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58th Annual Golden Globe Awards
(Televised January 21, 2001)

Golden Globe

The Holywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) 58th Annual Golden Globe Awards honor artistic and technical excellence in motion picture and television achievements from 2000. The nominations only include films and television series released during the Eligibility Year of January 1, 2000 through December 31, 2000. To be eligible, a film must be available for a screening by the membership and have run for at least seven consecutive days in Los Angeles County. Foreign Language films need not have been released in the United States, but must be available for a screening by the membership. For a television program to be eligible, it must have aired on access television during prime time (8:00 pm-11:00 pm Monday through Saturday; 7:00 pm-11:00 pm Sunday). Motion Pictures Made for Television, mini-series and series (drama or comedy) not aired on access television must either be screened or a videotape must be sent to all active members in order to be eligible.

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Best Picture - Drama

THE GOLDEN GLOBE WENT TO:
Gladiator


Best Picture - Musical Or Comedy

THE GOLDEN GLOBE WENT TO:
Almost Famous


Best Director

THE GOLDEN GLOBE WENT TO:
Ang Lee - Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon


Best Actor In A Leading Role - Drama

THE GOLDEN GLOBE WENT TO:
Tom Hanks - Cast Away


Best Actor In A Leading Role - Musical Or Comedy

THE GOLDEN GLOBE WENT TO:
George Clooney - O Brother, Where Art Thou?


Best Actress In A Leading Role - Drama

THE GOLDEN GLOBE WENT TO:
Julia Roberts - Erin Brockovich


Best Actress In A Leading Role - Musical Or Comedy

THE GOLDEN GLOBE WENT TO:
Renée Zellweger - Nurse Betty


Best Actor In A Supporting Role

THE GOLDEN GLOBE WENT TO:
Benicio Del Toro - Traffic


Best Actress In A Supporting Role

THE GOLDEN GLOBE WENT TO:
Kate Hudson - Almost Famous


Best Screenplay

THE GOLDEN GLOBE WENT TO:
Stephen Gaghan - Traffic


Best Original Score

THE GOLDEN GLOBE WENT TO:
Lisa Gerrard, Hans Zimmer - Gladiator


Best Original Song

THE GOLDEN GLOBE WENT TO:
Things Have Changed - Wonder Boys


Best Foreign Language Film

THE GOLDEN GLOBE WENT TO:
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (frm Taiwan)


Cecil B. DeMille Award

THE GOLDEN GLOBE WENT TO:
Al Pacino


Best television series - Drama

THE GOLDEN GLOBE WENT TO:
The West Wing


Best television series - Musical Or Comedy

THE GOLDEN GLOBE WENT TO:
Sex And The City


Best Mini-Series Or Television Movie

  • Dirty Pictures
  • Fail Safe
  • For Love Or Country: The Arturo Sandoval Story
  • Nuremberg
  • On The Beach

THE GOLDEN GLOBE WENT TO:
Dirty Pictures


Best Actor In A Leading Role - Drama Series

THE GOLDEN GLOBE WENT TO:
Martin Sheen - The West Wing


Best Actor In A Leading Role - Musical Or Comedy Series

THE GOLDEN GLOBE WENT TO:
Kelsey Grammer - Frasier


Best Actor In A Leading Role - Mini-Series Or Television Movie

  • Alec Baldwin - Nuremberg
  • Brian Cox - Nuremberg
  • Brian Dennehy - Arthur Miller's Death Of A Salesman
  • Andy Garcia - For Love Or Country: The Arturo Sandoval Story
  • James Woods - Dirty Pictures

THE GOLDEN GLOBE WENT TO:
Brian Dennehy - Arthur Miller's Death Of A Salesman


Best Actress In A Leading Role - Drama Series

THE GOLDEN GLOBE WENT TO:
Sela Ward - Once And Again


Best Actress In A Leading Role - Musical Or Comedy Series

THE GOLDEN GLOBE WENT TO:
Sarah Jessica Parker - Sex And The City


Best Actress In A Leading Role - Mini-Series Or Television Movie

  • Judi Dench - The Last Of The Blonde Bombshells
  • Holly Hunter - Harlan County War
  • Christine Lahti - An American Daughter
  • Frances O'Connor - Madame Bovary
  • Rachel Ward - On The Beach
  • Alfre Woodard - Holiday Heart

THE GOLDEN GLOBE WENT TO:
Judi Dench - The Last Of The Blonde Bombshells


Best Actor In A Supporting Role - Series, Mini-Series Or Television Movie

THE GOLDEN GLOBE WENT TO:
Robert Downey, Jr. - Ally McBeal


Best Actress In A Supporting Role - Series, Mini-Series Or Television Movie

THE GOLDEN GLOBE WENT TO:
Vanessa Redgrave - If These Walls Could Talk 2

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