Self-Employed Happy Hour: Crispin Hellion Glover Crispin talks self-financed filmmaking and creative autonomy

Crispin Glover on Self-Employed Happy Hour - Pyragraph

Photo by Peri Pakroo.

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All-around creative volcano Crispin Hellion Glover (Willard, River’s Edge, Rubin & Ed, Back to the Future) lays it down on how to be an independent artist in a corporate-funded world. In this extended interview we chat about his self-financed films (What Is It? and It Is Fine! Everything Is Fine), his books (Rat Catching and Oak Mot, among others), his frustration with sanitized media, his craft as an actor, and more. A whole lot more.

Host Peri Pakroo is joined by Pyragraph Editors Sage HarringtonJosh Stuyvesant, Jeremy Kinter and Eva Avenue.

Peri wrote a blog post about all the things she learned from this interview. Read it here.

Don’t miss the screenings of Crispin’s films What Is It? and It Is Fine! Everything Is Fine. at The Guild Cinema in Albuquerque, Dec. 5 and 6 at 7pm. In addition to the film screenings, Crispin will perform one-hour dramatic narrations of eight of his illustrated projected books, plus a Q&A and book signing. Advance tickets still available at Stranger Factory.


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About Self-Employed Happy Hour

Self-Employed Happy Hour is a podcast hosted by Pyragraph’s Publisher & Editor Peri Pakroo, who is also a small business author and coach. Peri chats with guests about creative self-employment and freelancing, pursuing creative projects and careers, and related topics like road tripping, thrift shopping and procrastinating. Subscribe to the Self-Employed Happy Hour podcast at iTunes.

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