Georgina Gonzalez


Public bio

Georgina attended CUEC-UNAM film school and continued to specialize her screenwriting and producing skills at the Peter Stark program in USC with HBO, Fulbright, FONCA and Conacyt scholarships (Mexican Arts and Sciences Institutes).  Her documentary “Invisible Borders” was nominated at the Mexican Academy Awards and several international Film Festivals such as Viña del Mar (Chile),  Albacete (Spain) and Cancún, winning at Contra el Silencio Festival. She has served in the jury at the San Sebastian and Guadalajara International Film Festivals.  Georgina has a special interest for Latin American film production and distribution, publishing an article in the CUEC-UNAM magazine and attending workshops in festivals such as FICUNAM and DocMontevideo. She has produced over a dozen short films and is currently producing her first feature documentary "The last Kiliwas" with funding from the Mexican Film and Anthropology Institutes, Kodak and DocsDF after participating in the Guadalajara Film Festival coproduction market and Morelia Film Lab. The documentary is produced through, Off-Hollywood Films, which is also coproducing "Mente Revolver" (winner of the CUEC-UNAM opera prima program) and "The Kings of Nowhere" (FullFrame Film Fest Grand Jury Prize, Best Documentary winner at Cinema Tropical, Guadalajara and Zurich International Film Fests, SXSW Audience Award Winner, screened at Doc Fortnight in MoMA and Cinema Eye Honors). In parallel, she continues to write and is working at Fox Digital Studio assisting the SVP and VP of production and doing early development work after having interned at Universal Pictures, MGM, Skydance, Lifeboat and Ambulante California.