Anything L.A. Liberal Magazine
Jan 092017
 
2017 Golden Globes

Meryl Streep, the 2017 Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award Winner, gives her acceptance speech at the Golden Globe Awards. (Photo: Getty Images)

The much anticipated 74th Golden Globes didn’t disappoint! The Hollywood Foreign Press Association bestowed its awards on leading domestic and foreign artists of film and television as well as the best films and TV shows.

There was excitement, high energy, high fashion and a constellation of Hollywood’s – and the world’s – movie stars. The master of ceremony, Jimmy Fallon was entertaining, current and irreverent. This year’s Miss Golden Globes were Sylvester Stallone’s daughters Sistine, Scarlet and Sophia. The ultimate Winner of the 74th Golden Globes – with a record seven awards! – is the musical “La La Land”.

Congratulations to all 74th Golden Globes Winners! Here is the complete list:

FILM

Drama
WINNER: Moonlight

Comedy or musical
WINNER: La La Land

Actor, drama
WINNER: Casey Affleck, Manchester by the Sea

Actress, drama
WINNER: Isabelle Huppert, Elle
Thank you for letting me be who I am.

Director
WINNER: Damien Chazelle, La La Land

Actor, comedy or musical
WINNER: Ryan Gosling, La La Land

Actress, comedy or musical
WINNER: Emma Stone, La La Land

Supporting actor
WINNER: Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Nocturnal Animals

Supporting actress
WINNER: Viola Davis, Fences

Foreign language
WINNER: Elle

Animated film
WINNER: Zootopia

Screenplay
WINNER: Damien Chazelle, La La Land

Original score
WINNER: Justin Hurwitz, La La Land

Original song (songwriter’s award)
WINNER: City of Stars (from La La Land)

PRIME-TIME TELEVISION

Drama
WINNER: The Crown

Series, comedy or musical
WINNER: Atlanta

Actress, drama
WINNER: Claire Foy, The Crown

Actor, drama
WINNER: Billy Bob Thornton, Goliath

Actress, miniseries or TV movie
WINNER: Sarah Paulson, The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story

Actor, miniseries or TV movie
WINNER: Tom Hiddleston, The Night Manager

Supporting actor, series, miniseries or TV movie
WINNER: Hugh Laurie, The Night Manager

Supporting actress, series, miniseries or TV movie
WINNER: Olivia Colman, The Night Manager

Miniseries or TV movie
WINNER: The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story

Actress, comedy or musical
WINNER: Tracee Ellis Ross, Black-ish

Actor, comedy or musical
WINNER: Donald Glover, Atlanta

Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award
WINNER: Meryl Streep

 

Memorable moments of 2017 Golden Globes:

 

Jimmy Fallon’s teleprompter malfunction: the veteran of Saturday Night Live took it in stride. Fallon didn’t lose control and carried on the show as if nothing happened.

Meryl Streep’s acceptance speech, in addition to her appreciation for the Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award, shared her thoughts on the arts, journalism and freedom of the press. It was a strong political statement.
What makes an artist great is sensitivity and passion. Meryl Streep is the greatest American actress of our time: the body of her work, the awards she received and her immense popularity prove it. She has extra-ordinary sensitivity and passion. Her Golden Globes acceptance speech – which came from the same sensitivity and passion that make her one-of-a-kind artist – made her the target of the President Elect’s wrath. Aren’t artists SUPPOSED TO BE the conscience of a country?…. (Read about the impact of Streep’s speech.)

Viola Davis – 2017 Golden Globe Supporting Actress Winner (for Fences) dramatic acceptance speech and a moving introduction for Meryl Streep. (Later on, backstage Davis was asked by a reporter about her reaction to Meryl Streep’s speech. To paraphrase, Viola Davis said: there is no way that we can have a President that doesn’t represent our values. If we do, what does it say about us?)

The closing words of this brief report on the 2017 Golden Globes belong to this year’s Golden Globe Best Actress In Drama Winner, the magnificent French actress Isabelle Huppert (for her role in Elle), who expressed the feelings of the entertainment industry best: “Don’t expect the cinema to set walls and borders.”

 

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