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Golden Globe 2016, all winners

Golden Globe 2016, all winners

Movies, TV series, directors, actors, actresses and film scores: all categories and their winners of the prizes awarded by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association

I wonder if the success at the Golden Globe in 2016 can be auspicious for the next Oscar or, on the contrary, Leonardo DiCaprio will again “settle” the awards Sunday, January 10 from.
What is certain is that the two films winners nelel major categories have something in common recourse, at least in the title: The Revenant – The revived, took home three stauette and The Martian – The Survivor, two.

In particular, The Revenant was awarded Best Drama, Best Director (Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu) and Best Dramatic Actor (Leonardo DiCaprio).
In second place of the podium-rocker it ranks instead The Martian, who won the award for Best Film and Best Actor in comedy film comedy, in the hands of Matt Damon.

Satisfaction for all Italian Ennio Morricone, who won yet another Globe for a soundtrack, that of The Hateful Eight: accepted the award the director Quentin Tarantino, who paid tribute to the composer comparing it to the great masters of classical music like Mozart and Beethoven .

Jennifer Lawrence is not disappointed, since his performance in Joy earned her third Globe, this time for Best Actress in the film comedy.
Moved by Sylvester Stallone, who at age 69 received his first important film award, as supporting actor for Creed.

Flop almost complete instead for Carol, who started favorite with five nominations but which remained empty-handed. Steve Jobs instead redeemed himself from a box office a little ‘gnawing, winning with Kate Winslet (Best Actress) and Aaron Sorkin (Best Screenplay).

ALL WINNERS – CINEMA
Best Drama: The Revenant (in nominations with Carol; Mad Max: Fury Road, Room, Spotlight)
Best Director: Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu – The Revenant (with nominations in Todd Haynes – Carol, Tom McCarthy – Spotlight; George Miller – Mad Max: Fury Road, Ridley Scott – The Martian)
Best Actor in a Drama: Leonardo DiCaprio – The Revenant ((in nomination with: Bryan Cranston – Trumbo, Michael Fassbender – Steve Jobs; Eddie Redmayne – The Danish Girl, Will Smith – Concussion -Area shadow)
Best Actress in a Drama: Brie Larson – Room (with nominations in: Cate Blanchett – Carol; Rooney Mara – Carol; Saoirse Ronan – Brooklyn; Alicia Vikander – The Danish Girl)
Best Picture Comedy or Musical: The Martian – Survivor (with nominations in: The big bet; Joy; Spy; Trainwreck – A disaster of girl)
Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy: Jennifer Lawrence – Joy (in with nominations: Melissa McCarthy – Spy; Amy Schumer – Trainwreck; Maggie Smith – The Lady in the Van; Lily Tomlin – Grandma)
Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy: Matt Damon – The Martian (in nomination with Christian Bale – The big challenge Steve Carell – The big challenge Al Pacino – Danny Collins, Mark Ruffalo – Infinitely Polar Bear)
Best Supporting Actor: Sylvester Stallone – Creed (in nomination with Paul Dano – Love & Mercy, Idris Elba – Beasts of No Nation, Mark Rylance – The bridge of the spies; Michael Shannon – 99 Homes)
Best Supporting Actress: Kate Winslet – Steve Jobs (in nominations with Jane Fonda – Youth; Jennifer Jason Leigh – The Hateful Eight; Helen Mirren – Trumbo; Alicia Vikander – Ex Machina)
Best Animated Feature: Inside Out (in with nominations: Anomalisa; Arlo’s journey; Snoopy & Friends – The film Peanuts; Shaun – Life as a sheep: the film)
Best Original Score: Ennio Morricone – The Hateful Eight (in nomination with: Alexandre Desplat – The Danish Girl, Carter Burwell – Carol; Daniel Pemberton – Steve Jobs, Alva Noto & Ryuichi Sakamoto – The Revenant)
Best non-English language film: The son of Saul (in with nominations: God exists and lives in Brussels; El Club, The Fencer, Mustang)
Best Screenplay: Steve Jobs – Aaron Sorkin (in with nominations: Room – Emma Donoghue; Spotlight – Josh Singer, Tom McCarthy, The great challenge – Adam McKay, Charles Randolph; The Hateful Eight – Quentin Tarantino)
Best Original Song: “Writing’s On the Wall” – Spectre (in with nominations: “Love Me Like You Do” – Fifty Shades of Grey, “One Kind of Love” – ​​Love & Mercy, “See You Again” – Furious 7; “Simple Song # 3” – Youth)
Cecil B. DeMille Award: Denzel Washington

Not only film: the Golden Globe allocate 11 categories of awards to television. Which this year bears the name of Mr. Robot and Amazon thanks to Mozart in the jungle.
UK production Wolf Hall stands out as best miniseries / TV movie.

Among the actors, few surprises among the winners in the category reserved for players, while the astonishment increased (but perhaps not so) goes to the Globe by Lady Gaga for her Countess in the miniseries American Horror Story: Hotel.

ALL WINNERS – TELEVISION
Best Drama: Mr. Robot
Best Comedy: Mozart in the Jungle
Best miniseries / TV movie: Wolf Hall
Best comedy actress: Rachel Bloom – Crazy Ex Girfriend
Best drama actress: Taraji P Henson – Empire
Best comedy actress: Gael Garcia Bernal – Mozart in the Jungle
Best drama actor Jon Hamm – Mad Men
Best Actress Miniseries: Lady Gaga – American Horror Story: Hotel
Best miniseries actor Oscar Isaac – Show Me a Hero
Best Supporting Actor: Christian Slater – Mr Robot
Best Supporting Actress: Maura Tierney – The Affair