This winter acclaimed writer and filmmaker, Nelson George, spent some time in Utah. Trust, it was much more glamourous than it sounds. A good portion of his time was spent in Park City, Utah at the Sundance Film Festival where he was promoting his documentary “Good Hair,” alongside one of it’s stars, Chris Rock. The doc, a light-hearted piece about hair in the black community, won a special jury prize in the documentary category. At the same time, our 1st black President was being inaugurated in Washington, D.C., which the film community watched together from a small tavern. According to Nelson, his film, along with the historic inauguration of Obama, provided much fuel for discussion about black identity. In addition, he got to hobnob with celebs like Nia Long, Sarah Jones, Marcus Miller, Russell Simmons, Spike Lee, Lee Daniels and others. Watch his video diary above for more. Congrats on the award!