George Edward Fernandez is a writer first and foremost. He has written plays, screenplays, novels and blogs. He is presently teaching film making at New York Film Academy - South Beach. Before that he taught at the Florida State University School of Motion Pictures.
George loves teaching but he also has a passion for films. Writing, Directing, Editing short films with his students as well as creating feature films. It is this Passion that drives George in his teaching. Working with the young minds and future film makers. He inspires them and they inspire him.
George is a great supporter of Independent Films. His grasp of the new technology helps him in developing concepts and business plans for his students.
Presently he is working on a documentary, HERMANOS DE GUERRA: Hispanics in America's Wars. He is also writing new screenplays for a new independent film to shoot later this year.
Unique traits: Passionate about his work. Dedicated to his writing.
CROSSED SWORDS Budget: $1M - $5M | Historical A Black Civil War Veteran makes his way to Ft Leavenworth, hoping to join one of the Black regiments being formed for the coming Indian Wars and the White Man’s Manifest Destiny.
My Father, Mi Padre
Film by Thomas Rodriguez (Drama, Family and Romance) Actor Upon the sudden death of his mother, a struggling young writer reluctantly returns home to care for his estranged, Alzheimer's-stricken father, an experience that transforms his life.
The Cinema: A Brief History of World Cinema
Film by Wins Dieus (Documentary, Biography, History and Music) Producer 'THE CINEMA - A Brief History -1826-2012' is a Documentary Feature Film directed by Mr. Wins Dieus (wins.ds.BFA) and produced by .mr.moonthingal.cyril wilson, under the production banner of Willwin production and win angel productions. This documentary outlines the history of film making process from the invention of motion picture camera to the state of the art 3D Technology. Cinema is the heart, the eyes, the soul of our thoughts and the breathe of our lives. it is the human experience captured at length. it is our story. Throughout our culture, we as human beings have an ambitious desire to create and an even stroger desire to capture the essence of our lives for all to see. Life moves on without us. Life stands still only when we capture it. Written by Anonymous
TV Movie by Kevin Bray (Drama) Actor A Colombian woman moves to Miami to marry an ambitious politician, in an attempt to leave her troubled past behind.
Film by Nick Schwartz (Drama and Short) Actor Coded Language is the story of a college student looking for answers. He has his theories and his beliefs, but he doesn't know how all of that should tie into the way he lives his life. When he is confronted by an embittered Professor, he begins to doubt his own sincerity. The question then becomes, 'Can you back up what say?' Or are words just a blanket with which we cover ourselves? Written by Anonymous
Point of Impact
Film by Bob Misiorowski (Action, Crime, Drama and Thriller) Writer Jack David (Pare) is a tough, outspoken cop who finds himself wrongly accused for the death of a fellow agent by the depraved and power hungry chief of Miami Customs, Martin Cullen (Ian Yule). Disgraced and dismissed, Jack swears revenge and goes to work for Roberto Largo (Ironside), a rich, evil Cuban crime boss, as bodyguard for his smoldering wife, Eva (Barbara Carrera). Jack knows Largo is connected to his old boss Cullen and is determined to learn the secret that will bring him down. Trapped in a deadly game of cat and mouse, held captive by his passionate affair with Eva, Jack must figure out the significance of the mysterious Spanish Rose to survive. Written by Bren M.
Film by Richard Styles (Drama and Horror) Writer Passing through a small Georgia town on their way to Florida, four young college girls witness the local sheriff murder a woman. They try to escape before he murders them, too.
Film by David Nutter (Drama) Writer Tim Murphy is a Vietnam Vet. When he loses his job he starts to relive all the pain and horror of his time in Vietnam. The stresses and strains nearly destroy his marriage and his family. Only after joining a veterans' therapy group does Tim find relief from his nightmares. With the support of his fellow vets and the love of his wife, Tim recovers. Written by Pfyre Caidmon <OShaun@ix.netcom.com>
The Good the Bad and the Beauty
Houston Film Festival "Best Pilot" CHRISTIANSON
Houston Film Festival "Best Drama" SHALLOW GRAVE
Houston Film Festival "Best Drama" CEASE FIRE
Key of the City of Miami