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Belgian writer-director Lukas Dhont sat down with HFPA journalist Greet Raemekers to discuss his latest film Close, which premiered in competition at the 2022 Cannes film festival and tied for the Grand Prix. They also discuss his first feature film Girl, how to portray different types of intimate male relationships in our modern society, how his m…
 
Outfest Executive Director Damien Navarro sat down with HFPA journalist Greet Raemekers to discuss his organization's efforts to lift up voices within the LGBTQIA+ community and how Outfest is working to be more inclusive. They also discuss his history with the organization, how COVID opened up new avenues and routes to diversify participation in O…
 
George Takei sat down with HFPA journalist Brent Simon during Pride Month to discuss his 2019 New York Times best-selling graphic memoir "They Called Us The Enemy", which tells the story of his life as a child in a concentration camp for Japanese-Americans during World War II and recently got re-released in a deluxe edition with 16 pages of bonus m…
 
Director Chie Hayakawa sat down with HFPA journalist Yong Chavez to discuss her feature film debut, Plan 75, which soon after their conversation would go on to receive the Camera D’or Special Mention prize. They go into her writing, directing, and cinematography, what inspired her to do the film, how its premise of free euthanization for Japan's el…
 
HFPA Journalists Scott Orlin, Margaret Gardiner, and KJ Matthews sat down to discuss their various experiences at this year's Cannes Film Festival, the first time back in three years after disruptions in 2020 and 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. They go into some of the films they saw, how the Red Carpet was different this time around, some of th…
 
Aspiring journalist/filmmaker Noel Bol sat down with HFPA journalist Jenny Cooney to talk about the non-profit organization FilmAid and how their work has helped him to develop skills and abilities to create for himself a career in the arts. They talk about his life living as a South Sudanese refugee and life at the Kakama refugee camp in Kenya, a …
 
Legendary actress Kathleen Turner sat down with HFPA journalist Michele Manelis to discuss her decades long career in the arts. They discuss her forty-year working relationship with Michael Douglas from their beginnings in "Romancing the Stone" through her joining the Netflix dramedy "The Kominsky Method", her activism advocating for women's rights…
 
HFPA Journalists Brent Simon, Earl Gibson III, and David Caspi sat down to discuss their experiences at CinemaCon, which took place in Las Vegas last week and provided an opportunity for exhibitors and the press to see what the major studios are preparing for the rest of year year and beyond. They go into the various sessions in depth, discussing T…
 
Ukrainian musician Slava Vakarchuk sat down with HFPA journalist Aniko Navai to discuss the current situation in Ukraine and his transition from musical artist to soldier during Russia's ongoing invasion of his home country. They also discuss his upbringing, his passion for physics, his relatively short career in Ukrainian politics, and more.…
 
The Committee to Protect Journalists' Program Coordinator for Europe and Central Asia, Gulnoza Said sat down with HFPA journalist Barbara de Olivera Pinto to discuss the current state of the CPJ's mission, which has recently been complicated by the War in Ukraine. They discuss CPJ's efforts around the world, the different steps and levels to advoca…
 
Senior Vice President of the Hollywood Bureau of the NAACP Kyle Bowser sat down with HFPA President Helen Hoene to discuss the current state of diversity in Hollywood. They cover everything from the origins of film and the birth of the NAACP to the current initiatives they're working on today, his vision on their partnership with the HFPA to develo…
 
Finnish writer/director Aku Louhimies sat down with HFPA journalist Kirpi Uimonen to discuss how his work over the past decade has helped to establish him as one of the preeminent directors of today's Scandinavian cinema. They discuss his passion for the art, using the medium for socially and environmentally constructive purposes, how his upcoming …
 
HFPA journalists Anke Hofmann, Miriam Spritzer and Danielle Kool got together to discuss and reflect on this year's South by Southwest (SXSW) festival which just wrapped this year's installment in Austin, Texas. They share their their impressions as first-timers, the party vibe, the BBQ, how Nic Cage flyers all over town might be a marketing ploy f…
 
Writer Joe Eszterhas sat down with HFPA journalist Aniko Navai to discuss his long career as a hit Hollywood screenwriter and the thirtieth anniversary of Basic Instinct, which he wrote. They discuss the film's famous leg-crossing scene with Sharon Stone, his experience breaking records for screenplay sales, the painful memories surrounding his fat…
 
Robert Pattinson sat down with HFPA journalist Kristien Gijbels back in November 2019 to discuss his work and career. In honor of his latest film The Batman being #1 at the box office this year, we're bringing back this conversation to see how it began, how the role of Bruce Wayne/Batman fits into the larger vision of his career, and more.…
 
As the world holds its breath watching Russia continue its assault on the Ukraine, Ukrainian filmmaker Iryna Tsilyk sat down with HFPA journalist Lena Basse to share her gut-wrenching experience of discovering life imitating art. The two discuss her film The Earth is Blue as Orange, which followed a single mother and her four children trying to liv…
 
Filipino-American Trans Actress/writer/producer Rain Valdez sat down with HFPA journalist Yong Chavez to discuss her ascendant career and breakout 2020 Emmy nomination for Outstanding Actress in a Shortform Comedy or Drama Series, for her 7-part web series Razor Tongue. They also discuss being the first Filipino-American transgender Emmy nominee, p…
 
Veteran actor Richard Chamberlain sat down with HFPA journalist Michele Manelis to discuss his breathtaking career, spanning six decades in Hollywood. They cover everything from his Golden-Globe-winning performance in 1963 for the title role of the TV medical drama, Dr. Kildare, being the first actor to play Jason Bourne in the 1988 TV movie, The B…
 
Four years ago, HFPA Austrian member, Elisabeth Sereda, sat down with Golden Globe and Cecil B. DeMille award winner Steven Spielberg for our first podcast in celebration of our 75th anniversary. Last month, Spielberg celebrated his own 75 th birthday and that felt like a great time to rewind and revisit this fascinating 2018 conversation from the …
 
In a special episode of our new “Golden Globes Around the World” podcast, we invited new HFPA members Kelley Carter and Kimberly Reyes, along with veteran HFPA member Scott Orlin, to talk about not just the emotional Golden Globes announcement event on January 9 and the surprises on the night, but also a freewheeling conversation about the future o…
 
Three weeks ago, HFPA journalist Silvia Bizio sat down to talk with Peter Bogdanovich about the 50th anniversary of his Golden Globes nomination for directing The Last Picture Show. They also discussed his studying acting at the Stella Adler conservatory, the relationship he had with legendary writer-director Orson Welles, following up The Last Pic…
 
Composer Carlo Siliotto sat down with HFPA journalist Silvia Bizio to discuss his long career in music, from scoring films like Nomad, The Punisher, and Miracles from Heaven. They also talk about his connection to Oliver Stone, using international instruments to create a unique sound, how Ennio Morricone helps contextualize "what music means to him…
 
Actor and producer Jimmy Jean-Louis sat down with HFPA journalist Elisabeth Sereda to discuss his life, from growing up in Haiti and then France through to his current successes in the film industry. They also dig into the complicated relationship between Haiti and the United States, experiences with racial profiling, how he ended up doing musical …
 
Film producer Rodrigo Teixeira sat down to talk with HFPA journalist Ana Maria Bahiana to discuss his long and storied career, producing films like Ad Astra, Call Me By Your Name, and The Lighthouse, just to name a few. They also discuss his film inspirations, what makes him choose projects to produce, the joys of going to a cinema to see movies on…
 
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