Talks at Google gets reel with award-worthy actors, actresses and filmmakers

By Newsroom America Feeds at 28 Feb 2018

Editor’s Note: Talks at Google is our regular speaker series that brings interesting speakers and brilliant minds from all industries and backgrounds to Google campuses. Each month, we select a few favorite talks from that month, or about a particular topic.

Every year, some of the world’s most celebrated actors, actresses and others in the film industry are nominated for Academy Awards, and a lucky few of the nominees have 45 seconds to give their acceptance speeches on stage. At Google, we’ve gotten to hear from them for a bit longer than that.

In honor of the big awards ceremony this weekend, we’ve pulled together a list of the Oscar-nominated/winning actors, actresses and filmmakers who have stopped by Google over the years.

First, the 2018 nominees …

Allison Williams and Daniel Kaluuya from "Get Out"

Tom Hanks and Bob Odenkirk from "The Post"

Harrison Ford from "Blade Runner 2049"

And nominees and winners from previous years:12 Years a SlaveLionBoyhoodEx MachinaZootopiaMax Max: Fury RoadStar Wars Ep 7Big Hero 6BoxtrollsFreeheldTrumboEddie the EagleTriple 9Star Trek BeyondWe’ve got a few more seconds before the “wrap it up” music starts—if you have time to watch more, check out the 2017 Talks at Google Year in Review, subscribe to Talks at Google on YouTube, follow them on Twitter or browse their website.


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