Hollywood Night of Offbeat Choices

Hollywood is often reductively rendered as a constellation of movie lots populated by fantastically glamorous stars surrounded by sycophants. It’s a picture that is generally not that far off the mark.

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which hosts the Golden Globes each January, has historically had an immigrant’s love of all things American. But after a year in which the studios hobbled or shuttered their indie divisions — so long, Warner Independent and Picturehouse and a robust Paramount Vantage, hello supersized blockbusters — the Hollywood foreign press lived up to its name on Sunday and paid frantic tribute to the compelling idiosyncrasies of far-flung independent cinema.

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