No German Victory: Both “Werk ohne Autor” by director Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck and Daniel Brühl did not prevail at the Golden Globe Awards in 2019.
The first big award ceremony of the year 2019 did not produce a German winner. The German film “Werk ohne Autor” by director Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck (45, “The Lives of Others”) had to defeat the drama “Roma” from Mexico in the category “Best Foreign Language Film” . Director Alfonso Cuarón (57) also took home the Golden Globe for Best Director.
Also actor Daniel Bruehl (40, “Rush – Everything for the Victory”), who was nominated in the category “Best Actor – Mini Series or TV movie” for his performance in “The Alienist – The encirclement” went out empty handed , The award went to former Glee star Darren Criss, 31, who, as in the fall of 2018, was honored at the Emmys for his role in the series American Crime Story: The Murder of Gianni Versace.