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PUBLISHED: 10:50 17 January 2008 | UPDATED: 11:28 01 July 2010

NO one swept the board at the 65th annual Golden Globe awards in Los Angeles, writes Melody Foreman. Atonement took Best Motion Picture (Drama) and Sweeney

NO one swept the board at the 65th annual Golden Globe awards in Los Angeles, writes Melody Foreman.

Atonement took Best Motion Picture (Drama) and Sweeney Todd landed Best Motion Picture (Musical or Comedy).

Four films landed more than one award, but none landed more than two. Atonement also took home Best Score for composer Dario Marianelli, and Sweeney Todd also took home Best Actor - Musical or Comedy for Johnny Depp. The Diving Bell and The Butterfly took both Best Foreign Film and Best Director, and the only other film to land more than one win was No Country For Old Men, which nabbed Best Screenplay for the Coen Brothers and Best Supporting Actor for Javier Bardem.

Best Actor (Drama) went to Daniel Day-Lewis for his blistering turn in There Will Be Blood, while Best Actress (Drama) went to Julie Christie for her excellent, if little seen, turn in Away From Her. Best Actress - Musical or Comedy went to French star Marion Cotillard for her role as Edith Piaf in La Vie En Rose, and Cate Blanchett walked away with Best Supporting Actress for her performance in I'm Not There. Finally in the film categories, Best Animated Film went to (no surprise here) Pixar's Ratatouille.

melody.foreman@archant.co.uk


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