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Naomi Pacifique is a Swiss-Dutch artist.

She grew up in Lausanne, Switzerland, and graduated from Oxford University with an Mst in Creative Writing and from London Film School with an MA in Filmmaking. Her graduation film, after a room, was awarded the Pardino d'Argento Swiss Life at the 74th edition of Locarno International Film Festival in August 2021, among other awards at International Film Festivals.

Across the arts, Naomi's work interests itself in intimacy and deep ecology, particularly in the intimate spaces found to discover and reinvent both oneself and the environment one is surrounded by.

She is currently developping her first two feature films, 'after the night, the night', supported by Ikusmira Berriak 2023, Ecam's Start Me Up Program 2023 and awarded Elea Media Award in Post-Production at San Sebastian International Film Festival in 2023, and 'was it a dream in which we breathed'. 

She has participated in Berlinale Talents Short Form Station 2022, the 'Apichaptong Weerasethakul Lab: Filming in the Amazong', and Locarno Film Festival's Spring Academy 2024.

In September 2023, she released her first album 'look, the wind is coming for us'. Her work has been published by Ambit Magazine, exhibited in London Gallery Cafés, and performed in London and Oxford venues.

The last short film she produced and assistant directed, Filipiñana, was awarded the Silver Bear Shorts Jury Prize at the 70th Berlinale, among several other awards at international film festivals. She more recently co-produced 'A Bird Called Memory' by Leonardo Martinelli, and 'The Human Surge 3' by Teddy Williams.

She is co-founder and co-director of Idle Eye production company, alongside Rafael Manuel & Albert Kuhn.

She is currently based in Amsterdam, with secondary bases in Geneva, Switzerland, and Lima, Peru.


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