George grew up in Atlanta, GA in a family of six. He studied in Paris and then attended NYU's undergraduate film program where he acted in almost a hundred short films and directed many classics still beloved to this day. While still in New York he formed the legendary sketch comedy group "Fat Camp". Then he moved to LA and made the acclaimed short film "Out," which played in numerous festivals all over the country including the LA Shorts Fest, the Atlanta Film Festival, and the Beverly Hills Film Festival. He went on to write and direct the now famous short film, "The List," which also screened at film festivals all over the world.
George was a freelance writer for Cinefex magazine and has worked with Christiean Audiger, Red Bull, Disney, and directed videos for Ebay. Counter-Clockwise marks his feature directorial debut.
Name: George Moïse
Lives in: Los Angeles, California
Occupation: Director and Screenwriter