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Natalie Wong Christensen is a fourth-year film production student at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, and her films have been selected in festivals across the U.S. and abroad.

She has played piano for sixteen years and releases music under the artist name Renaissance Woman. She is self-produced and scores for her own films and those of her peers.

Additionally, she founded a student group for educational equity called Henrico Justice in 2020 and upon returning to Los Angeles organized a Black-Asian Solidarity March with the Valley of Change while co-founding an API Student Coalition at LMU.


- Camp Rebel 
Official Selection, Flicker's Rhode Island International Film Festival (2022)
- "Takedown"
Best Director Short Documentary, Berlin Indie Film Festival (2022)
- "The Astral Project"
Official Selection, Indy Shorts International Film Festival (Academy Award Qualifying) (2019)
- "The Astral Project"
Best Cinematography Award, Oregon Cinema Arts Festival (2019)
- "The Astral Project"
Official Selection, Richmond International Film Festival (2019)
- "Monumental"
First Place Award for Filmmakers Under 20, Oliver White Hill Film Competition (2019)

Her art aims to evoke catharsis, while imaginatively transforming cultural discourse and uplifting underrepresented voices.

Aside from artistic endeavors, she enjoys cooking, resting, and belly laughing with her friends.

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