The third and final installment of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, The Return of the King, its director, Peter Jackson, Sean Penn and Charlize Theron took top honors at the Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards.
The Return of the King took home best picture, best director honors for Peter Jackson and best acting ensemble Saturday at the ninth annual Broadcast Film Critics’ Association Awards in Beverly Hills, Calif, The Associated Press reports.
The blue-collar crime saga Mystic River won two prizes, best actor and supporting actor, for Sean Penn and Tim Robbins, respectively, while its director, Clint Eastwood, took home a previously announced lifetime achievement award.
The Beverly Hills Hotel event was organized by the Broadcast Film Critics Assn., which bills itself as the largest such group in the United States and Canada with 182 members from the television, radio and online worlds, AP reports.
The full list of awards:
Best Supporting Actor
Best Supporting Actress
Best Acting Ensemble
Best Young Actor/Actress
Best Animated Feature
Best Family Film (live action)
Best Picture Made for Television
Angels in America
Best Foreign Language Film