‘Nomadland’, the film of Chloé Zhao, and ‘The Crown’, the series of Netflix, were the big winners in the 78th. edition of the Golden Globes, the awards given annually by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), at a ceremony held virtually and was driven by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler from two different cities.
Some gala dresses, and others in pajamas, sweatshirt or tracksuit, the nominees Y awarded were appearing in a constant carousel of videoconferences during a gala marked by the exceptional circumstances derived from the pandemic of coronavirus and that was presented live by Frey from The Rainbow Room, located in Rockefeller Center in New York, while Poehler did the same from the usual stage of the Golden Globes, the Beverly Hilton hotel in Beverly Hills, California.
In the cinematographic categories the big winner was ‘Nomadland’, the film directed by Chloé Zhao that won the Golden Globe for best dramatic film, thus imposing the great favorite, the Netflix film ‘Mank‘, which led the candidacies with six nominations and left empty. Zhao also made history by becoming the second woman to win the award for best director after the triumph 36 years ago of Barbra Streisand for ‘Yentl’.
He also got two awards’Borat, film sequel film ‘that won the Golden Globe for best film in a comedy or musical and best actor in a comedy or musical for its protagonist and director, Sacha Baron Cohen.
Posthumous Golden Globe for Chadwick Boseman
One of the most emotional moments of the night was the triumph of Chadwick Boseman, the actor who died on August 28 who won posthumously with the award for best dramatic actor for his work in ‘The mother of the blues’. The award for best dramatic actress Andra Day for ‘The United States against Billie Holiday’ and the Golden Globe for best actress in comedy or musical went to Rosamund Pike for ‘I care a lot’. Daniel Kaluuya For ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’ and Jodie Foster for ‘The Mauritanian’ they took the awards for best actor and supporting actress, respectively.
The animation tape ‘Soul‘, the new from Pixar that premiered directly on Disney + due to the pandemic, also shone in this exceptional edition of the awards, winning two awards: best animated film and best soundtrack for Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross and Jonathan Batiste.
Other film winners were Aaron Sorkin, who won the best screenplay award for ‘The Chicago 7 Trial’, ‘Minari. My Family Story ‘by Lee Isaac Chung which won the Golden Globe for best foreign language film.
‘The Crown’ sweeps through the series
In TV, the Netflix series ‘The Crown’ started as favorite with his six nominations and did not disappoint the win four prizes: Best Drama Series, Best Leading Actress in a Drama Series (for Emma Corin for her role as Lady Di), Best Leading Actor in a Drama Series (for Josh O’Connor for her role as Prince Charles of England) and Best Supporting Actress ( for Gillian Anderson for her incarnation of Margatet Thatcher).
In comedy the Canadian ‘Schitt’s Creek’ won the Golden Globe for best series and best actress for Catherine O’Hara, while the best actor award went to Jason Sudeikis for his work on ‘Ted Lasso’. And in a miniseries or telefilm the winner was ‘Lady’s Gambit’, the Netflix production that also won the best actress award for Anya Taylor-Joy, while Mark Ruffalo, With his double portrayal of twin brothers in ‘The Undeniable Truth’, he won the Golden Globe for best actor in a miniseries or telefilm.