Kasia Płazińska is a filmmaker born in Poland, currently based in New York City.

Kasia is a recipient of the Jerome Foundation Film and Video Grant, Iowa Arts Fellowship, MacDowell Art Colony Fellowship, Polish Austin Society Funding, Korpi & Carbonara Excellence Fund. Her works screened at numerous film festivals and venues, including New York Jewish Film Festival at Lincoln Center, Fullbright Commission in Sri Lanka, Kriti Gallery in India, film festivals in Palermo, Amsterdam, Sao Paulo, Budapest, London, among others. Kasia was awarded the Black Maria Director’s Choice Award, Ann Arbor Festival Jury Award, Jaipur International Film Festival Jury Award, and Grand Prix at Montreal Underground Film Festival. Her short film “Chapri” toured around microcinemas in the US.

Kasia works on commisioned projects (the Museum of Chinese in America in NYC, Zen Studies Society, The Criterion Collection, FoxHog Productions). Since 2014 she has worked with The Whitney Museum and MoMA on the Andy Warhol Film Project.