Natalia Leite is a Brazilian filmmaker. Her directorial debut, “Bare,” starring Dianna Agron and Paz De La Huerta, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and was released in 2015 by IFC and Paramount Pictures. Her second feature “MFA,” a psychological thriller centered around rape crimes in universities, was nominated for a Grand Jury Prize at SXSW 2017 and will be released in theaters in the fall of 2017. Her work has been described as having “a bracing, assertive style” (Variety), “emotional intelligence and sensitivity” (LA Times), and as “cementing the reign over highly stylized, sexually progressive dramas” (Slant). She is a frequent contributor to VICE Media, creating original content like the provocative show “Every Woman,” and a co-creator of the series “Be Here Nowish.” She has directed commercials and branded content for Nasty Gal, Vice, Ray Ban, BudLight, Oscar Meyer, Land Rover, among other brands.