Amy Sherman-Palladino, Hollywood Film Awards Season, Costume Workers
Amy Sherman-Palladino on new TV comedy drama The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Will film awards ceremonies be affected by the Hollywood sex scandals? And are costume workers underpaid?
Amy Sherman-Palladino, the screenwriter and director who found fame with hit show Gilmore Girls, discusses her latest TV comedy drama The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Set in 1950s New York, it's about an Upper West Side housewife who becomes a stand-up comic when her life takes an unexpected turn.
As the Film Awards Season gets into full swing with Spielberg's drama The Post winning at the National Board of Review, how will the sex scandals engulfing Hollywood impact on the films lauded this year, and the awards ceremonies themselves?
Are costume workers undervalued and underpaid? Gaylene Gould is joined by Catherine Kodicek, Head of Costume at the Young Vic, and Nicole Young from BECTU, to discuss the pay and conditions of costume and wardrobe professionals in theatre, film and television.
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Role Contributor Interviewed Guest Amy Sherman-Palladino Interviewed Guest Gaylene Gould Interviewed Guest Catherine Kodicek Interviewed Guest Nicole Young
- Wed 29 Nov 2017 19:15