22nd April 2021, 12:40 am
On the day this episode is released, John Waters is celebrating his 75th birthday. But he’s still doing the same things that brought him cultural notoriety when he started making movies in the ’60s: Celebrating filth, fighting censorship, and breaking any rule you can think up. John and Marc talk about those early movies like Pink Flamingos, as well as John’s relationship with Divine. John also tells Marc why Hairspray was the most transgressive movie he ever made, why he prays to Pasolini, and what is the only thing he regrets in his life.
A great podcast to listen to in John’s honor (w/ a mention of the Finnish Tom of Finland stamp!)
HBD to a beloved, longtime Member of Tom of Finland Foundation, John Waters!
John Waters is a maverick for all things camp, known mostly for his movies, books, and plays. He is also a rebound visual artist and long-time friend and supporter of Tom of Finland Foundation and our mission. He has loaned his talents to us for many events and projects over the years, including loaning work… View Article
When Itella Posti, Finland’s national postal service, announced the release of seven new stamp sets early last week, there were the typical things one would expect to find on a stamp – summer cottages, bridges, garden scenes. Mixed in with the bunch, however, was quite possibly the gayest postage ever created (philatelist nerd friends, feel… View Article
22nd April 2021
Tags: Finnish Stamp, John Waters, Marc Maron
Categorised in: Friends of Tom, ONLINE