Greta Nash is an award-winning emerging filmmaker from Melbourne, Australia. In 2015 she graduated from the Victorian College of the Arts with a Bachelor of Film and Television.
In 2018, Greta wrote, directed and edited the winning Tropfest film Two Piece which was selected by a jury headed by Academy Award Winner Susan Sarandon. The film also won Best Actress and was nominated for Best Screenplay. The event was broadcast live across Australia on ABC Comedy and YouTube and made available to stream on ABC iView.
Her short film Locker Room premiered at the 2017 Melbourne International Film Festival, where she was also invited to take part in the prestigious Accelerator Lab for emerging Australian/New Zealand talent. It recently screened at the Academy Award Accredited Flickerfest 2018, where she was awarded the inaugural REBEL8 Award for Outstanding Emerging Female Director. It was also awarded the $3000 Mayoral Prize for Best Film at the 2018 Short Cuts Film Festival.
Her graduate film Karma Police won Best Narrative Film at the 2016 Willoughby Short Film Festival.
As well as premiering as VEVO Music Video of the Week, her music video for Flash by The Belligerents was also selected as a 2018 finalist at SoundKilda where it was nominated for the Craft Award. It recently played in the 2018 Clipped festival Top 50.