George Csicsery Productions
GEORGE PAUL CSICSERY, a writer and independent filmmaker, has directed 20 films. His documentaries include TROOP 214 (1997) about Communist Pioneers in Hungary and exiled Hungarian Scouts in the United States; the widely distributed WHERE THE HEART ROAMS (1987), about romance writers and their fans; and N IS A NUMBER: A PORTRAIT OF PAUL ERDÖS (1993), the story of an eccentric wandering mathematician. The feature length HUNGRY FOR MONSTERS (2003) is a case study of false accusation of incest and recovered memory therapy in Pennsylvania. Projects in mid-production Include: • THE THURSDAY CLUB, a group portrait of retired Oakland policemen who were involved in the antiwar and Black Panther violence of the 1960s. • "Alderman's Story" is a feature dramatic project based on King Philip's War (1675-76), currently supported by the Rhode Island Committee for the Humanities. • "Julia Robinson and Hilbert's Tenth Problem" is biographical doc about a pioneer woman in American mathematics.