Award Season Winners and Nominees

  • Posted On:January 07, 2020

The Golden Globes were the first major televised awards show of the year and was hosted by UK actor and comedian Ricky Gervais. There were no real surprises with the winners at this year’s Globes, with ‘1917’ winning two Globes, Best motion picture – drama and Best director in a motion picture for Sam Mendes. ‘Once Upon a Time In Hollywood’ won Best Screenplay – motion picture, Best supporting actor – motion picture for Brad Pitt and best motion picture – musical or comedy. ‘Joker’ took home the awards for Best actor in a motion picture for Joaquin Phoenix and Best original score. 

Not only was the Golden Globe Awards hosted by a Brit, but it was a pretty big night all-round for British stars. Phoebe Waller-Bridge was named best actress in a TV series (comedy or musical) for her leading role in 'Fleabag', while the second series of the BBC show was also named best TV series (musical or comedy). Newly knighted Sir Sam Mendes also won two of the biggest prizes of the night for his war epic '1917'. Welsh star Taron Egerton was named best actor in a motion picture (comedy or musical) for playing Elton John in 'Rocketman'Meanwhile, Sir Elton also picked up a gong alongside songwriting partner Bernie Taupin, winning best original song for I’m Gonna Love Me Again. And Olivia Colman was named best actress in a TV series (drama) for her role as Queen Elizabeth II in series three of 'The Crown'.

Golden Globe Winners and nominees full list here.

Whilst the Oscar’s draw closer and the Academy are cutting it fine as they still haven’t announced their nominations yet, although predictions on nominations and winners have already started to hit the headlines.

Back here in the UK we have our full list of BAFTA nominations and ‘Joker’ leads the way with a staggering 11 nominations. ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ has 10 nominations, ‘The Irishman’ has 10 nominations, ‘1917’ has 9 nominations and ‘Little Women’ has 5 nominations. 

For the full list of BAFTA nominations please see the following link: