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Golden Globe Awards and its full list of winners

Best Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical: Les Miserables
Best Motion Picture, Drama: Argo
Best Director, Motion Picture: Ben Affleck "Argo"
Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama: Daniel Day-Lewis "Lincoln"
Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama: Jessica Chastain "Zero Dark Thirty"

The 70th annual Golden Globe Awards revealed its 2013 winners : "Argo," "Les Miserables," "Girls," "Homeland" and "Game Change" are among the night's big winners. Having as hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, the great ceremony took place at the Beverly Hilton.

Here's the full list of winners:

  1. Best Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical: Les Miserables
  2. Best Motion Picture, Drama: Argo
  3. Best Director, Motion Picture: Ben Affleck "Argo"
  4. Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama: Daniel Day-Lewis "Lincoln"
  5. Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama: Jessica Chastain "Zero Dark Thirty"
  6. Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical: Hugh Jackman "Les Miserables"
  7. Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical: Jennifer Lawrence "Silver Linings Playbook"
  8. Best Foreign Language Film: Amour (Austria)
  9. Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture: Anne Hathaway "Les Miserables"
  10. Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture: Christoph Waltz "Django Unchained"
  11. Best TV Series, Comedy or Musical: Girls
  12. Best TV Series, Drama: Homeland
  13. Best TV Movie or Miniseries: Game Change
  14. Best Performance by an Actress in a TV series, Drama: Claire Danes "Homeland"
  15. Best Performance by an Actor in a TV Series, Drama: Damian Lewis "Homeland"
  16. Best Performance by an Actress in a TV Series, Comedy or Musical: Lena Dunham "Girls"
  17. Best Performance by an Actor in a TV Series, Comedy or Musical: Don Cheadle "House of Lies"
  18. Best Performance by an Actor in a Miniseries or TV Movie: Kevin Costner "Hatfields & McCoys"
  19. Best Performance by an Actress in a Miniseries or TV Movie: Julianne Moore "Game Change"
  20. Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries or TV Movie: Maggie Smith "Downton Abbey"
  21. Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries or TV Movie: Ed Harris "Game Change"
  22. Best Animated Film: Brave
  23. Best Screenplay for a Motion Picture: Django Unchained (Quentin Tarantino)
  24. Best Score for a Motion Picture: Life of Pi (Mychael Danna)
  25. Best Original Song, Motion Picture: "Skyfall" - Skyfall


During the night, actor Ben Affleck had his game face on as the filmmaker, who had won best director and his film best picture, found himself, time after time in the backstage press room, asked how he felt being snubbed by the Oscar in the directing category. Affleck, standing with Argo producers George Clooney and Grant Heslov, gave the usual platitudes. Variations of "tonight is purely wonderful." "If you can't be happy with a best picture nomination, your figure prospects are pretty dim."

Part of the interest is that the Academy rarely honors a film with best picture if there isn't a best director to go along with that. It was Clooney who finally cracked -- a little -- admitting less-than-stellar feelings on the snub. "I'm disappointed … he should have been nominated," Clooney said, adding that it's hard to figure out what the Academy does sometimes. He said the Argo makers talked about the snub the next day and figured to look on the positives: The film received seven nominations and is winning other awards, meaning the movie is still in the race. "It's disappointing, but we're not dead yet," Clooney said. The trio was later joined by castmembers including Alan Arkin, John Goodman and Bryan Cranston as well as composer Alexandre Desplat and Tony Mendez, the real-life CIA agent who ran the Argo affair. Clooney also praised Affleck for his instincts, which will ensure the man works for a long time. Her pointed out that Affleck was in actor jail before turning to filmmaking. "It's how you handle yourself when (in a bad spot) that creates a career and not just a great run," Cloone remarked. "He directed his way out." Affleck, meanwhile, talked of how All the President's Men was an inspiration for the film, informing the Washington D.C. segments, and said one the most important things he learned over the years is to wisely pick your collaborators. "Work with people who make you better," he said. "And I did that on this movie."


 
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