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John Waters, the one and only

Clementine Leger, 25, speaks with Film Director John Waters during his meet and greet at his 'This Filthy World: Filthier & Dirtier show during the 25th annual Tampa International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival at the Tampa Theatre Saturday evening October 4, 2014. "The show was an amazing experience and worth the drive from Orlando," said Legar. Waters was also presented with a lifetime achievement award, for 50 years of queer cinema, including the seminal bad taste classics Pink Flamingos and Female Trouble.  Waters held a meet and greet with fans and a book signing after the show.
Clementine Leger, 25, speaks with Film Director John Waters during his meet and greet at his 'This Filthy World: Filthier & Dirtier show during the 25th annual Tampa International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival at the Tampa Theatre Saturday evening October 4, 2014. "The show was an amazing experience and worth the drive from Orlando," said Legar. Waters was also presented with a lifetime achievement award, for 50 years of queer cinema, including the seminal bad taste classics Pink Flamingos and Female Trouble. Waters held a meet and greet with fans and a book signing after the show.
Published Oct. 5, 2014

DEMETRIUS FREEMAN | Times

Clementine Leger, 25, chats with John Waters on Saturday during the 25th annual Tampa International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival at Tampa Theatre. The creator of the films Pink Flamingos, Hairspray and Cry-Baby performed his one-man show, This Filthy World: Filthier & Dirtier. "The show was an amazing experience and worth the drive from Orlando," Leger said. Waters was also presented with a lifetime achievement award for 50 years of queer cinema, and signed copies of his book after the show. The festival runs through Saturday. See tiglff.com.