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Author: The Hollywood Reporter

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'Awards Chatter' is a podcast that features in-depth interviews with the most interesting and accomplished people in show business.

Created and hosted by: Scott Feinberg
Produced by: Matthew Whitehurst and Joshua Farnham

'Awards Chatter' is hosted by www.Simplecast.com
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Bob Shaye - 'Ambition'

Bob Shaye - 'Ambition'

2019-10-1401:39:59

  Credits: Hosted by Scott Feinberg, recorded by Harley Yanoff and produced by Matthew Whitehurst and Joshua Farnham.
The most celebrated Spanish auteur since Buñuel reflects on the revolutionary period from which he and his colorful films emerged, why he has avoided Hollywood and what makes his 21st features his most personal yet.Credits: Hosted by Scott Feinberg, recorded by Harley Yanoff and produced by Matthew Whitehurst and Joshua Farnham.
The revered vet of stage and screen reflects on the tragedy that struck his family when he was a young actor; finding himself at the center of the infamous 'Miss Saigon' controversy; why he turned down 'Game of Thrones' before signing on to play the High Sparrow; and what it's like playing Pope Francis in one of the year's most acclaimed films.Credits: Hosted by Scott Feinberg, recorded by Ryan Gabos and produced by Matthew Whitehurst and Joshua Farnham.
The legendary singer/songwriter and film composer reflects on his half-century career, nine films with Pixar and composing his first dramatic score in decades for Noah Baumbach.Credits: Hosted by Scott Feinberg, recorded and produced by Matthew Whitehurst and Joshua Farnham.
Renée Zellweger - 'Judy'

Renée Zellweger - 'Judy'

2019-09-1901:09:131

One of the outstanding actresses of her generation reflects on the roles that made her 'America's Sweetheart,' the downfall of her frequent collaborator Harvey Weinstein, the personal turmoil that led her to step away from the biz for six years and her performance as Judy Garland that many are calling her best work yet.Credits: Hosted by Scott Feinberg, recorded and produced by Matthew Whitehurst and Joshua Farnham.
The legendary actor returns to the podcast, this time for a free-form conversation covering topics such as how he evaluates the success of his films, how his countenance has impacted his career, why he was so influenced by Robert Duvall and Jason Robards and why the many heroes he has played — most recently, Fred Rogers — are all very different.But first: Matt Belloni, The Hollywood Reporter's editorial director, joins Scott to discuss the Venice, Telluride and Toronto film fests.Credits: Hosted by Scott Feinberg, recorded by Eric Taylor and produced by Matthew Whitehurst and Joshua Farnham.
The man, myth and legend of tech and philanthropy — founder of Microsoft and cofounder of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation — reflects on his trailblazing work with computer software, starting the largest private philanthropic foundation in history and cooperating with a Netflix docuseries.But first: Davis Guggenheim, the documentary filmmaker best known for the Oscar-winning 'An Inconvenient Truth,' joins Scott to discuss his career and his aforementioned Netflix docuseries about Bill Gates.Credits: Hosted by Scott Feinberg, recorded by Matthew Whitehurst and produced by Matthew Whitehurst and Joshua Farnham.
The 24-year-old breakout star — an Emmy nominee for FX’s limited series and a scene-stealer in Quentin Tarantino’s latest film — reflects on growing up as Andie MacDowell’s daughter, abandoning dancing and modeling for acting and how HBO’s ‘The Leftovers,’ a Spike Jonze perfume ad and the indie ‘Novitiate’ all set the stage for her crazy 2019.Credits: Hosted by Scott Feinberg, recorded by Joshua Farnham and produced by Matthew Whitehurst and Joshua Farnham.
One of the most respected actresses of her generation reflects on her decision to forgo having a family and focus singularly on acting, how she broke out of suburban mom type roles and became a queen of the art house and why her part on HBO's acclaimed limited series was among the most challenging she has ever played.Credits: Hosted by Scott Feinberg, recorded by Matthew Whitehurst and produced by Matthew Whitehurst and Joshua Farnham.
Tune in to Scott's 2015 conversation with the son of Henry Fonda and brother of Jane Fonda, who made his own name in the 1969 counter-culture classic 'Easy Rider' and later earned a best actor Oscar nom for 1997's 'Ulee's Gold.' He died of lung cancer at the age of 79 on Friday.Credits: Hosted by Scott Feinberg, recorded by Jessie Katz and produced by Matthew Whitehurst and Joshua Farnham.
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wallhus

great interview

Sep 27th
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