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‘Absolute’-ly fabulous fete

Wilson documentary draws starry crowd

HOLLYWOOD — Sunday’s Museum of TV & Radio premiere of the docu “Absolute Wilson” felt like an art gallery opening (everyone wore black), attended by an eclectic crowd that included Ed Ruscha, Robbie Robertson, Colin Callender, Wendy Stark and Al Ruddy.

Helmer Katharina Otto-Bernstein said the turnout was due to Wilson’s position as “one of the great visionaries of the performing arts. He’s the rock star of the stage.”

Screening was followed by dinner at Mr. Chow, where the avant-garde director said he agreed to participate in the docu because “of the perspective. It allowed me to see myself in the context of my work.”