As a part of our 15th anniversary celebrations, we’ve assembled a panel of past “Filmmakers on the Edge” to discuss their work on (and over) the edge. No strangers to controversy, they have all created ground-breaking, iconic, envelope-pushing films that have redefined independent filmmaking and left a lasting impact on the pop culture landscape. Join John Waters (Pink Flamingos, Serial Mom), Christine Vachon (Kids, Boys Don’t Cry), and Mary Harron (I Shot Andy Warhol, American Psycho), as they discuss their experiences with filmmaking on the edge and its ever-moving line.

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