George Krstic

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George Krstic
OccupationDirector, screenwriter, producer, story editor

George Krstic is an American director, screenwriter and producer known for his work in the science fiction, comic book and animation genres. Story editor on the Emmy-Nominated Downtown and Co-Creator of Megas XLR, Krstic recently served as a writer on George Lucas' television series Star Wars: The Clone Wars as well as the recently announced[when?] Gonzo production of Gonin - The Five Killers, along with Kingdom Come scribe Mark Waid and Afro Samurai producer Eric Calderon.


  • Grand Prize, Golden Eagle - CINE Film Festival
  • Eagle - CINE Film Festival
  • First Place - Moomba International Film Festival
  • Silver Seal - Manchester International Film Festival
  • Three Stars - Canadian International Annual Film & Video Festival
  • Finalist - Worldfest Charleston International Film Festival
  • Finalist - New York International Non-Broadcast Festival
  • Special Mention - Cork International Youth Film & Video Festival
  • Special Mention - BRNO-16 International Film Festival
  • Honorable Mention - American International Film & Video Festival
  • Honorable Mention - Ebensee International Film Festival
  • Honorable Mention - International Juvenale Festival








  • Axcess Magazine (Axcess Publishing, 1995–1997)
  • Jam Packed Action #1 (DC Comics, 2005)
  • Action Pack #1 (DC Comics, July 2006)
  • Action Pack #4 (DC Comics, October 2006)
  • Action Pack #5 (DC Comics, November 2006)
  • Action Pack #9 (DC Comics, March 2007)
  • Action Pack #11 (DC Comics, May 2007)
  • Cartoon Network Universe: FusionFall Worlds Collide (CN Comics, July 2007)


  • Axcess Magazine (Axcess Publishing, 1995–1997)


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