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George Kuchar

On the occasion of George Kuchar: Always & Forever, a 2010 exhibition of film, video, stills, drawings, paintings, and comics from the 60s to today at Mulherin Pollard Gallery in New York, Will Corwin dialed up the artist and had a freewheeling phonecall covering facts and stories from his career. George Kuchar and his twin brother Mike began making films in the Bronx and established themselves as working-class eccentrics with untrained actors and high-camp, gory, sexy, low budget brilliance. Filmmakers such as John Waters, Todd Solondz, and Martin Scorscese consider Kuchar a major influence on their work. As always, Will asks nit-picking questions about how the movies got made, with a few philosophical ones thrown in. Kuchar is a fabulous storyteller; his responses are off-beat and bizarrely literal at times.(29 minutes)


The Interview Show


Artist Will Corwin conjures, compels, and consoles in an effort to profile people, places, movements, materials, trends, techniques, and make broadcast history.