Producer and Screenwriter
George Edelman in an LA native who started his career working as a production assistant on indie features. He moved into the grip and lighting department, had a pit stop in art department, and eventually worked as a first AD, production manager, production coordinator, line producer, then creative producer and screenwriter.
He produced on projects for HBO and Comedy Central.
He served as a creative consultant on branded content for brands at major agencies, produced the content, and was repped at Paradigm Agency and Black Box Management.
He wrote and developed multiple feature films as well as episodic content with high profile production companies including Bad Robot.
In 2015 his indie feature Amigo Undead was the winner of numerous audience awards in the festival circuit and was bought for distribution and released by Gravitas Ventures. It continues to play on many major streaming platforms and cable channels.
George has had the good fortune of working with and learning from many great talents including Bob Odenkirk, Justin Roiland (Rick and Morty), Dan Harmon (Community), Derek Waters and Jeremy Konner (Drunk History). As well as many editors, staff writers, directors, and showrunners working in the industry today.
It is the 29th. It was my mistake. Please accept our apology!
It's the 29th! My sincerest apologies for the confusion.
Thank you for your comment, and your kind words about the podcast both in general and specifically about Michelle who we also think quite highly of. This is a really good point, and I take it to heart and we will discuss it on the next podcast. 'Youngsters' have an influence on all of us as well and in this case a very good one. Thanks for speaking up, and helping us all see more ways to grow and change.
I actually agree Jackie and I think the article agrees as well. The problem is when companies in the industry claim otherwise. You see I didn’t tell Lionsgate they should care about BLM or anything else. They told US they cared about it. I’m pointing out the hypocrisy. Let’s just hold everyone accountable.
It is due on the 29th. Please take your time and we're excited to see what you've done. I apologize for the confusion.