Corona Dominates Golden Globe Errors | Al Anbaa Newspaper


The activities of the 78th Golden Globe Awards were held on Sunday evening, after a two-month delay due to the Corona pandemic, in an atmosphere affected by the repercussions of fighting the virus and dominated by health requirements.

The ceremony saw the attendance of the representatives directly at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills or participate virtually.

Celebrities Salma Hayek, Regina King, Margaret Robbie and Renee Zellwegers participated in the events.

Because of the pandemic, the events this year were held differently from the previous year, as the presenters, actresses Tina Fey and Amy Bowler, presented the ceremony from two different places in America, with the presence of members of health care workers and taking into account social distancing.

Tina performed from the Renobo Ballroom in New York City, while Amy performed from the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles.

Among the most prominent stations of the 78th edition of the Golden Globe Awards were technical errors, as the transmission of the speech of the first winners of the ceremony, Daniel Kaluuya, was interrupted due to technical problems, indicating the technical difficulties in the time of the Covid-19 pandemic for this hypothetical event that separated the two distant sites. Which resided in them thousands of kilometers and distributed the winners to various parts of the United States and abroad.

In general, the impact of artistic phrases and words was weaker than ever due to technical limitations, geographical divergence and health measures related to combating the Corona virus.

Only unprofessional comedians, doctors and nurses escaped these lapses with short satirical clips during the evening.

With regard to the awards, “Nomadland” won the biggest winner at the Golden Globe Awards, which also rewarded a large number of black artists in important categories, including the late Chadwick Boseman, after criticism of the lack of diversity in the body that selects the winners, while “Porat” won an award. Best comedy.

“Nomadland”, which is a tribute to contemporary “hippies”, who are “trailer dwellers” who roam the United States in their old vehicles, won the Best Dramatic Film award, while its American director, Chloe Gao, 38, became the second woman in history. The “Golden Globe” wins the Best Director award after Barbara Streisand in 1984.

Sacha Baron Cohen was chosen as the best comedian for the second part of “Borat”, while Rosamund Pike won the award for best comedic actress for “I Care Allot”.

Andra Dee won the Best Dramatic Actress title for her role in (United States Versus Billy Holiday), and the late Chadwick Bozeman won the Best Dramatic Actor award for his role in (What Renees Black Bottom).

British drama series “The Crown”, “Sheets Craig” and “The Queen Gambit” won TV Business Awards.

Emma Corinne, who played Princess Diana, Josh O’Connor, who played Prince Charles, and Jillian Anderson, who played the character of Margaret Thatcher in (The Crown), won the TV Acting Awards.

British actors Daniel Kaluuya and John Boyega and the animated movie “Soul” were among the many winners chosen by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which has been criticized for not having any blacks among its 87 members.


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