Sight Unseen Producers Talk ‘Bad Hair,’ Sammy Davis Jr. Biopic and How the Pandemic Is Changing Hollywood

  • Variety
Sight Unseen Producers Talk ‘Bad Hair,’ Sammy Davis Jr. Biopic and How the Pandemic Is Changing Hollywood
Sight Unseen Pictures’ producers Eddie Vaisman and Julia Lebedev haven’t decided where to put their brand-new Emmy Awards — mostly because they haven’t gotten them in the mail yet.

“It’s great; that was such an exciting little treat and not expected and we’re super humbled by it,” Vaisman tells Variety of winning the trophy for producing HBO’s “Bad Education.” “The problem is we have young children, so they’re literally going to take it and bash each other with it. I guess we probably have to keep it in the office.”

“They’re much heavier [than you’d expect] — I held Lena’s when she won it, at the after party,” Lebedev adds, recalling Lena Waithe’s historic Emmy win in 2017 for writing “Master of None.” “I was like, ‘I’m gonna give this back to you because I’m definitely gonna drop it.’ I think the office is a safer place.
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