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Furla, George 1960(?)-

Furla, George 1960(?)-


Born c. 1960. Education: University of Southern California, business administration degree, 1982.


Office—Family Room Entertainment, Emmett/Furla Films, 8530 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 420, Beverly Hills, CA 90211.


Producer. Cantor Fitzgerald, equity services trader, c. 1982-84; Jones and Associates, equity services trader, c. 1984-88; ran own hedge fund, The Fural Company, 1988-95; began financing film productions, 1995; Emmett/Furla Films, Beverly Hills, CA, partner, 1988—; Family Room Entertainment, Beverly Hills, CA, principal and founder, 2000—.


Producers Guild of America


Film Executive Producer:

Future Shock, Hanover House, 1993.

Grizzly Mountain, Legacy Releasing Corp., 1997.

Narc (also known as Narco), Lions Gate Films, 2002.

The Badge, Lions Gate Films, 2002.

Wonderland, Lions Gate Films, 2003.

A Love Song for Bobby Long, Columbia TriStar Home Video, 2004.

Before It Had a Name, Nu Image Films, 2005.

16 Blocks, Warner Bros., 2006.

Lonely Hearts (also known as Lonely Hearts Killer), Millennium Films, 2006.

The Wicker Man, Warner Bros., 2006.

King of California, First Look International, 2007.

White Air, Wolfpack Pictures LLC, 2007.

Film Producer:

Speedway Junky, Regent Releasing, 1999.

Escape to Grizzly Mountain, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Home Entertainment, 2000.

After Sex, Cutting Edge Entertainment, 2000.

Held for Ransom, Cutting Edge Entertainment, 2000.

Ticker, Columbia TriStar, 2001.

Good Advice, Family Room Entertainment, 2001.

Gentleman of the Hunt, 2002.

Run for the Money (also known as Hard Cash), Artisan Entertainment, 2002.

Shottas, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2002.

Try Seventeen (also known as All I Want), Try Seventeen Productions, 2002.

Out for a Kill, TriStar, 2003.

Blind Horizon, Lions Gate Films, 2003.

Belly of the Beast, Millennium Films, 2003.

Control, Lions Gate Films, 2004.

Today You Die, Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment, 2005.

Edison (also known as Edison Force), Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2005.

Mercenary for Justice (also known as Mercenary), Twentieth Century-Fox Home Entertainment, 2006.

The Contract, First Look International, 2006.

Home of the Brave, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 2006.

King of California, First Look International, 2007.

Borderland, Lions Gate Films, 2007.

88 Minutes, TriStar, 2007.

Room Service (short), 2007.

Finding Rin Tin Tin, 2007.

Day of the Dead, Millennium Films, 2007.

Major Movie Star, 2008.

Film Co-Executive Producer:

Half Past Dead (also known as Halbtot—Half Past Dead), Artisan Entertainment, 2002.

The Devil and Daniel Webster (also known as Shortcut to Happiness), Yari Film Group Releasing, 2004.

Loverboy, THINKFilm, 2005.

The Amityville Horror, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 2005.

Film Associate Producer:

The Devil and Daniel Webster (also known as Shortcut to Happiness), Yari Film Group Releasing, 2004.

Film Coproducer:

Unstoppable (also known as 9 Lives), Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment, 2004.

Submerged, Nu Image Films, 2005.

Film Appearances:

Himself, Making "Mercenary for Justice" (short), 2006.

Television Work; Movies:

Executive producer, Andrew Dice Clay: I'm Over Here Now, 2000.

Co-executive producer, Cutaway, USA Network, 2000.

Television Work; Specials:

Producer, I'm Over Here Now, pay per view, 2000.



(Uncredited) Wonderland, Lions Gate Films, 2003.

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