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Golden Globes Around the World brings you in-depth conversations with the individuals around your favorite film and television. From actors to directors to writers to members of the HFPA, from the United States to around the world, join us in listening to the stories and thought processes of people from all walks of life.

Golden Globes Around the World HFPA

    • TV & Film
    • 4.4 • 37 Ratings

Golden Globes Around the World brings you in-depth conversations with the individuals around your favorite film and television. From actors to directors to writers to members of the HFPA, from the United States to around the world, join us in listening to the stories and thought processes of people from all walks of life.

    Moran & Shani Atias

    Moran & Shani Atias

    Sisters and actresses Moran Atias & Shani Atias sat down with HFPA journalist David Caspi to commemorate this year's International Women's Day to talk about their ongoing joint project Me First, which is a post-#MeToo initiative that focuses on centering female-centric stories and fostering their financial and creative independence. They also talk about their work as actors, growing up in Israel, how the industry has changed since the beginnings of the #MeToo Movement, motherhood, and more. 

    • 47 min
    Florencia Martin

    Florencia Martin

    Production Designer Florencia Martin sat down to talk about her latest film Babylon, for which she also received her first Oscar nomination at the 95th Academy Awards. They talk about her career so far, her inspirations, getting her start on the TV series Mad Men, the way her work in production design fits into the larger picture of how a film is made, and more.

    • 35 min
    Flashback: Spike Lee

    Flashback: Spike Lee

    in 2018, writer/director/producer/actor Spike Lee sat down with HFPA journalist Alessandra Venezia to discuss his recent release BlacKkKlansman. They also discuss his career in film, how the filmmaking community has evolved since he started making movies, basing his stories on real life events, and more. 

    • 38 min
    Brandon Kramer & Chris Jenkins

    Brandon Kramer & Chris Jenkins

    To celebrate Black History Month, documentary filmmaker Brandon Kramer and story producer Chris Jenkins sat down to talk with HFPA journalist Kimberly Reyes about their new documentary The First Step, which follows progressive activist and political commentator Van Jones in his efforts to pass legislation that would reform the criminal justice system. They discuss the five years it took to produce the film, the sausage-makng of the Congressional process, the relationships they built within the Trump White House and having access to individuals like Jared Kushner and Kim Kardashian, how documentary filmmaking is more than just when the cameras are rolling, and more.

    • 54 min
    Flashback: Ryan Murphy

    Flashback: Ryan Murphy

    2023 Carol Burnett Award Recipient sat down with HFPA journalists Jenny Cooney in 2018 and Scott Orlin in 2020 to discuss his career to date as well as his record-breaking production deal with Netflix. These two conversations cover his early days as well as how his work over the past two decades reshaped television, how it works, the sorts of stories that were made, and more. 

    • 1 hr 39 min
    The 2023 Sundance Film Festival

    The 2023 Sundance Film Festival

    HFPA journalists Jenny Cooney, Yong Chavez, and Miriam Spritzer sat down to discuss this year's Sundance Film Festival, the first in-person event since 2020. They talk about their experience attending, premieres like The Pod Generation and Cat Person, buzzy films like Theater Camp and Magazine Dreams, big winners like Shayda and Scrapper, and much, much more. 

    • 38 min

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
37 Ratings

37 Ratings

SurferKitty ,

Some are awesome

Some of the interviews are fantastic, but at least one of the interviewers needs to watch how interviews work. Uninspired questions that most of the guests handle deftly, but why should they have to? Anyway I’m still going to listen...but with my finger on skip

jacksfilmsfan102 ,

where do I start

ok so it’s a functional podcast so I gave it that first star, and then it had Gillian Anderson so I gave it that second star, and that’s where it ends.

I’ve listened to half of the Gillian Anderson podcast and whoever is the interviewer needs to work on their skills. I never realized interviewing was a skill until I heard this podcast. I don’t want to be too mean, but there are such open ended questions it seems hard to really dive into something interesting. Additionally, the pace it’s excruciatingly slow. I will definitely admit Gillian is really slow in this episode too, but it’s not like there were any good questions to really excite her in any way.

I put it in 2x speed and it’s kind of funny listening to them talk about nothing that’s not already common knowledge. Most of the people who are going to be listening are people who are fans of her (not all but most) so maybe try to delve into something more specific and lesser known. It would be cool to find something I didn’t know of her that widely broadcasted television networks don’t go into because it’s too esoteric for a wide audience.

Lots of podcasts have better energy and more interesting conversations, and they trigger new stories instead of the same ones her fans heard a million times. I just couldn’t believe my ears when I heard the interviewer say, “so talk about that” after stating a fact in the most monotone voice ever. It’s like she (?) is reading from a paper that she’s never seen before. I’m surprised I made it through this far. I understand why the title is called just “Gillian Anderson” instead of something more descriptive and professional. The lack of professionalism is really stark with this one.

Also, the quality is pretty bad. Lots of audio glitches and it sounds like it was recorded over Zoom. There are much better platforms to record a podcast over (discord, literally cell phone calling, etc. and you can probably find some if you do a quick Google search).

Hopefully this helps anyone who wants to listen to this podcast, or anyone who is working on this podcast and wants to do better. I don’t usually do reviews but I got pretty passionate about this one.

rsm9667 ,

Patricia Danaher is so boring

I’ve listened to one episode and all she did was ask questions trying to make the guest agree to social and environmental activist talking points. Very dull. Very fake.

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