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These are the winners - and the losers

These are the winners – and the losers

10.01.2022, 06:3810.01.2022, 12:37

Western family drama “The Power of the Dog” won the Golden Globe Award for Best Dramatic Picture. the Movie It also brought in a Globe Award for New Zealand director Jane Campion and supporting Australian actor Kodi Smit-McPhee. Steven Spielberg’s musical West Side Story also won three Golden Globe Awards. In addition to the award for Best Motion Picture Comedy/Musical, lead actress Rachel Ziegler and supporting actress Ariana DeBose were also honored.


Bestes Filmdrama: «The Power of a Dog»

Western “The Power of the Dog” won a Golden Globe for Best Dramatic Film. He beat candidates like “Belfast” and “Dion”, among others.

Best Actor in a Drama: Will Smith

American actor Will Smith won a Golden Globe for Best Dramatic Actor. He received the award with his leading role in the sports drama “King Richard”. With Smith, Benedict Cumberbatch (“Dog Power”) and Denzel Washington (“Macbeth”) were in the running.

Best Actress, Drama: Nicole Kidman

Actress Nicole Kidman won a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Drama. She won the award with her leading role in “Being the Ricardos”. Kidman featured, among others, Kristen Stewart (“Spencer”), Jessica Chastain (“Tami Faye’s Eyes”), and Lady Gaga (“House of Gucci”).

Best Comedy Actress: Rachel Ziegler

Actress and singer Rachel Ziegler won a Golden Globe for her lead role in a comedy/musical. The 20-year-old is convinced for her role in Steven Spielberg’s ‘West Side Story’. She defeated Jennifer Lawrence (“Don’t Look”) and Emma Stone (“Cruella”), among others.

Best Comedy Actor: Andrew Garfield

Andrew Garfield won a Golden Globe as a lead actor in a comedy/musical. He persuaded in the musical “Tick, Tick…Boom!” Directed by Lin-Manuel Miranda. It’s the first Globe win of his career. Garfield defeated Leonardo DiCaprio (“Don’t Look”) and Peter Dinklage (“Cyrano”), among others.

Best Director: Jane Campion

Jane Campion won a Golden Globe for Best Director for the Western film The Power of a Dog. In addition to the New Zealander, Kenneth Brana (“Belfast”) and Steven Spielberg (“West Side Story”) were also nominated. Last year, director Chloe Chow won a Director’s Globe Award for the road movie “Nomadland.” For decades, only a few female directors were nominated. Barbra Streisand was the only Globe winner in the directing department for “Yentl” (1984) before Zhao.

Best score: Hans Zimmer

Star composer Hans Zimmer (64) won another Golden Globe. Born in Frankfurt, he won a Foreign Press Association (HFPA) award for his authorship of the science fiction drama “Dunes”. This was his 14th nomination in the “Best Film Music” category. He already has two Globes, 1995 for “The Lion King” and 2001 for “Gladiator”. With Zimmer, four other candidates fought, the Briton Johnny Greenwood (“Dog Power”), the French Alexandre Desplat (“French Dispatch”), the Spaniard Alberto Iglesias (“Parallel Mothers”) and the American German Franco (“Incanto”).

Best Comedy/Musical: “West Side Story”

Steven Spielberg’s musical “West Side Story” won a Golden Globe in the “Comedy/Musical” category. The film defeated such nominees as “Licorice Pizza”, “Cyrano” and “Don’t Look Up”. Leading actress Rachel Ziegler and supporting actress Ariana Deboss were also honored with the Globes award.

The Caliphate is the biggest winner in the series

The family saga “Succession” won three awards in the series of Golden Globes categories. As in 2020, on a Sunday evening in Beverly Hills, the somber satire about a family’s power struggle in a media company won him the award for best drama series. Jeremy Strong also won Best Actor in a Drama Series for his portrayal of his exiled son Kendall Roy. Sarah Snook won Best Supporting Actress in Television for her role as Siobhan “Chef” Roy.

In the comedy series, “Hacks” wins the working friendship between an aging Las Vegas artist and her younger writer. For the main character, based on the aging co-star Joan Rivers, Jean Smart also received the award for Best Comedy Actress. In the men’s category, Jason Sudeikis won the category for the second year in a row as American football coach Ted Lasso, who turned a British football team on its head.

The black historical drama “The Underground Railroad” won the award for Best Miniseries or TV Movie.

Best Leading Actress in a Drama Series was MJ Rodriguez in “Pose” about the New York ballroom scene in the 1980s. Other winners in both the TV and mini-series categories include Kate Winslet as a small-town detective in “Mary of Easttown” and Michael Keaton as a doctor in “Dopesick”, as well as O Yeung-su as a senior participant in the deadly community spelling “Squid Game”.

Globe without stars

The 79th Globe Awards were held without nominees and stars, and the usual television party was cancelled. The names of the winners were announced on the social networking sites of the organization. Last year, there was criticism that there were no blacks among the dozens of jury members and that HFPA jury members often accepted perks such as travel and expensive dinner parties. Then the television station NBC canceled the broadcast, several film studios ended their collaboration with the HFPA, and some stars, including Tom Cruise, returned their awards. (sda/dpa)

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