Awards Chatter

Willem Dafoe - 'The Florida Project'

Episode Summary

One of the most recognizable and admired big screen character actors of the last 30 years reflects on decades of juggling experimental theater and films, his unconventional face and why he so often lands in edgy projects like the one for which he recently received his third Oscar nom. But first: Adam Irving, a filmmaker who received a best first documentary feature Critics' Choice Documentary Award nom for his 2016 directorial debut 'Off the Rails,' joins Scott to discuss this year's Oscar snubs of 'Jane' and 'Kedi,' doc Oscar theories of Adam Benzine and Bryan Glick and the power of Netflix in the awards sphere.

Episode Notes

One of the most recognizable and admired big screen character actors of the last 30 years reflects on decades of juggling experimental theater and films, his unconventional face and why he so often lands in edgy projects like the one for which he recently received his third Oscar nom.

But first: Adam Irving, a filmmaker who received a best first documentary feature Critics' Choice Documentary Award nom for his 2016 directorial debut 'Off the Rails,' joins Scott to discuss this year's Oscar snubs of 'Jane' and 'Kedi,' doc Oscar theories of Adam Benzine and Bryan Glick and the power of Netflix in the awards sphere.

But first: Adam Irving, a filmmaker who received a best first documentary feature Critics' Choice Documentary Award nom for his 2016 directorial debut 'Off the Rails,' joins Scott to discuss this year's Oscar snubs of 'Jane' and 'Kedi,' doc Oscar theories of Adam Benzine and Bryan Glick and the power of Netflix in the awards sphere.

Credits: Hosted by Scott Feinberg, recorded and produced by Matthew Whitehurst.