• Interviews

Golden Globes Around the World Podcast: Sean Hepburn Ferrer

This August marks the 70th anniversary of the theatrical release of the classic romantic comedy film, Roman Holiday, which won both a Golden Globe Best Actress – Comedy and an Academy Award Best Actress for its star, Audrey Hepburn, in her first starring role in Hollywood. In honor of the milestone – and so many more films starring the beloved actress, including My Fair Lady (1964), Sabrina (1954) and Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961) – HFPA member Bárbara de Oliveira Pinto spoke to producer Sean Hepburn Ferrer, the only son of the ten-time Globe nominee and three-time Globe winner, in this week’s episode of the Golden Globes Around the World podcast series.
  • Film

Golden Globes Around the World Podcast: Andrea Pallaoro, Director – “Monica”

  Italian filmmaker, Andrea Pallaoro, celebrated his second time in competition at last year’s Venice Film Festival with his third film, Monica, starring Trace Lysette (Transparent) and Patricia Clarkson (She Said, The Station Agent). The 42-year-old filmmaker from Trento divides his time between Los Angeles and Italy and first won acclaim with his 2008 short film, Wunderkammer, followed by the feature films, Medeas (2013) and Hannah (2017), starring Charlotte Rampling.
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In Honor of World Podcast Day

In honor of World Podcast Day, September 30, we’re sharing with you our top 10-rated podcasts of all time in our previously named "HFPA in Conversation” series, now rebranded "Golden Globes Around the World. ” Of the 114 episodes we’ve had the privilege of producing with actors, directors, cinematographers, composers, foreign filmmakers, writers, and others in the film and TV industry, it’s interesting to note that five men and five women equally made the list, and only one was not an actor but the groundbreaking female director, Greta Gerwig.
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George Takei – Golden Globes Around the World Podcast

George Takei is best-known around the world as Hikaru Sulu, later Captain Sulu, on the fictional Starship Enterprise in the beloved sci-fi series, Star Trek. The openly gay actor, author, activist, and social media influencer sat down during Pride month with HFPA member Brent Simon for an episode of our podcast series, Golden Globes Around the World to talk about his 2019 New York Times bestselling graphic memoir “They Called Us Enemy” - which recently returned in a deluxe edition with 16 pages of bonus material and has also been translated in additional languages to truly reach around the world The fearless, funny 85-year-old star pulled no punches as he talked about his years behind barbed wire with his family in Japanese American internment camps and reveals how a guest role in the Archie Comics series Riverdale led to his decision to tell his own story in a graphic novel.