The films “Once upon a time in …” and “1917” triumphed on a night in which greater effort was requested to fight fires in Australia
Celebrities like Joaquin Phoenix, Pierce Brosnan and Cate Blanchett sent messages of support to Australia for the fires that are going on.
As part of the delivery of the Golden Globes , held yesterday in Los Angeles , the Hollywood Foreign Press recognized the best of 2019 and took time to talk about the environment, the role of women and the upcoming votes in EU .
One of the most applauded moments was for Jennifer Anniston when she read the text sent by Russell Crowe , winner as a Limited Series Actor thanks to The loudest voice.
“(He) is in Australia protecting his family from the devastating fires, but he sent this message: ‘Make no mistake, the tragedy in Australia is due to climate change and we must act based on science, move our global workforce towards renewable energies and respect our planet for the unique and amazing place it is, ” he said.
After becoming Best Drama Actor, Joaquin Phoenix asked to lead by example.
“I don’t want to shake things up but this is a disaster, it’s good that some of you have expressed your good wishes but more needs to be done about Australia. Hopefully together we can make a united front to bring about changes, it is good to vote but sometimes we have to make changes in our own lives. ”
Michelle Williams , winner of the Fosse / Verdon Limited Series Actress , referred to women. “Women, please vote for your own interests.
“It’s what men have done for years, that’s why the world looks so much like them. We are the largest voting body in this country. Let’s make it look more like us. ”
Quentin Tarantino’s ninth film , Once upon a time in … Hollywood was the most awarded with three awards: Comedy or musical film, Supporting actor for Brad Pitt and Screenplay. With two awards they stayed 1917, which rose as a drama film; Joker and Rocketman .
In terms of TV, the HBO channel was the most awarded with two Golden Globes for Succession as a Dramatic TV Series and Dramatic Series Actor, and another two for Chernobyl as a Limited Series and Supporting Actor.