Los Angeles, US, Jan 9 (EFE).- “The Power of the Dog” and Steven Spielberg’s remake of “West Side Story” won on Sunday at the 79th edition of the Golden Globes, which were scaled back amid a boycott by the film and TV industry over allegations of corruption and lack of diversity.
“The Power of the Dog” took home three awards, including best drama film and best director for Jane Campion, while “West Side Story” also earned three trophies, including best musical or comedy film.
The awards ceremony was a private event with no live-stream, no red carpet and no Hollywood stars.
Will Smith won best actor in a drama for “King Richard” while Nicole Kidman won best actress for “Being the Ricardos.”
Rachel Zegler was named best actress in a musical or comedy for “West Side Story” and Andrew Garfield took home the best actor award in the same category for “Tick, Tick … Boom!”
Ariana DeBose won best supporting actress for “West Side Story” while Kodi Smit-McPhee won best supporting actor for “The Power of the Dog.”
Disney’s “Encanto” picked up the trophy for best animated film and Japan’s “Drive My Car” by filmmaker Ryusuke Hamaguchi won the Golden Globe for best foreign language film.
HBO’s “Succession” swept the drama category in television with three statuettes including for best drama series.
“Hacks” won two awards, including best comedy or musical series, and “The Underground Railroad” was named best limited series. EFE