The one and only Crispin Glover is out guest this episode!
Most people are familiar with Glover from his role as George McFly in the first Back to the Future movie, as well as his unique performances in films like River’s Edge, Willard, Wild at Heart, and even the Charlie’s Angels films.
But Glover is also an accomplished filmmaker in his own right, directing experimental films like What is it? and It is fine! EVERYTHING IS FINE, the first two parts of a planned trilogy, which you can only see on his live tour dates.
Glover is generally viewed as either quirky or outright crazy, and it’s a persona that’s followed him since the mid-80’s. We get into that public perception of him and why it exists, his films and books, the slide show and Q+A that he will be bringing to Montreal on January 27 & 28, his taxing experience on Back to the Future, the role of propaganda in Hollywood films, and much more.
We also get into his upcoming projects, including his role in the American Gods TV series based off the Neil Gaiman Book, as well as his part in the adaptation of Shirley Jackson’s gothic classic, We Have Always Lived in the Castle.
Crispin is bringing his live show to Montreal’s Bar le Ritz on January 27 and 28, which each include a separate movie screening and slide show, along with this audience Q+A and book signing. For tickets and more info visit crispinglover.com, and be sure to sign up for his mailing list for all future tour dates.
Crispin Glover live Bar le Ritz PDB (179 Jean Talon West) on January 27 and 28th, 2017 7:00 pm, $20. For more details on each night visit the event’s Facebook page.