Georg Koszulinski is a Polish-born film director, producer, screenwriter, and editor. He was born in 1981 in Krakow, Poland.
Koszulinski began his career in film in 2003 when he wrote and directed his first film, "The Inside Job," which received attention at the Krakow Film Festival. He followed this up with a series of short films, as well as feature and documentary films. His most successful feature film, "One Week," was released in 2008 and received international acclaim.
In 2010, Koszulinski wrote and produced the documentary "Poland in Transition," which was shortlisted for an Academy Award. He also directed the Polish drama "The Bride," which was nominated for the Polish Film Academy's Best Film Award.
Koszulinski has received numerous awards for his work, including the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival for his documentary "The Return," and the Best Documentary Award at the Royal Film Festival for "Poland in Transition." He also won the Best Feature Film Award at the Tribeca Film Festival for "One Week."
In addition to his work as a director, Koszulinski is also an accomplished editor. He has edited several films, including "The Inside Job," "The Bride," and "One Week."
Koszulinski is currently working on several projects, including a feature film about a struggling family in Krakow. His films have been praised for their honest and realistic portrayal of life in Poland.
Koszulinski is a highly respected filmmaker and is considered one of the leading directors in Polish cinema. His films are acclaimed for their unique visual style and thought-provoking storylines. He is an inspiration for aspiring filmmakers and continues to push the boundaries of what is possible in cinema.