As stars and filmmakers made a grand show at the 72nd Golden Globe Award ceremony, the coming-of-age-drama, "Boyhood" walked out with top honours.
Richard Linklater's film was nominated in five categories -- Best Motion Picture Drama, Best Director, Best Supporting Actress, Best Supporting Actor and Best Screenplay -- of which it won three awards including Best Motion Picture Drama, Best Director for Richard Linklater and Patricia Arquette for Best Supporting Role.
The film's win came as no surprise as it has already received worldwide critical acclaim and is on the top of the list of film experts. Linklater, who was acknowledged for directing the film, was clearly moved by his win.
"The bottom line is that we're all flawed in this world, no one's perfect. I want to dedicate this to parents that are evolving everywhere and families that are just passing through this world and doing their best," he said while accepting the trophy.
Meanwhile, "Fargo" was named the Best Miniseries on Television with Billy Bob Thronton winning the Best Actor for portraying the lead role in the series. The crime drama was nominated in four categories -- Best Miniseries, Best Supporting Actor in TV Miniseries, Best Actor in TV Miniseries and Best Actress in TV Miniseries.
As for the Best Actor, Eddie Redmayne beat fellow Brit actors including Benedict Cumberbatch and David Oyelowo for his portrayal of physicist Stephen Hawking in "The Theory of Everything." The 33-year-old actor has become an Oscar favourite after winning the accolades at the Golden Globes. Julianne Moore won accolades for playing a professor diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's in "Still Alice."
The show was hosted by dynamic duo Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. They hosted the show for the third consecutive year and entertained the audience with their quriky jokes and touched on topics like the sexual assault allegations against Bill Cosby and popular Sony email hack.
Below is the complete list of winners of Golden Globe Awards 2015:
Supporting Actor, Motion Picture: J.K. Simmons for "Whiplash"
Supporting Actress, Miniseries: Joanne Froggatt for "Downton Abbey"
Best Miniseries: "Fargo"
Lead Actor, Miniseries: Billy Bob Thornton for "Fargo"
Lead Actress, TV Comedy: Gina Rodriguez for "Jane the Virgin"
Best TV Comedy: "Transparent"
Best Original Score: "The Theory of Everything"
Best Original Song: John Legend and Common's "Glory," for "Selma"
Supporting Actor, TV: Matt Bomer for "The Normal Heart"
Best TV Drama: "The Affair"
Lead Actress, TV Drama: Ruth Wilson for "The Affair"
Comedic Actress, Motion Picture: Amy Adams for "Big Eyes"
Best Animated Film: "How to Train Your Dragon 2"
Supporting Actress, Motion Picture: Patricia Arquette for "Boyhood"
Best Screenplay: "Birdman"
Best Foreign Language Film: "Leviathan"
Lead Actor, TV: Jeffrey Tambor for "Transparent"
Lead Actress, Miniseries: Maggie Gyllenhaal for "The Honourable Woman"
Lead Actor, TV Drama: Kevin Spacey for "House of Cards"
Best Director: Richard Linklater for "Boyhood"
Lead Actor, Motion Picture Comedy: Michael Keaton for "Birdman"
Best Actress, Motion Picture Drama: Julianne Moore for "Still Alice"
Best Actor, Motion Picture Drama: Eddie Redmayne for "The Theory of Everything"
Best Picture, Comedy: "The Grand Budapest Hotel"
Best Picture, Drama: "Boyhood"