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Lights. Camera. Set Visit – An HFPA World Tour of Movie Magic

Reflecting back on the astonishing years spent as a member of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, what strikes a nostalgic chord as the most blessed part of that journalistic journey has been the unparalleled opportunities bestowed on us to visit some of the most creative film and television production sets of the past twenty years. Imagine walking the early 1900 streets of New York in both Budapest and Wellington, built for the respective sets of The Alienist and King Kong.
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The Hollywood Reporter and the Golden Globes Partner to Raise Our Voices

“Diversity can mean more than one thing. Diversity can be an injury, diversity can be the color of your skin, diversity can mean standing up for yourself,” actress and activist Sharon Stone said at The Hollywood Reporter’s second annual “Raising Our Voices: Setting Hollywood’s Inclusion Agenda” luncheon gala which was held in partnership with the Golden Globes, East West Bank and the Wallis Annenberg GenSpace, the event’s venue.
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A Good Reason for Hollywood to (Really) Embrace Diversity

More than ten years ago, UCLA’s Entertainment and Media Research Initiative (EMRI) began producing the Hollywood Diversity Report, at first annually then biannually, covering both the film and television sectors. The report – partially funded by Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) – is unique in that it aims at providing comprehensive data analyses that relate to racial, ethnic, gender, and other forms of diversity in the entertainment industry and audiences.
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HFPA Presents Golden Globe Commemorative Plaque to Cartagena International Film Festival

HFPA Also Talks to Festival Directors   The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) presented the Golden Globe commemorative plaque to Cartagena de Indias International Film Festival (Cartagena International Film Festival), or FICCI as the festival is popularly known, which was received by Lina Rodriguez, the festival’s general director. The presentation by HFPA Board Member Barbara Gasser was held on the morning of March 28, the closing day of the 62nd edition of the festival at the old FICCI on Calle de Tejadillo at the Old City in Cartagena, Colombia.