Agnieszka Vosloo is a Polish born New York based film director and screenwriter. Her award-winning films screened at Sundance, Toronto and AFI Fest, and were showcased at MoMA in New York and the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego among others. She was named as one of Filmmaker Magazine’s ‘25 New Faces of Independent Film’.
For her feature debut, the psychological thriller After.Life, Agnieszka teamed up with a high profile, award winning cast, including Academy Award® Nominee Liam Neeson and Golden Globe® Nominee Christina Ricci.
Variety called After.Life “elegant, magisterial and otherworldly”, while the Hollywood Reporter commented “Vosloo creates an atmosphere of quiet dread… subtle and unnerving.”
Agnieszka first broke into the spotlight with her short film Pâté, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. Described by critics as a “visual tour de force” and “Fellini on acid”, the film went on to win several awards at major international festivals around the world.
As well as her work in feature films, Agnieszka’s strikingly distinctive and highly stylized visual aesthetic, combined with her strength in narrative storytelling, has led to her direct numerous commercials and music videos for a variety of brands and clients.
She has also collaborated with many renowned artists, including Laurie Anderson and Trisha Brown on the acclaimed O Composite, a multi-media project for the Opéra Garnier in Paris.
Most recently Agnieszka premiered The United States of Fixations, a three channel video installation at Jimmy Moffat’s Red Hook Labs.
Agnieszka graduated from the Directing Department of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, where she was honored with the prestigious Wasserman Award for directing.