Georg is a multimodal filmmaker who has been creating films and videos since 1999. His work spans a wide range of forms and styles, from feature-length fiction films and social justice documentaries to short form experimental works. Georg’s recent work engages issues of the Anthropocene and explores his hybrid approach to fiction & non-fiction storytelling. His Anthropocene Cycle of films engage the climate crisis in its deep time/historical contexts while also imagining future worlds based on present trajectories. His award-winning works have been presented at hundreds of film festivals, museums, and microcinemas around the world, and his films are available through a variety of distributors and streaming platforms, including Tubi, ProQuest, Docurama, Gravitas Ventures, Fandor, and Amazon Prime.
Most recently, Georg completed his feature-length sci-fi/drama, Red Earth. The film premiered at the 47th Atlanta Film Festival where it received a special jury award for cinematography. As an artisanal filmmaker, Koszulinski served as writer, director, producer, cinematographer, editor, and composer on the film.

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