And finally, the 2022 Golden Globes arrived. The 79th edition of the awards given by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) was held as planned in the program, behind closed doors, without a red carpet or accredited press and with the winners revealed by social networks and a complete record in a press release. ‘The power of the dog’ and ‘West Side Story’ become the winners of the cinematographic categories, while ‘Succession’, ‘Hacks’ and ‘The Underground Railroad’ do the same in the awards for television.

Hollywood’s strong boycott of the awards has taken effect. Despite being considered one of the indispensable appointments in the awards season and a way to calculate the thermometer of the race towards the Oscars, this year, the Golden Globes have stood out for their maximum discretion, getting to be in the background in the American media. The death of the comedian and actor of ‘Forced Fathers’, Bob Saget, has not helped in terms of visibility in the US media either, where they have prioritized the obituaries of the emblematic artist.

The boycott, originated following a post in the Los Angeles Times in March 2021 revealing that the HFPA had no black members Within its 100 associates, for the Hollywood industry the straw that broke the camel’s back in some awards marked by controversy, recalling other controversies such as accepting gifts to influence nominations and votes, as well as other types of behavior unethical.

But despite everything, the HFPA has moved on. In this 79th edition, ‘The power of the dog’ has prevailed over ‘Belfast’, one of the top Oscar favorites. The film by Jane Campion, who has won the award for best director, once again shows that it is stepping on the ground for the highly personal work of Kenneth Branagh. On the comedy or musical side, ‘West Side Story’ won three awards, highlighting those of best actress and supporting actress, in which Ariana DeBose aspires to repeat the success of Rita Moreno in 1961 in the awards race.

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In the year of the boycott, The HFPA has made history with the award for Micaela Jaé Rodríguez, as the first transsexual person to win a Golden Globe. The interpreter has won the award for best actress in a drama series for the third and final season of ‘Pose’.

2022 Golden Globes Winners

WHO

Best Picture: Drama

– ‘Belfast’

– ‘CODA: The sounds of silence’

– ‘Dune’

– ‘The Williams method’

– ‘The power of the dog’

Best Picture: Musical or Comedy

– ‘Cirano’

– ‘Don’t look up’

– ‘Licorice Pizza’

– ‘Tick, tick … Boom!’

– ‘West Side Story’

Best Actor: Drama

– Mahershala Ali, ‘Swan Song’

– Javier Bardem, ‘Ser los Ricardo’

– Benedict Cumberbatch, ‘The Power of the Dog’

– Will Smith, ‘The Williams Method’

-Denzel Washington, ‘Macbeth’

Best Actress: Drama

– Jessica Chastain, ‘Tammy Faye’s Eyes’

– Olivia Colman, ‘The Lost Daughter’

– Nicole Kidman, ‘Ser los Ricardo’

– Lady Gaga, ‘The Gucci House’

-Kristen Stewart, ‘Spencer’

Best Actor: Musical or Comedy

– Leonardo DiCaprio, ‘Don’t Look Up’

-Peter Dinklage, ‘Cyrano’

– Andrew Garfield, ‘Tick, tick … Boom!’

– Cooper Hoffman, ‘Licorice Pizza’

– Anthony Ramos, ‘In a New York neighborhood’

Best Actress: Musical or Comedy

– Marion Cotillard, ‘Anette’

– Alana Haim, ‘Licorice Pizza’

– Jennifer Lawrence, ‘You don’t watch it arrive’

-Emma Stone, ‘Cruella’

– Rachel Zegler, ‘West Side Story’

Best Supporting Actor

– Ben Affleck, ‘The Bar of High Hopes’

-Jamie Dornan, ‘Belfast’

– Ciarán Hinds, ‘Belfast’

– Troy Kotsur, ‘CODA: The Sounds of Silence’

– Kodi Smit-McPhee, ‘The Power of the Dog’

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Best Supporting Actress

– Caitríona Balfe, ‘Belfast’

-Ariana DeBose, ‘West Side Story’

– Kirsten Dunst, ‘The Power of the Dog’

– Aunjanue Ellis, ‘The Williams Method’

– Ruth Negga, ‘Chiaroscuro’

Best direction

– Kenneth Branagh, ‘Belfast’

– Jane Campion, ‘The Power of the Dog’

– Maggie Gyllenhaal, ‘The Lost Daughter’

-Steven Spielberg, ‘West Side Story’

– Denis Villeneuve, ‘Duna’

Best screenplay

– Paul Thomas Anderson, ‘Licorice Pizza’

– Kenneth Branagh, ‘Belfast’

– Jane Campion, ‘The Power of the Dog’

– Adam McKay, ‘Don’t Look Up’

– Aaron Sorkin, ‘Ser los Ricardo’

Best animated film

– ‘Charm’

– ‘Flee’

– ‘Luca’

– ‘My Sunny Maad’

– ‘Raya and the last dragon’

Best Foreign Language Film

– ‘Compartment No. 6’ (Finland)

– ‘Drive My Car’ (Japan)

– ‘It was the hand of God’ (Italy)

– ‘A hero’ (France)

– ‘Parallel mothers’ (Spain)

Best soundtrack

– Alexandre Desplat, ‘The French Chronicle (of the Liberty, Kansas Evening Sun)’

– Germaine Franco, ‘Encanto’

– Jonny Greenwood, ‘The Power of the Dog’

– Alberto Iglesias, ‘Parallel Mothers’

– Hans Zimmer, ‘Dune’

Best Original Song

– ‘Be Alive’, ‘The Williams Method’

– ‘Two Little Caterpillars’, ‘Charm’

– ‘Down with Joy’, ‘Belfast’

– ‘Here I am (singing my way home)’, ‘Respect’

– ‘No Time to Die’, ‘No time to die’

TV

Best Series: Drama

– ‘Lupine’

– ‘The morning program’

– ‘Pose’

– ‘The Squid Game’

– ‘Succession’

Best Series: Musical or Comedy

– ‘The great’

– ‘Hacks’

– ‘Only murders in the building’

– ‘Reserve dogs’

– ‘Ted Lasso’

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Best Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television

– ‘Dopesick: Story of an addiction’

– ‘The Lewinsky Affair’

– ‘The assistent’

– ‘Easttown Mare’

– ‘The Underground Railroad’

Best Actor: Limited Series or Movie Made for Television

– Paul Bettany, ‘Scarlet Witch and Vision’

– Oscar Isaac, ‘Secrets of a marriage’

– Michael Keaton, ‘Dopesick: Story of an Addiction’

-Ewan McGregor, ‘Halston’

– Tahar Rahim, ‘The Serpent’

Best Actress: Limited Series or Movie Made for Television

– Jessica Chastain, ‘Secrets of a Marriage’

– Cynthia Erivo, ‘Genius: Aretha’

– Elizabeth Olsen, ‘Scarlet Witch and Vision’

– Margaret Qualley, ‘The Assistant’

– Kate Winslet, ‘Easttown Mare’

Best Actor: Drama

– Brian Cox, ‘Succession’

– Lee Jung-jae, ‘The Squid Game’

– Billy Porter, ‘Pose’

– Jeremy Strong, ‘Succession’

– Omar Sy, ‘Lupino’

Best Actress: Drama

-Uzo Aduba, ‘In therapy’

-Jennifer Aniston, ‘The Morning Show’

– Christine Baranski, ‘The Good Fight’

– Elisabeth Moss, ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’

– Michaela Jaé Rodríguez, ‘Pose’

Best Actor: Musical or Comedy

– Anthony Anderson, ‘Blackish’

– Nicholas Hoult, ‘The Great’

– Steve Martin, ‘Only Murders in the Building’

– Martin Short, ‘Only Murders in the Building’

-Jason Sudeikis, ‘Ted Lasso’

Best Actress: Musical or Comedy

– Hannah Einbinder, ‘Hacks’

– Elle Fanning, ‘The Big One’

– Issa Rae, ‘Insecure’

– Tracee Ellis Ross, ‘Blackish’

– Jean Smart, ‘Hacks’

Best Supporting Actor

– Billy Crudup, ‘The Morning Show’

– Kieran Culkin, ‘Succession’

– Mark Duplass, ‘The Morning Show’

-Brett Goldstein, ‘Ted Lasso’

– O Yeong-su, ‘The Squid Game’

Best Supporting Actress

-Jennifer Coolidge, ‘The White Lotus’

– Kaitlyn Dever, ‘Dopesick: Story of an Addiction’

– Andie MacDowell, ‘The Assistant’

– Sarah Snook, ‘Succession’

– Hannah Waddingham, ‘Ted Lasso’


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