"Carol," the film which tells the love story between two women in the 1950s in New York, won no less than five nominations at the Golden Globe Awards including a nomination for best Motion Picture, Drama. The two main actresses, Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara, will face as they were both nominated in the Actress In A Motion Picture, Drama category.
The other nominations received by "Carol" are best Director and best Score. The film could therefore win five trophies but the competition will be very hard.
Note also the nomination of Alicia Vikender for her role in trans* film "The Danish Girl" which is in the Actress In A Motion Picture, Drama category. Eddie Redmayne ("The Danish Girl") is also nominated for best Actor In A Motion Picture, Drama. "The Danish Girl" is also nominated for best Score.
The openly lesbian actress Lily Tomlin was nominated for a Golden Globe for best Actress In A Motion Picture, Comedy for her lesbian role in "Grandma".
After the movies, let's see the series!
The TV Series, Comedy category includes Netflix series "Orange Is The New Black" and Amazon series "Transparent" whose main actor Jeffrey Tambor was also nominated for best Actor In A Series, Comedy.
Lily Tomlin is also nominated for her role in "Grace and Frankie".
Uzo Aduba is nominated for her role as Suzanne in "Orange Is The New Black" for the best Supporting actress in a TV series, limited series or TV movie.
Finally, Queen Latifah was nominated in the category Actress in a TV movie or limited series for her role in "Bessie" which recounts the life of bisexual blues singer Bessie Smith. In the same category, Lady Gaga is also nominated for her role in "American Horror Story: Hotel".
So who will win an award? See you on January 10th.
See the full list of nominations here: http://www.goldenglobes.com/articles/2016-nominations-announced