The Kissinger Twins
Dawid Marcinkowski and Katarzyna Kifert are award-winning director duo exploring the intersection of narrative and technology.
They are experts in new media, interactive and social media storytelling. They have been working in London, LA, and Singapore
on interactive and film projects for clients such as Samsung, Honda, Channel4 or Expedia.
The authors of the first Polish interactive films, including "Smolik Attitude" (2002) and “Sufferosa” (2010), one of the world's largest interactive
films with the participation of Beata Tyszkiewicz, Ewa Szykulska, Jacek Federowicz and other legends of Polish cinema.
Kasia and Dawid are the finalists of SXSW in Austin and The Webby Award winners (Best Use of Interactive Video category) for the interactive project "The Trip”.
Their works have been presented and awarded at over 50 international festivals and schools related to film and new media, including onedotzero, SXSW, MeConvention,
NYU The Tisch School of The Arts, Reykjavik IFF, Vancouver IFF or YouTube Day Singapore.
Their retrospective "Cinematic Labyrinths” was presented at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London.
They are currently working on their debut feature film and narrative video game, where they pay tribute to the classic cinema of the 1970s.