John Waters
"You can't work with John Waters," Turner recalled her agents telling her. "You don't do B-movies."
"EO" and "Bones and All" also make Waters' top 10 list for the year.
Waters' latest directorial effort was nearly 20 years ago with 2004's "A Dirty Shame."
"Technically, if they ever show 'Pink Flamingos,' Bob Shaye, the head of New Line, and I can go to prison," Waters said.
Others set to have star ceremonies include Vince Vaughn, Martin Lawrence, and Bill Pullman.
Cinema's darling purveyor of trash is 76! He tells IndieWire about his one-man show "False Negative" and the hilarity of "Pink Flamingos" landing in the National Film Registry.
Waters also weighed in on the cancel culture surrounding J.K. Rowling and Johnny Depp.
Chute championed Hong Kong and Bollywood cinema, from John Woo to Aamir Khan.
At the Provincetown Film Festival, where he is unofficial emcee, the Prince of Filth said he's ready to go back to the movies.
The cult filmmaker's design for NYFF 2020 includes Pedro Almodóvar, Martin Scorsese, and Barry Jenkins.
The filmmaker programmed a killer double feature, "Night of the Lepus" and "Kitten With a Whip," for the Provincetown Film Festival.
The Pope of Filth plays a pornographer on tonight's extra special "Special Victims Unit."
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