John Waters Talks Gays, Films, and More
John Waters has long been one of the most famous and popular gay filmmakers, and he held that distinction long before it was popular to make queer films. From Female Trouble and Pink Flamingos to the (somewhat surprisingly) family-friendly Hairspray, Waters has never stopped creating worlds that are seen through a wonderfully warped lens.
When not making movies Waters is also one of the founders of the Provincetown International Film Festival, and every year he conducts an event highlighting his movie pick of the year. To mark this year's festival, Emmy Winner Charlotte Robinson, host of OUTTAKE VOICES™, talks with him about this year's selection, as well as LGBT civil rights, gay marriage and LGBTQ teen bullying.
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