12 Years A Slave, American Hustle and Dallas Buyers Club were among the big winners at last night's 71st Annual Golden Globes.
The Golden Globe for best picture went to Brit Steve McQueen's 12 Years a Slave. It was however a disappointing night for the rest of the British talents, who went home empty-handed, despite a handful of nominations.
David O’Russell’s American Hustle was the biggest winner of the night, picking up three awards including best motion picture, making it a favourite for to win an Oscar in March.
Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Adam won awards for their roles in the 70s set drama.
The Globe for best television series, comedy or musical was awarded to the lesser-known Brooklyn Nine-Nine, beating Lena Dunham's controversial Girls.
On a night that honoured Woody Allen's career, Cate Blanchett triumphed as best actress for her stunning performance as a disgraced socialite in Allen's Blue Jasmine.
Leonardo DiCaprio was finally awarded best actor after years of disappointment, for his role in Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street.
Finally, rather unsurprisingly Breaking Bad was awarded the Globe for best television series.