No black dresses more on the Screen Actors Guild Awards (SAG), but the position of women in Hollywood dominated the speeches.
The Screen Actors Guild Awards, and as more film and television distribution, a mirror of the Oscars called.
The big winner of the night was the black comedy Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri with three prizes. For best cast, best actress (Frances McDormand) and best male supporting actor (Sam Rockwell).
The film by director Martin McDonagh previously won four Golden Globes and is now definitely a favorite for the Oscars.
The British actor Gary Oldman was the best actor crown for his role as Winston Churchill in the Darkest Hour. The prize for the best female supporting role went to Allison Janney for her acting performances in I, Tonya.
The ceremony was, just like at the Golden Globes, dominated by the fight against cross-border behavior in Hollywood.
Rosanna Arquette, one of the actresses who says that Harvey Weinstein is molested, got applause when she was a prize handed out. “You’re one of the people that the silence have been broken and we have you to thank,” said Marisa Tomei, who stood at the podium.
Nicole Kidman, the award for best actress in a television movie or miniseries won for her role in Big little Lies, said in her speech: “It is amazing that careers now, even after forty years.”
Claire Foy from The crown won the award for best actress in a television series. Morgan Freeman got the career price.