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The Golden Globes are back in glory: Steven Spielberg’s coronation

Colin Farrell and Best Actor in a Comedy (Matt Winkelmayer/Getty)

crowned movie The Fabelmans of the American director Steven Spielberg Best Motion Picture Drama at the Golden Globe Awards, which was held on Tuesday night. While The Banshees of Inisherin won the most awards, including Best Comedy.

And while receiving the Best Dramatic Film award, along with the Best Director award, Spielberg thanked everyone who contributed to its success, especially his late mother, knowing that “The Fablemen” It is more like an autobiography, and tells the details of Spielberg’s childhood, which oscillated between his parents’ disagreements, his exposure to anti-Semitic bullying, and his discovery of the world of cinema.

In his speech, the director mentioned that some of his films, such as ET and Close Encounters of the Third Kind, used some details from his real life, but for the first time he had the courage to use all these details from his life in one of his films.

As for a movie “The Banshees of Enshirin” In addition to the best comedy film (which is a kind of tragic comedy), it won the Best Screenplay Award for Martin McDonagh, and the Best Comedy Actor Award for the Irish Colin Farrell, which boosted his hopes of obtaining an award. Oscar award.

In addition to the winners, attention was drawn to the list of stars who attended the ceremony, especially since last year witnessed a boycott of big names, after accusing the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (organizing the ceremony) of a lack of racial, religious and gender diversity. Indeed, the stars did not disappoint, as Spielberg, Rihanna, Brad Pitt and other first-row stars in Hollywood attended, and NBC re-broadcast the ceremony live, after it announced its boycott last year.

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On the other hand, the list of absentees recorded prominent names, such as Cate Blanchett, who won the award for Best Dramatic Actress for the movie “Tar”. Other winners such as Kevin Costner (“Yellowstone”), Zendaya (“Euphoria”) and Amanda Seyfried (“The Dropout”) were also absent.

  • Best Dramatic Film: The Fablemans.
  • Best Performance by an Actress in a Dramatic Motion Picture: Cate Blanchett for her role in Tar.
  • Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture Drama: Austin Butler for his role in “Elvis”.
  • Best Comedy: “The Banshees of Enchantment”.
  • Best Comedy Actress: Michelle Yeoh, in “Everything Everywhere All at Once.”
  • Best Actor in a Comedy: Colin Farrell in “The Banshees of Enchantment”
  • Best Non-English Film: Argentina, 1985.
  • Best Director: Steven Spielberg for “The Fablemans”.
  • Best Drama Series: “House of the Dragon”.
  • Best comedy series: “Abbot Elementary”.