George Koszulinski

George Koszulinski



George Koszulinski has been a director, cinematographer and editor for over 30 years. He has worked on numerous projects for television, film, corporate and commercial clients.

Koszulinski was born in Chicago, Illinois, in 1970 and grew up in the suburbs of the city. He was always drawn to the arts, and as a teenager, he was already involved in theater and film. He attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and received his BFA in film and video production.

He soon began working in television, primarily shooting music videos and commercials. He also developed a passion for editing and soon began working as an editor for various projects.

In 1997, Koszulinski began directing music videos, commercials, and corporate videos for a wide range of clients. His work has been seen in countries all over the world. He has also created content for popular companies such as Nike, Samsung, and Microsoft.

In 2004, Koszulinski released his first feature film, “The Shadow of the Wolf”, which was released in theaters across the United States. The film was critically acclaimed and earned Koszulinski many awards.

Koszulinski has continued to direct feature films, including “The Remaining”, “The Possibility of Fireflies”, and “The Undocumented”. His films have been featured in festivals all over the world and have won various awards.

Koszulinski also works as a cinematographer and editor on various projects. He has worked on documentaries, television shows, and feature films. He has won multiple awards for his cinematography and editing work.

Koszulinski is an experienced and creative director, cinematographer, and editor. He has worked on projects all over the world and has been nominated for, and won, many awards for his work. He continues to work on projects and strives to tell stories that move and inspire audiences.

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