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Sergei Rakhlin Dies: Longtime HFPA Member & Screenwriter Was 78

Sergei Rakhlin, an leisure reporter, screenwriter and longtime member of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, died on January 21, the group acknowledged. He used to be 78.

Rakhlin used to be born in Gorky, Russia in 1943, enjoying a number of key roles at some stage in his time with the HFPA, collectively with as an government producer of their annual Golden Globes awards ceremony.

“Sergei used to be a sturdy recommend for world filmmakers and prolonged pressed for his or her recognition and inclusion in Hollywood. His ardour for movies from all over the globe used to be simplest surpassed by his make stronger of the HFPA,” acknowledged HFPA President Helen Hoehne. “Sergei had a extraordinarily packed with life role at some stage in the Association, and he always cheered on the successes of his HFPA colleagues. His intelligence and kindness endeared him to someone who met him.”

Outdated to joining the embattled group in 1996, Rakhlin worked as a Favorite Producer, Ingenious Director, and focus on-prove host at WMNB TV and Radio Station, Editor-in Chief of Panorama Newspaper and as a Hollywood analyst for the Explain of America Radio Station. He wrote for magazines, newspapers and on-line publications in the U.S., Russia, Latvia, Ukraine and Central Asia, his two produced screenplays being 2016’s Brutus and 2018’s Witnesses.

Rakhlin is survived by his accomplice Emilia and son, Prick.

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