Los Angeles based film and television projects fared well at the 75th annual Golden Globe Awards which aired Sunday evening. L.A. based film and television projects received 35 total nominations in a variety of award categories, including Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Best Actor in a TV Series, Best Limited Series and Best Animated Feature.
In all, local performers and projects walked away with seven statuettes. Regional winners in film related categories included, The Disaster Artist, as James Franco won the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Motion Picture. Disney Pixar’s Coco won the award for Best Animated Feature.
In television, the cast and showrunners behind Big Little Lies walked away with four statuettes including, Best Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie, Nicole Kidman; Best Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or TV Movie, Alexander Skarsgård; Best Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie, Laura Dern and Best Limited Series or TV Movie.
For his work on This Is Us, Sterling K. Brown received the award for Best Actor in a TV Series.
“The Los Angeles region is the beating heart of the film and television industry, and is home to the best talent in the business, with the technology, facilities, and resources to match,” said Mayor Eric Garcetti. “I want to congratulate last night’s L.A.-region winners, and look forward to another year of superior creativity and storytelling.”
FilmL.A. congratulates all of yesterday’s winners, with thanks for making L.A.’s film & television industry shine!!
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