In this week’s podcast, Deadline International Editor Nancy Tartaglione and host David Bloom catch up after Nancy’s whirlwind weekend across Europe, where she covered an audience-friendly, Asian-flavored awards night at the Berlin International Film Festival, as Golden Bear winner Black Coal, Thin Ice led a large contingent of winning Chinese and Japanese films and performances alongside Richard Linklater’s Boyhood and Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel.
Nancy then flew to London to cover BAFTA’s very influential awards. It was a big night for Warner Bros movies, and Gravity picked up six awards, including Best British Film. Among its 10 nominations, 12 Years a Slave won two big ones — best film and leading actor — and American Hustle won three more, including supporting actress.
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