Tracy”.

 

2014 Awarded Gold in Student Cinematography at the Regional ACS Awards, NT for “Child’s Play”.

 

Awarded Bronze in Student Cinematography at the Regional ACS Awards, NT for “Old Man Charles”.

 

Won People’s Choice Award at the Fist Full of Films Festival, NT, for “The Noodle Man”.

 

Awarded Best Cinematography at the Fist Full of Films Festival, NT, for “Marco”.

 

Feature Film

 

2018 We’re Family Now

Writer/Director/Cinematographer Prod. A Bird Studio Films/Independent

Screened at Birch Carol & Coyle Cinemas in Darwin City to a sold-out theatre of 170 people. Theatrical rights purchased by Deckchair Cinema for a screening run of three weekends in May 2018.


Short Films


2018 Vignette

Cinematographer

 

Clive (post-production)

Co-writer/Co-director

 

2017 Curriculum

Cinematographer/Co-Producer

 

Australian Cinematographers Society: Gold in Student Cinematography at the Regional Northern Territory Awards 2017 and Winner of the Best National Student Cinematography at the 47th National Awards in 2018.

 

Imaginarium

Cinematographer/Co-Producer

 

Merrick

Cinematographer/Editor

 

Australian Cinematographers Society: Bronze in Student Cinematography at the Regional Northern Territory Awards 2017.

 

Farewell Happy Fields

Cinematographer

 

2016 The Trouble with Martin Walters

Writer/Director/Cinematographer

 

Prequel

Co-writer/Cinematographer/Editor

 

Lolly

Cinematographer

 

Leg It

Cinematographer

 

Accepted for screening at the Barcelona Sports Film Festival 2018 as well as the Cannes Cinema des Antipodes in 2018.

 

Stardust

Cinematographer

 

2015 Inconceivable

Writer/Director/Cinematographer

 

It Takes Two to Tango

Writer/Director/Cinematographer

 

The Insanity Project

Cinematographer

 

After Tracy

Writer/Director/Cinematographer

 

Screening as part of the NT Travelling Film Festival 2018, at 8 landmark locations from Alice Springs to Nhulunbuy. Awarded Silver in Student Cinematography at the Regional Northern Territory Awards 2015. Shortlisted for the Bond University Film and Television Awards 2015, winning Best Achievement in Drama, Best Achievement in Cinematography, Dean’s Choice Award and the Jury Prize.

 

2014 The Noodle Man

Writer/Director/Cinematographer

 

Marco

Co-Director/Cinematographer

 

Screened at the Deckchair Cinema for the Fist Full of Films Festival 2014, where it was awarded Best Cinematography in the festival for that year.

 

Corporate Videos

 

2018 Cinematographer for “Open Day Video” (University of Sydney: Faculty of Arts and Social Science)

Editor on “HiPages: Shed Construction – Interviews” (WOW Moment Productions, Sydney)

Camera Assistant on “National Disability Scheme – Corporate Video” (Maitree House).

 

2017 Cinematographer for “Promo: Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences” (University of Sydney: Faculty of Arts and Social Science).

Cinematographer on “North Shore Private: Ramsay Health Care Maternity” (WOW Moment Productions, Sydney).

Cinematographer on “Seagrass: Awards Night Gala” (WOW Moment Productions, Sydney).

Cinematographer on “Ramsay Health Care: HR Videos” (WOW Moment Productions, Sydney).

Editor and Colourist for “Pink Hope: Candid Conversations Series” (WOW Moment Productions, Sydney).

Camera Assistant on “MTC Australia – Transition to Work” (Maitree House).

 

2016 Cinematographer and Editor for “MTC Australia – Movers and Shakers: Episode 4” (Maitree House).

Cinematographer for Rozelle Neighbourhood Centre (Maitree House).

Camera Operator for “Nitro Up North” (Simon Says Television – now Global Headquarters).

Cinematographer and Editor for “Connect Community Theatre” (Red Door Arts).

 

2015 Broadcast Camera Operator, Thoroughbred Racing Northern Territory 

April 2014 – November 2015

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