George Kuchar (Director) – Bio, Birthday, Family, Age & Born
George Kuchar

George Kuchar was an American underground film director and video artist, known for his “low-fi” aesthetic.

Born: August 31, 1942, New York, New York
Died: September 06, 2011, San Francisco, California
Occupation: Director, Artist, Teacher
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About George Kuchar

American director of such underground films as Anita Needs Me, The X-People, and Portrait of Ramona. He was also a prolific video diarist.

Before Fame

He was trained as a commercial artist, and he drew weather maps for local news stations.


He taught in the film department of the San Francisco Art Institute from 1971 to 2011.

Family Life

His twin brother Mike Kuchar helped him direct over fifteen films.


He directed movies in the 1960s that became popular in the underground film scene and were showcased alongside art films directed by Andy Warhol .

Information related to George Kuchar

  • San Francisco Art Institute faculty
  • High School of Art and Design alumni
  • American experimental filmmakers
  • Artists from the San Francisco Bay Area

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Latest information about George Kuchar updated on September 05, 2020.

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