Kinga is a graduate of directing at FAMU in Prague (2007), Camerimage Film School in Toruń (2001) and cultural studies (japanese studies) at the Faculty of Oriental Studies of the University of Warsaw (1996).
She has made several documentaries, including awarded with the "Eagle", feature documentary film "Actress" (2015) about Elżbieta Czyżewska. For her feature debut "Hel" (2010) she was awarded with the Best Screenplay Award at the Youth and Film Festival in Koszalin.
So far, her greatest success - both artistic and commercial - has brought her the film "These Daughters Of Mine" (2015). Dębska received the Audience Award, the Journalists' Award and the Award of the Studio and Local Cinema Networks at the Gdynia Film Festival. The title was also awarded with two Eagles: for the best script and an audience award. "These Daughters Of Mine" have also been noticed and appreciated, among others festivals in Chicago (Polish Film Festival in America, "Golden Teeth" award, 2015), Moscow (FFP Main Award "Wisła", 2016) and at the China Golden Rooster & Hundred Flowers Film Festival (Audience Award, 2017).
Her last film "Zabawa Zabawa" was a box-office success and was appreciated in Września (National Film Festival "Prowincjonalia", Main Award "Jancio Wodnik" for the best feature film) and during Mastercard Offcamera in Cracow (Audience Award).
In addition to feature films and documentaries, she has made over 100 episodes of the most popular TVP tv series ("Na Dobre i Na Złe", "M jak Miłość", "Bawry Szczęścia"). Her last project is a six-episode series for TVN entitled "Szóstka". In 2019 she made her debut as a director in television theater - the play "Oscar for Emily".
Kinga Dębska is also the author of the books, "Moje Córki Krowy" and "Porozmawiaj ze mną".