Governors Awards held in Los Angeles four giants of cinema personalities have been honored. The actor and musician Harry Belafonte honored Oscar, plus Irish actress Maureen O’Hara, rennowned Japanese director Hayao Miyazaki and French screen writer Jean-Claude Carriere also included for the award nominees.
In this award ceremony, some renowned celebrities paid tribute to Reese Witherspoon, Ron Howard, Sidney Poitier and Warren Beatty included. Harry Belafonte was agreed the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award for his activism.
87-year-old actor is known for speaking out for civil rights and of his friend Martin Luther King Jr. had financed his campaign. Belafonte served as UNICEF Ambassador in the fight against HIV in Africa are also included, while they are active since 1996 in the fight against prostate cancer.
On this occasion he said that the artist may sound revolutionary civilization: I wish that I may live to see the end of the century that Hollywood does in this century. Perhaps for civilization game-changer. Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Miyazaki.
73-year-old Miyazaki three times been nominated for an Oscar for animation films, and in 2002 a Spirited Away’ for the prize was awarded. Jean-Claude Carriere worked in many films, but they were not even nominated at the Oscars. His introduction Liam Neeson and Clint Eastwood remembered the events of the film with them. Career of the French, German and English films including Hotel Paradiso written scenarios, Die Blechtrommel and The Unbearable Lightness of Being and Goya’s Ghost.