The reforms, accredited by members of the small Hollywood Overseas Press Affiliation (HFPA), are amongst a raft of modifications to the group
The organizers of the Golden Globes on Friday banned its members from receiving presents and free journeys from film studios and TV networks in search of to clinch awards for his or her exhibits and stars.
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The reforms, accredited by members of the small Hollywood Overseas Press Affiliation (HFPA), are among a raft of changes to the organization following an uproar over moral practices and lack of range that led to the 2022 Golden Globes ceremony being cancelled.
The HFPA mentioned in an announcement that below the brand new insurance policies on conflicts of curiosity, members “shall not be permitted to just accept promotional supplies or different presents from studios, publicists, actors, administrators or others related to movement photos and tv packages.”
Tv community NBC in Might dropped its broadcast of the January 2022 Golden Globes ceremony – one of many largest award exhibits in Hollywood – after an trade backlash over questionable practices. HFPA members had been additionally accused of creating sexist and racist remarks to celebrities at promotional occasions.
Tom Cruise returned his three Golden Globe statuettes as part of the revolt and media corporations, together with Netflix, Amazon Studios, and WarnerMedia, mentioned they might now not work with the HFPA except it made far-reaching modifications.
The HFPA has since launched into reforms that vary from a pledge to recruit Black members, appointing range consultants and establishing a hotline for grievances.
“With these updates, our members have accomplished just about the entire reforms agreed upon in Might,” the HFPA assertion mentioned.
NBC mentioned in Might that if the group carries out all its promised modifications it hopes to air the Golden Globes present once more in January 2023.