The lucky bidder won 2 tickets to World Premiere and after-party, plus a ride on the filmmaker's bus
Kevin Smith is showing off his generosity at the Sundance Film Festival. The "Red State" writer-director just auctioned off two of his personal tickets to Sunday night's World Premiere of the film on Twitter.
One lucky bidder by the name of Bryan King shelled out $1000 to attend the screening and after-party. He'll also get a tagged protest sign from the WBC pre-screening picket by Smith and "Red State" star Michael Parks, as well as a ride on Smith's bus.
The auction benefitted the Sundance Institute Labs.