A girl and her father share their last holiday.
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
Kasimir graduated from the VCA School of Film and Television in 2003 and has since built a body of work that includes short films, documentaries, music clips and installation film. His films have won over twenty awards, including the Silver Medal at Bergamo film festival in Italy (2004) for the short ‘Colour of Sound’, ‘Best Australian Music Video’ (Soundkilda 2006) and ‘Film of The Festival’ at Raindance film festival in the UK (2006) for the AFC funded short ‘Booth Story’. In 2007 his short ‘67’ was selected to participate in the Melbourne International Film Festival’s Accelerator program. That same year, his short ‘Remember My Name’, screened as the official MIFF opening night short film. ‘Directions’, (Screen Australia funded short), premiered at the 2008 Locarno Film Festival and has since been invited to thirty festivals around the world. ‘Directions’ just recently won the jury award at Brussels Short Film Festival. As a result of winning the 2009 Qantas ‘Spirit of Youth Award’ for film, Kasimir is now developing his feature script ‘Red Ochre’ with mentor Rachel Ward. He is also co-writing the feature 'Gridlock' with acclaimed writer director Natasha Pincus. His short 'Lily' premiered at MIFF in 2010. He is currently represented by HLA Creative Management.