Special Guest: John Waters

Interview

Saturday, January 31, 2004

John Waters' films have been shocking — and amusing — audiences for 40 years. His 1972 Pink Flamingos earned him notoriety for its pure filth. But by the late 80s and 90s the mainstream was flowing more in his direction, and he was making movies like and Serial Mom — and Hairspray, which has now become a huge hit Broadway musical. For the last decade John Waters has also been creating artwork based on still photographs — an exhibit of which called Change of Life opens at the New Museum in New York City February 7th.

Guests:

John Waters

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