George Duffield

George Duffield



George produced feature films such as Milk and Dot the I starring Gael Garcia Bernal, which premiered at Sundance and won the Deauville Audience Award.

He produced the feature documentary The End of The Line which has been called “An Inconvenient Truth for the Oceans” by The Economist and which won the Puma Creative Impact prize for the film which has had the most global social impact.

He is the Co-Founder of the BLUE Marine Foundation, which is dedicated to creating effective Marine Reserves around the world