Top Jewish moments at the 2012 Golden Globes

A loose collection of memorable moments for Hollywood Jews and their tribal sensibilities at the Golden Globe Awards:

Howard Gordon takes home an award for best television series – drama, for “Homeland,” based on the Israeli format “Hatufim (Prisoners of War)” (but does not even mention Israel in his acceptance speech!): “I want to thank Rick Rosen at WME (William Morris Endeavor) for bringing us this project; Dana Walden and Gary Newman at 20th [Century Fox]; Les Moonves, David Nevins, who has been the great champion of this show from the beginning…(to know the full story, tune in to my upcoming series on the deepening relationship between Hollywood and Israel).

Madonna wins Best Original Song for writing and performing “Masterpiece,” the theme song from her directorial debut feature “W.E.,” which she also wrote, and thanks her distributor Harvey Weinstein, calling him “The Punisher.” A reaction shot from the crowd shows Weinstein cracking up.


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