At the Golden Globes, Lily makes history as the first indigenous person to win Best Female Actor in a Dramatic Motion Picture.

Breaking Barriers 

Date -  January - 07 - 2024 By -

Gladstone's stellar performance in "Killers of the Flower Moon" alongside Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro earns her this prestigious honor.

An Unprecedented Win 

During her speech, Gladstone emphasizes that this historic win is a shared achievement, expressing gratitude to her sisters and the Blackfeet Nation.

Sharing the Victory 

Speaking in the Blackfeet language, she acknowledges the supportive community and her mother's efforts to preserve their language in schools.

Honoring Her Roots 

Gladstone discusses the importance of authentic native representation in films, highlighting the significance of telling their stories in their own words.

Native Representation 

The actor, raised on the Blackfeet Reservation until the age of 11, expresses gratitude for her upbringing and diverse tribal affiliations.

Childhood Influences 

In "Killers of the Flower Moon," Gladstone portrays Mollie Burkhart, an Osage woman married to DiCaprio's character, marking a pivotal role in her career.

Impactful Role 

Lily Gladstone's groundbreaking win, celebrating her achievement as a pivotal moment in entertainment history. 

A Historic Moment