LOS ANGELES —
Lorenzo Soria, president of the Hollywood International Press Affiliation and ragged editor of the Italian records weekly L’Espresso, died Friday, the association acknowledged. He became 68.
Soria died peacefully at his Los Angeles home, the association acknowledged in a observation, lauding his “generosity, passion” and humorousness.
“He became deeply committed to the movie exchange’s energy to heal the arena and shine a highlight on injustice,” acknowledged the team that awards the annual Golden Globes for excellence in TV and films.
The Argentinian-born Soria grew up and labored in Italy for L’Espresso sooner than turning into a Los Angeles resident in 1982. Persevering with to jot down for the weekly and for the everyday La Stampa, he coated a wide form of matters including politics and technology.
But his precise adore became interviewing “Hollywood skills and reporting about traits and changes within the movie and tv exchange,” the group acknowledged.
A member of the Hollywood International Press Affiliation since 1989, he became within the administration for larger than 25 years. After serving twice sooner than as president, his most up-to-date tenure began in 2019.
A memorial is deliberate nonetheless vital substances weren’t straight readily available, acknowledged the team, which cited an unidentified Soria family member in its announcement of his death.