Aaron Cassara is a Brooklyn-based, Chicago-born filmmaker.
He’s worked in television, documentary, music video, and narrative, including the feature King Kelly, produced by SeeThink Films. His short film Barista, about how the costs of health care and education affect young people, is currently in festivals. He’s finishing a short called Out to Dry, about a feisty young woman who finds herself in hot water when she swipes a towel from her buildings laundry room to help out her boyfriend. He’s in development for another short about a couple on a make or break weekend in the Catskills.
He graduated from Columbia College with a degree in Film & Video.