about


Daniela Pasquini is an actor, and an award-winning film maker creating shorts in which she writes, directs and performs, and is a co-founder of The Bush Theatre's associate company Antler where she works collaboratively, devising and performing in new work.

A cross-section of my extensive range

OTHER:
Facilitated workshops on; An Introduction to Theatremaking with National Theatre Young Studio,  An Introduction to Shakespeare and Shakespeare in a Modern Context for the International School of The Hague, An Introduction to Devising in association with ANTLER for both A-Level and University Level, invited by Into Film to host screenings and Q&As for our British Council Short at secondary schools around the UK. 

I also like to draw

PRESS:

'Pasquini really impresses in both characters, the flamboyant Paola in particular is a real highlight and deserves her own sketch show'                  { ...a sketch show with two characters? Yes Please!}                              A younger Theatre, If I were Me   
Pasquini is delightfully witty...and her timing is impeccable* - {*flawless, faultless, unblemished, unimpeachable, not liable to sin}        The New Current, Where The White Stops
...masterfully controls her dead pan quips - {fry them with a little salt}  Exeunt, Where The White Stops

 

FILM FACTS:
I work alongside my regular collaborator (talented brother) DOP and editor Alex Pasquini. Most recently I devised,  directed and performed in new short BLACKBIRD  (easy tiger! Suppress that ambition) which is scored by the brilliant Sky Academy Arts Scholar Ollie Howell and script edited by award-winning writer and performer Jonnie Bayfield.

ANTLER FACTS: 
Where The White Stops; was awarded the Ideastap-Underbelly Award 2013 and Nominated for The Stage Awards, Best ensemble 2013 before being performed at The Bush Theatre, London as part of The Radar festival and Antler's first UK Tour. Our latest show If I were Me, won the Suitcase Prize at the Pulse Festival, New Wolsey in its early development and later transferred to the Soho Theatre, London as part of the Soho Rising festival, 2016. Antler are now an associate company with The Bush Theatre, London.