“The Help” Dominates Screen Actors Guild Awards (Video)

“The Help” film captured the best picture equivalent for the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild (SAG)
Awards on Sunday.

Three out of four nominees were captured by the civil-rights era film “The Help” vesting out the popular silent movie “The Artist.”

Other winners which were part of the cast were awarded also as winners on their respective
categories. Actress Octavia Spencer won as Best Supporting Actress while Viola Davis won the Lead Actress Role.

The two winning actress played the role as black maids going public with uneasy truths about
their white employers in 1960’s Mississippi.

Other notable winners during the SAG Awards were Jean Dujardin as best actor for the silent film
“The Artist” while Christopher Plummer took the best supporting actor award for the father-son tale “Beginners.”

Meanwhile here’s the video of  “The Help” during the awarding Ceremonies:


2012 Screen Actors Guild Awards
Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer


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