The upcoming Sundance documentary “Uncle Howard” delves into the life and legacy of Howard Brookner, the New York filmmaker who passed away from AIDS in 1989. The movie finds Brookner’s nephew, Aaron, attempting to understand his uncle’s legacy by heading into a bunker to unearthing, for the first time in 30 years, Howard’s body of work, which captured the late 70’s and early 80’s cultural revolution.
Joining Aaron on this artistic quest in none other than indie pioneer Jim Jarmusch, who also serves as executive producer on the project. In the exclusive clip above, Jarmusch heads into the bunker for the very first time. What the two uncover will be revealed when “Uncle Howard” premieres in Park City this week.