LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–On December 1st local time, the winners of the 34th Huading Awards Global Film Satisfaction Survey were released in Los Angeles. The Indian film “Jai Bhim” took home the 34th Huading Award for Best Global Picture, while Canadian director Denis Villeneuve won Best Global Director for “Dune” and American actor Will Smith won Best Global Actor for “King Richard”. The Best Global Actress went to Spanish goddess Penélope Cruz for “Parallel Mothers”.
The competition for Best Global Actor In a Supporting Role at the 34th Huading Awards was also fierce. In the end, the US actor Jesse Plemons won the prestigious award for his brilliant performance in “The Power of the Dog,” beating out other outstanding actors such as Troy Kotsur and Ciarán Hinds.
The 34-year-old Jesse Plemons has an ordinary appearance and mature looks, but he has distinguished himself in the talent-rich Hollywood in recent years with his simple and natural acting skills. His outstanding performances in films and television works include ‘Breaking Bad (Season 5)’, ‘Olive Kitteridge’, ‘Fargo (Season 2)’, ‘Bridge of Spies’, ‘Other People’, ‘American Made’ and so on.
Audiences appreciate his simple and honest costume, and his calm and introspective performance as George Burbank, the brother of the lead character in “The Power of the Dog.”
Ethiopian-Irish actress Ruth Negga won Best Global Actress In a Supporting Role for her character in “Passing”. The 40-year-old Ruth Negga has rich performance experience and was named the most promising newcomer as early as 2003. She played a black woman pretending to be a white woman in “Passing”, subtly interpreting the image of a woman living in an environment that is incompatible with her.
In addition, the young Italian actor Filippo Scotti won the Best Global New Actor for his role in “The Hand of God”. Japanese animation “Evangelion: 3.0+1.01 Thrice Upon a Time“ won the Best Global Animation, breaking the monopoly of American animation on this award category since the establishment of the Huading Award Global Film Satisfaction Survey. The theme song “No Time to Die” of the film “007: No Time to Die” won Best Original Song.