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Golden Globe big winners: 'Boyhood' wins best drama film

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'Boyhood,' the innovative coming-of-age movie shot over a period of 12 years with the same actors, took home the Golden Globe for best drama film on Sunday.

The film - which took home three Globes - bested 'Foxcatcher,' 'The Imitation Game,' 'Selma' and 'The Theory of Everything.'

Actress Julianne Moore poses with the award for Best Actress - Motion Picture, Drama. AFP

Julianne Moore won the Golden Globe for best actress in a drama on Sunday for her portrayal of a woman with early-onset Alzheimer's disease in 'Still Alice.'

Moore beat Jennifer Aniston ('Cake'), Felicity Jones ('The Theory of Everything'), Rosamund Pike ('Gone Girl') and Reese Witherspoon ('Wild').

Britain's Eddie Redmayne took home the Golden Globe for best actor in a dramatic film on Sunday for his portrayal of physicist Stephen Hawking in 'The Theory of Everything.'

British actor Eddie Redmayne. AFP

Redmayne bested Steve Carell ('Foxcatcher'), Benedict Cumberbatch ('The Imitation Game'), Jake Gyllenhaal ('Nightcrawler') and David Oyelowo ('Selma').

'The Grand Budapest Hotel' won the Golden Globe for best musical or comedy film on Sunday, at the climax of the first major Hollywood awards show of the season.

Michael Keaton won the Golden Globe for best musical or comedy actor on Sunday for his role as a washed-up actor trying to revive his career in dark comedy 'Birdman.'

 Actor Michael Keaton attends the 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards. AFP

He beat Ralph Fiennes ('The Grand Budapest Hotel'), Bill Murray ('St. Vincent'), Joaquin Phoenix ('Inherent Vice') and Austria's Christoph Waltz for 'Big Eyes.'

Richard Linklater won the best director Golden Globe on Sunday for his coming-of-age movie 'Boyhood,' as the awards show neared its climax.

Linklater beat Wes Anderson ('The Grand Budapest Hotel'), Ava DuVernay ('Selma'), David Fincher ('Gone Girl') and Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu ('Birdman').

Director Richard Linklater poses with the award for Best Director - Motion Picture for 'Boyhood,' in the press room at the 72nd annual Golden Globe Awards, January 11, 2015 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California. (AFP)

Patricia Arquette won the best supporting actress Golden Globe on Sunday for her role in Richard Linklater's coming-of-age drama 'Boyhood.'

She bested rivals Jessica Chastain ('A Most Violent Year'), Keira Knightley ('The Imitation Game'), Emma Stone for 'Birdman' and Meryl Streep ('Into the Woods').

Actress Patricia Arquette, winner of Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama, Musical or Comedy for 'Boyhood.' (AFP)

'Boyhood' - from director Linklater - was shot over a 12-year period, with the same actors. It tells the story of a young boy and his older sister growing into adulthood. Arquette plays their single mother.

Arquette thanked the "visionary" Linklater for "shining a light on this woman and the millions of women like her."

Kevin Spacey landed his first-ever Golden Globe for the third season of Netflix's 'House of Cards,' where he plays a corrupt politician. "This is the eighth time I've been nominated," he said. "I cannot f----- believe I won."

American actor Kevin Spacey. AFP

Hollywood mega-star George Clooney paid tribute at Sunday's Golden Globes to the millions of people who marched in response to the Charlie Hebdo attacks in France, saying: 'Je suis Charlie.'

"Today was an extraordinary day," Clooney told the audience. "There were millions of people that marched not just in Paris but around the world. (...) They marched in support of the idea that we will not walk in fear. We won't do it. So, je suis Charlie."

George Clooney poses with the Cecil B. DeMille Award. AFP

Amazon proved itself a major player in the television field when its original program 'Transparent' won the Golden Globe for best TV series, musical or comedy and star Jeffrey Tambor won best actor.

Not only was it Amazon's first-ever Golden Globe award, 'Transparent' also became the first online series to ever win a best series award, comedy or drama, at the annual awards show.

Actor Jeffrey Tambor holds the award for Best Actor - TV Series, Comedy or Musical. AFP

"My new best friend," Tambor said of the digital media company during his acceptance speech.

The series stars Tambor as a father of three who reveals he identifies as a woman. There was a lot of love for the show on the red carpet prior to the awards. 'Shameless' star William H. Macy, nominated for best actor in a TV comedy, said he didn't bother preparing a speech because "I think Jeffrey Tambor's going to win."

In his acceptance speech, a visibly touched Tambor noted, "This is big. This is much bigger than me. Thank you to the Hollywood Foreign Press for putting us on the map and making people aware of our story."

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Best drama series: 'The Affair' (Showtime)

Best drama actor: Kevin Spacey, 'House of Cards'

Best drama actress: Ruth Wilson, 'The Affair'

Best comedy series: 'Transparent' (Amazon)

Best comedy actor: Jeffrey Tambor, 'Transparent'

Best comedy actress: Gina Rodriguez, 'Jane the Virgin'

Best mini-series or TV movie: 'Fargo' (FX)

Best mini-series or TV movie actor: Billy Bob Thornton, 'Fargo'

Best mini-series or TV movie actress: Maggie Gyllenhaal, 'The Honorable Woman'

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