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George Mendeluk

George Mendeluk

Known For: Directing · Birthday: 1948-03-20 · Gender: Male

27 Movies · 26 TV shows

Biography

George Mendeluk (Ukrainian: Джордж Менделюк) (born March 20, 1948 in Augsburg, Bavaria) is a German-born Canadian film director, television director and writer of Ukrainian descent. Throughout his career he has amassed a number of credits in film and television. His directorial television credits include Miami Vice, Night Heat, The New Alfred Hitchcock Presents, The Young Riders, Counterstrike, Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, Poltergeist: The Legacy, Highlander: The Series, Highlander: The Raven, Queen of Swords, First Wave, Relic Hunter, Romeo!, Odyssey 5 and among other series.Since 2006, Mendeluk has focused primarily on directing television films namely Deck the Halls (2005) starring Gabrielle Carteris and Judicial Indiscretion (2007) starring Anne Archer and Michael Shanks.Mendeluk directed the 2017 epic romantic-drama film Bitter Harvest, depicting Holodomor, the man-made genocide in 1930s Ukraine. The story and original script were written by Richard Bachynsky Hoover. Mendeluk collaborated on writing the final shooting draft with Bachynsky Hoover.

Movies & TV shows

2017.

2 Movies

2013.

1 Movie

2010.

2 Movies

2009.

1 Movie

2008.

4 Movies

2007.

4 Movies

2006.

4 Movies

2005.

2 Movies

2004.

1 TV show

2003.

1 TV show

2002.

1 TV show

2001.

1 TV show

2000.

3 TV shows

1999.

1 Movie · 3 TV shows

1998.

2 TV shows

1997.

3 TV shows

1996.

1 TV show

1995.

1 Movie · 1 TV show

1994.

1 TV show

1993.

1 TV show

1992.

1 TV show

1990.

1 TV show

1989.

1 TV show

1987.

2 TV shows

1986.

1 Movie

1985.

1 Movie · 1 TV show

1984.

1 TV show

1980.

1 Movie

1979.

1 Movie

1975.

1 Movie
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