Luther Campbell aka Uncle Luke is about to get as “freaky” as he wanna be… on film!
According to a recent press release:
The Sundance Institute selected The Life and Freaky Times of Uncle Luke, a short film starring Miami-based rapper and politician Luther Campbell (Uncle Luke of 2 Live Crew) and produced by Miami’s Borscht Corp. (the organization behind the Borscht Film Festival) in collaboration with Miami production company Rakontur for the 2012 Sundance Film Festival’s Short Film Program.
The Sundance Institute selected only 64 shorts for its Short Film Programs from a record 7,675 world-wide submissions.
Luke notes that he’s honored amongst the chosen few, stating:
“It’s an honor to have a highly respected organization such as the Sundance Film Institute recognize me and my life as an important part of American culture by adding “The Life and Freaky Times of Uncle Luke” to their 2012 line up.”
But wait… if “Freaky Times” actually wins an award at Sundance, it will automatically qualify the film to potentially be an Oscar nominee!!
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