Natalie Paige Bentley

Natalie Paige Bentley

NPB Entertainment Group
Actor, Director, Screenwriter and Producer

New York City, New York

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November 2014
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About Natalie

Natalie Paige Bentley is an award-winning filmmaker, actress and recording artist. Bentley’s most recent success has been the digital release of her award-winning short film, “The Mermaid,” written, directed, produced and starring Bentley. With over 3.5 million views on YouTube, “The Mermaid” has been awarded with over 14 awards for her production, direction and viral success. Her production of “The Mermaid” led to the inspiration behind “La Sirena” television series created by Bentley, currently in development.

Her first film debut, “Butterfly Angels,” was awarded the Independent Achievement Award from NYIFF, including festival circuit success, screenings in Sydney Australia, London, Orlando, Florida, Toronto, & NYC for multiple festivals as well as completing two world tours. Her work also garnered her nominations for both Best Actress from IFCT festival and Best Short Film from both IFCT & NYIIFF.

Natalie’s feature film “City of Motherly Love” had its theatrical & DVD release in 2010. Other releases have included, a collection of her
award-winning short films, “Land is my Soul,” which took part in the Land Trust Alliance competition in 2016. As an accomplished equestrian, her work has led her behind the camera to capture the competitive world of equitation and the sport of horseback riding. Natalie has continued to branch out in her career as a multimedia artist.

Her work as an accomplished recording artist, including her pseudonym, Trillium Vein, was the embodiment of her artistry, combining her work as a filmmaker, actress and published author. Trillium Vein’s 2012 multimedia release, “Once Upon a Time,” was packaged with a
40-minute featurette film, storybook & interactive website. Her music videos have been on rotation w/ MTV2, , & Fuse.tv as well as international recognition. Trillium Vein’s multimedia book release was awarded Domtar's Award of Excellence 2013 and ForeWords Multimedia Book of the Year 2013 for her "Once Upon a Time" release. Her 2017 album release, AMAUROTIC, under her name Natalie Paige Bentley, was released yet another 12-minute musical film experience.

Bentley has directed and produced numerous award-winning music videos for various artists under her production company, NPB Entertainment Group, including her continued work for various charitable organizations, including the works of the late Nikola Tesla. Her feature film screenplay, “Katharine to Tesla” was awarded the 2012 Tesla Spirit Presidents Award from the Nikola Tesla Foundation.
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Credits

  • The Mermaid

    The Mermaid (2017)
    Film by Natalie Paige Bentley Director, Producer, Actress

  • Wetlands

    Wetlands (2017)
    Film Actress

  • Amaurotic

    Amaurotic (2017)
    Video by Natalie Paige Bentley Actress, Director, Producer

  • D. C. Aquilante Live Edge

    D. C. Aquilante Live Edge (2017)
    Video Producer

  • Land is my Soul

    Land is my Soul (2016)
    Video by Natalie Paige Bentley Director, Producer, Actress

  • Trillium Vein: Blue Jay

    Trillium Vein: Blue Jay (2014)
    Video by Natalie Paige Bentley Director, Producer

  • Blue Jay

    Blue Jay (2014)
    Music by NPB Ent Grp/Peel records Director, Producer, Actress

  • 3:40

    3:40 (2014)
    Music by NPB Ent Grp Natalie Paige Bentley

  • Elephant in the Room

    Elephant in the Room (2013)
    Music by Peel Records Natalie Paige Bentley

  • Katharine to Telsa

    Katharine to Telsa (2013)
    Film (short) by NPB Ent Grp Katharine Johnson

  • Alice

    Alice (2012)
    Music by NPB Entertainment Director, Producer, Actress

  • Once Upon a Time - Trillium Vein

    Once Upon a Time - Trillium Vein (2012)
    Film by Peel Records/NPB Ent Grp Director, Producer, Actress

  • Red Pens (Mace)

    Red Pens (Mace) (2011)
    Music by Alabama Productions Trillium Vein

  • Smoke & Mirrors

    Smoke & Mirrors (2010)
    Music by Alabama Productions Trillium Vein

  • Time

    Time (2009)
    Music by ECR/Alabama Productions Main Girl

  • Evontis

    Evontis (2009)
    Commercial by Evontis Water Spokesperson

  • Butterfly Angels

    Butterfly Angels (2007)
    Film (short) by Alabama Productions The Girl

  • Prison Song

    Prison Song (2001)
    Film (Drama) Actress A young man lives and learns while growing up on the street and in and out of correctional facilities.

  • City of Motherly Love

    City of Motherly Love (2001)
    Film by Rivercoast Films/Alabama Productions Ashley

  • Lucky Numbers

    Lucky Numbers (2000)
    Film (Comedy and Crime) Miscellaneous Crew Winter, 1988: Harrisburg PA's celebrity weatherman, Russ Richards, is broke: he's borrowed heavily to open a snowmobile dealership, and it's still unseasonably warm. Gig, his seedy pal, advises him to run an insurance scam; when it goes awry, Russ is out another $10,000 and in trouble with Dale, a bat-wielding thug. Gig convinces Russ to rig the state lottery with the help of Crystal, a gold-digging ditz with a heart of tin. They have to find a beard to buy the ticket, and then they have to cash it. Soon, murder and various double-crosses add to Russ's nightmare. A lazy cop zeroes in. Jail is closer than riches. Will Russ have to choose between his money and his life? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

Awards

  • Telly Silver & Bronze - The Mermaid
    (2018)

  • Hermes Platinum & Gold Awards - The Mermaid
    (2018)

  • Muse Platinum & Rose Gold Award - The Mermaid
    (2018)

  • AVA Digital Gold - The Mermaid
    (2018)

  • Domtar Award of Excellence Mulitmedia Fantasy Release
    (2013)

  • Forewords Book of the Year - Trillium Vein Once Upon a Time
    (2012)

  • Tesla Spirit President Award - Katharine to Tesla Screenplay
    (2012)

  • Independent Achievement Award from NYIFF
    (2008)

  • Nominations for Best Actress from IFCT festival and Best Short Film from both IFCT & NYIIFF
    (2007)

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