“The Power of The Dog” and “West Side Story” win Golden Globes from Boycott
“The Power of the Dog” and the new “West Side Story” won this Sunday at the 79th edition of the Golden Globes, which were boycotted by the film and television industry due to accusations of corruption and lack of diversity of the organizers of those awards.
“The Power of the Dog” three awards took, including awards for best dramatic film and best direction for the filmmaker Jane Campion, while the “remake” of “West Side Story” by Steven Spielberg took three awards, including the distinction for the best comedy or musical film.
Under the shadow of the boycott of cinema and television and entangled in numerous accusations of a lack of diversity and corruption, the Golden Globes were celebrated this Sunday with a private event, no television broadcast, no red carpet, and no Hollywood stars.
Will Smith won Best Actor in a Drama Award for “King Richard” while Nicole Kidman won the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Dramatic Motion Picture for “Being the Ricardos. “
For her part, the Latina Rachel Zegler won the statuette for the best actress in a comedy or musical film for “West Side Story ” and Andrew Garfield did the same in the male section for the tape “tick, tick … BOOM! “.
Regarding the supporting actors, the Hispanic Ariana DeBose won for “West Side Story” the award for best actress while Kodi Smit-McPhee was proclaimed as best actor for “The Power of the Dog. “
The Colombian-inspired Disney film “Encanto” won the Golden Globe for best animated film and Ryûsuke Hamaguchi’s Japanese “Drive My Car” won the award for the best feature film in a language other than English.
As for television, “Succession” swept the dramatic sections with three statuettes including the award for best drama series.
For its part, “Hacks” won two awards, counting the best comedy or musical series, and “The Underground Railroad” was the winner in the section for best-limited series, anthology series, or television movies.