Golden Globes 2013: 'Amour' Is Best Foreign Film, 'Brave' Wins Best Animated Feature
More movie winners at the 2013 Golden Globe Award have been announced. Austrian filmmaker Michael Haneke picked up the prize for Best Foreign Film thanks to his critically-acclaimed pic "Amour".
Accepting the award from fellow Austrian Arnold Schwarzenegger and action veteran Sylvester Stallone, Haneke joked, "I never thought I would get an award in Hollywood by an Austrian." He added, "If this prize is in my hand, I think the base is for me and crew, but the globe is for both my actors."
While on stage, Schwarzenegger and Stallone also made a joke as they fought over whose English was worse. "Seriously. I can't be as bad as you. It's embarrassing!" Sly told his longtime friend, making the audience burst in laughters.
Later on, Jessica Chastain went to the stage but not to promote her controversial Oscar-nominated film "Zero Dark Thirty (2012)". She introduced a sneak peek at her other thriller, "Mama", instead. The spooky film was produced by Guillermo del Toro.
The winner of Best Animated Feature Film was later revealed as director Mark Andrews took the prize for his work in "Brave". "Holy cow! Being brave is about being true to yourself and allowing your loved ones the same freedom," Andrew said when accepting the gong from Sacha Baron Cohen, who pretended drunk onstage.
Next, Liev Schreiber introduced footage from Ang Lee's "Life of Pi", which was the most nominated film at this year's Oscars after "Lincoln". Robert Downey Jr. then showed up on stage to present the Cecil B. DeMille trophy to Jodie Foster. "The Cecil B. Demille Award says as much about the presenter as it does the recipient," Downey Jr. said.
After receiving a standing ovation as she walked to the stage, Jodie said, "I'm 50. 47 years in the film industry is a long time." She went, "I am... uh... single. No. I'm kidding. I'm not really kidding.... Love people and stay beside them." While also thanking Mel Gibson and her ex-partner Cydney Bernard, Foster concluded her speech, "Here's to the next 50 years."
More movie and TV winners are about to be announced soon at the ongoing Golden Globes, which is held at Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler team up to host the show.
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