Georg Koszulinski

Georg Koszulinski is an Assistant Professor of Film Studies at Seattle University and an award-winning filmmaker. With over forty films to his credits, Koszulinski has presented his films at hundreds of colleges, universities, and film festivals around the world. Notable screening spaces include the Ann Arbor Film Festival, Atlanta Film Festival, Dallas Videofest, the Harvard Film Archive, the UK's National Media Museum, and the Images Festival in Toronto, among many others. HisFlorida Trilogy (2007-14) was widely programmed, earning numerous film festival awards and a Notable Video of the Year nomination from the American Library Association in 2008 (Cracker Crazy: Invisible Histories of the Sunshine State).

[bio courtesy of the filmmaker]  


Recent Reviews

A Map of the New World

When you make a film, or really, create anything at all, you spend much more time making it than people will spend watching it. Every moment is something you have...

Tree Begins Life, Indians Still Live Here

Beautiful scenery can't hide a dense, frightening theme, without the distraction of materialism. The wapiti seems to be saying, "What have you done?" No turning back.

Last Stop, Flamingo

Not terrible, but a bit self-indulgent. Not a mature film.

Antipodes Rising

I liked it. Hypnoptic

Last Stop, Flamingo

Nice cinematography, animation. Good story GOP Capitalist greed and profit vs ecology.