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Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama

The Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama has been awarded annually since 1944 by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Since its institution in 1943, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association is an organization of journalists who cover the film industry in the United States, but are affiliated with publications outside North America; when the awards were introduced, there was a single category for Best Picture. Starting with the 9th Golden Globe Awards, the Golden Globes split the Acting and Best Picture awards into Drama and Musical or Comedy categories. Since 1951, the only time the awards were reunified was in 1953; this award goes to the producers of the film. In the following lists, the first titles listed are winners; these are in bold and in blue background. The years given are those in which the films under consideration were released, not the year of the ceremony, which always takes place the following year. BAFTA Award for Best Film Academy Award for Best Picture Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Picture Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy Producers Guild of America Award for Best Theatrical Motion Picture Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Specific General

David Carlson

David Carlson is an American composer. Carlson studied theory and composition at the Los Angeles High School of the Arts and with Leonard Stein at the California Institute of the Arts. From 1988 to 1992 he was coordinator of the San Francisco Symphony's Unusual Music series. David Carlson's symphonic works have been performed by the Philadelphia Orchestra, the National Symphony Orchestra, the San Francisco Symphony, the BBC Symphony, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Tanglewood Festival, others, he has composed several chamber pieces, including a Cello Sonata, a large work for cello and male chorus called Nocturno, two cello concertos, as well as a large work for viola and piano called True Divided Light, premiered in 2005. Carlson is the recipient of an Academy Award in Music from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, two commissions from Meet the Composer, Chamber Music America, several other grants and fellowships, he has written four operas. The Midnight Angel, to a libretto and original story by author Peter S. Beagle, was commissioned by Opera Theatre of St. Louis, Glimmerglass Opera, Sacramento Opera.

Dreamkeepers, with an original story and libretto by Aden Ross, was commissioned by the Utah Opera in celebration of the 1996 Utah Centennial and given a new production by the Tulsa Opera in 1998. Anna Karenina, in collaboration with noted British librettist and director Colin Graham, was commissioned by Florida Grand Opera in celebration of the 2007 opening of the Ziff Opera House in Miami, with a co-production by Opera Theatre of Saint Louis. Anna Karenina received a new production in September 2010 by Opera San Jose, was performed again in April 2016 by Moores Opera Center at the University of Houston. David Carlson lived and worked in San Francisco his entire adult life and lives in Napa Valley, with his husband and partner of 33 years, Claudio Laghi. Carlson's works are published by Inc.. New York. OrchestraToccata Robotica for orchestra Serenade for chamber orchestra Episodes from the opera Anna Karenina Bear Dance on Ute Indian Rhythms Quantumsymphony Symphonic Sequences from the opera Dreamkeepers Twilight Night Lilacs Rhapsodies Quixotic Variations ConcertanteTuba Concerto for double string orchestra and harp Cello Concerto No. 1 Violin Concerto Cello Concerto No. 2 for solo cello and string orchestra or 15 solo strings Chamber musicTwo Elegies for Flute, Clarinet, Bassoon and Piano Offering for Cello and Harp Incendiary Devices Three Tone Poems for Saxophone Quartet and Piano Woodwind Quartet String Quartet No. 2 True Divided Light, for viola and piano Absolute Music for saxophone quartet Glimmerglass Fanfare for brass quintet Quantum Quartet for clarinet, viola and piano Resurrection for organ Sonata for cello and piano String Quartet No. 1 Hymnal Variations for piano 4 hands OperaAnna Karenina.

Signum Records CD: Anna Karenina, Opera in Two Acts, Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, Stewart Robertson, conductor. MS1283 The Opera America Songbook: "Himmelfarbenlied," Kelly Ann Bixby, soprano. Lyrics by Susan Kinsolving. Available on Amazon. Sheet music published by New York. Official website David Carlson's page at Carl Fischer

Tyreke Wilson

Tyreke Wilson, is an Irish footballer who plays for Waterford as an defender in a left-back role. He is a product of both the Manchester City and Cherry Orchard academies and has been capped by the Republic of Ireland at youth level. Wilson joined Ballyfermot schoolboy side Cherry Orchard. Orchard famously had produced a number of senior Irish internationals in the past, including Andy Reid and Manchester City academy graduate, Glenn Whelan. Around the same time as Wilson joined the club, Cherry Orchard signed a partnership agreement with Manchester City, forming a joint scouting network and a pathway for promising players from Dublin, to join the Premier League club's academy. At the age of 13, Wilson began training with Manchester City's youth sides. Soon after doing so, Wilson suffered a devastating leg break. On 5 July 2016, Wilson signed a four-year contract with Manchester City. On 7 February 2017 Wilson received his first call-up to train with the Man City first-team. In his second season with Man City in 2017-18, the defender made eight appearances in the Professional Development League, in which City finished in 6th place in Division 1.

He made three appearances in the group stage of the UEFA Youth League, lining out against Feyenoord and Shakhtar Donetsk. Wilson had a promising start to the 2018-19 season by being included in Pep Guardiola's senior Man City squad for their pre-season tour of the United States of America but was an unused substitute in the games against Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich. Domestically, Wilson featured nine times for City, as they finished 8th place in Division 1 of the Professional Development League. On 28 August 2018 Wilson made his EFL Trophy debut, lining out for Manchester City against Shrewsbury Town in a 1-1 draw. On the 31st January 2020, it was announced that Wilson had returned to Ireland, signing for League of Ireland Premier Division side Waterford alongside Scottish striker Matty Smith ahead of the 2020 season. Wilson has been capped by the Republic of Ireland since U15 level, he made his U19 international debut against Austria in September 2016 and went on to win a further eight caps at that level, including significant victories over Italy and Belgium.

On June 15, 2019, Wilson made his debut for the Ireland U21 side, in a 4-3 penalty shoot-out loss to Mexico. The game was the 3rd/4th place play-off for the 2019 Toulon Tournament. Wilson's older brother, John Ross Wilson plays for Bray Wanderers in the League of Ireland First Division. Like Tyreke, John Ross is a defender, their father, was an Irish underage international who played for Coventry City. As of 10 January 2020