The 78th Golden Globe Awards, hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, celebrated the best in film and television from the previous year. Despite the ongoing pandemic, the ceremony went ahead in a hybrid format, and many talented actors, directors, and filmmakers were recognized for their work. Here’s a recap of the night’s biggest winners, controversies, and impact.
Big Winners of the Night:
“Nomadland” and “The Crown” were two of the biggest winners of the night. Find out more about the awards they won and why these films and series have been so successful.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), the organization that selects the nominees and winners, came under fire for its lack of diversity and questionable ethical practices. Discover why many actors and filmmakers spoke out against the HFPA and what reforms the organization pledged to implement in response.
The Golden Globes are often seen as a precursor to the Academy Awards, and the winners of the night can often be a good indicator of who will take home an Oscar. Find out how the winners of the 78th Golden Globe Awards fared at the Oscars and what impact these awards can have on the film and television industry.
Despite its flaws, the 78th Golden Globe Awards served as a reminder of the importance of storytelling and the power of film and television to connect people from all walks of life. We can’t wait to see what the next year holds for the industry and who will be recognized for their outstanding work.