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The Golden Globe Awards

75th Edition

The Golden Globe Awards

where:Los Angeles
when:January 7th, 2018
address:646 N. Robertson Blvd.
West Hollywood, CA 90069
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tel:+1 (310) 657-1731
fax:+1 (310) 657-5576
email:info@hfpa.org
website:www.hfpa.org
deadline:October 31st, 2017
entry form:Online Submission

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association was founded more than 60 years ago by a group of Los Angeles-based journalists working for overseas publications. Its annual Golden Globe awards have enabled the non-profit organization to donate more than $5.5 million in the past eleven years to entertainment-related charities, as well as funding scholarships and other programs for future film and television professionals. This year the donation was more than one million dollars and the group also gave an additional $250,000 to the Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund.
Each year HFPA members interview more than 250 actors, directors, writers and producers, as well as reporting from film sets and seeing more than 300 films. Members also attend film festivals in other countries in order to seek out interesting and innovative foreign language films and establish cultural bonds with directors, actors, jurors and fellow journalists around the world. Membership meetings are held monthly and the officers and directors are elected annually.
The mission of the HFPA is:
1. To establish favorable relations and cultural ties between foreign countries and the United States of America by the dissemination of information concerning the American culture and traditions as depicted in motion pictures and television through news media in various foreign countries;
2. To recognize outstanding achievements by conferring annual Awards of Merit, (Golden Globe® Awards), serving as a constant incentive within the entertainment industry, both domestic and foreign, and to focus wide public attention upon the best in motion pictures and television;
3. To contribute to other nonprofit organizations connected with the entertainment industry and involved in educational, cultural, and humanitarian activities;
4. To promote interest in the study of the arts, including the development of talent in the entertainment field through scholarships given to major learning institutions.

2016
  • Youth by Paolo Sorrentino: Nominations for Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Jane Fonda), Best Song

2014
2011
  • I Am Love by Luca Guadagnino: Nomination Best Foreign Language Film

2010
  • Baarìa by Giuseppe Tornatore: Nomination Best Foreign Language Film

2009
  • Gomorrah by Matteo Garrone: Nomination Best Foreign Language Film

2007
  • The Queen by Stephen Frears: Best Screenplay, Best Actress (Helen Mirren)

2002
2000