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Celebrate 'the Pope of Trash' John Waters at Understudy (80 Cuba Street, Wellington) on Saturday June 22, where Warwick and The Wankers and Gold Medal Famous will entertain you - for free!
The Provincetown International Film Festival launches its 15th anniversary edition today in Cape Cod and Indiewire is pleased to premiere the trailer for the event that runs through June 23. In the creative and droll spot, the event's mascot, a wading bird, is dolled up in various getups to evoke the work of some of directors showcased over the years at the festival. These include Quentin ...
Jeremy Wonderling passed John Waters late in the 360 Late Model feature event, scoring his second win of the season in the Scott Dennison Memorial Saturday night at Woodhull Raceway.
Mark Johnson, the producer of Diner, tells a story about introducing Barry Levinson and John Waters to each other for the first time. They chatted for a few minutes about where they grew up: Levinson in overwhelmingly Jewish Northwest Baltimore, and Waters.
Fort Morgan's Unleashed plays the Live at thePark concert June 13 at Fort Morgan City Park.
“The Tennis Ball” wins top festival honor by Ben Boehl John Waters, Barry Levinson ... Austin Fleck? Could Patapsco High School and Center for the Arts student Austin Fleck be the next great film maker from the Baltimore area? He got off to a good start by winning first place at the Baltimore High School Film Festival for his animated short film “The Tennis Ball.” The four-minute ...
Film festivals do a heft amount of grandstanding about representing diverse perspectives and expanding the definition of cinema. But when it comes to LGBT characters and so-called queer cinema, the festival circuit has a mixed track record. Sure, the winning flick at this year's Cannes Film Festival -- the creme de la creme of the festival circuit -- was about a lesbian romance . But films ...
RTZvegas exhibit offers a John Waters-meets-Norman Rockwell glimpse of America.
A 'pleasantly plump' teen lands a spot on a local TV dance show and manages to teach 1960s Baltimore a thing or two about racial equality when Quincy Music Theatre presents the musical 'Hairspray,' based on the 1988 John Waters film.
It’s a celebration and a reunion as the Provincetown International Film Festival, running June 19-23, hits its 15-year mark with an eclectic line-up of films including the actress Amanda Seyfried playing a porn star in "Lovelace" and the East Coast premiere of Pedro Almodóvar’s new film, “I’m So Excited,”
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