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“The power of the dog” and “Love without barriers” conquered the main statuettes

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Tapes “The power of the dog” Y “Love without barriers” conquered the main statuettes this Sunday at a Golden Globes awards ceremony in which the winners were announced via social media.

New Zealander Jane Campion’s western won the Best Dramatic Film award, becoming the second female-directed production to win that award. He also won for Best Director, and Best Supporting Actor, through Kodi Smit-McPhee.

Meanwhile, the new version of “Love without barriers”Steven Spielberg’s won Best Musical or Comedy Film, while its actresses Rachel Zegler and Ariana DeBose won Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy and Best Supporting Actress, respectively.

For its part, “Charm”, the Disney production that follows a family living in an enchanted place in the mountains of Colombia, won the award for Best Animated Film.

Nicole Kidman and Will Smith won Best Actress and Best Actor in Drama Productions for their performances in “Being the Ricardos” and “King Richard: A Winning Family.”

Nicole Kidman Won The Best Actress Award For Her Work In &Quot;Being The Ricardos.&Quot;  Photo: Glen Wilson / Amazon Via Ap

Nicole Kidman won the best actress award for her work in “Being the Ricardos.” Photo: Glen Wilson / Amazon via AP

But nevertheless, none of the stars were present at the event, one of the biggest parties in Hollywood and the first stop of the film industry’s awards season. This year, the Golden Globes were overshadowed by a boycott of those who accuse the organizers of unethical practices.

Controversial accusations

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA, for its acronym in English), made up of about 100 writers linked to foreign publications, is who decides the awards and is in the eye of the hurricane for accusations of corruption and racism, among others.

The ceremony, the result of which used to boost the box office and guide expectations for the Oscars, attracted an audience of millions of people on television and set trends on social media. But this year, NBC television, in charge of the broadcast, pulled the show from its grid.

The impact on the winners on Twitter was also clouded by consternation in the United States over the death of comedian Bob Saget.

A Los Angeles Times report revealed that the HFPA had no black members, which opened the doors for more criticism from Hollywood and its biggest stars. Since the scandal exploded, the association has been quick to implement some reforms.

This Sunday, the association released prerecorded videos of actors Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jamie Lee Curtis praising the group’s work.

Disparate reactions in networks

None of the main actors celebrated their awards immediately on social networks, although DeBose and Zegler of “Love without barriers” commemorated theirs.

Zegler said she was awarded exactly three years after being cast for the role out of 30,000 applicants. “Life is very strange,” he wrote.

“There is still work to be done, but when you’ve worked so hard on a project, steeped in blood, sweat, tears and love, having the work seen and recognized will always be special. Thank you,” DeBose tweeted.

For Ariana Debose, &Quot;That The Work Is Seen And Recognized Will Always Be Special&Quot;

For Ariana DeBose, “that the work is seen and recognized will always be special”

The film’s Twitter account congratulated the cast and crew on their three Globes.

The Twitter of “Encanto” also commemorated the victory. “To celebrate! Congratulations to the cast and team of Encanto de Disney for their victory at the Golden Globes for Best Animated Film!”, the production tweeted.

“What did the Golden Globes become? It went from being a Hollywood noble time event to a Twitter thread,” writer Raymond Arroyo tweeted.

Despite the atmosphere that marked the Golden Globes, the victories of “The power of the dog” and “Love without barriers” confirm their credentials as competitors for this awards season that concludes in March with the Oscars.

The Campion-directed western starring Benedict Cumberbatch has received good reviews, as has Spielberg’s version of “Love Without Barriers” which, however, did not triumph at the box office.

“Belfast,” Kenneth Branagh’s incisive black-and-white production that recounts the explosion of violence in his hometown in the late 1960s, is considered a major contender this season, and although tonight it led with seven nominations, like “The Power of the Dog,” it only won for Best Screenplay.

Actor Andrew Garfield won Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy for his role in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “tick tick … BOOM!”

On the television side, the HBO drama “Succession,” which is about a powerful man’s family feud in the media, was awarded Best Drama Series.

With information from AFP

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