In the night of 9 to 10 January, the winners of the Golden Globes were announced for the 79th time. Due to COVID, the ceremony as we know it did not take place. Instead, the awards were presented in a private setting. The Power of The Dog and West Side Story, the two big winners of the evening, happen to be Rialto films as well!
Jane Campion was awarded best director for her Western The Power of the Dog, beating out Maggie Gyllenhaal (The Lost Daughter) and Steven Spielberg (West Side Story) among others. The film was also awarded best drama film. Kodi Smit-McPhee won Best Supporting Actor for his role as Peter Gordon.
The award for best musical/comedy went to Steven Spielberg's West Side Story. The film's actresses also managed to impress the critics: Rachel Zegler was awarded Best Actress in a Musical/Comedy for her role as María, and Ariana DeBose won Best Supporting Actress for her role as Anita.
Unfortunately, both films cannot be seen on the big screen at the moment. Anyone who wants to see West Side Story needs to have a little more patience. The Power of The Dog is avaliable on Netflix. Click here for the complete winners overview.