LIVING LEGENDS OF FILM: mike kuchar interview + q&a

Please join us on Monday, June 3rd at 7:00pm for a special presentation by RE/SEARCH of the films “DISORDERED” by Mike Kuchar and “KISS NAPOLEON GOODBYE,” directed by Babeth Van Loo with cinematography by Mike Kuchar. Here are some notes from RE/SEARCH:

Mike KucharIn “Napoleon,” Mike Kuchar’s gorgeous cinematography captures Lydia Lunch, Henry Rollins, Don Bajema, Z’ev & others as never before seen. Filmed on a Belgium chateau once inhabited by Napoleon, the film features authentic period costumes, livery, interiors, and lush floral environments that will surprise (and enchant) viewers who only view Lunch and Rollins as “Punk Icons.”

“Disordered” is a recent magical realism masterpiece made by Mike Kuchar with his San Francisco Art Institute master film class members. This event will be viewed as legendary years from now.

Please note: there are only 40 tickets available for this event. You can get advance tickets (for $11) through Paypal using, or you can send an email there for alternate payment instructions.

Monday June 3rd 2013, 6:30 pm doors, event at 7 pm.
The Emerald Tablet, 80 Fresno St, San Francisco, CA 94133 (map)
$11 tickets. Advanced tickets or at the door.
Drinks and refreshments available.

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