HFPA will reveal nominations on December 13
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) introduced on Friday that it’ll current the 79th annual Golden Globe Awards on January 9, 2022 regardless of NBC not televising the occasion and whether or not or not any channel will air the occasion. The HFPA didn’t specify any telecast plans.
The HFPA will reveal nominations on December 13. The deadline for film and tv submission entry types is November 15.
The HFPA beforehand sent out a letter to studios detailing the eligibility guidelines for the 79th Golden Globes. The HFPA didn’t specify if it would host an precise occasion to offer out the awards.
NBC announced on May 10 that it’ll not air the Golden Globe Awards in 2022 as a result of HFPA not setting a timeline for change following controversy concerning its lack of range. Earlier in May, the HFPA had an accredited plan for reform that would come with growing its variety of folks of coloration, in addition to new restrictions on items that members might obtain.
NBC said it believes the HFPA is dedicated to significant reform, and it added that the group will want time to do it proper. However, executives had been involved that the HFPA didn’t set a timeline for these modifications, nor did it show motion towards rethinking membership targets.
Although NBC won’t air the Golden Globes subsequent yr, the community said that it’s hopeful to be ready to air the present in 2023.
Two anime function movies have been nominated in earlier Golden Globe Awards. Hayao Miyazaki‘s The Wind Rises was nominated for the “Best Foreign Language Film” award on the 71st Golden Globes, and Mamoru Hosoda‘s Mirai was nominated for the “Best Motion Picture – Animated” award on the 76th Golden Globes. The Golden Globes changed its guidelines in 2014 to stipulate that overseas animated movies should compete within the Best Animated Feature class, and are not eligible for the Best Foreign Language Film class.
Source: Variety (Cynthia Littleton)