• HFPA

Trumbo, the Blacklist and the HFPA

The biographical drama Trumbo about blacklisted screenwriter Dalton Trumbo received two Golden Globes nominations in 2015: Bryan Cranston for his portrayal of Trumbo, the highest-paid screenwriter of his day, and Helen Mirren for her role as Trumbo's nemesis, Hollywood actress turned gossip columnist Hedda Hopper. The red scare that stalked America and most visibly Hollywood after the end of the Second World War was one of the most shameful chapters in the history of the United States.
  • Golden Globe Awards

In 1954 The Globes Ceremony Was The International Press of Hollywood Awards

The 1954 awards were held jointly by the HFCA (Hollywood Foreign Correspondents Association) and the FPAH (Foreign Press Association of Hollywood), the two organizations that would merge in 1955 to form the HFPA (Hollywood Foreign Press Association). The invitation came from The International Press of Hollywood for the Presentation of the Golden Globe and World Film Favorites of 1953, on Friday January 22, 1954 at Club Del Mar, 1910 Ocean Front, Santa Monica.