Video Data Bank is proud to represent the extensive video catalogs of renowned moving image makers George and Mike Kuchar.

George Kuchar

Vista Visions

2007 | 00:14:00

A tribute to people everywhere who spread their glorious visions on canvases both large and small, beaded or lenticular, glossy or matt finished.

George Kuchar


2009 | 00:03:30

Solstice is a music video illustrating the feelings inspired by this holiday song written by a young man I met in Atlanta, Georgia, Andy Ditzler.

George Kuchar

The Gift of Gab

1989 | 00:17:31

The Gift of Gab presents the sobering tale of life and death, love and loss, all told through a series of simple everyday exchanges.

George Kuchar


2000 | 00:10:19

A reflection on the deep and the creatures that attempt to fathom its resources (such as baked salmon and rubbery crocodile meat).

George Kuchar

Dream Boat

2004 | 00:14:00

This is sort of an Easter holiday affair as it has bunny images in it, plus the finale was shot on an Easter Sunday visit to a friend’s gallery.

Making art and movies becomes the overall thrust of this foray into hives of humming wanna-bees being all that they can be thanks to the magic of chalk and cinema.

In this wide-screen travelogue the viewer shares in the excitement of a Texas film festival, the cuisine of the not so rich and famous, and the thrill of attending exclusive enclaves of energized art.

George Kuchar

Rotten Apples

1989 | 00:12:57

In Rotten Apples, George Kuchar explores the themes of life, lust, decay and death, all through the act of grinding apples for cider.

This science fiction adventure centers on the interaction between a crew of Earthmen and their seduction by the love-hungry Amazons of the red planet, Mars.

George Kuchar


2003 | 00:19:47

A metropolis awash in electrical overdrive crashes in the heat of summer and sends a Bronxite into the clutches of a waterworld further north.

A poem is read and emotions are unleashed. A book is signed and pets pampered as this tour of talented talkers weaves its way through Provincetown and New Jersey (with a turbulent exit in Manhattan).

This is the final part of a trilogy about the tribulations of Sherri Frankenstein (at least I think it's the last of these atrocities).