Belfast was named Best Picture by AARP Movies for Grownups Awards during a virtual event celebration broadcast on March 18 by Great performance on PBS.

Nominated four times King Richard won two awards for stars Will Smith (best actor) and Aunjanue Ellis (Best Supporting Actress). Be the RicardosNicole Kidman won Best Actress, and Gucci Houseit’s Jared Leto won Best Supporting Actor.

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Distributed by AARP The Magazine, the Movies for Grownups Awards celebrate projects that resonate with adult viewers while championing the interests of the over-50s. The show celebrated the 20th anniversary of the awards with an event hosted by four-time Emmy nominee Alan Cumming, who opened the show with a parody of Cabaret“Wilkommen”, the opening song of the Broadway musical that won him a Tony in 1998.

King Richard Actress Saniyya Sidney, who played Venus Williams in the Warner Bros. film, presented the best actor award to her “on-screen father” Smith. Their co-star Demi Singleton, who played Serena Williams, was also on hand to present Ellis with her Best Supporting Actress award.

Be the Ricardos writer-director Aaron Sorkin presented the Best Actress award to Kidman, while Oscar-winning actress Rita Moreno presented the Best Screenwriter award to West Side Storyit’s Tony Kushner. CODA stars Marlee Matlin and Daniel Durant received the award for best intergenerational film, while Belfest Writer-director Kenneth Branagh appeared alongside the actor and fellow nominee Judi Dench to accept the top award for Best Adult Film.

The Movie for Grownups program aims to combat industry ageism, a theme that has been reflected in the winners’ acceptance speeches.

“Playing Paulo Gucci was the experience of a lifetime,” Leto said of his Gucci House role, while spotlighting the director and the veteran actors he has worked with. “Sir Ridley Scott, Al Pacino and Jeremy Irons…they taught me that creativity and imagination are ageless.”

“Just because we’re all adults doesn’t mean we have to sit back, relax and retire,” Keaton said. “We have a job to do, which is to get the ball rolling on a lot of issues – and Drugthe series I did on the opioid epidemic is one of them.

Lily Tomlin, honored for her professional achievements, added: “I am proud to be called an adult. The world needs a lot more of us right now.

King Richard was the only film to win multiple awards. Jeanne Campion won Best Director for Oscar Favorite The power of the dog. Other Oscar contenders who have won awards include alley of nightmares (best set), CODA (best intergenerational film) spencer (best time capsule), Cyrano (best adult love story) and soul summer (best documentary). The best international film was awarded to the Chinese film Sheep Without shepherd on Oscar nominees drive my car and God’s hand.

Ted Lasso and Easttown Mare won top prizes in the TV categories for Best TV Series and Best TV Movie/Limited Series, respectively. hacksJohn Smart chose the best actress, and DrugMichael Keaton’s won Best Actor; Smart has already received an Emmy, a Golden Globe and a SAG Award for his performance, while Keaton also won a Golden Globe and a SAG Award for his role and is likely an Emmy nominee for the limited series this year.

A full list of this year’s winners follows, followed by a video with highlights from the show.

Best Film/Best Adult Film
Belfast (WINNER)
Be the Ricardos
King Richard
The power of the dog
West Side Story

Best Actress
Nicole Kidman (Be the Ricardos) (WINNER)
Halle Berry (Bruised)
Sandra Bullock (the unforgivable)
Frances McDormand (Macbeth’s Tragedy)
Helene Mirren (The Duke)

Best actor
Will Smith (King Richard) (WINNER)
Javier Bardem (Be the Ricardos)
Jim Broadbent (The Duke)
Pierre Dinklage (Cyrano)
Denzel Washington (Macbeth’s Tragedy)

Best Supporting Actress
Aunjanue Ellis (King Richard) (WINNER)

Cate Blanchett (alley of nightmares)
Judi Dench (Belfast)
Marlee Matlin (CODA)
Rita Moreno (West Side Story)

Best Supporting Actor
Jared Leto (Gucci House) (WINNER)
Ciaran Hinds (Belfast)
JK Simmons (Be the Ricardos)
Timothy Spall (spencer)
David Strathairn (alley of nightmares)

Best Director
Jeanne Campion (The power of the dog) (WINNER)
Kenneth Branagh (Belfast)
Guillermo del Toro (alley of nightmares)
Steven Spielberg (West Side Story)
Denis Villeneuve(Dunes)

Best Screenwriter
Tony Kushner (West Side Story) (WINNER)
Paul Thomas Anderson (Licorice Pizza)
Kenneth Branagh (Belfast)
Jeanne Campion (The power of the dog)
Guillermo del Toro/Kim Morgan (alley of nightmares)

Best Together
alley of nightmares (WINNER)
Don’t look up
The more they fall
Gucci House
West Side Story

Best Intergenerational Film
Go on! Go on
King Richard
The tender bar

Best Boyfriend Picture
Bullfinch (WINNER)
12 mighty orphans
The more they fall
Off the tracks
queen bee

Best Time Capsule
spencer (WINNER)
Be the Ricardos
Licorice Pizza
West Side Story

Best Adult Love Story
Cyrano (WINNER)
23 rides
The Duke
Macbeth’s Tragedy

Best Documentary
Summer of Soul (…or, when the revolution couldn’t be televised) (WINNER)
The Beatles: Come Back
My name is Pauli Murray
Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America

Best Foreign Film or Best International Film
Sheep without a shepherd (China) (WINNER)
drive my car (Japan)
God’s hand (Italy)
No harm done (Iran/Germany)
two of us (France)

Best Actress (TV/Streaming)
John Smart (hacks) (WINNER)
Gillian Anderson (The crown)
Sandra Oh (The chair)
Andie MacDowell (Maid)
Lily Tomlin (Grace and Frankie)

Best Actor (TV/Streaming)
Michael Keaton (Drug) (WINNER)
Kevin Costner (Yellowstone)
Ewan McGregor (Halston)
Billy Porter (Pose)
Martin Court (Only murders in the building)

Best TV Series
Ted Lasso (WINNER)
The chair
The crown

Best TV Movie/Limited Series
Easttown Mare (WINNER)
Nine perfect strangers
The Underground Railroad

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