Winners at the Hollywood Film Awards including Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro use their stage time to talk about the US elections. Rough Cut / No Reporter narration
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Award season begun in Hollywood on Sunday (November 6, 2016) with the 20th annual Hollywood Film Awards. Winners such as Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro used their speeches to urge American voters to vote this Tuesday. DiCaprio reminded the audience the importance to talk about climate change while De Niro compared the possibility of a Donald Trump president to the "insane" character in the Stanley Kubrick movie ''Dr. Strangelove'' from 1964. The winners of the night included Best actor for Tom Hanks in 'Sully', Best Actress for Natalie Portman in 'Jackie', Best Supporting Actor for Hugh Grant in 'Florence Foster Jenkins' and Best Supporting Actress for Nicole Kidman in 'Lion'. The Hollywood Film Awards also honor new talent in the industry with Naomie Harris in 'Moonlight', who got the Hollywood Breakout Actress Award, Lily Collins in 'Rules Don't Apply' who got the New Hollywood Award and Tom Ford, director of 'Nocturnal Animals', who got the Hollywood Breakthrough Director Award. British actor and television presenter James Corden once again presented the awards.