Looking Back

Macaulay Culkin at the Globes, 19091
Ana Maria BahianaNovember 29, 2017

The last years of the 20th Century are expansive times - optimism reigns, hair is big and shoulders are strong. All the while, in silence at first...

John Cassavetes and Cybil lShepherd at the 34th Golden Globes, 1978
Ana Maria BahianaNovember 28, 2017

The Studio System has its last hurrah; social and cultural turmoil shakes the US and Europe, and a massive generation - the post-war Baby Boomers...

Ana Maria BahianaNovember 28, 2017

Launched in February of 1944 with an informal luncheon at 20th Century Fox Studios ( the winners received a scroll), the Golden Globes began...

Ana Maria BahianaJanuary 8, 2016

The new century starts rough: a blast of horror and fear, wars and financial crisis. But the digital era can't, won't be stopped. The expansion of...

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Elisa LeonelliAugust 25, 2015

HFPA archivist Elisa Leonelli investigates a little-known chapter in Golden Globes history. There has been some confusion about the Henrietta...

Philip BerkAugust 20, 2015

The HFPA’s resident musical historian Phil Berk uncovers a “lost” Fox gem scored by Kurt Weill As an avid collector of Broadway musical LPs, in...

Yoram KahanaApril 8, 2015

Shady gangsters, witty femme fatales and cynical private eyes: “Noir City”, The 17th Annual Festival of Film Noir is currently under way at the ...

Jack TewksburyMarch 10, 2014

I can't help but feel different once I'm cinched into that corset for Age of Innocence. I start to carry myself differently, I stand differently,...

HFPAMarch 10, 2014

A costume is very important. Some mystical thing happens when you wear the right costume. I don't know why, but listen. When I went over to Berlin...

HFPAMarch 10, 2014

I lived in Bel Air for quite a long time. If you have a party and someone asks how to get to my house, I just say, "Buy a map." It's unbelievable...