Law Offices of George M. Rush
George M. Rush is a producer and attorney specializing in the entertainment industry with emphasis on the independent film community. Clients include producers, directors, screenwriters and investors in development, production and distribution phases.
George has been production counsel on hundreds of films. George repped Barry Jenkin's Medicine for Melancholy, David Robert Mitchell's Myth of the American Sleepover, and recently worked on such indie successful movies like Menashe, Lovesong, Always Shine, Krisha and The Last Black Man in San Francisco. George produced Michael Tully's Ping Pong Summer, and Rick Alverson's Entertainment. In 2018, George produced Michael Tully's film Don’t Leave Home, Boots Riley's Sorry To Bother You, and John Maringouin's Ghost Box Cowboy. In 2019, George has produced Kirill Mikhavnosky's Give Me Liberty. When not working, George is an avid college football fan and a collector of Soviet propaganda.
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SF lawyer George Rush having the time of his life as movie producer
“The films I want to see don’t exist. Generally, the things I really want to see I’ve tried to produce,” Rush says. “These are the films I want to see. When you see an audience of strangers respond, to see people laughing or crying or whatever, it’s a real adrenaline rush.”