Casimir Nozkowski is an award-winning filmmaker whose work has been featured on The Tonight Show, MSNBC, PBS, AMC, IFC, and NPR, written about in the New York Times and shown at the Museum of Modern Art. He has made over 100 short movies, co-founded and directs the “Internets Celebrities” – a non-fiction group whose 13-episode docu-series Food Warriors can be found at thefoodwarriors.com – and sits on the Rooftop Films board of directors. He wrote and produced the first ever trailer for “Mad Men” and the very last trailer for “Breaking Bad” and launched lots of their campaigns in-between. Movies he’s either directed or edited have premiered at the film festivals Sundance, Tribeca, Telluride, SXSW, Woodstock and Hot Docs. Recent work includes his short film “IDAC” (Vimeo Staff Pick), his IFC Campaign “80s Weekend” (Promax Award Winner) and editing the ESPN documentary “The Shining Star of Losers Everywhere” (Sundance Film Fest Premiere). He just wrote and directed his first feature film "The Outside Story" which stars Brian Tyree Henry, Sonequa Martin-Green, Sunita Mani, Olivia Edward and Asia Kate Dillon and was slated to premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2020 until it was postponed due to Covid-19.