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Kazik Radwanski

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B: in Toronto, Ontario

Kaz Radwanski wrote directed and produced three award-winning shorts between 2007-09, before moving on to features, Tower in 2012 and How Heavy This Hammer in 2015. Together with his former Ryerson classmate Daniel Montgomery, Radwanski formed the production company MDFF (Medium Density Fibreboard Films). He has been called “one of Toronto’s most gifted young filmmakers” by Now critic Jason Alexander. How Heavy This Hammer was given its world premiere at TIFF 2015 and was generally well received by the local critics. The National Post called it a “must see” and it was in the running for the best Canadian film at the 2016 Toronto Film Critics Association awards’ dinner. His film Anne at 13,000 ft was selected Mohave its World Premiere at TIFF 2019.

Also see: I’ve Heard the Mermaids Singing, the Toronto New Wave and Beyond.

Features & TV Movies:
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

Assault (2007, short)
Princess Margaret Blvd. (2008, short)
Out in That Deep Blue Sea (2009, short)

Green Crayons (2010, short)
Tower (2012)
Cutaway (2014, short)
How Heavy This Hammer (2015)
Scaffold (2017, short, documentary)
Anne at 13,000 ft (2019)

Credits as a Screenwriter:
Assault (2007, short)
Princess Margaret Blvd. (2008, short)
Out in That Deep Blue Sea (2009, short)

Green Crayons (2010, short)
Tower (2012)
Cutaway (2014, short)
How Heavy This Hammer (2015)
Anne at 13,000 ft (2019)

Credits as a Producer:
Sundowning (associate producer, 2012)
East Hasting Pharmacy (associate producer, 2012)
How Heavy This Hammer (2015)
Tales of Two Who Dreamt (Executive producer, 2016, documentary)
Scaffold (2017, short, documentary)
< Anne at 13,000 ft (2019)