In a giving mood

Frankel, Daniel
December 2003
Daily Variety;2003 Special Golde Globe Issue, Vol. 281, p20
Trade Publication
Features the funding received by some people in the U.S. filmmaking industry from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Controversy the association has encountered in part due to its philanthropic efforts; Strategies employed to ensure no similar controversies will arise in the future; Identification of famous motion picture personalities who have received money to further promote the U.S. film industry.


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