Ang Lee

Asian Pacific Talent Scores in Film at Golden Globes

“This is for all the shoulders that I stand on and all the people coming with me on this journey going forward,” Michelle Yeoh said in her acceptance speech as the first Malaysian to win a Golden Globe award, actress–musical or comedy for the 2022 film “Everything Everywhere All at Once. " Yeoh, recently a Presidential Medal of Freedom award recipient, belongs to a long list of talents of Asian and Pacific Islander heritage who are Golden Globe winners and nominees in film.
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2001: Connecting With the World

The year whose name inspired Stanley Kubrick’s cinematic masterpiece was, indeed, an odyssey. A bounty of movies which released and TV series which debuted or continued the previous year, and then lived on through awards season, would become hits and mainstays of the new millennium: Gladiator, Traffic, Billy Elliot, Cast Away, Almost Famous, O Brother, Where Art Thou?, The Sopranos, The West Wing, ER, Sex and the City, Frasier, and Will & Grace, among many others.