Kasimir’s debut feature film FELL, had its world premiere in Official Competition at Sydney Film Festival and garnered critical acclaim from publications including the Hollywood Reporter and Screen Daily. His shorts have screened in over thirty countries at festivals including Berlin, Locarno, Stockholm and Melbourne International Film Festival. In 2005, Lou Reed, Judy Dench and Anton Corbijn awarded BOOTH STORY Film of The Festival at Raindance (UK). In 2008 George Lucas awarded DIRECTIONS Best Short at Tiburon (USA). In 2011 Kasimir won the Crystal Bear at The Berlinale for LILY.
Kasimir’s collaborative work with artists such as Ellen Jose, Julia Ciccarone, Gregory Crewdson and Missy Higgins has been screened and collected by the National Gallery of Victoria, Heide Museum, the Melbourne Arts Centre, the Australian Centre for Moving Image, SBS and ABC. His documentary work in the pacific has screened at the UN and The Sydney Opera House as part of TEDx and The World Conference for the Rights of People with Disabilities. His latest feature documentary, THE LEUNIG FRAGMENTS, screened in competition at both the 2019 Sydney Film Festival and Melbourne International Film Festival.