He made his debut film, Kroll in 1991, who was honored at the Polish Film Festival prize for his debut and the Special Jury Prize. The biggest commercial success, popularity and earned him two Dogs. Revolves mainly action films. Pasikowski is also the author of the science fiction novel I, Gelerth (Ja, Gelerth (Zebra)) which in 1993 was nominated for the Janusz A. Zajdel Award.
- Kroll - (1991)
- Psy - (1992)
- Psy II: Ostatnia krew - (1994)
- Słodko gorzki (1996)
- Demony wojny wg Goi - (1998)
- Operacja Samum - (1999)
- Reich - (2001)
- Glina - (2003–2004)
- Maszyna losująca - (2007)
- Aftermath - (2012)
- The story is loosely based on a pogrom which took place in Jedwabne in German-occupied north eastern Poland in July 1941. Two brothers attempt "to break the conspiracy of silence among the residents of the village where the massacre had taken place". Starring Maciej Stuhr as Jozek. Met with negative commentary alleging fabrications and anti-polonism, which in turn led to allegations of anti-semitism of its critics, and praise for the director and actor for approaching the topic in Poland when it opened.
- Jack Strong (2014)
- "Władysław Pasikowski". FILMPOLSKI.PL (in Polish). Państwowa Wyższa Szkoła Filmowa, Telewizyjna i Teatralna im. Leona Schillera w Łodzi. Retrieved 29 October 2010.
- Ja, Gelerth, Google Books. Retrieved 2012-12-22.
- "Nominated authors for Janusz A. Zajdel Award". Janusz A. Zajdel Award official website. Retrieved 9 March 2014.
- A.H., " A difficult film", The Economist, December 19 2012. Retrieved 2012-12-22.
- Wladyslaw Pasikowski at the Internet Movie Database
- Władysław Pasikowski at filmpolski.pl (in Polish).
- Sylwetka na stronie Studia Filmowego ZEBRA
- Władysław Pasikowski at Stopklatka (in Polish).
- z bazy filmweb
- Biography at culture.pl
- Władysław Pasikowski - Aftermath
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