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The Artist bags maximum Golden Globes this year

After leading the nomination pack for the 69th Golden Globe awards, The Artist emerged as the big winner at the extravaganza by winning three trophies.

hollywood Updated: Jan 17, 2012 15:50 IST
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After leading the nomination pack for the 69th Golden Globe awards, The Artist emerged as the big winner at the extravaganza by winning three trophies.



A French romance, directed by Michel Hazanavicius, The Artist takes place in Hollywood between 1927 and 1932 . The film was adjudged the Best Motion Picture-Musical or Comedy this year. It also won the Best Original Score Motion Picture award for Ludovic Bourve, as well as the best performance by an actor in a motion picture award for Jean Dujardin.



In the small screen category, Homeland took top honours. The thriller series won the Best TV Series Drama and helped actor Claire Danes bag the Best Performance by an actress in a TV series-drama.