Spielberg and McDonough took home Golden Globes in the leading categories

The American director Steven Spielberg received the “Golden Globe” award for the best director for his semi-autobiographical film “The Fableman Family”, the world agencies and BTA reported. And the film itself won the award for best dramatic production.

The film is an intimate narrative, largely inspired by the director’s childhood. In it, the protagonist is an American Jew who dreams of making movies in the 1960s, while his parents’ marriage is irretrievably falling apart.

Director and screenwriter Martin McDonagh won the Golden Globe for best screenplay for “The Banshees of Inisherin,” a film about a broken friendship between two men. The production also won the award for best comedy.

“Dragon Home,” “Abbott Elementary” and “The White Lotus” won the three biggest TV honors, the Golden Globes. They were honored in the TV Drama, TV Comedy and Best Limited Series, Anthology or TV Movie categories, respectively.

In the acting categories, Colin Farrell and Michelle Yeoh won the Golden Globe Awards for Best Actor and Best Actress in a Motion Picture Comedy, respectively. Farrell received the honor for his role in the McDonough production The Banshees of Inisherin, which thus ended the awards ceremony with a total of three statuettes. And Yeo won the award for his role in the film “Everything Everywhere at Once” – a production characterized as a combination of surreal comedy, science fiction, fantasy, martial arts film and animation, also dedicated to the theme of parallel universes and looming global danger.

Austin Butler won the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama for his portrayal of Elvis

Photo: AP/BTA

Their co-stars Austin Butler and Cate Blanchett received the honors in the Best Actor and Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama categories, respectively. Butler won for “Elvis” and Blanchett for “Tar”. The King of Rock biopic that won Butler’s prize was made by Baz Luhrmann. The production for which Blanchett was awarded was directed by Todd Field and for which the actress received the Volpi Cup at the Venice Film Festival last fall. The film told about the rise and fall of the conductor and composer Lydia Tarr, about the sacrifices that art demands and imposes, about the transformations that go through anyone who is absorbed in art and has left everything else behind.

In the category of best actor and best actress in a supporting role in a feature film, Jonathan Kee Quan for “Everywhere at once” and Angela Bassett for “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” won respectively.

Angela Bassett with a Golden Globe Award for her supporting role in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Photo: AP/BTA

In the category for best actor and best actress in a comedy series, Jeremy Allen White for “The Bear” and Quinta Brunson for “Abbott Elementary School” dominated. Best actor and best actress in a television drama went to Kevin Costner for “Yellowstone” and Zendaya for “Euphoria,” respectively. Evan Peters for “Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story” and Amanda Seyfried for “Falling Out” won the lead actor in a limited series, anthology or TV movie honors.

Honors for supporting role in a limited series, anthology or a movie made for television went to Paul Walter Hauser for “Blackbird” and Jennifer Coolidge for “White Lotus,” respectively. While the honors for best supporting actor in a television drama or comedy series went to Tyler James Williams for Abbott Elementary and Julia Garner for Ozark, respectively

In the best animation category, the winner is Pinocchio by Guillermo del Toro.

The Argentine film “Argentina 1985” was declared the best foreign language film.

The award for best film score went to Justin Hurwitz for ‘Babylon’, while the award for best film song went to ‘Naatu Naatu’ from the Indian film ‘RRR’.

Eddie Murphy received the Cecil de Mille Award – an honorary Golden Globe Award for Lifetime Achievement.

Related Articles

Back to top button