Golden Touch Reaches Beyond Globes

Weinstein, Shelli
August 2014
Variety;8/12/2014, Vol. 325 Issue 1, p62
Trade Publication
The article discusses grants provided by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association to nonprofit organizations connected to the entertainment industry who support emerging film and television professionals, such as California State University- Los Angeles, GlobalGirl Media, and Streetlights.


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