Bright stars at the SAG Awards in LA


Yes, and 'took place yesterday in Los Angeles, the ceremony of the' Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards'. The award,
organized by the directors' union, is awarded annually by the directors of American film and television and is' considered to be the second prize more 'important than Hollywood.

And 'The big winner of the film Help SAG Awards, the awards, now in its eighteenth edition, assigned by the union of actors in Hollywood, anticipate, slightly less than a month, the Oscar ceremony. Emma Stone, Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, Bryce Dallas Howard and Jessica Chastain are among the actresses who have allowed The Help, directed by Tate Taylor, to win the award for best cast, the equivalent, for SAG's best film .

The Help and 'based on the novel written by Kathryn Stockett and explores the themes of racism and the facade of respectability of the families of the South in the early sixties. The film has also won awards for best actress, Viola Davis, who has surpassed the competition by Glenn Close, Meryl Streep, Tilda Swinton and Michelle Williams. Even Octavia Spencer 'was chosen by the players' union for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in The 18th edition of the Help facility during the Screen Actors Guild Awards, which took' place yesterday evening in Los Angeles.

The actress plays the role Minny Jackson in the film directed by Tate Taylor. On the front man Jean Dujardin, the interpreter of the silent movie star George Valentin in The Artist has crushed the competition Demian Bichir, George Clooney, Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt won the Best Actor prize for the best while the protagonist and not ' Christopher Plummer went for his portrayal of a man who reveals his homosexuality to his son 'in Beginners.

The most surprised 'by striking SAG comes with the victory of Viola Davis who beat Meryl Streep, who plays Margaret Thatcher The Iron Lady. His interpretation and 'favored date for the Oscar race, but now this turn of events by actors, who are the category that best' among the numerous members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, shuffles the cards.