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|
|IMDb:||George Kuchar’s IMDb|
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.
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.
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He directed movies in the 1960s that became popular in the underground film scene and were showcased alongside art films directed by Andy Warhol .
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- 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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