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‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast and Video — Troy Kotsur (‘CODA’)

The first deaf male ever nominated for an acting Oscar reflects on growing up as the only deaf member of his family, making his name in deaf theater and how the making of and tremendous response to his performance in Sian Heder's film about a child of deaf adults (or "CODA") has changed his life.

Inside the Sweeping Journey of Apple’s ‘Pachinko’

During this week’s ‘TV’s Top 5’ podcast, hosts Lesley Goldberg and Daniel Fienberg are joined by showrunner Soo Hugh to discuss the show based on Min Jin Lee’s acclaimed novel.

‘No Time to Die’ Mixer Paul Massey, Cinema Audio Society Career Achievement Honoree, Featured in THR’s ‘Behind The Screen’

The Oscar-winning rerecording mixer earned his 10th Academy Award nomination for the latest Bond movie.

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast [Live] — Richard Linklater (‘Apollo 10½: A Space Age Childhood’)

During an episode recorded in front of an audience at the SXSW Film Festival in Austin, the indie filmmaker reflects on the medical diagnosis that led him to abandon college sports for filmmaking; how he has navigated the biz to get his personal vision on the screen regardless of the size of his budget; and what is at the root of his fascination with the passage of time.

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Jane Campion (‘The Power of the Dog’)

The second woman ever to receive a best director Oscar nomination and, 28 years after that, the first woman ever to receive a second one, reflects on her circuitous path to filmmaking, obstacles she has faced because of her gender and how she feels about men who disparage her films, including Sam Elliott, for whom she has some choice words.

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast [LIVE] — Javier Bardem (‘Being the Ricardos,’ ‘Dune’ and ‘The Good Boss’)

The first Spaniard ever to receive an acting Oscar nomination and win reflects on his initial reluctance to follow his family into film, finding stardom in both Spain and Hollywood and working in the same business as — and being Oscar-nominated this year alongside — his wife, Penélope Cruz.

‘Minx’ Creator on Feminism, Comedy and Going “Tit for Tat” With Male Nudity

During this week’s ‘TV’s Top 5,’ podcast hosts Lesley Goldberg and Daniel Fienberg are joined by Ellen Rapoport to discuss her new HBO Max show inspired by the 1970s erotic magazines for women: “It’s a workplace that was populated by feminists and pornographers.”

‘TV’s Top 5’: ‘Winning Time’ Boss on Balancing Fact vs. Fiction in HBO’s Lakers Drama

During this week’s podcast, hosts Lesley Goldberg and Daniel Fienberg also preview a crowded March TV calendar.

‘TV’s Top 5’: Liz Meriwether on Going From ‘New Girl’ to ‘The Dropout’

During this week’s podcast, hosts Lesley Goldberg and Daniel Fienberg also discuss changes to the Oscars telecast and Peacock’s latest “must-stream” bet.  

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Emilia Jones (‘CODA’ & ‘Locke and Key’)

The 19-year-old breakout reflects on her years as a child actor, her exhaustive preparation to play a child of deaf adults who finds her voice in more ways than one and becoming a star during a global pandemic.

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Paolo Sorrentino (‘The Hand of God’)

The Italian maestro best known for the Oscar-winning 'The Great Beauty' reflects on how a childhood tragedy set him on the path to becoming a filmmaker, his six collaborations with the actor Toni Servillo and being chosen to represent Italy at the Oscars for a second time.

‘TV’s Top 5’: John Landgraf on the State of FX; Inside Franchise Hopes for ‘All American’

During this week’s podcast, hosts Lesley Goldberg and Daniel Fienberg break down a busy week of TV news and welcome ‘Homecoming’ showrunner Nkechi Carroll and the FX CEO for two very different conversations.