Malgorzata (Margaret,Gosha) Pospiech is a writer, filmmaker and photographer born in Poland, based in New York. She obtained her Ph.D. from Wroclaw University where she studied literature, film and art. She gained national recognition for her work as director and writer of a feature documentary about Arthur Penn, has made several documentaries for Polish TV and has compiled over 70 interviews on camera with survivors of WWII linked to the official website of the new Peter Weir movie "The Way Back".
As a writer she has been contributing to the top Polish literary magazines and has published hundreds articles, essays, interviews, and reviews for both popular and academic publications.
In her photography she gravitates towards landscapes of New York, and portraits.
In her experimental films ("Heat",2005) and video installations ("Wasteland",2006-09) she creates internal landscapes. Books published: Arthur Penn; novels A Small Town and Ariadne's Labyrinth both nominated for Central Europe Literary Award; a novel The Seventh Ring: A Notebook ( poems) .