Al Pacino, Laura Linney, Colin Firth, Aaron Sorkin Win Satellite Awards

News   Al Pacino, Laura Linney, Colin Firth, Aaron Sorkin Win Satellite Awards Colin Firth, Anne Hathaway, Aaron Sorkin and Al Pacino are among the winners of the International Press Academy's Satellite Awards, which were announced Dec. 19 in Los Angeles.

Laura Linney
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In addition to the 34 awards categories, the Satellite Awards also presented special honors to Vanessa Williams (Mary Pickford Award), Robert A. Harris (Nikola Tesla Award), Alex Gibney (Auteur Award) and Connie Stevens (recipient of the IPA’s first-ever Humanitarian Award).

Among the theatre-related winners are Colin Firth (Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama, "The King's Speech"), Anne Hathaway (Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical, "Love and Other Drugs"), David Seidler (Original Screenplay, "The King's Speech"), Aaron Sorkin (Adapted Screenplay, "The Social Network"), Hans Zimmer (Original Score, "Inception"), Cher/Diane Warren (Original Song, "You Haven't Seen the Last of Me" from "Burlesque").

Television honors include Claire Daines (Actress in a Miniseries or a Motion Picture Made for Television, "Temple Grandin"), Al Pacino (Actor in a Miniseries or a Motion Picture Made for Television, "You Don't Know Jack"), Brenda Vaccaro (Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television, "You Don't Know Jack"), David Strathairn (Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television, "Temple Grandin"), Laura Linney (Actress in a Series, Comedy or Musical, "The Big C") and Alec Baldwin (Actor in a Series, Comedy or Musical, "30 Rock").

Sorkin's "The Social Network" also took Best Dramatic Film; and "The Big C" earned Best Television Series, Comedy or Musical.

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