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Awards Chatter

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Pat pat pat everyone in thank you for tuning in to episode one hundred eighty four of awards chat the hollywood reporter's awards podcast on the host scott feinberg and my guest today is one of the most revered an influential composers of the past century a pioneer of the music style minimalism who was crafted groundbreaking operas ballet symphonies and many film scores including three for which he received oscar nominations couldn't do in the hours in notes on a scandal several for arrow morris documentaries including the thin blue line and most recently one for jane brent morgan's terrific new documentary about the early work of primatology us jane goodall i'm talking about the legendary philip glass but first i sat down at the offices of the hollywood reporter with my colleague ashley collins a staff reporter who leads our coverage of legal matters ashley thank you so much for joining us thanks for having me scott it's been an interesting eleven twelve days or so here we are not getting a lot of sleep any of us and you know just covering this whole earthquake that has rocked the film industry and aftershocks of which are being felt far beyond it and that is of course the the harvey weinstein saga he's been a leading producer and distributor in this business for roughly forty years he was the focus several days ago of articles in the new york times the new yorker that featured many women alleging the it's sexually harassed assaulted or even rape them many others have since come forward with their own stories and virtually all the industry over which he sort of rained has excommunicated an of slammed him i want to ask you about the reason why it might have taken as long as it did to tell this story there are a lot of people that are going around suggesting this was an open secret that's the phrase that people who have been using an open secret in hollywood and you know one of the accusers even had suggested that the entertainment media.