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An open, collaborative place to explore and create


Cashmere Jasmine

Writer / Director

As a writer-director, Cashmere has earned two NAACP award nominations for her film in Disney’s Launchpad’s emerging directors program entitled Project CC. The film is currently streaming on Disney+. As an Afro-Caribbean 1st generation American, Cashmere’s vision is to craft genre-bending media that revolves around deconstructing perceptions through lenses of class, race, and disability. Cashmere is currently directing and producing an episode for PBS American Masters: Renegades. Previously, Cashmere worked in music video, independent film, and short-form digital commercials.

In 2021, Cashmere was in the inaugural class of Amy Aniobi’s TRIBE, a mentorship program for TV writers, the Black Magic Collective’s All Access Fellowship, and RespectAbility’s Entertainment Lab fellow. She also received the Sundance Uprise grant for her short film, Oreo which became a 2022 Slamdance Unstoppable festival selection. Her feature ‘Down the Rabbit Hole’, about an irresponsible dialysis patient, earned her a spot in the Sundance Accessible Futures Intensive to workshop.