“The Power of The Dog” and “West Side Story” win Golden Globes from boycott

American actress Kirsten Dunst (l), New Zealand director Jane Campion (c) and British actor Benedict Cumberbatch (r) from the movie “The Power of the Dog” in a file photo. EFE / Ettore Ferrari

Los Angeles (USA), Jan 9 (EFE) .- “The Power of the Dog” and the new “West Side Story” won this Sunday at the 79th edition of the Golden Globes, which were boycotted by the industry of the cinema and the television by the accusations of corruption and lack of diversity of the organizers of those prizes.
“The Power of the Dog” won three awards, including accolades for Best Dramatic Film and Best Direction for filmmaker Jane Campion, while Steven Spielberg’s “West Side Story” remake won three more. awards, including the distinction for the best comedy or musical film.
Under the shadow of the boycott of cinema and television and entangled in numerous accusations of a lack of diversity and corruption, the Golden Globes were celebrated this Sunday with a private event, no television broadcast, no red carpet and no Hollywood stars.


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