For the CBC no less, queer director-artist-smutmaster Bruce LaBruce is blogging on his Sundance ’08 experience here. LaBruce is here promoting his Sundance film “Otto; Or Up With Dead People,”which is a midnight at Park City entry that follows a gay zombie lookin’ for love in Berlin. Bruce’s blog had its first entry today, where he gets nostalgic for Sundance past:
I can’t remember much about my screening in 1995, but I do vividly recall attending Larry Clark’s Kids, the sensation of the festival, as the guest of its executive producer, Gus Van Sant, and its writer, Harmony Korine. I remember because Gus and his then-boyfriend, D-J, and I smuggled a bottle of tequila into the screening and kept slipping it to Harmony, who was under the legal drinking age. Fun times!
I ain’t got nothing on that.