John Waters Movies List

John Waters
John Waters
22-04-1946
Baltimore, Maryland, USA
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Director John Waters Filmography

Showing 1 to 10 of 49 movies
Showing 1 to 10 of 49 movies
The Sarnos: A Life in Dirty Movies
Artist: Joseph W. Sarno , Peggy Steffans , John Waters , Annie Sprinkle , Jamie Gillis
Director: Wiktor Ericsson
Release date: 27-03-2013
Excision - Viiltävä Nuoruus
Director: Richard Bates Jr. , James Cooney , Yaron Kaver , Shawn Matlock
Music Director: Steve Damstra II , Mads Heldtberg , Henry Auerbach , Marcos Butron Jr. , Ryan Collins , Casey Genton , Eric Offin , Lianto Poedijono , Andrea von Foerster
Release date: 02-11-2012
Paul Bowles: The Cage Door is Always Open
Artist: John Waters , Bernardo Bertolucci , Gore Vidal , Richard Horowitz , John Giorno
Director: Daniel Young
Release date: 25-09-2012
Mansome
Mansome ( English )
Director: Morgan Spurlock
Release date: 18-05-2012
The Advocate for Fagdom
Artist: Bruce LaBruce , Harmony Korine , Richard Kern , John Waters , Gus Van Sant
Director: Angélique Bosio
Release date: 04-11-2011
Kapyong
Kapyong ( English )
Artist: John Waters , Steven Carroll , Cory Corbett , Yuki Nagashima
Director: Dennis K. Smith
Release date: 28-04-2011
Blank City
Blank City ( English )
Director: Celine Danhier
Release date: 06-04-2011
Mangus!
Mangus! ( English )
Artist: Jennifer Coolidge , Heather Matarazzo , Reid Shapiro , John Waters , Leslie Jordan
Director: Ash Christian
Release Year: 2011
William S. Burroughs: A Man Within
Director: Yony Leyser
Music Director: John Bellow , Devin McNulty , Thurston Moore , Lee Ranaldo
Release date: 05-11-2010
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Showing 1 to 10 of 49 movies

John Waters Biography

Growing up in Baltimore in the 1950s, John Waters was not like other children; he was obsessed by violence and gore, both real and on the screen. With his weird counter-culture friends as his cast, he began making silent 8mm and 16mm films in the mid-'60s; he screened these in rented Baltimore church halls to underground audiences drawn by word of mouth and street leafleting campaigns. As his filmmaking grew more polished and his subject matter more shocking, his audiences grew bigger, and his write-ups in the Baltimore papers more outraged. By the early 1970s he was making features, which he managed to get shown in midnight screenings in art cinemas by sheer perseverance. Success came when Pink Flamingos (1972) - a deliberate exercise in ultra-bad taste - took off in 1973, helped no doubt by lead actor Divine's infamous dog-crap eating scene. Waters continued to make low-budget shocking movies with his Dreamland repertory company until Hollywood crossover success came with Hairspray (1988), and although his movies nowadays might now appear cleaned up and professional, they retain Waters' playfulness, and reflect his lifelong obsessions.

Popular Co-Stars of John Waters

Mink Stole
42 Movies
David Lochary
40 Movies
Divine
35 Movies
Mary Vivian Pearce
33 Movies
Vincent Peranio
29 Movies
Bob Skidmore
22 Movies

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