George Kuchar: Underground Film Icon

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Underground filmmaker George Kuchar is interviewed by RE/Search founder V. Vale in San Francisco, about the history of his low-budget filmmaking.

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He generously gives advice, do's and don'ts, recommendations, and sparkling anecdotes which illuminate practically the entire process of making a film with virtually no budget.

"What's DEADENING is: if you go on a tour to too many places, you run out of things — completely — to say. There you are, stuck with the biggest crowd you ever had . . . And you gotta crack through it, break the ice–sort of like shock therapy? And you say the most horrible, preposterous thing, and then suddenly it's broken!" — George Kuchar, from the book

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Author George Kuchar / V. Vale
Publisher Re/Search Publications
Page Count 96pp
Publication Size 4 x 6
Publication Notes softcover
Publication Date June 25, 2013
ISBN 978-1889307367

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