Main: Tom Hanks as Mr Rogers in 'A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood'. Inset: marielle Heller with Tom Hanks at the film's 2019 premiere. (Sony / Getty)

Ben and Fiona are back to talk 'Little Women', and 'A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood', both of which have been overlooked in the Best Director category of the Oscars. Fiona then interviews Marielle Heller, director of the latter, about celebrating the legacy of a childhood icon, and about the industry's bias against movies directed by women in awards season ("I guess I can't ignore how blatant this is").  

By
SBS Guide
Presented by
Fiona Williams, Ben Nguyen
Published on
Monday, January 27, 2020 - 14:11
File size
46.3 MB
Duration
40 min 27 sec

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