Power Of The Dog, West Side Story and Succession are among the big winners at this year's Golden Globes - but the 2022 event was a very different affair to usual, held in private without celebrities following controversy over the diversity of its membership.
Winners were quietly announced on the Golden Globes website and social media, without the usual red carpet fanfare and jokes from a host, and with no broadcaster this year after the ceremony was dropped by NBC in 2021. And while celebrities and studios are usually quick to celebrate their success, there was a distinctly muted response from the stars.
It follows a Los Angeles Times expose which found the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), the organisation which runs the ceremony, had no black members voting for the awards - and included allegations of inappropriate "freebies" influencing votes.
Golden Globes 2022: The full list of winners
After promising changes had been made, the awards were held in private in LA on Sunday (early Monday morning UK time), with gothic Western Power Of The Dog winning the awards for best drama, best director for Jane Campion and best supporting actor for Kodi Smit-McPhee, who plays a young man who forms a complicated bond with a cowboy, played by British actor Benedict Cumberbatch.
Steven Spielberg's reimagining of stage musical West Side Story won the award for the best musical or comedy film, while Rachel Zegler, who stars as Maria, was named best actress in the genre.
In the TV categories, Succession was named best drama, while stars Jeremy Strong and Sarah Snook picked up awards for best actor and best supporting actress for their roles as sniping brother and sister Kendall and Shiv Roy. Strong fought off stiff competition from his on-screen father Brian Cox, who plays media mogul Logan Roy, the head of the warring, wealthy family.
Awards for big names including Will Smith and Nicole Kidman
Other big winners included Will Smith, who was named best actor in a drama film for his performance as the father of tennis stars Venus and Serena Williams in King Richard, and Nicole Kidman, who won the equivalent best actress honour for her portrayal of TV legend Lucille Ball in Being The Ricardos.
Kate Winslet was recognised for her role in Mare Of Easttown, a gritty drama in which she plays a small-town US detective, and fellow British star Andrew Garfield was honoured for his role in Lin-Manuel Miranda's tick, tick...BOOM!.
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However, while the winners list sounds starry, the event itself told a different tale. With no famous attendees or even a live-stream, it meant there were no emotional or memorable acceptance speeches, no red carpet fashion - and no barbs from hosts such as Ricky Gervais or Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, who have steered previous shows.
Those who wanted to follow at home were only able to do so by keeping an eye on the Golden Globes website and social media channels.
What has the HFPA said?
The organisation says it has overhauled its bylaws and implemented change addressing ethics and inclusion following the controversy in 2021.
During the event, the organisation's chief of diversity Neil Phillips was quoted as saying it was in a "necessary phase of progress".
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Speaking to Sky News in an exclusive interview ahead of the ceremony, HFPA president Helen Hoehne said the event had not been boycotted as such but that organisers had made the decision to hold a pared-back ceremony as a "sensitive" response to the criticism it has faced.
Despite the controversies, the awards did see history made, with Michaela Jae Rodriguez becoming the first transgender actress to win a Golden Globe - best actress in a TV drama for her portrayal of "house mother" Bianca Rodriguez in Pose, which centres around New York City's African-American and Latino LGBTQ and gender-nonconforming drag scene at the end of the 20th century.
Writing on Instagram after her award was announced, the 31-year-old said the prize was a "sickening birthday present" and would "open the door" for others.
Following the 2021 criticism, Tom Cruise handed his three previously won Golden Globes back and Scarlett Johansson spoke out against the event.
While some 2022 winners acknowledged their awards with statements on social media, the response from stars and film studios was definitely a lot more muted than usual.
Ariana DeBose, who was named best supporting actress in a film for her role in West Side Story, tweeted to say that while "there is still work to be done", having her work seen and acknowledged was "special".
Her co-star and fellow winner Zegler also posted on Twitter, saying:
"I got cast as maría in west side story on 1/9/19. and i just won a golden globe for that same performance, on 1/9/22. life is very strange."
Kidman marked her award with an Instagram Story, saying:
"Thank you for the acknowledgement! Lucille, this is for you and all the other incredible women nominated."
Here is a full list of the winners.
Best Motion Picture – Drama – The Power Of The Dog
Best Performance By An Actress In A Motion Picture – Drama- Nicole Kidman (Being The Ricardos)
Best Performance By An Actor In A Motion Picture – Drama – Will Smith (King Richard)
Best Motion Picture – Musical Or Comedy – West Side Story (2021)
Best Performance By An Actress In A Motion Picture – Musical Or Comedy – Rachel Zegler (West Side Story)
Best Performance By An Actor In A Motion Picture – Musical Or Comedy – Andrew Garfield (tick, tick…BOOM!)
Best Motion Picture – Animated – Encanto
Best Motion Picture – Foreign Language – Drive My Car
Best Performance By An Actress In A Supporting Role In Any Motion Picture – Ariana DeBose (West Side Story)
Best Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role In Any Motion Picture – Kodi Smit-McPhee (The Power Of The Dog)
Best Director – Jane Campion (The Power Of The Dog)
Best Screenplay – Kenneth Branagh (Belfast)
Best Original Score – Hans Zimmer (Dune)
Best Original Song – No Time To Die (Billie Eilis and Finneas O Connell)
Best Television Series – Drama – Succession
Best Performance By An Actress In A Television Series – Drama – Michaela Jae Rodriguez (Pose)
Best Performance By An Actor In A Television Series – Drama – Jeremy Strong
Best Television Series – Musical Or Comedy – Hacks
Best Performance By An Actress In A Television Series – Musical Or Comedy – Jean Smart (Hacks)
Best Performance By An Actor In A Television Series – Musical Or Comedy – Jason Sudeikis (Ted Lasso)
Best Television Limited Series, Anthology Series Or Motion Picture Made For Television – The Underground Railroad
Best Performance By An Actress In A Limited Series, Anthology Series Or A Motion Picture Made For Television – Kate Winslet (Mare Of Easttown)
Best Performance By An Actor In A Limited Series, Anthology Series Or A Motion Picture Made For Television – Michael Keaton (Dopesick)
Best Performance By An Actress In A Television Supporting Role – Sarah Snook (Succession)
Best Performance By An Actor In A Television Supporting Role – O Yeong-su (Squid Game)