George Langworthy has produced, directed and filmed documentaries about the teenage environmental group Generation Earth, Holistic Therapies for AIDS, 16th Century Philosopher Giordano Bruno, Modern Dance Theatre and live performances of bands like the White Stripes, Train and Devo. His award-winning short film BREEZEWAY premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and was broadcast on HBO, PBS, and Canal.
As a cinematographer, his work has been seen on ABC’s 20/20 and the Warner Brother’s Short Circuit DVD piece on Rufus Wainwright. His work behind the camera includes feature length documentaries on the Austin music scene, a short documentary featuring Nobel Prize winning scientists, award winning stop motion animation and a lot of bees. George has edited several narrative feature length films, documentaries and music videos. He worked as a staff writer for the Channel 4’s Armstrong and Miller sketch comedy show and wrote the screenplay for the feature film Cake, which garnered the audience award for best feature from The Other Venice Film Festival. He brings passion, curiosity and creativity to his work as a filmmaker and strives to engage the minds of his audience as well as touch their hearts.
Guest host Rob Simone (email) welcomed experts in the Roswell UFO crash, Tom Carey and Don Schmitt, who discussed why the recent explanations of the Roswell crash ignore decades of evidence, played clips from key witnesses to the infamous event, and provided an update on their excavations of the crash site. In the first hour, filmmaker George Langworthy talked about his new documentary, Vanishing of the Bees. ... More »Host: Rob Simone