The Hollywood Overseas Press Affiliation (HFPA) goes forward with the 2022 version of Golden Globe Awards, regardless of not having a telecast accomplice. In a press release, posted on its web site, the HFPA mentioned the 79th ceremony of Golden Globes has been set for January 9.
The deadline for film and TV submission entry types is November 15 and the ultimate nominations will probably be revealed on December 13.
Earlier this 12 months, the HFPA obtained intense backlash after a Los Angeles Instances report revealed that the organisation counted zero Black journalists amongst its then-87 members. After the revelation, NBC, the longtime telecast accomplice for the awards, introduced that it might not be airing the 2022 iteration of the Golden Globes.
Hollywood star Tom Cruise additionally returned his three Golden Globes statues that he received for his movies ”Born on the Fourth of July”, ”Jerry Maguire” and ”Magnolia”.
In March, the HFPA had mentioned on social media that it has the intention to reform, beginning with the hiring of a range knowledgeable and an unbiased counsel amongst ”preliminary steps we’ll take over the subsequent 60 days”.
Throughout this 12 months’s Golden Globes telecast, three leaders of the HFPA — Helen Hoehne, vp; Meher Tatna, board chair and previous president; and Ali Sar, present president — had taken to the stage and addressed the controversy.
The three members confused that ”Black illustration is significant” and that they’re working to make numerous membership ”the norm”.