Substream Films was founded in 2003 by Georg Kozulinski. For over a decade, Substream Films and its associates have produced numerous award-winning documentary films, engaging a broad range of social justice issues, from exploitative migrant farmlabor practices in the U.S.A., to rural Vodou in Haiti, and the culturual resurgence taking place among First Nations communities in Haida Gwaii (BC, Canada). Substream Films' documentaries have appeared on the Documentary Channel, Fandor, and The Journal of Short Film.
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Georg has been making films and videos since 1999. His award-winning works have been presented at hundreds of colleges, universities, and film festivals around the world. In 2016, he presented new work at the Atlanta Film Festival, San Francisco DocFest, Visible Evidence XXIII, DOCFeed, and Mexico's Oaxaca Film Festival. His film essay, Frontier Journals 08: Antipodes Rising, was recently selected to the Best of the 43rd Annual Northwest Filmmaker's Traveling Tour. Currently, he is overseeing the completion of White Ravens, set for release in the fall of 2017. Georg is an Assistant Professor of Film Studies at Seattle University where he teaches filmmaking.
Elizabeth has been producing award-winning social-justice documentaries for over a decade. She and Georg have collaborated on numerous feature documentaries, including Immokalee U.S.A. (2008), a film that documents the lives of Mexican and Guatemalan migrant workers in a Florida migrant farmworker community, Loa: Encounters with the sacred Spirits of Haiti (2016), and White Ravens (forthcoming).
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Josh is a media artist and educator based in the Carolinas who both co-produced and oversaw cinematography duties on White Ravens. His award-winning films have screened around the world, including LA's Filmforum, NYC's Anthology Film Archives, Barcelona Independent Film Festival, Slamdance, and most recently the New Orleans Film Festival where his film, This is Yates (2015), won Best Experimental Film. Josh is a lecturer at UNC-Charlotte where he teaches filmmaking.
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