The 2016 Golden Globe winners announced

The 2016 Golden Globe winners announced

11 January 2016, 12:01 1852
The Revenant has triumphed at this year's Golden Globes, winning the night's most coveted prize for best dramatic film.

Leading man Leonardo DiCaprio won best actor in a drama, while Alejandro G Inarritu won for its direction.
Ridley Scott hit The Martian was named best comedy or musical film, winning a further Globe for star Matt Damon.
Room star Brie Larson was named best actress in a drama, while Jennifer Lawrence won best comedy actress.

Steve Jobs picked up the award for Aaron Sorkin's screenplay - making the biopic the only other multiple film winner of the night.
There were no awards for Todd Haynes's critically acclaimed love story Carol, nor for the much admired Spotlight.
There was also nothing for George Miller or his Mad Max reboot Fury Road, nor did The Big Short or The Danish Girl make good on any of their nominations.

As widely predicted, Pixar's Inside Out won best animated film and veteran Italian composer Ennio Morricone won his third Golden Globe for Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight.

Amazon was the big overall winner in the television categories, with two wins apiece for the streaming services' original dramas, Mr Robot and Mozart in the Jungle.
Mexican actor Gael Garcia Bernal was named best actor in a comedy or musical TV series for his role as brash conductor Rodrigo in Mozart in the Jungle, and Christian Slater won the best supporting actor in a series for Mr Robot - shutting out British star Damian Lewis (Wolf Hall) and Alan Cumming (The Good Wife).

Having missed out on an Emmy in September, Empire star Taraji P Henson was named best actress in a TV drama series and Mad Men's Jon Hamm picked up his second best actor Golden Globe for Mad Men - eight years after winning his first at the start of the series.

But, in an otherwise disparate night, the evening belonged to Alejandro G Inarritu's survivalist tale The Revenant - and the combined power of Inarritu's direction and DiCaprio's visceral performance.
The victory comes just a year after Inarritu lost the best director prize to Richard Linklater, when Inarritu's Birdman faced off with Linklater's Boyhood - though Inarritu went on to win the Oscar.