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Los Angeles filmmaker Dustin Lance Black chartered a bus to attend the annual Burning Man Festival, an alternative culture event in the Nevada desert, and made the trip along with six gay friends in their late teens and early twenties. Black brought along a camera to record the trip for posterity, and On the Bus is a documentary that chronicles the misadventures of Black and his traveling companions on the road, among them Charles, a former exotic dancer who now waits tables while he tries to get his acting career off the ground, and Jason, a former Midwesterner who now makes his living as a porn star. On the Bus was initially commissioned as a multi-part reality series for the Digital Entertainment Network, an online film and video site; when DEN went out of business, Black reshaped his footage into its current form as a feature-length documentary. On the Bus was shown at the 2001 San Francisco Lesbian & Gay Film Festival.
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