Film Studies


Georg Koszulinski, associate professor
King Hall 102D | 910.962.2455 |

Curriculum Vitae


  • MFA, Film and Video Production, University of Iowa
  • MA, English/Film and Media Studies, University of Florida
  • BA, English/Film and Media Studies, University of Florida

Georg has been making films and videos since 1999. His recent work engages issues of the Anthropocene and merges his interests in science, poetry, and radical forms of non-fiction filmmaking. His award-winning works have been presented at hundreds of film festivals around the world. His feature documentaries, White Ravens: A Legacy of Resistance, and America is Waiting are available through Docurama. Fandor distributes his Florida Trilogy (2007-14) and his experimental film essay series, Frontier Journals #1-8 (2013-15). His work has also appeared on the Documentary Channel, Docurama, GuideDoc, Streampix/Xfinity, and the Journal of Short Film.

Currently, Georg is bringing his Anthropocene Trilogy to completion. The first film in that series, Continents Quiver as Memories Erupt into Earthflames, is a personal essay film that draws connections between the ongoing Holocene extinction, poetry, parenthood, and the history of Alan Moore's 1980's run on the Swamp Thing comic book, all as a means of better understanding the profound implications of the Anthropocene. The film has recently been accepted to the Camden International Film Festival, Sweden’s At the Fringe International Film Festival, Vienna’s Suburbinale, the Florida Experimental Film Festival and Cosmic Rays in Chapel Hill. The 2nd film in the trilogy, New Mexico Deathwish Diatribe is slated for completion in early 2020, and the final film recently completed production, shot in Iceland over the summer of 2019. More info about these and other films can be found here: