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Journalist Rui Pedro Tendinha among new voters for the Golden Globe Awards in Hollywood – Observer

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Journalist Rui Pedro Tendinha among new voters for the Golden Globe Awards in Hollywood – Observer

Portuguese journalist Rui Pedro Tendinha is among 103 new voters which can choose the nominees and winners of the North American Golden Globe Film and Television Awards, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association said.

For the first time in its history, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association has appointed non-member professionals to vote and select Golden Globe nominees and winners, an unprecedented gesture in the name of diversity and expansion of the voting body.

“The inclusion of non-members from international markets allows us to increase the number of voters faster, maintain our international identity and maintain commitment to add qualified and experienced entertainment journalists“, – said in a statement the president of the association, Helen Höhne.

According to the association, 103 new voters from 62 countries, of which 43.5% are from Europe, 18.5% from Latin America, 17% from Asia, 9% from the Middle East and 7% from Africa.

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Among them are the journalist and film critic Rui Pedro Tendinha, who currently writes for Diário de Notícias, collaborates with other media and leads the CineTendinha project. According to the biography on the official page, the journalist is also a member of the International Federation of Film Critics.

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which organizes the Golden Globes, has about a hundred members. including the Portuguese Ruy Enriques Coimbra and Barbara de Oliveira Pinto.

In the past two years, the association has been heavily criticized by the film industry, especially after the publication of an investigation by the American newspaper Los Angeles Times in 2021, which raised doubts about the functioning and ethical behavior of this organization. .

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During the investigation, the newspaper painted an image of the association’s dubious activities, protectionist towards its members and out of touch with reality, saying that the members received large remuneration, the origin of which was opaque, and not all of them were actually journalists.

The association has also been criticized for its lack of diversity in the selection of nominees for awards first awarded in 1944.

Considered one of the season’s most important stops before the Oscars, the Golden Globe Awards were presented last January without any television ceremony or celebrity presence when the association recognized a profound reform by changing procedures and codes. behavior to respond to criticism of corruption and lack of diversity.

“Our work is not yet complete and we will continue to select and recruit new members and non-members. to grow, diversify and strengthen the Golden Globes and preserve their unique international character,” Neil Phillips, head of the association’s diversity department, said in a statement regarding the exposure of 103 new voters.

The association has yet to announce a date for the 80th Golden Globes, but The Hollywood Reporter reported last August that the ceremony would again be televised on NBC television, pointing to January 10, 2023.

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Another Portuguese club declared insolvent

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After Académica OAF, another Portuguese club is in a delicate position.

SAD CD Cova da Piedade, a team that played in the Portuguese Second League until 2021, has become the latest Portuguese sports organization to file for insolvency.

After being relegated due to failing to submit all legal paperwork to play in the Segunda Liga in 2021/2022, Margem Sul’s SAD ended up playing in Ligue 3 and decided to suspend seniors this season and juniors. football 19.

In a conversation with Lusa, club president Paulo Veiga said he was waiting “further position from the club’s legal department.” However, the club, which is also one of the largest creditors of SAD do Cova da Piedade, is confident of a football asset as early as next season: “Guaranteed next season we will have a senior team and a junior team representing the colors of Cova da Piedade.”

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Prize for the Portuguese. Andre Silva is Champions League Player of the Week

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BUTndre Silva won the competition and became the best player of the week in the Champions League, informed UEFAthis Thursday.

The former Porto striker scored in Jota’s 3-1 victory over Celtic Leipzig, scoring a brace in a match that was signed after his Portuguese compatriot equalized.

In addition, Andre Silva also provided the assist for Nkunku, scoring the first goal of this Wednesday’s game in which huge show of foreign fans.

In addition to the Leipzig striker, Di Maria (Juventus), Bellingham (Borussia Dortmund) and Di Lorenzo (Napoli) also fought in the fight for the prize, but it was the Portuguese who managed to smile after voting for the third round of the competition, the famous This Thursday is the fair.

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Eternal Portuguese deja vu – Renaissance

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At the end of the summer of 1972, exactly half a century ago, SEDES – Associação para o Desenvolvimento Económico e Social (the most famous reformist think tank during Marseilles) issued a document for the country entitled “Portugal: The country we are, the country we want to be “. The Marseille spring had already turned into autumn: Américo Thomas had just been re-elected, the colonial war had dragged on, repression had intensified, and an economic crisis was already brewing. Seeing the general frustration, and at the same time willing to go against it, the signatories of CEDES began by asking “Where will we be and how will we be in 1980?” to criticize the obstacles that overshadowed Portugal in the early 1970s.

Among the “problems that are getting worse without a solution”, emigration stood out, indicating the country’s inability to offer better living and working conditions to those who left; the growing inflationary process, reflected in the cost of living; the inevitability of economic integration in Europe when the country is not ready for international commercial competition; “disaggregation of regional economies” with “continuous depopulation of municipalities and regions” within the country; or “deterioration of public administration” when the government fails to promote a “prestigious, moralized, revitalized and efficient public sector”. “No one will have any difficulty,” continued the text, “to add to a new list of urgent questions that seriously endanger national life, about which much has been said and which, year after year, continue to wait for a sufficient solution.” Therefore, “the prevailing feeling in the country” in contemplation of the recent past and present could not but be “annoyance at urgent battles, the need for which was endlessly discussed, at decisions that were changed or postponed, and at rejected goals” or which were not clearly formulated ” .

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Between “untapped resources” and/or “lack of organizational and decision-making capacity” there was “widespread anxiety” stemming from the inevitable observation that “we are very far from the results that we could achieve thanks to the progress of the Portuguese and Portugal”. This was the macro goal of the reformist, humanist and liberalizing technocrats that SEDES brought together. “Ultimately,” they reminded Marcelo Cayetano, “the real obstacle can only be associated with the low political priority of economic and social development in our country.” So, in short, there was an urgent need to “radically change our economic, social and political way of life”, since “a national balance based on general anemia, repression and weakening of various participants” is unsustainable and pernicious.

SEDES did not know that the Estado Novo would fall in April 1974, that democracy would come in 1976, and Europe from the EEC (after EFTA) in 1986 of repression, finally gained the freedom that was discussed between the lines of the 1972 manifesto ., there would be conditions for solving (almost) all economic and social problems of development and cohesion.

Fifty years have passed since this manifesto, and almost the same number has already been in democracy. However, if we compare the above quotes with the Portuguese present, the feeling of deja vu is indescribable. SEDES wondered what the country would be like in 1980 and is wondering today (in its recent study “Ambition: Doubling GDP in 20 Years”) where we will be in 2040. It may be a replay of a sad fate: knowing (some) where to go, but never getting there!

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