Tomasz Wasilewski (born 1980) is a Polish director and scriptwriter. He graduated from the Academy of Film and Television and The National Film School in Łódź. He was first assistant director to Małgorzata Szumowska on her movie 33 Scenes from Life. His full–length feature debut In a Bedroom (W sypialni) had its world premiere at the Karlovy Vary IFF in 2012 and was one of the most frequently presented Polish films at international film festivals. His second feature film Floating Skyscrapers (Płynące Wieżowce) premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York in 2013. American film critics from IndieWire voted Floating Skyscrapers the best movie presented at Tribeca, and the film went on to win East of the West Competition of the Karlovy Vary IFF in 2013, the Best Directing Award at Transilvania IFF 2014, the Audience Award at the International Competition of the New Horizons FF in Wrocław and the Best New Directing Talent and the Grand Prix of Youth Jury at the Polish Film Festival in Gdynia. In 2016 Variety Magazine picked Tomasz Wasilewski as one of “10 Europeans to watch”. His third feature film United States of Love (Zjednoczone Stany Miłości) had its world premiere at the 66th Berlin IFF in 2016 (Competition) and won the Silver Bear for Best Script. Tomasz Wasilewski was also nominated for the Best European Scriptwriter award at the 29th European Film Awards. The film also received Best Director awards at Valleta FF and Gdynia FF. Wasilewski’s films are characterised by a minimalistic style focusing rather on the image than words, building psychological portraits created with precision and sensitiveness. He often shows lost people, who can’t communicate with the world. He is now working on his fourth feature film entitled Fools.