About the Company
Athene films is a boutique style production house based in Vancouver BC with a focus on documentary and lifestyle TV production. With over 1 years of experience the team is dedicated to quality and compelling projects.
DIRECTOR, PRODUCER, EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
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Natalie Boll was recently recognized by Business In Vancouver as Forty Under 40 Winner 2017. She is a director of Athene Films, which is based in Vancouver, Canada and is the propriétaire of Bauhaus Restaurant, Natalie Boll’s career included over 18 years of production experience as a Producer, Writer, Director, and Production Manager. After graduating from both the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York and Capilano University’s Film Studies program, she embarked on a number of Canadian and international projects spanning music videos, documentaries, dramatic shorts and lifestyle programming. She helped produce award-winning short films E?Anx (The Cave) and Inconvenience earned her widespread critical acclaim at exhibitions such as the Berlin International, Toronto International, and Sundance Film Festivals.
Natalie has worked as a producer in both scripted, and nonscripted television specializing in online content strategies. Natalie has also managed a variety of productions including CMT Star for Corus Entertainment, Food Networks’ World’s Weirdest Restaurants, and HGTV Canada’s Urban Suburban. In scripted television, Natalie produced of Rampage 2 and 3, release through Netflix.
After spending over seven years filming her first directorial Maker of Monsters: The Extraordinary Life of Beau Dick, recently completed an across Canadian theatrical tour with Cineplex.
Dr. Randall Perry
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Dr. Randall Perry is an artist-scientist, and screenwriter (he is a member of the Writers Guild of America West). Dr. Perry loves films and is a director of Athene films, Vancouver Canada. He has written three adventure novels, weaving together, adventure, romance and science. As an abstract painter he is a member of the Chelsea Arts Club, London England. He is the author of numerous publications on subjects ranging from science and linguistics, to art and education. Before returning to finish a doctorate in Astrobiology at the University of Washington, he had twenty years of experience as a company director and art gallery owner. After receiving a PhD in astrobiology, he received a National Science Foundation fellowship to the University of Oxford followed by a Royal Society fellowship to Imperial College London school of Science, Technology and Medicine, where he remains as a Senior Research Investigator on academic staff. He is also the chair and founder of the Space Science Engineering Foundation, which runs industry simulations for students designing space settlements both in England and Europe, and also at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. Besides being interested in creative and scientific projects, Dr. Perry is also an adventurer and explorer. He has crossed the Atlantic in a small sailboat; dived to the bottom of the ocean in the deep submersible, Alvin; he is an experienced mountain climber, desert trekker and holds fixed wing and helicopter pilot ratings. Currently he splits his time between Vancouver and London. www.rsperry.com