Austrian director Michael Haneke’s old-age love story “Amour,” a surprise best-picture nominee for the Oscars, won the Globe for foreign-language film. The top prize winner at last May’s Cannes Film Festival, “Amour” is a grim yet moving portrait of an elderly woman tended by her husband as she is incapacitated by age.
Pop star Adele and co-writer Paul Epworth won for best song for their theme tune to the James Bond adventure “Skyfall.”
“Oh, my God!” Adele gushed repeatedly, before offering gratitude to the group that presents the Globes. “I’d like to thank the Hollywood Foreign Press. I never thought I’d say that.”
The prize for musical score went to Mychael Danna for the lost-at-sea tale “Life of Pi.”
Show hosts Fey and Poehler, who co-starred in the 2008 big-screen comedy “Baby Mama,” had a friendly rivalry at the Globes. Both were nominated for best actress in a TV comedy series, Fey for “30 Rock” and Poehler for “Parks and Recreation.”
“Thank you. You’re my nemesis. Thank you,” Fey replied.
Neither won. Lena Dunham claimed the comedy series Globe for “Girls.”
“Everyone’s getting a little loose now that we’re all losers,” Poehler said.
Among other TV winners, Julianne Moore won a best-actress Globe for her role as Sarah Palin in “Game Change,” which also was picked as best TV miniseries or movie and earned Ed Harris a supporting-actor prize. Best actor in a miniseries or movie went to Kevin Costner for “Hatfields & McCoys.” ”Homeland” was named best TV drama series, and its stars Claire Danes and Damian Lewis received the dramatic acting awards. Maggie Smith won as supporting actress for “Downton Abbey.”
AP Entertainment Writers Anthony McCartney and Beth Harris contributed to this report.
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