"Brokeback Mountain" took home four honors at the 10th annual Satellite Awards, Saturday for Best Motion Picture Drama, Director, Editing and Song
"Brokeback Mountain" really is a big winner at this year movie awards season. Has been named as one of AFI's Best Movies of 2005 and becoming the lead nominee of the 63rd annual Golden Globe Awards, the flick also is scoring great at the 10th annual Satellite Awards, an event organized by critics formerly affiliated with the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn.
At the ceremony held Saturday Dec 17th at the Four Seasons Hotel, the film won four trophies all at once, mainly for Best Motion Picture Drama, Editing, Song, and Director for Ang Lee. Another winner was Philip Seymour Hoffman who was named Best Actor in A Motion Picture Drama for "Capote" and Felicity Huffman who was granted the Best Dramatic Film Actress prize for "Transamerica."
"Walk the Line," in addition, was chosen as Best Film for the motion picture, musical or comedy category. In the meantime, Terrence Howard was named Best Actor for his portrayal in "Hustle & Flow," while Reese Witherspoon was the Best Actress thanks for her film "Walk the Line."