Boyhood Takes Golden Globe Honours!
Richard Linklater coming of age film Boyhood has taken top honours at the Golden Globe awards.
The movie, which took 12 years to make, won best film drama, with Linklater named best director and Patricia Arquette best supporting actress.
British actor Eddie Redmayne won best actor in a drama for his role as physicist Professor Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything.
British actresses Joanne Froggatt and Ruth Wilson also collected prizes.
The awards, which honour both film and TV, saw Froggatt win best supporting actress in a TV series for her role in Downton Abbey.
Wilson was named best actress in a TV drama for The Affair.
Collecting the best director award, Linklater said: “I want to dedicate this to parents that are evolving everywhere and families that are just passing through this world and doing their best.”