Aug. 31, 1942 (New York City, New York)
Ascension of the Demonoids (1985)
The Nocturnal Immaculation (1980)
I, an Actress (1977)
A Reason to Live (1976)
The Devil’s Cleavage (1973)
Unstrap Me (1968)
Hold Me While I’m Naked (1966)
Corruption Of The Damned (1965)
The Lovers of Eternity (1964)
Anita Needs Me (1963)
Lust for Ecstasy (1963)
A Woman Distressed (1962)
A Town Called Tempest (1961)
With Mike Kuchar:
Pussy on a Hot Tin Roof (1961)
A Tub Named Desire (1960)
The Thief and the Stripper (1959)
The Slasher (1958)
I Was a Teen Age Rumpot (1958)
The Naked and the Nude (1957)
The Wet Destruction of the Atlantic Empire (1954)
Originally co-directed several films with his twin brother, Mike Kuchar, before they started making their separate projects.
Longtime professor at the San Francisco Art Institute where he influenced numerous underground filmmakers, including Sarah Jacobson.
Co-wrote Reflections From a Cinematic Cesspool with his brother Mike.
George and his brother Mike are the subject of the documentary It Came from Kuchar directed by Jennifer Kroot, a former student of George’s.
1992: Recipient of AFI’s Maya Deren Independent Film and Video Artists Award.
Film Books About George Kuchar:
Desperate Visions: Camp America by Jack Stevenson (Creation Books; 1996)
An Introduction to the American Underground Film by Sheldon Renan (E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc., New York, 1967) (Published simultaneously in Canada by Clarke, Irwin and Company, Limited, Toronto and Vancouver) (pp. 157-161.)
Camera Tricks: This Is George Kuchar