made by George Kuchar. (aka "Celluloid Cavacade", 2008, 19 minutes)

be completed by the time you’re 70
use miniatures
fighting leading ladies
use mirrors

"Hi Mike, Here's a video that features lots of movie events that your lunch crowd might enjoy.
best, George Kuchar"

George Kuchar ranks among the most exciting and prolific independent videomakers working today. With his homemade Super-8 and 16mm potboilers and melodramas of the 1950s, '60s, and '70s, he became legendary as one of the most distinctive and outrageous American underground filmmakers. After his 1980s transition to the video medium, he remained a master of genre manipulation and subversion, creating dozens of brilliantly edited, hilarious, observant, often diaristic tapes with an 8mm camcorder, dime-store props, not-so-special effects, and using friends as actors and the "pageant that is life" as his studio. In 1992, Kuchar received the prestigious Maya Deren Award for Independent Film and Video Artists from the American Film Institute. He teaches at the San Francisco Art Institute, where he makes many of his tapes in collaboration with his students.

new doc on Kuchar: www.kucharfilm.com

Commissioned at Brandy Ho’s, San Francisco. Cinemad visa#027.