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Actor Gianni Russo sat down with HFPA journalist Silvia Bizio to discuss the 50th Anniversary of the seminal classic film The Godfather, which won five Golden Globe Awards off of seven nominations back in 1973. They also discuss Russo's incredible life, from his first meeting with Marlon Brando to spending a weekend with Marilyn Monroe to encounter…
 
To celebrate the 80 days leading up to the 80th Golden Globes, we are replaying our conversation with television and comedy icon Carol Burnett when she sat down in 2019 with HFPA journalist Meher Tatna. The two discuss her long career from humble beginnings to breakout success with The Carol Burnett Show, her five Golden Globes wins, the newly name…
 
Continuing our countdown to the 80th Golden Globe Awards, today we're re-releasing our episode from 2018 where actress Michelle Yeoh sat down with HFPA journalist Scott Orlin to talk about her then-new movie Crazy Rich Asians, which was not only a box office smash hit, but also significant for being the first major Hollywood studio film in 25 years…
 
As we countdown the days until the 80th Golden Globe Awards, we're bringing out our 2021 conversation between singer/songwriter/director Sia and HFPA journalist Barbara de Olivera to discuss Sia's hit film "Music", which was nominated that year for the Golden Globe for Best Film Comedy/Musical. They also talk about the challenges of telling stories…
 
Animator and director Dice Tsutsumi sat down with HFPA journalist Rocio Ayuso to discuss his new series on Netflix, a four-episode limited series called Oni: Thunder God's Tale, which explores the various gods and monsters of Japanese mythology. They also discuss his time at Pixar, starting his own animation studio, his unqiue relationship with leg…
 
Actress Jacqueline Bisset sat down with HFPA journalist Elisabeth Sereda to discuss her latest project Loren & Rose and what drew her to such a unique character. They also discuss her decades in the acting business, memories of times on set in classic Hollywood, her attendance and wins at the Golden Globes over the years, and more.…
 
Cinematographer Polly Morgan sat down with HFPA journalist Margaret Gardiner to discuss her latest project The Woman King, which stars Viola Davis as the leader of a group of all-female warriors. They discuss what inspired her to study photography, the high profile projects she's done over the last few years like A Quiet Place Part II and Where The…
 
Australian actress Essie Davis sat down with HFPA journalist Katherine Tulich to discuss her new film The Justice of Bunny King and mastering a New Zealand accent for the role of the title character. They also discuss her relationship with her husband/filmmaker Justin Kurzel, reuniting with The Babbadook director Jennifer Kent for Guillermo del Tor…
 
HFPA journalists Jenny Cooney, Gabriel Lerman, and Barbara Gasser got together after attending the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) to discuss what they saw, what they loved, and the big hits that are starting to get their first Awards Season buzz. They discuss The Fabelmans and Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, both of which won th…
 
HFPA journalists Elisabeth Sereda and Janet Nepales sat down to reflect on their experiences at the 2022 Venice Film Festival, which came to an end this past weekend. They touch on everything from the surprise win for the documentary "All the Beauty and the Bloodshed", some of the red carpet fashion trends from the likes of Timothée Chalamet and Ca…
 
Writer-director John Patton Ford sat down with HFPA journalist Michele Manelis to discuss his directorial debut Emily the Criminal, about a woman who, when faced with mountng student debt and limited prospects, finds herself joining in a massive credit card fraud operation. They also discuss his history with the Sundance Film Festival, where he scr…
 
Back in December 2020 Chris Evans sat down with HFPA journalist Henry Arnaud to discuss his limited series "Defending Jacob." In 2022 he's already provided the voice for Buzz Lightyear in the Pixar film Lightyear, starred opposite Ryan Goslin in the Netflix action thriller The Gray Man, and will go on to star in Ghosted opposite Ana De Armas and Pa…
 
Documentary filmmaker Ida Joglar sat down with HFPA Journalist Anke Hofmann to discuss her latest film Kili Big, which follows 20 plus-sized women from all over the world who try to climb to the top of the tallest peak in Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro. They also discuss the challenges of filming such an involved physical journey, the road that led her …
 
Founders of the Martha's Vineyard African American Film Festival Stephanie Tavares-Rance and Floyd Rance sat down with HFPA journalist KJ Matthews on the eve of this year's 10-day event to talk about celebrating 20 years of this festival. They talk about its humble beginnings, from a handful of people in a theater that could hold hundreds, how it g…
 
Actor Casper Van Dien sat down with HFPA journalist Rocio Ayuso to discuss his career, which is now entering its fourth decade. They talk about his early iconic roles in Starship Troopers and then Tarzan and the Lost City, how both roles compare with his latest turn as Samuel Hyst in the series Salvage Marines, the pride he has for his daughter, wh…
 
HFPA journalists Anke Hofman and Rocio Ayuso sat down to discuss this year's San Diego Comic-Con, the things they saw while there that most excited them, and their experiences as a whole. They also discuss their history with the convention, what it was like being back after a two-year absence, the biggest surprises, and more.…
 
Musician Don McLean sat down with HFPA journalist Michele Manelis to discuss his latest project: "The Day the Music Dies: The Story of Don McLean's American Pie", a documentary about his most famous song "American Pie", the influences surrounding it, and the effect it's had on popular culture since it's release over fifty years ago. They also discu…
 
Marvel Studios President and producer Kevin Feige sat down with HFPA journalist Anke Hoffman back in February of 2019 to discuss the state of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. A lot has happened since then (eight films, seven television series, and still gong strong!), but with the recent release of Thor: Love and Thunder it's a great time to revisit …
 
Belgian filmmakers Felix Van Groeningen & Charlotte Vandermeersch sat down with HFPA journalist Greet Ramaekers to discuss their first directorial collaboration, The Eight Mountains, which premiered in competition at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival and tied for the year's Grand Jury prize. The two discuss their marriage and how it affects their perso…
 
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 …
 
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