‘Moonlight’ wins Best Picture, Drama, at 2017 Golden Globe Awards
“Moonlight” has won Best Picture, Drama at the 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards tonight, Sunday, January 8, 2017, at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California. The yearly Golden Globe Awards are presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and honor the best in motion pictures and television for the prior calendar year. Jimmy Fallon was the host of the celebration, bringing his unique brand of humor to the event. The 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards ceremony was televised live on NBC.
“Moonlight” is a three-part act film that follows a young African American man from his early youth into adulthood. This character battles his sexual identity while trying to survive growing up in the projects of Miami. His mother Paula (Naomi Harris) is little help as she is deep into an addiction to crack and there is no father in sight.
This is the only Golden Globe Award that “Moonlight,” has won tonight.
“Moonlight,” has been the favorite Indy of film critics and has won accolades for Best Film by the British Film Awards, Gotham Independent Film Awards and Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards.