The Golden Globes are a US award recognizing excellence in film and television.
The 93 members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) form the jury for the reputed accolade. Broadcast in January each year since 1944, the ceremony ranks as the third most-watched awards show globally, right after the Oscars and the Grammy Awards. It honors mainly US films and TV productions, but also includes a best foreign language film category.
Many women arrived on the red carpet dressed in black to show solidarity with victims of sexual abuse and harassment. In the awards, German director Fatih Akin's "In the Fade" was named best foreign language film.
Following its Golden Globes success, the musical throwback to the 1950s dominated the BAFTA awards with five gongs, including Best Film. Casey Affleck and Emma Stone picked up the Best Actor and Best Actress awards.