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The awards in the film categories were well split up with Atonement, No Country for Old Men, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly and Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street being awarded two Golden Globes each.
The top awards went to Atonement for Best Motion Picture (Drama), while Tim Burton’s Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street received the award for Best Motion Picture (Comedy or Musical); AMC’s “Mad Men” won for Best Television Series (Drama) and HBO’s “Extras” for Best Television Series (Comedy or Musical).
Daniel Day-Lewis received the Best Actor award in the Drama category for P.T. Anderson’s There Will Be Blood and Julie Christie for Actress (Drama) for Sarah Polley’s Away From Her. On the Comedy/Musical side of the film acting categories, Marion Cotillard won for playing Edith Piaf in the French film La Vie en Rose while Johnny Depp finally won his first Golden Globe for Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street after seven previous nominations.
Julian Schnabel picked up Best Director for The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, which also won a Golden Globe for foreign language film. Joel & Ethan Coen received the Golden Globe for Best Screenplay, and Best Animated feature went to Pixar’s Ratatouille.
Supporting actor and actress in the film category went to Javier Bardem for the Coens’ No Country for Old Men and Cate Blanchett for her turn as Bob Dylan in Todd Haynes’ I’m Not There.
In the television acting categories, John Hamm won Best Actor (Drama) for AMC’s series “Mad Men” and Glenn Close took Best Actress (Drama) for “Damages.”
Tina Fey received the Best Actress (Comedy or Musical) award for “30 Rock” and David Duchovny the Best Actor (Comedy or Musical) award for “Californication.”
Jeremy Piven and Samantha Morton took the supporting actor awards for “Entourage” and the HBO film “Longford,” respectively. “Longford” also took the award for TV Motion Picture or Mini-Series with Jim Broadbent’s acting performance also being awarded. Queen Latifah was given a Golden Globe for her performance in the HBO TV movie “Life Support.”