Cast in leading and supporting roles on stage and screen, Katarina plays the interesting and complex characters.
The head of a Creative Design team, the thoughtful but abandoned love interest, the heroine not likely to succeed
but does against all odds.
Winsome, intelligent, thoughtful, creative.
As a filmmaker Katarina has written and directed an award winning short, Making It,
a dark comedy about magical thinking.
Drawing and painting are her other passions, you can see her watercolors here.
Katarina is developing her next short film, Wild Violets, based on the fine line of disenchantment between
our natural and modern world in early childhood.
"Katarina graces the screen with classic beauty and poise reminiscent of the silver screen stars of yesteryear. Much to my delight as a movie-geek, she never ceased to deliver that Ingrid Bergman presence or Bette Davis style as the character called for a timeless appeal. Happy to be on set, she can lighten the load of everyone with her smile and turn on a dime into her character when the cameras are rolling. Her acting appears effortless while somehow maintaining an excellent attention to detail and integrity to the character she's playing. If you're fortunate enough to act opposite her you will be granted the greatest gift an actor can receive from their scene partner... an actress who can listen and react while raising the stakes of the performance quality for both of you. She knows when she needs another take and will continue to apply her time and energy, without complaint, to perfecting her own performance thus creating an easy environment for the director as an observer rather than a manipulator. Making movies is never glamorous and having an actress willing to get physically pushed to the limit every day with the hours and action required can be almost impossible. Katarina breaks that mold, without exception, for every fall, for every shot that takes many takes and for every lost night of sleep. She truly gave WHISKEYBLUE a level of production value unparalleled in independent filmmaking."
-Jeffrey Grellman, director of WHISKEY BLUE
Best Actors Film Festival/ 2011
Best Actor in a Dramatic Short for
IN THE QUIET HOUR, written and directed by Max Sokoloff
Harvard Westlake Film Festival / 2011
Lizzie Award for Acting, IN THE QUIET HOUR, written and directed by Max Sokoloff
Los Angeles Cinema of Hollywood Film Festival/ 2013
Honorable Mention for Experimental Short, MAKING IT, written and directed by Katarina Fabic