Kim Maxime Baglieri (she/they) is a painter and video and filmmaker based in Brooklyn/ Lenapehoking. Baglieri frequently draws from her queer experience and her Waray (Filipinx) and Armenian ancestries to investigate the body, ancestral technologies, queer and feminist oral histories and animistic beliefs. Her film and video work is documentary-adjacent, combining oral history with imagination to reveal mystical perspectives. In her paintings and works on paper she uses repetition of familiar animal shapes to speak to the struggles and joys of experience, animistic relationship with diverse species and queer bodies while connecting to cosmic realms. Kim has a BA from Bard College and an MFA from Hunter College Integrated Media Arts. Kim is also a Reiki 2 practitioner and an arts educator who works with NYC public elementary school children through Studio in a School Association.



Born Staten Island, NY. 


2021 Hunter College Integrated Media Arts, New York, NY

2015 Teaching Artist Training Program, Community Word Project, New York, NY

2002 Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY


2021 QTPOC Visions, Center for Fiction, Brooklyn, NY


2022 Tripvill International Film Festival, The International Society for Performing and Visual Arts, Brooklyn, NY, Official Selection.

2022 FlickFair On-Demand Film Festival, Official Selection.

2022 Social Impact Film Festival, Los Angeles, CA, Official Selection.

2021 Doc NYC, New York, NY, Official Selection.

2021 Hunter MFA Thesis Show, New York, NY

2019 QTPOC Visions, Cinema Cobra, Soft Surplus, Brooklyn, NY


2021 Titze, Anne-Katrin, Eye for Film, “Resilience, Hope and Magic” Film, November


2022 Best Documentary Short, 2022 Tripvill International Film Festival, Brooklyn, NY

with rescued son, Kushie, #adoptdontshop