Kasia Płazińska is a filmmaker born in Poland, currently based in New York City. She makes both fiction and non-fiction films. Her work is characterized by a subtle sensuality and rigorous attention to detail in both image and sound.
Kasia is a recipient of the New York State Council on the Arts grant, Jerome Foundation Film and Video Grant, Iowa Arts Fellowship, MacDowell Art Colony Fellowship, and Eurimages Cultural Fund of European Council. She has been invited to participate in film industry events such as: Venice Biennale College - Cinema, New Horizons Film Festival Studio+, Telluride Film Festival Seminar.
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 on the Andy Warhol Film Project.