The 79th Golden Globe Awards, taking place next Monday, will highlight the philanthropic efforts of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association – the organization The Hollywood Reporter previously wrote about – with the winners announced intermittently during the 90-minute gathering at the Beverly Hilton, the HFPA revealed on Tuesday.
There will be no red carpet and no celebrities, press or non-HFPA audience in attendance – a reflection of both the dire COVID situation and the fact that HFPA is currently an unsuitable figure for many. people in Hollywood.
It’s not yet clear how those not in the room will be able to watch the ceremony if they wish to do so – a live stream is a possibility, but there are perhaps regulatory barriers to broadcasting. broadcast something “Golden Globe Awards” without the participation of NBC, which owns the rights to broadcast the Golden Globe Awards.
And NBC has decided not to participate in this year’s Globes, part of the fallout of last February LA time An introduction to the behavior and demographic structure of HFPA. The uproar resulted in many Hollywood constituencies boycotting the HFPA and prompting NBC, their longtime broadcast partner for the Globes, to refuse to air a Globes ceremony in 2022.
This year’s gathering of any kind, HFPA grantees and Kyle Bowser, svp NAACP Hollywood Bureau, will discuss their work with the organization during the ceremony.