Cassiopeia Pictures is a film production company based in New Forest/United Kingdom. It specialises in international co-productions and strives to produce high quality films that are fresh, original and entertaining.
The company was set up by Kasia Skibinska in 2009 to produce the short film STORAGE, which then premiered at the Venice Film Festival. Kasia has subsequently produced the UK/Polish/German documentary WOJTEK, THE BEAR THAT WENT TO WAR that enjoyed a world-wide audience of 5 million. Originally from Poland, Kasia spent 14 years in Berlin/Germany, where she earned her university degree in English and East European Studies and began working in film, first as events manager and film programmer, and later festival producer for britspotting, the British & Irish Film Festival. She also spent time in training at Wim Wenders' Road Movies. After moving to the UK in 2005 she worked with producer Nick O'Hagan, the film department of the the British Council, and Braidmade Films.