Golden Globes 2015
Prestige issue 259, February 2015
Success and surprises of the 72nd ceremony
The 72nd edition of the Golden Globes 2015, ended by a prize list reshuffling the cards before the Oscars, showing the winners in cinema and series.
The ceremony paid a tribute to the victims of the terrorist attacks at Charlie in Paris.
On the movie scene, the film of Richard Linklater Boyhood, one of the big winners of the evening, was awarded with three prizes.
A learning story over 12 years of shooting, it obtained the two major Golden Globes, best drama and best director, with an award to Patricia Arquette. The prize of best comedy was awarded to The Grand Budapest Hotel by Wes Anderson. In the category of best actress in a drama Cate Blanchett gave way to Julianne Moore, while Eddy Redmayne succeeded to Mathew McConaughey. On the series side, The affair, Transparent and Fargo were the big winners of the ceremony. Gina Rodriguez, created the surprise with her victory of best actress in a humor series, in her role in Jane the Virgin. And Kevin Spacey could finally say: «I won a Golden Globe» for House of Cards, a prize that he had escaped last year.