Home Videos Photos

Susan Sarandon Breaks Down Over Nora Ephron's Death

| Filed under: AwardzSad Sad

susan sarandon nora ephron

Winning the Lifetime Achievement award at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival was bittersweet for Susan Sarandon.

While she felt gracious for the honor, she broke down in tears when she received the trophy and decided to dedicate her award to the late Nora Ephron.

Calling Nora her "friend and wonderful director," Susan also praised the editors behind her moving video montage. She thought it chronicled her work beautifully, calling it "one of the best montages I've seen."

Helen Mirren also won the award, but she accepted hers earlier in the festival.

Congrats to both of you seasoned seductresses!

[Image via WENN.]

Tags: , , , , ,

Email this  »
In Honor Of Her 25th Birthday, Here Are All Of The Reasons Taylor Swift Is The QUEEN Of Awkward Award Show Dance Moves!
The Golden Globes Nominations Are IN! See Who Earned A Spot On The Ticket HERE!
MTV Reality Stars Who Died Too Soon
Stars Who Were Once Miss Golden Globe or Mr. Golden Globe!
Celebrities Who've Publicly Called Out Their Significant Others For Cheating!
Amber Rose And Wiz Khalifa: Before Their Romance Went Up In Smoke!

4 comments to “Susan Sarandon Breaks Down Over Nora Ephron's Death”

  1. 1

    I'd like my load to break down over her chin and onto those large sweater puppies of hers.

  2. Zip says – reply to this


    God bless her. I met a girl over the Internet, a Dear Soul, who was my pen-pal. She died of a long illness recently, she was one month shy of turning 19. I don't think I'll ever get over it, nor do I want to. So, I understand Ms. Sarandon perfectly. If we could only play God for a moment and save those whom we love, and the good everywhere. Still, the loss reminds us how precious their lives were, in a way that you could not know, unless you lose someone that you adore, and love–as I did.

  3. Pusi Waters says – reply to this


    Awards like that, are what make awards meaningless

  4. 4

    She was a wonderful screen writer and heard she is a good novelist (will have to visit the library and see if any of her books are available). Very funny sense of humor.