Jennifer M. Kroot is a San Francisco-based underground filmmaker. She studied filmmaking at the San Francisco Art Institute under the tutelage of George Kuchar and has gone on to make fictional narrative films, as well as a documentary about her former mentor.
Jennifer M. Kroot
Watch Streaming Films By Jennifer M. Kroot:
It Came From Kuchar (2009)
Sirens of the 23rd Century (2003)
Underground filmmaking legends George and Mike Kuchar are two of the most eccentric and prolific directors of all time, making classics such as Sins of the Fleshapoids and Hold Me While I’m Naked.
Jennifer M. Kroot profiles underground filmmaking, twin brother legends George and Mike Kuchar, who are still going strong after 50 years.
The 5th annual WNDX Festival will have a retrospective of George Kuchar, plus films by Canadian filmmakers like Clint Enns, Mike Rollo and more.
The 13th annual Revelation Perth International Film Festival will screen I Came From Kuchar, music documentaries, great cult films and more.
Jennifer M. Kroot’s documentary It Came From Kuchar is a total celebration of twin underground filmmaking brothers George and Mike Kuchar.
The 12th annual Boston Underground Film Festival has released their list of 6 award winners, including their Most Effectively Offensive winner.
The 12th annual Boston Underground Film Festival will screen great films by Brian Lonano, Alex Ross Perry, Lisa Barcy, Kerry Laitala and more.
The 12th annual Boston Underground Film Festival has announced some early picks that will screen this year, including Playing Columbine and Stuck!
Nov. 14: A special screening of Jennifer M. Kroot’s documentary It Came From Kuchar where subjects George and Mike Kuchar will be in attendance.
The 3rd annual Sydney Underground Film Festival will roll on Sept. 10-13 and feature films by John Waters, Clint Enns, Leah Meyerhoff and more.