Life Before -- and After -- the Globes

R., M.
January 2003
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;1/14/2003, Vol. 376 Issue 45, pS12
Describes responsibilities of the members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Associations (HFPA), apart from producing award shows and conducting various television-related activities. Privileges to the members of the HFPA; Selection procedure used by the organization to select its members; Recipients of the charitable contributions given by HFPA in 2002.


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