George Kuchar’s 1977 short film I, an Actress has been accepted as one of twenty-five films into the 2011 National Film Registry.
Mike Everleth, editor of the Underground Film Journal, has recently returned to the American Film Institute to do more research work for AFI’s Catalog of Feature Films.
At the 2010 WNDX Film Festival, George Kuchar and Guy Maddin sat down for an epic chat about making movies.
In 1964, George Kuchar wrote a manifesto that both revered his beloved 8 mm. film format, but also historically announced his abandoning of it for 16mm.
George Kuchar, the underground filmmaking legend, has passed away from cancer. He was 69 years old and his impact on the movie world is incalculable.
The 6th annual WNDX will host a Joyce Wieland retrospective, a Guy Maddin installation, films by Clint Enns, George Kuchar and more.
George Kuchar, the underground filmmaking legend, made this video intro for a retrospective of his work in 2008 in Los Angeles.
Bob Cowan, the underground film acting superstar of the ’60s, passed away on June 23, 2011. Most famous for Sins of the Fleshapoids.
While no real trailer for Mike Kuchar’s classic ’60s underground film Sins of the Fleshapoids actually exists, here is the trailer Other Cinema cut together for their DVD release.
The 24th annual Images Festival will consume the city of Toronto with a frenzy of experimental media by Paul Clipson and more.