No one can do weasely, wormy, or creepy like Brooklyn native Steve Buscemi, who, over the past 25 years, has shuttled between indie gems (Ghost World, Living in Oblivion) and quasi-indie blockbusters (Fargo, Reservoir Dogs). In collaboration with SAGIndie, Issue Project Room are sitting down with Buscemi and showing clips from the actor’s storied career—which better include Airheads—and discussing what role an actor plays in turning a character into an icon. The talk includes a three-course brunch.
Sun., June 6, noon, 2010
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on June 1, 2010