2014 Strange Beauty Film Festival: Official Lineup
The 5th annual Strange Beauty Film Festival will feature three nights of wonderful short films by Aaron Zeghers, Lori Felker, Georg Koszulinski and lots more.
2014 Haverhill Experimental Film Festival: Official Lineup
The 2nd annual Haverhill Experimental Film Festival runs May 29 to June 1 and features films by Jodie Mack, Kent Lambert, Mike Olenick, Georg Koszulinski and Soda_Jerk.
2013 Images Festival: Official Screenings Lineup
The 26th annual Images Festival will be taking over Toronto on April 11-20 with an epic series of experimental film screenings, media installations, expanded cinema performances, workshops, artist talks and tons more.
Short Experimental Film: America In Pictures
Take a trip across a fractured and chaotic American landscape in Georg Koszulinski’s America in Pictures, which corrupts the American vision through celluloid degradation techniques.
2012 Onion City Experimental Film And Video Festival: Official Lineup
The 24th annual Onion City Experimental Film and Video Festival is screening Lewis Klahr’s The Pettifogger, plus films by Jesse McLean, Clint Enns, Ken Jacobs and more.
2012 Milwaukee Underground Film Festival: Official Lineup
This year’s Milwaukee Underground Film Festival will screen short experimental films by Georg Koszulinski, Clint Enns, Jodie Mack, Aaron Zeghers, Kerry Laitala and more.
2012 Indie Grits Festival: Official Lineup
The 6th annual Indie Grits Festival is a feast of films, music, art, crafts and more. Films being screened are by Georg Koszulinski, Jim Haverkamp, Kenneth Price, Robert Persons, Blake Myers and more.
2011 FLEX Fest: Award Winners
Winners of the 7th annual Florida Experimental Film/Video Festival include Penny Lane, Georg Koszulinski, Martha Colburn and more.
2011 FLEX Fest: Official Lineup
The 7th Florida Experimental Film/Video Festival is showing great films by Vanessa Renwick, Georg Koszulinski, Martha Colburn and more.
A Highway Called 301
A Highway Called 301, a documentary by Georg Koszulinski, is a dreamy, poetic ode to a simpler way of life that has all but died in the U.S.