Brothers George and Mike Kuchar have spent their lives on the lunatic fringe of filmmaking fashion, and that’s exactly where they like it, having helped shape the New York underground film scene along with iconoclasts Andy Warhol and Ken Jacobs, amongst others. Their films—more than 200 of them, including outrageous titles like I Was a Teenage Rumpot and The Devil’s Cleavage—succeeded wildly in transforming lo-fi camp into cinema-chic and have made a lasting impact on filmmakers as widely varied as John Waters, Buck Henry and Atom Egoyan.