The cast of "Argo" win best picture, drama. John Goodman (third from left), Alan Arkin (fourth from left), George Clooney (right), Bryan Cranston (centre). Photograph: Reuters

The cast of “Argo” win best picture, drama. John Goodman (third from left), Alan Arkin (fourth from left), George Clooney (right), Bryan Cranston (centre). Photograph: REUTERS

Thrilling, hilarious moments at the Golden Globes that held yesterday evening, Sunday  the 13th of January2013 was staged at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, Beverly Hills, California.

The cast of "Les Misérables" can't contain their joy. The film had previously won best musical or comedy. Photograph: Robyn Beck, AFP

The cast of “Les Misérables” can’t contain their joy. The film had previously won best musical or comedy. Photograph: Robyn Beck, AFP

Jessica Chastain, wins best actress in a drama for her role as a CIA spook on the hunt for Osama bin Laden in Zero Dark Thirty

Jessica Chastain, wins best actress in a drama for her role as a CIA spook on the hunt for Osama bin Laden in Zero Dark Thirty

The night was one filled with fun, we could tell with explosive splash of awards here and there. We bring you pictures from the film makers category. Hope you love them.

Daniel Day-Lewis for best actorin Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln". Photograph: REUTERS

Daniel Day-Lewis for best actor in Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln”. Photograph: REUTERS

Ben Affleck, best director for his movie, "Argo". Photograph: Reuters

Ben Affleck, best director for his movie, “Argo”. Photograph: Reuters

With the Oscars fast approaching, hope for your favorite stars to win it big at the grand event too.

Jennifer Lawrence wins best actress in David O. Russell's Silver Linings Playbook. Photograph: Robyn Beck, AFP

Jennifer Lawrence wins best actress in David O. Russell’s Silver Linings Playbook. Photograph: Robyn Beck, AFP

Mark Andrews wins best animated feature for "Brave"

Mark Andrews wins best animated feature for “Brave”

Quentin Tarantino, best original screenplay for Django Unchained. Photograph: Robyn Beck.

Quentin Tarantino, best original screenplay for Django Unchained. Photograph: Robyn Beck.

"Sky-fall" got the award for best original song. Here's award-winning singer, Adele who rendered the number, picking up the award. Photograph: Robyn Beck, AFP

“Sky-fall” got the award for best original song. Here’s award-winning singer, Adele who rendered the number, picking up the award. Photograph: Robyn Beck, AFP

Hugh Jackman bags best actor award for his part in Les Mis. Photograph: Robyn Beck, AFP

Hugh Jackman bags best actor award for his part in Les Mis. Photograph: Robyn Beck, AFP

Michael Haneke for best foreign film. Haneke has also been nominated for best director, best original screenplay and best film at the Oscars. Photograph: Robyn Beck, AFP

Michael Haneke for best foreign film. Haneke has also been nominated for best director, best original screenplay and best film at the Oscars. Photograph: Robyn Beck, AFP

Anne Hathaway has the best supporting actress award in in "Les Mis". Photograph: Robyn Beck, AFP

Anne Hathaway has the best supporting actress award in in “Les Mis”. Photograph: Robyn Beck, AFP

Christoph Waltz winning best supporting actor in Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained. Photograph: Robyn Beck, AFP

Christoph Waltz winning best supporting actor in Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained. Photograph: Robyn Beck, AFP

Composer Mychael Danna for best original score on Ang Lee's" Life of Pi". Photograph: Robyn Beck, AFP

Composer Mychael Danna for best original score on Ang Lee’s” Life of Pi”. Photograph: Robyn Beck, AFP

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