|Born||George Keith Kiersch
July 1951 (age 63)
|Occupation||Film director, screenwriter|
Fritz Kiersch, born George Keith Kiersch (born July 23, 1951 in Alpine, Texas) is an American filmmaker, writer and producer. He is perhaps best known for directing the horror film Children of the Corn and Tuff Turf. Currently, Kiersch is the head of Oklahoma City University's Moving Image Arts Program.
- 1984 Children of the Corn
- 1985 Tuff Turf
- 1987 Winners Take All
- 1987 Gor
- 1989 Under the Boardwalk
- 1990 Fatal Charm (video) (as Alan Smithee)
- 1990 Swamp Thing (TV series)
- 1990 Falco (1990)
- 1990 The Emerald Heart
- 1992 Into the Sun
- 1995 The Stranger
- 1997 Crayola Kids Adventures: Tales of Gulliver's Travels (video)
- 2006 Surveillance
- 2006 The Hunt
- Maslin, Janet (January 31, 1992). "Into the Sun (1992) Review/Film; Spoofing Movie Stars And a War". The New York Times.
- Collings, Michael R., The films of Stephen King, (Wildside Press, 2006), 170.
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