The main awards went to the films “Three Billboard on the border of Ebbing, Missouri” and “Lady Bird.” “Dislike” – in the span.
On the night of January 8, the 75th annual Golden Globe Awards ceremony, which is called the second most important after the Oscars, ended in Los Angeles . The main awards took “Lady Bird” and “Three billboards on the border of Ebbing, Missouri.”
The Martin McDona film Three Billboards on the Border of Ebbing, Missouri received four statuettes from six nominations. The picture of a woman who fights with the authorities for justice was recognized as the best dramatic film. The tape also received an award for best screenplay. The leading actress Frances McDormand was awarded the Golden Globe for Best Dramatic Role, and actor Sam Rockwell for Best Secondary Dramatic Role. In Russia, the rental of “billboards” will begin on February 1.
The drama “Lady Bird” about a high school student (Sirsha Ronan), who wants to run away from home, was recognized as the best film in the “musical or comedy” category. This is the debut work of director Greta Gerwig. Ronan was awarded the statuette for the best role in the comedy or musical category. In Russia, the picture starts on March 15.
One of the triumphant film awards was the series “The Big Little Lie” with Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman and Shailene Woodley. He received four awards, including for “the best mini-series or television film.”
“Dislike” of Russian director Andrei Zvyagintsev lost the award of the German drama with Diane Kruger “At the Limit”. Golden Globe for the best role in a mini-series or a TV movie was suddenly won by Ewan McGregor, who played in the third season of Fargo.
The best actor of a comedy film / musical was named James Franco for his role in “Woe-Creator”. He brought Tommy Weisho to the stage with him, but he didn’t let him go to the microphone.
The Best Koko Secret, the best drama series The Maid’s Tale, and the best comedy series The Amazing Mrs. Meisel were recognized as the best animated film.
“Golden Globe” in the “Best Director” category was the first in his career to receive Guillermo Del Toro, who became very excited when he stepped onto the stage and eventually took a break. According to him, he did not even expect that he would have to give a speech and was already about to blow his nose into a sheet of notes.
The main list of winners is as follows:
Best Drama Film
“Three billboards on the border of Ebbing, Missouri”
The best film in the category of musical / comedy
Guillermo Del Toro – “The Form of Water”
The best actor in the category of musical / comedy
James Franco – “Woe-Creator”
The best actress in the category of musical / comedy
Sirsha Ronan – “Lady Bird”
Best Dramatic Film Actor
Gary Oldman – “Dark Times”
Best Dramatic Film Actress
Francis McDormand – “Three Billboards on the Border of Ebbing, Missouri”
Best Supporting Actor
Sam Rockwell – “Three Billboards on the Border of Ebbing, Missouri”
Best Supporting Actress
Allison Jenny – “Tonya vs. All”
Martin McDonagh – “Three billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri”
Best original song
This Is Me – The Greatest Showman
“Form of water”
Best Foreign Film
“On the limit”
Best animated film
“The Mystery of Coco”
Best Drama Series
“The Handmaid’s Tale”
The best actor drama series
Sterling K. Brown – This Is Us
Best Actress Drama Series
Elizabeth Moss – The Handmaid’s Tale
The best series in the category of comedy / musical
“The Amazing Mrs. Meisel”
The best actress of the series in the category of comedy / musical
Rachel Brosnan – The Amazing Mrs. Meisel
The best actor of the series in the category of comedy / musical
Azis Ansari – “The Master is Not All-Honor”
Best mini-series or television movie
“Big little lie”
The best actor of a mini-series or television movie
Ewan McGregor – Fargo
The best actress of a mini-series or television movie
Nicole Kidman – “The Big Little Lie”
Best Supporting Actor for a TV Show, Mini-Series, or Television Film
Alexander Skarsgård – “Big Little Lie”
Best supporting actress for a serial, mini-series or television movie
Laura Dern – “Big Little Lie”