• Grantee News

    The Delusion of Advanced Plastic Recycling Using Pyrolysis — ProPublica

    by Lisa Song, Illustrations by Max Guther, special to ProPublica ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. Last year, I became obsessed with a plastic cup. It was a small container that held diced fruit, the type thrown into […]

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    Southwestern Law School’s Entertainment And Arts Legal Clinic Funded By Golden Globe Foundation

    from swlaw.edu 680PR | 3.0 credits Southwestern Law School was founded 110 years ago on two fundamental principles: First, law schools must embrace innovation. Second, quality legal education should be available to qualified individuals regardless of socioeconomic background or life circumstances. Today, Southwestern is a top ten school for Entertainment & Media Law, Music Law, and […]

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    GGF-Restored Documentary ‘FTA’ Shows Donald Sutherland’s Anti-War Efforts

    Donald Sutherland 1935-2024 In 1971, at the height of the Vietnam War, Jane Fonda and Donald Sutherland toured an anti-war comedy show across Southeast Asia. Despite being highly controversial, it was a huge success among stationed soldiers. A documentary crew directed by Francine Parker captured the show, which featured songs, comedy sketches, and dramatic readings, […]

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    Golden Globe Foundation Diversity Fund Scholarships Presented At Cal State University Northridge

    Four California State University Northridge students have been presented with $2,500 Golden Globe Foundation Diversity Fund scholarships at the Journalism Department’s annual scholarships ceremony. Da’Janique Demery, Lucero Garcia Gonzales, Caroline Marriott, and Zipporah Pruitt received the awards at the Ferman Presentation Room of the University Library. The scholarship is designed to support juniors or seniors (with at […]

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    Film Independent Project Involve – Now Accepting Applications

    Submit Your Application Today!  For over 30 years, Project Involve has been Film Independent’s most vital and impactful program, providing invaluable hands-on filmmaking experience from inception to completion. Participants are paired with mentors at the top of their respective fields, and receive personalized guidance to help move their projects and careers forward. Filmmakers from diverse backgrounds are […]

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  • Grantee Events

    St. Elmo Village Presents Photographic Storytelling Showcase

    Event Date: June 15th, 2024 - 2:00-4:00PM

    St. Elmo Village, a Los Angeles-based charity offering weekly workshops for children and adults, will host a photographic storytelling showcase on Saturday, June 15th. St. Elmo Village initially existed as a mere group of dwellings on St. Elmo Drive in Mid-City, Los Angeles. The surrounding neighborhood, predominantly African American and Latino, was at the point […]

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    RCFP, NPPA To Host Legal Trainings For Journalists Covering 2024 Political Conventions

    From RCFP.ORG The virtual training sessions will cover journalists’ newsgathering rights, tips for safely reporting on protests, and more. The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press and the National Press Photographers Association will lead free legal training sessions for journalists covering the 2024 national political conventions this summer. The first training will take place virtually […]

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    NAACP Editing Fellowship Hosts Craft Conversation: Editing From An Agent’s Perspective

    Event Date: June 7, 2024 - NAACP+ Space for Art and Equity, Los Angeles - 11:00am-12:00pm PDT

    The conversation will bring together three top agents in the industry to discuss the business side of editing. They will provide insight on why, how and when to consider representation when pursuing a post-production career. Click here to register (Virtual and In-person)

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    Vidiots Celebrating One Year At Restored Eagle Theatre With Special Screenings

    Vidiots is celebrating the 1-year anniversary of its relaunch at the Eagle Theatre with a month of special screenings and events. Founded by women, Vidiots opened in Santa Monica as an alternative video store in 1985. For three decades, Vidiots grew its unique collection, and served a diverse, and devoted community of film lovers. Vidiots’ […]

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    National Hispanic Media Coalition To Honor Fede Alvarez, Harvey Guillén, Issa López And More At 2024 Impact Awards Gala

    Event Date: June 14th, 2024

    Co-hosted by Annie Gonzalez and Mayan Lopez, the annual awards gala celebrates the outstanding individuals making a difference in Latine communities The National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC) today announced the co-hosts and honorees for the 2024 Impact Awards Gala taking place on Friday, June 14, 2024 at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills, CA. Hosted for the second […]

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    Golden Globe Foundation Celebrates Pride Month 2024

    The Golden Globe Foundation has long championed the work of the LGBTQIA+ community, be it through the support of dedicated LGBTQIA+ organizations like Outfest or the restoration of groundbreaking films with our partners in the restoration community. This month we’re celebrating the work of three grantee organizations who are actively working to support, showcase and […]

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    Lollipop’s 6th Annual Superhero Reveal Featured on Good Day LA

    Lollipop Theater Network’s Annual Superhero Reveal took place on May 19th at the Harmony Gold Theater in West Hollywood. The event allows children to flex their creative muscles as they imagine what their superhero alter-ego would look like. Designers from the Costume Designers Guild accompanied pediatric patients they partnered with to reveal an incredible array of true […]

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