Win Awards Winners announced, Dame Elizabeth Taylor HonouredBy FIN Staff / 20 January 2011 / 1 comment SANTA MONICA, USA – The energy was electric last night at the 12th Women’s Image Network (WIN) Awards held on the Broad Stage in Santa Monica. Mickey Rooney presented The 2010 Living Legend Tribute to Dame Elizabeth Taylor in abstentia and his wife, Jan Rooney read Liz Taylor’s moving acceptance letter. Ralph Roberts, Brian Roberts and Douglas Roberts presented The 2010 Lifetime Achievement Award to Suzanne Roberts. The presenters included Carl Reiner who presented to Cheryl Hines for Curb Your Enthusiasm and Sara Rue, Lea Thompson, AJ Michalka, John Savage, Kahi Lee and Sally Kirkland. Wendy Liebman Hosted. Musical guests were: Stephanie Quayle, The Silver Lake Chorus and Cimorelli. The WIN Awards 2010 Winners Full List Made For Television Movie Temple Grandin Actress Made for Television Movie Claire Danes Temple Grandin Film Produced By A Woman Bonnie Arnold How To Train Your Dragon Television Produced By A Woman Alexis Martin Woodall Glee Documentary Film Waiting For Superman Outstanding Reality Series Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane Outstanding Actress Comedy Series Cheryl Hines Curb Your Enthusiasm Outstanding Comedy Series Hung Outstanding Drama Series Rizzoli & Isles Outstanding Drama Series Sasha Alexander Rizzoli & Isles Outstanding Film / Show Directed By A Woman Elizabeth Allen Ramona and Beezus Outstanding Actress Feature Film Helena Bonham Carter Alice In Wonderland Outstanding Feature Film How To Train Your Dragon Copyright Johnny Pena (Ralph And Suzanne Roberts – Lifetime Honourees) These thirteen competing outstanding film and television nominees received WIN awards in the following categories: feature film, drama series, comedy series, reality series, show/film directed by a woman, television produced by a woman, film produced by a woman, made for television movie and documentary film. According to WIN founder, Phyllis Stuart, While it’s glamorous to walk a red carpet, The WIN Awards are less about awards and more about media advocacy. That said, our diverse 2010 nominee list shows that women are able to express richness and depth at any age and that their value transcends their beauty or the number of candles on their birthday cake. This year, The WIN Awards uniquely demonstrate that Girls Are Great From Nine To Ninety as our youngest nominee, Joey King was nine years old when filming Ramona And Beezus, and as our most senior female, our Lifetime Achievement Honoree, Suzanne Roberts, is nearly 90 years old. By supporting The WIN Awards, which celebrate film and television artists who create dimensional, female media images, you help advance positive public opinion about the value of women and girls. That said, Cimorelli were ideal and stellar musical performers at The WIN Awards 2010. This singing sensation consists of six, smiling sisters who blend their voices in perfect unison as they perform today’s pop hits in an a capella style. In April, 2010 Universal Records signed this stellar sister act to the delight of these lifetime collaborators who are: Christina (20), Katherine (18), Lisa (17), Amy (15), Lauren (12), and Dani (10). Since 1993, Women’s Image Network (WIN) has produced The WIN Awards to celebrate men and women who promote gender parity through creativity and leadership. The WIN Awards celebrate those who create dimensional female portrayals in film, television, advertising and interactive media. For more information, visit: http://thewinawards.com. A few former WIN Award recipients include: Senator Barbara Boxer, Lily Tomlin, Helen Mirren, Lauren Bacall, Jane Campion, Lynn Redgrave, Pierce Brosnan, Angelina Jolie and Glenn Close. Former hosts, participants and presenters include: Rachel Weisz, Katie Holmes, Raven-Symoné, Seth Rogen, Andrea Bowen, Sally Pressman, Harry Shearer, Kathy Griffin, Brittany Snow, Emile Hirsch, Eric Roberts, Keith David, Paula Poundstone and Jon Peters. The WIN Awards 2010 mark the 12th year WIN has celebrated film and television artists who create dimensional, accurate and powerful images of women which reach broad audiences to shape positive public opinion about the value of women and girls. CORRECTION We previously announced that it was the 2011 Win Awards that took place on January 18th however It is the 2010 Win Awards. The 2011 ceremony will take place in early 2012. Connect with 70,000 members in 200+ countries Become a member for free Check out the latest job offers Community news Join us on Facebook / Twitter / Pinterest / Tumblr / Youtube What do you think?