Writer/director Christian Petzold sat down with HFPA journalist Barbara Gasser to discuss his career and finding success in the international film market. They also discuss writing scripts after saying he'd already written them, the joy of working with people who love cinema, collaborating to make "bus films", attending festivals, and more.
Fler avsnitt från "The HFPA in Conversation"
48:29Composer 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" , and more.
49:06Actor 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 theatre, his views on the future of African cinema, being inspired by Sydney Poitier, and more.
42:39Film 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 the big screen, and more.
51:21Finnish writer/director Dome Karukoski sat down with HFPA journalist Tina Jøhnk Christensen to discuss his long and varied career, from his inspiration as a child while watching Macbeth on the BBC to his breakout hit Tolkien, a biopic about the life of Lord of the Rings author J.R.R. Tolkien. They also discuss directing for TV, the varieties of international film, and more.
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49:29Afghan-born American filmmaker and human rights activist Sonia Nassery Cole sat down with HFPA journalist Patricia Danaher to discuss her latest project I Am You, which follows the story of three Afghan refugees who flee the Taliban to seek refuge in Europe. They also discuss her short documentary, The Bread Winner, her 2010 film The Black Tulip (which was Afghan’s Oscar Submission that year), childhood memories of Afghanistan, meeting President Ronald Reagan in the White House, the past, present, and future of Afghanistan, and much more.
37:26Documentary filmmaker Ramona Diaz sat down with HFPA journalist Ruben Nepales to discuss her latest film project "A Thousand Cuts", which chronicles the life of journalist Maria Ressa and her conflicts with the Filipino government and its president Rodrigo Duterte. They also discuss her experience with Journey and her documentary about them, the importance of press freedom, receiving regular recognition at Sundance, and more.
44:06Writer-director Sandra Kogut sat down to talk with HFPA journalist Ana-Maria Bahiana about her career, from humble beginnings to her latest project Three Summers. They also discuss switching between narrative films and documentaries, the current state of Brazil, and more.
44:20Writer/director Christian Petzold sat down with HFPA journalist Barbara Gasser to discuss his career and finding success in the international film market. They also discuss writing scripts after saying he'd already written them, the joy of working with people who love cinema, collaborating to make "bus films", attending festivals, and more.
57:52Egyptian-Tunisian actress Hend Sabry sat down with HFPA journalist Husam Asi to discuss her life's work in cinema, starting from starring in the 1994 hit The Silences of the Palace at the age of fourteen to now as an executive producer and star on a Netflix series Finding Ola. They also discuss Middle Eastern cinema, her production company, Salaam, her road to becoming a member of the jury in the Venice Film Festival, the differences between acting in Egypt versus Tunisia, censorship, and more.
47:27Danish actor Thomas Levin sat down with HFPA journalist Tina Jøhnk Christensen to discuss his latest role on the Irish crime show Smother, in which he plays a teacher who is wrongfully accused of child abuse. They also discuss his role as the villain on Alex Rider, his parents’ reaction when Levin told he will be an actor, preparations to play a soldiers in the theatre play Hjem kære hjem; journalism lessons he learned while working on the TV show Borgen, and more.