Golden Globe-winning films

Sunday saw the 2020 Golden Globe Awards Ceremony - hosted once again by Reading's own Ricky Gervais. Some very deserving films, actors and actresses took home the trophies, and you can see plenty of these award-winners as part of the spring season of films from Reading Film Theatre and The Hexagon.

1917 winner of Best Film at the 2020 Golden Globes playing in Reading


Winner: Best Film (Drama) and Best Director (Sam Mendes)

Amid the anarchic chaos of the First World War, two young British soldiers are tasked with carrying a critical warning message across enemy territory in a bid to save the lives of 1,600 men.

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Judy starring Golden Globe winner Renee Zellweger in Reading


Winner: Best Actress (Drama) - Renee Zellweger

When legendary but troubled singer and actress Judy Garland lands in London ahead of a week of sell-out shows, she doesn't waste a moment of her down time in meeting fans, friends, and even a potential new romance.

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Joker starring Golden Globe winner Joaquin Phoenix in Reading


Winner: Best Actor (Drama) - Joaquin Phoenix

With manic, random laughing fits, Arthur - clown by day, comic by night - needs to care for his sick mother. Is Joker a condemnation of austerity as it leaves the acutely vulnerable to suffer without the resources they so desperately need – with horrific consequences for the rest of society?

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The Farewell starring Golden Globe winner Awkwafina in Reading

The Farewell

Winner: Best Actress (Comedy or Musical) - Awkwafina

Billi’s Chinese family discovers that their grandmother has only a short time left to live. By returning to China under the guise of the fake wedding they stealthily say goodbye to their beloved matriarch and challenge our perceptions about death.

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Also nominated...

Le Mans '66

Wed 15 Jan, 19:30 at the Hexagon

Nominated for: 

  • Best Actor (Drama) - Christian Bale

Knives Out

Thu 16 Jan, 19:30​​​​​​​ at the Hexagon

Nominated for:

  • Best Film (Musical or Comedy)
  • Best Actress (Musical or Comedy) - Ana de Armas
  • Best Actor (Musical or Comedy) - Daniel Craig

​​​​​​​Little Women

​​​​​​​Tue 4 Feb, 19:30​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ at the Hexagon

Nominated for:

  • Best Actress (Drama) - Saoirse Ronan

Jojo Rabbit

    Fri 7 Feb, 19:30​​​​​​​ at the Hexagon

    Nominated for:

    • Best Actor (Musical or Comedy) - Roman Griffin Davis
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