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Women's Image Network Awards
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Awarded forPromoting outstanding media (created by both men and women), The Women's Image Awards advance the value of women and girls.
CountryUnited States
Formerly calledThe WIN Awards
Websitehttp://www.thewinawards.com/ Edit this on Wikidata
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Produced byWomen's Image Network; Phyllis Stuart

Women's Image Network (WIN) is a charity that produces The Women's Image Awards,[1] "Advancing a gender-balanced world and increasing the value of women and girls by celebrating outstanding film and television." The awards show is produced during the Hollywood awards season to promote deserving media and drive attention to feature films also contending for Golden Globe and Academy Awards.[2]

WIN was founded in 1993 to promote gender parity because, to the extent that women's voices remain silent, everyone is robbed of their contribution,[3] its founder, film producer and director Phyllis Stuart,[4] known for her films Wild Daze[5][6] and Bert Stern: The Original Madman[7] made WIN successful through the ongoing support, advice and assistance of many seasoned entertainment professionals including Sherry Lansing and Arthur Hiller, two of WIN's founding advisory board members.

Selecting only media submitted from film studios and television networks, their jury adjudicates and nominates work which either tells a dimensional female character's story or nominates work that is produced, written or directed by a woman. In this way, these awards celebrate both male and female artists whose film and television work also increases the value of women and girls.

In addition to awarding nominated film and television work, WIN honors deserving individuals, including Lauren Bacall, Senator Barbara Boxer, Lily Tomlin, Cecilia DeMille Presley, Abigail Disney, Ambassador Swanee Hunt, Suzanne Roberts, Maria Arena Bell, Diane Ladd, Jane Campion, Anne Archer, Carrie Fisher and Irena Medavoy, among others.[8][9]

The WIN Awards 1993[edit]

In 1993, WIN held its first awards ceremony, honoring Tichi Wilkerson Kassel with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Tichi was the first female publisher of The Hollywood Reporter and co-founder of Women In Film, her friend Charles Champlin (a former Los Angeles Times arts editor and film critic) presented her award. Film producer Laura Ziskin (Spider-Man) (who also founded Stand Up to Cancer before she succumbed to the disease at age 61) was honored that same year and her former boss, producer Jon Peters, presented her Woman of The Year tribute.[2][10][11][12]

The WIN Awards 1994[edit]

In 1994, for WIN, producer Phyllis Stuart[13] created and executive-produced the ABC Primetime Special[14] "Fifty Years of Funny Females"[15] starring John Ritter, Annie Potts, Paula Poundstone, Debbie Allen and Pam Stone;[16] this clip show aired twice on ABC and again on Lifetime Television.

The WIN Awards 1999[edit]

For four years, The WIN Awards coincided with The WIN Femme Film Festival created to support emerging and/or first-time filmmakers.[17][18][19][20][21] WinFemme Film Festival Wants Women's Stories

The WIN Femme Film Festival[22] programmed independently produced short films, documentary feature films and full length feature films which told a woman's story, had a female protagonist, but which were created either by male or female artists).[23][24][25] Best documentary went to Paolo di Florio for her film, Speaking In Strings..[26] WIN created this festival to help filmmakers find distribution,[27][28] get agents and win other awards;[29] Speaking In Strings went on to win an Academy Award nomination. Director John Putch (son of Jean Stapleton) won best feature with Valerie Flake starring Susan Traylor (wife of Bob Dylan's son director, Jesse Dylan) who also garnered a Spirit Award for best actress.[30][31]

The WIN Awards 2000[edit]

Actress Lauren Bacall[32] accepted WIN's first Living Legend tribute; that night New Zealand film director Jane Campion was also honored and her Piano film star Sam Neill accepted her tribute on her behalf.[33][34]

The WIN Awards 2001[edit]

Both Lynn Redgrave (Living Legend) and Pierce Brosnan (Humanitarian) were honorees.[35] A few presenters were Lisa Gay Hamilton, Gavin Scott, and Allana Ubach.

The WIN Awards 2001 winners

  • DRAMA SERIES Gilmore Girls, "Rory's Dance"
  • DRAMA SERIES ACTRESS Dana Delany, Family Law, "Safe At Home"
  • DRAMA SERIES ACTOR Jared Padalecki, Gilmore Girls, "Rory's Dance"
  • DRAMA SERIES WRITER Amy Sherman-Palladino, Gilmore Girls, "Rory's Dance"
  • DRAMA SERIES DIRECTOR Andew J. Robinson Judging Amy, "Treachery of Compromise"
  • COMEDY SERIES Ally McBeal - "The Last Virgin"
  • COMEDY SERIES ACTRESS Cynthia Nixon, Sex and the City, "My Motherboard My Self"
  • COMEDY SERIES ACTOR Robert Downey, Jr., Ally McBeal, "The Last Virgin"
  • COMEDY SERIES WRITER David E. Kelley, Ally McBeal, "Reason to Believe"
  • COMEDY SERIES DIRECTOR Lesli Linka Glatter, Gilmore Girls, "Rory's Dance"
  • MADE FOR TELEVISION MOVIE / MINI-SERIES A HOUSE DIVIDED (Showtime)
  • MADE FOR TELEVISION MOVIE / MINI-SERIES ACTRESS Lisa Gay Hamilton, A House Divided (Showtime)
  • MADE FOR TELEVISION MOVIE / MINI-SERIES ACTOR Michael Byrne, The Mists of Avalon (Turner Network Television)
  • WRITER MADE FOR TELEVISION MOVIE / MINI-SERIES Gavin Scott, The Mists of Avalon (Turner Network Television)
  • DIRECTOR MADE FOR TELEVISION MOVIE / MINI-SERIES Uli Edell, The Mists of Avalon (Turner Network Television)
  • TV DAYTIME SERIES The Zeta Project, "The Accomplice"
  • ACTRESS TV DAYTIME SERIES Julie Nathanson, "The Zeta Project", "The Accomplice"
  • REALITY SERIES Celebrity Profile: Sarah Ferguson (E! Entertainment)
  • NEWS SERIES NBC News: The Odyssey Producer: Esther Zucker, Correspondent: Dennis Murphy
  • FEATURE FILM Nurse Betty (USA FILMS)
  • ACTRESS FEATURE FILM Reese Witherspoon Legally Blonde (MGM)
  • ACTOR FEATURE FILM Luke Wilson, Legally Blonde (MGM)
  • WRITER FEATURE FILM Karen McCullah Lutz, Kirsten Smith Legally Blonde (MGM)
  • DIRECTOR FEATURE FILM Neil Labute Nurse Betty (USA Films)

The WIN Awards 2002[edit]

Actress Lily Tomlin was honored as a Lifetime Achievement honoree. In lieu of a tribute video, Tomlin was applauded with 'Lily Love Letters' sent from famous friends and serenaded by director David O. Russell. Ruth Buzzi of Laugh In presented.[36]

Presenters included Laraine Newman, Kathy Najimy, Ruth Buzzi, Doris Roberts, Melissa Joan Hart, Anne-Marie Johnson, Arthur Hiller, Dava Savel, Sally Kirkland and Alex Ben Block.

Winners

The WIN Awards were part of the closing night of the final WinFemme Film Festival; the three filmmaker Audience Award winners were: (Feature Film), "Controlled Chaos", director, Azita Zendel, (Documentary Feature) Searching For Paradise, director, Binnur Karaevli and (Short Film), Katherine, director, Mary Louise Stoughton.[37]

The WIN Awards 2003[edit]

Hosted by Will Sasso and Sara Rue, producer Lauren Shuler Donner received a Lifetime Achievement Award from presenter Rachel Weisz.[38]

Held at the historic Culver City Studios, director Vicky Jensen (Shrek) was honored[39] with WIN's first Kiera Chaplin Limelight directing award.[40] British model and actress Kiera Chaplin is the granddaughter of Charlie Chaplin and great-grand daughter of playwright Eugene O’Neill.

Presenters and guests included Carrie Fisher, Richard Donner, Bonnie Palef, Peter Guber, Yeardley Smith, Melissa Joan Hart, Brittany Snow, Holliston Coleman, Al Jean, Sarah Ramos, Sean Patrick Thomas, Jane Anderson, Valarie Pettiford, Dayna Devon, Neal McDonough, Charlie Robinson and Suzanne Sena.

Winners

  • Drama Series Crossing Jordan "Cruel and Unusual" (NBC)
  • ACTRESS DRAMA SERIES Sarah Ramos American Dreams "Act of Contrition"
  • ACTOR DRAMA SERIES Miguel Ferrer Crossing Jordan "Cruel and Unusual"
  • COMEDY SERIES Less Than Perfect "Ice Cream With Lydia" (Touchstone Television)
  • ACTRESS COMEDY Series Sara Rue Less than Perfect "Ice Cream With Lydia"
  • ACTOR COMEDY SERIES Eric Roberts Less than Perfect "Ice Cream With Lydia"
  • REALITY SERIES Controversy: The Pill (Country Music Television)
  • ANIMATION KIM POSSIBLE "Crush" (Walt Disney TV Animation)
  • ACTRESS ANIMATION SERIES Kathy Najimy King of the Hill "Queasy Rider"
  • ACTOR ANIMATION SERIES Dan Castellaneta The Simpsons 'Scuse Me While I Kiss The Sky'
  • NEWS SERIES ABC NEWS: 20/20 "The Osbournes" (ABC)
  • A FILM OR SHOW DIRECTED BY A WOMAN Pam Veasey The District "Blood Lines"
  • MADE FOR TELEVISION MOVIE / MINI-SERIES Normal (HBO)
  • ACTRESS MADE FOR TELEVISION MOVIE / MINI-SERIES Romola Garai I Capture the Castle
  • ACTOR FEATURE FILM Tom Wilkinson Normal (HBO)

The WIN Awards 2004[edit]

WIN added advertising awards with advertising industry artists judges like Charlotte Moore, Sally Hogshead, Amee Shah, Ellen Steinberg, Joyce King Thomas, Liz Paradise (Jury Chair) and David Oakley.[41][42]

Winners

  • ANIMATION SERIES THE FAIRLY ODD PARENTS ‘Miss Dimmsdale’, Nickelodeon, Producers: Fred Seibert, Butch Hartman, Bob Boyle, Steve Marmel
  • ACTOR ANIMATION SERIES Mike Judge KING OF THE HILL "Ceci N’est Pas Une"
  • ACTRESS ANIMATION SERIES Melissa Disney AS TOLD BY GINGER "No Turning Back"
  • COMEDY SERIES: LIFE WITH BONNIE "The Merry Ole Land of Oz", Bob & Alice Productions/ Touchstone Television, Director: Bonnie Hunt, Writers: Bonnie Hunt, Don Lake, Producers: Bonnie Hunt, Don Lake, Norma Safford Vela, Frank Mula
  • COMEDY SERIES-ACTOR Zachary Levi, Less Than Perfect "Roomies,"
  • COMEDY SERIES ACTRESS Sarah Jessica Parker Sex And The City "An American Girl In Paris (Part Deux)"
  • MADE FOR TV MOVIE / MINI SERIES IRON JAWED ANGELS Spring Creek Productions/HBO Films, Writers: Jennifer Friedes (story), Sally Robinson (screenplay), Director: Katja von Garnier
  • ACTOR MADE FOR TELEVISION MOVIE / MINI SERIES Patrick Dempsey Iron Jawed Angels
  • ACTRESS MADE FOR TELEVISION MOVIE / MINI SERIES Mary-Louise Parker Angels in America
  • DOCUMENTARY FILM THE DAY I WILL NEVER FORGET Cinemax Reel Life, Producer: Kim Longinotto
  • NEWS SERIES ABC Primetime Thursday Charlize Theron Correspondent, Diane Sawyer, Producers, Jacqueline Payson, David Doss, Robert Lange, Ann Reynolds, Jessica Velamans
  • DRAMA SERIES Carnviale "Insomnia" (HBO) Producers: Daniel Knauf, Howard Klein, Ronald D. Moore, Henry Bromwell, Kelly McCarthy, Scot Winant
  • ACTOR DRAMA SERIES Miguel Ferrar Crossing Jordan "Second Chances"
  • ACTRESS DRAMA SERIES Adrienne Barbeau Carnivàle "Day of the Dead"
  • REALITY SERIES "E! The True Hollywood Story, Heather Mills McCartney" Producers: William Neal, Wendy Quinn
  • FILM OR TV SHOW DIRECTED BY A WOMAN Shona Auerbach Dear Frankie
  • FEATURE FILM SOMETHING’S GOTTA GIVE (Waverly Films, Columbia Pictures) Director: Nancy Meyers, Writer: Nancy Meyers, Producers: Bruce A. Block, Suzanne Farwell, Nancy Meyers
  • ACTOR FEATURE FILM Jack Nicholson Something’s Gotta Give
  • ACTRESS FEATURE FILM Cate Blanchett The Missing

The WIN Awards 2005[edit]

Kathy Griffin hosted The WIN Awards 2005. Christine Lahti, Andrea Parker, Amy Davidson, Lainie Kazan, Gurinder Chadha, Dan Wieden, Lu Chekowsky, Maureen Shirreff, Jennifer Hall, Lindsay Crouse and Danielle Panabaker were among the presenters, and its nominated actors, directors, writers and producers celebrated for having created outstanding work that dispelled stereotypes of women.

Gurinder Chadha picked up the Chaplin Limelight Award for directing presented by Charlie Chaplin's granddaughter Kiera Chaplin for whom this award was created; the animated series Kim Possible and Kathy Najimy also won this same award two years later.[40][43]

Winners

  • ANIMATION SERIES Avatar "Imprisoned" (Nickelodeon) Director: Dave Filoni, Writer: Matt Hubbard, Producers: Michael Dante DiMartino, Bryan Konietzko, Aaron Ehaz
  • ACTRESS IN ANIMATION SERIES: Cheryl Chase All Grown Up “"Lucky 13"
  • ACTOR IN ANIMATION SERIES: Chad Doreck My Life as a Teenage Robot “"Future Shock/Humiliation 101"”
  • COMEDY SERIES: 8 Simple Rules “School Nurse"
  • ACTRESS COMEDY SERIES Andrea Parker Less Than Perfect "Ignoring Lydia"
  • ACTOR COMEDY SERIES Brad Garrett Everybody Loves Raymond “"Sister-In-Law"
  • MADE FOR TV MOVIES / MINI SERIES Lackawanna Blues
  • ACTRESS MADE FOR TV MOVIES / MINI SERIES Christine Lahti Revenge of the Middle Aged Woman
  • ACTOR MADE FOR TV MOVIES / MINI SERIES Ed Harris Empire Falls
  • DOCUMENTARY FILM FERRY TALES
  • NEWS SERIES Primetime Live: Talking to Animals:Temple Grandin
  • DRAMA SERIES LAS VEGAS "Blood is Thicke"
  • ACTRESS DRAMA SERIES Molly Parker Deadwood "Requiem For a Gleet"
  • ACTOR DRAMA SERIES: Hugh Laurie House "Damned If You Do"
  • REALITY SERIES: Dr. Phil “"Takes on Abusers"
  • FILM DIRECTED BY A WOMAN Lindsay Crystal MY UNCLE BERNS
  • TELEVISION PRODUCED BY A WOMAN Linda Ellerbee Inside TV Land: Primetime Politics
  • FEATURE FILM: Flight Plan (Buena Vista Pictures)
  • ACTRESS FEATURE FILM: Claire Danes Shop Girl
  • ACTOR FEATURE FILM: Jake Gyllenhaal Proof

The WIN Awards 2006[edit]

Held at UCLA, Senator Barbara Boxer accepted The Woman of The Year Honor.[44] British actress Helen Mirren won two WIN tributes which actress Katie Holmes accepted on her behalf.[45]

Event co-chairs were Martha Luttrell, Jane Fonda and Susan Sarandon.[46]

Harry Shearer hosted; American Idol Ace Young performed.[47] [48]

Winners

  • Made for Television Movie / Mini-Series Mrs. Harris
  • Actress Mini-Series or Made For Television Movie Helen Mirren Elizabeth I
  • Actor Mini-Series or Made For Television Movie Robert Carlyle Human Trafficking
  • Comedy Series The Office
  • Actress Comedy Series Jenna Fischer The Office
  • Actor Comedy Series Clark Gregg The New Adventures Of Old Christine
  • Documentary Film Born Into Brothels
  • Film or Show Produced By a Woman Cheryl Hines, Christen Sussin, Carrie Aizley Campus Ladies
  • Film or Show Directed By a Woman Phyllis Nagy Mrs. Harris
  • Reality Series Mo'Nique's Fat Chance
  • Drama Series The Closer
  • Actress Drama Series Mary McDonnell Battlestar Galactica
  • Actor Drama Series Bill Paxton Big Love
  • Feature Film Water
  • Actress Feature Film Helen Mirren The Queen
  • Actor Feature Film Ralph Fiennes The Constant Gardener

The WIN Awards 2007[edit]

Held at The Pacific Design Center, Diane Ladd accepted her Lifetime Achievement Award. Frances Fisher presented.

Winners:

  • Made For Television Movie / Mini-Series A Girl Like Me: The Gwen Araujo Story
  • Actress Made For Television Movie / Mini-Series Andrea Bowen Girl Posi+ive
  • Actor Made For Television Movie / Mini-Series Wendell Pierce Life Support
  • Comedy Series Ugly Betty "I’m Coming Out"
  • Actress Comedy Series Ashley Jensen Extras
  • Actor Comedy Series Alec Baldwin 30 Rock “Hardball”
  • Documentary Film Thin
  • Film or Show Produced by a Woman Shauna Robertson Knocked Up
  • Film or Show Directed by a Woman Rory Kennedy Ghosts of Abu Ghraib
  • Actress Animation Series Kathy Najimy King Of The Hill
  • Reality Series Kimora: Life In The Fab Lane
  • Drama Series Army Wives “A Tribe Is Born”
  • Actress Drama Series Connie Britton Friday Night Lights
  • Actor Drama Series Taylor Kitsch Friday Night Lights
  • Actress Feature Film Angelina Jolie A Mighty Heart
  • Actor Feature Film Seth Rogen Knocked Up
  • Feature Film A Mighty Heart

The WIN Awards 2008[edit]

WIN honored Cloris Leachman with its Living Legend Tribute and added interactive awards (video games) for the first time.

WIN honored INTERACTIVE LIVING LEGEND Mary Dolaher.[51]

Patty Smyth and her band Scandal performed.[52]

Comic Judy Tenuta hosted and Tig Notaro also performed.

Presenters:Timothy Bottoms, Rick Overton, Hannah Simone, Bob Carrigan, John Savage, Sean Young, Diane English, Annie Wersching, Keith David, Eric Roberts.[53] [1][54]

The WIN Awards 2008 Winners

  • Outstanding Made for Television Movie Wisegal
  • Actress Made for Television Movie / Mini-Series Kathleen Robertson Tin Man
  • Comedy Series The New Adventures Of Old Christine "Beauty Is Only Spanx Deep"
  • Actress Comedy Series Julia Louis-Dreyfus The New Adventures Of Old Christine
  • Documentary Film Autism: The Musical
  • Interactive (Video Game) Tomb Raider: Underworld
  • Outstanding Show or Film Produced By a Woman Sheila Griffiths Real Time with Bill Maher
  • Film or Show Directed By a Woman Lisa Jackson The Greatest Silence: Rape In The Congo
  • Reality Series High School Confidential
  • Drama Series Private Practice
  • Actress Drama Series Dianne Wiest In Treatment
  • Feature Film The Women
  • Actress Feature Film Meryl Streep Mamma Mia!

Presenters: Timothy Bottoms, Rick Overton, Hannah Simone, Bob Carrigan, Diane English, Annie Wersching, Keith David, Eric Roberts

The WIN Awards 2009[edit]

The Career Achievement Honoree was The Hollywood Reporter editor Elizabeth Guider.[55][56]

Winners

  • Mini-Series / Made for Television Movie Grey Gardens (HBO)
  • Actress Made for Television Movie / Mini-Series Marcia Gay Harden The Courageous Heart of Irena Sendler
  • Film Or Show Directed By A Woman Anne Fletcher The Proposal
  • Documentary Film Kick Like A Girl (HBO)
  • Reality Series Ruby (Style)
  • Interactive (Video Game) The SIMS 3 (Electronic Arts)
  • Drama Series Medium "Then...and Again" (CBS/NBC)
  • Actress Drama Series Glenn Close Damages
  • Feature Film' Whip It (Fox Searchlight)
  • Actress Feature Film Sandra Bullock The Proposal
  • Independent Film
  • Best of Fest Short Film Award Inside Director, Tracie Laymon
  • Best of Fest Documentary Film Award Women Behind The Camera Director: Alexis Krasilovsky
  • Best of Fest Feature Film Award Leftovers Director: Robin Nations

The WIN Awards 2010[edit]

This was a big awards show year for The WIN awards as WIN created two new Lifetime Achievement awards; these recipients were Suzanne Roberts and Dame Elizabeth Taylor. Elizabeth Taylor friend Mickey Rooney accepted this "Living Legend" award to celebrate Taylor's lifetime work in Hollywood and her charity work advancing HIV/AIDS activism.[57][58][59]

The 2010 WIN Awards also honored Suzanne Roberts[60] for her many career achievements, her sons, Douglas Roberts and Brian L. Roberts (chairman of Comcast and NBC/Universal), and her husband, Ralph J. Roberts, presented to Mrs. Roberts.[61]

Produced at The Broad Stage, Wendy Liebman hosted.

Glee, Claire Danes, Sally Hawkins, Jennifer Aniston,[62] Diane Lane, Joey King, Selena Gomez, Jane Lynch, Susan Sarandon and Maggie Smith were among the many WIN Awards nominees.[63]

Show presenters included: Carl Reiner, Lea Thompson, AJ Michalka, John Savage (actor), Sean Young, Sara Rue, Kahi Lee, and Sally Kirkland.

  • HONOREES Elizabeth Taylor: Living Legend Honoree and presenter, Mickey Rooney.[64] In addition, Suzanne Roberts, wife of Ralph Roberts (owner of Comcast), mother to Brian L. Roberts, presented her with WIN's Lifetime Achievement award for her long career of patronage of the arts.[65][66][67][68]
  • "I am honored to be recognized by the Women's Image Network tonight. I applaud the work of Phyllis Stuart in promoting gender parity and fostering creative opportunity throughout our industry. I have been fortunate throughout my career, but never more so than when I was able to use my fame to raise funds and awareness for the HIV/AIDS crisis, work which remains my singular focus. I am touched to be included among WIN's honorees and so gratified to know my efforts are appreciated. Although I am not able to join you for tonight's awards ceremony, please know I am with you in spirit; each and every one of you here tonight is making a generous contribution to our community. Through your courage to act and your willingness to share, you provide a vital, effective link for women and girls throughout our industry. I am grateful for this honor, and thank you from the bottom of my heart. Sincerely, Elizabeth Taylor"[69][70]

Winners:

  • Television Produced By A Woman Alexis Martin Woodall Glee
  • Film / Show Directed By A Woman Elizabeth Allen Ramona And Beezus
  • Mini-Series / Made for Television Movie Temple Grandin
  • Film Produced By A Woman Bonnie Arnold How To Train Your Dragon
  • Television Produced By A Woman Alexis Martin Woodall Glee
  • Reality Series Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane "Labor of Love"
  • Comedy Series Hung
  • Actress Comedy Series Cheryl Hines Curb Your Enthusiasm "Seinfeld"
  • Drama Series Janet Tamaro Rizzoli & Isles (Creator/Executive Producer)
  • Actress Drama Series Sasha Alexander Rizzoli & Isles
  • Film / Show Directed By A Woman Elizabeth Allen Ramona And Beezus
  • Actress Feature Film Helena Bonham Carter Alice In Wonderland
  • Feature Film How To Train Your Dragon

The Women's Image Awards 13[edit]

Winners

  • Made For TV Movie / Mini Series Mildred Pierce (HBO) A Killer Films / John Wells Production in association with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and HBO Miniseries; Directed by: Todd Haynes; Teleplay by: Todd Haynes, Jon Raymond; Based on the Novel by: James M. Cain; Executive Producers: John Wells, Todd Haynes, Christine Vachon, Pamela Koffler; Co-Executive Producer: Ilene S. Landress
  • Actress Made for Television Movie Diane Lane Cinema Verite
  • Documentary Film Triangle: Remembering The Fire (Blowback Productions for HBO Documentary Films; Directed by: Daphne Pinkerson; Produced by Daphne Pinkerson and Marc Levin; Written by Michael Hirsch, Richard Lowe and Daphne Pinkerson; Edited by Richard Lowe & Christopher K. Walker; Line Producer: Kara Rozansky, "Scenes from "The Triangle Factory Fire Scandal" Directed by Mel Stuart; Senior Producer: Nancy Abraham (For HBO); Executive Producer: Sheila Nevins (For HBO); Narrated by Tovah Feldshuh
  • Film / Show Directed By a Woman Liz Garbus Bobby Fischer Against The World (HBO) Moxie Firecracker, HBO Documentary Films and LM Media; Director: Liz Garbus Producers: Stanley Buchthal, Liz Garbus, Matthew Justus, Rory Kennedy; Executive Producers: Dan Cogan, Nick Fraser, Maja Hoffmann, Martin Pieper, Sheila Nevins (HBO); Senior Producer: Nancy Abraham (HBO); Co-Producers: Christoph Jorg, David Koh
  • Film / Show Produced By a Woman Bette Midler: The Showgirl Must Go On (HBO) Encanto Enterprises and Funny Business in association with HBO Entertainment; Executive Producer: Bette Midler:Producers: Bette Midler, Seanne Farmer; Writers: Bette Midler, Eric Kornfeld, Bruce Vilanch (Additional Material);Choreography, Toni Basil; Original Stage Production Conceived and Directed by: Bette Midler
  • Drama Series Private Practice "Did You Hear What Happened to Charlotte King?" (ABC) Mark Gordon Company, Shondaland; Creator: Shonda Rhimes; Written by: Shonda Rhimes,Directed by: Allison Liddi-Brown; Executive Producers: Mark Tinker, Craig Turk, Steve Blackman, Shonda Rhimes, Betsy Beers, Mark R. Gordon; Co-Executive Producers: Jennifer Cecil, Barbie Kligman, Ann Kindberg; Supervising Producers: Fred Einesman, Ayanna Floyd-Ohl; Producers: Hans Van Doornewaard, Karen Wyscarver, Sanford Golden; Co-Producers: Chris Van Dusen, David Glazier
  • Actress Drama Series Anna Paquin True Blood "She's Not There" (HBO)
  • Comedy Series Drop Dead Diva (Lifetime, Sony Pictures Television, Storyline Entertainment); Executive Producers: Josh Berman, Craig Zadan, Neil Meron, Alex Taub; Co-Executive Producers: Bob Wilson and Jamie Babbit; Consulting Producers: Amy Engelberg, Wendy Engelberg and Bill Fordes
  • Actress Comedy Series Brooke Elliott Drop Dead Diva
  • Actress Feature Film Vera Farmiga Higher Ground
  • Feature Film Higher Ground (Sony Pictures Classics)

The Women's Image Awards 14[edit]

Style from the 14th Annual Women’s Image Network (WIN) Awards

WIN Humanitarian Honoree was producer, writer and arts patron Maria Arena Bell, which Lisa KudrowFriends presented. Show co-hosts were Melissa Peterman, Bruce Vilanch; the presenters included Beverly Johnson, Nadine Velazquez, and Ace Young. Singer, Diana DeGarmo, an American Idol winner, performed and presented; the WIN Awards 2012 were produced at The Paramount Theater on Paramount Studios.[71][72]

The WIN Awards 2012 were produced at The Paramount Theater on Paramount Studios. Actress Lisa Kudrow presented to Humanitarian Honoree, producer and philanthropist Maria Arena Bell.[73][74]

Winners

The Women's Image Awards 15[edit]

Grammy winner David Foster and Ruben Studdard performed at The WIN Awards.[75] Cecilia DeMille Presley grand daughter to Cecil DeMille, Ambassador Swanee Hunt and Rosalind Jarrett were all honored, while Oprah and Kerry Washington were nominees, among others.[76] Presenters included Anne Heche, Collette Burson, Kelsey Scott, Yolanda Foster, Kathy Connell (SAG AWARDS), Carlos Gomez and Kearann Giovanni.[77] Honroee Ambassador Swanee Hunt Arrival In 2012, WIN approached its gender parity goal with humor by creating a logline SEE US IN 3D, NOT JUST DOUBLE D, which many WIN nominees recorded including Selena Gomez and Jane Lynch. Because if women and girls are portrayed well in the media, girls and women everywhere may one day be well-treated.[78] [2]

The Women's Image Awards 2013[79]

Actress TV Comedy Series
TV Show Directed By a Woman
TV Show Written By a Woman
TV Show Produced by a Woman
Actress TV Reality Series
Actress TV Drama Series
Actress Feature Film
Comedy TV Series
Documentary Film
Reality TV Series
  • Keeping Up With the Kardashians (E! Entertainment)
  • Project Runway (Lifetime)
  • Beyond Scared Straight (A&E)
  • The Face (Oxygen)
  • Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best? (WE tv)
Drama TV Series
Feature Film

The Women's Image Awards 16[edit]

The show opened with a posthumous Joan Rivers tribute and featured guest comics Brittany Furlan and T. J. Miller who discussed and demonstrated how Joan influenced their comedy. WIN also honored filmmakers Lauren Paul and Molly Thompson, with its first Community Service tribute for having created Finding Kind, a documentary film about middle school female bullying, their film launched a movement and school program based upon the powerful belief in KINDness, that brings awareness and healing to the negative and lasting effects of girl-against-girl crime. Wife of Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul, Lauren was bullied in middle school and contemplated suicide.[80]

In 2014, Grey's Anatomy star, Chandra Wilson won a directing award.[81] Julia Roberts, Whoopi Goldberg and Cicely Tyson were nominees.[82] Melissa Rivers, (who was also nominated as a producer) attended to accept a posthumous WIN award for her mother, Joan Rivers, who competed and won in the OUTSTANDING REALITY SERIES category for Fashion Police.[83] Fashion designer Sophie Simmons collaborated with WIN to promote self-confidence with her Twitter campaign, 'Send Us Your Selfie' which advanced fashion as means for self-esteem.[84] Baroness Kimberly Moore received its Humanitarian Honor.[85] Writer Caprice Crane (daughter of Tina Louise (Gilligan's Island)) and comic Gary Shapiro, co-hosted.

Film & Television Nominees & Winners

Documentary Film

  • RUNNING FROM CRAZY (OWN)
  • WINNER PRIVATE VIOLENCE (HBO Documentary Films)
  • E! ENTERTAINMENT SPECIAL: BROOKE BURKET-CHARVET (E! Entertainment)
  • BEYOND CANDID WITH GIULANA: DEMI LOVATO (E! Entertainment)

Comedy Series

  • MELISSA & JOEY “Right Time, Right Place” (ABC FAMILY)
  • WINNER NEW GIRL “All In” (FOX)
  • GETTING ON “Born On The Fourth Of July” (HBO)
  • MODERN FAMILY “Under Pressure” (FOX)

Actress Comedy Series

Made For Television Movie / Mini-Series

  • A DAY LATE AND A DOLLAR SHORT (Lifetime)
  • THE TRIP TO BOUNTIFUL (Lifetime)
  • WINNER AMERICAN HORROR STORY: COVEN (FX Networks)
  • FARGO (FX Networks)

Actress Made For Television Movie / Mini-Series

Reality Series

  • IYANLA: FIX MY LIFE "Fix My Football Star Life" (OWN)
  • VICE "The Pink Gang Rebellion" (HBO)
  • WINNER COLD JUSTICE "Gone" (TNT)
  • WELCOME TO SWEETIE PIE’S "Fools Rush In" (OWN)
  • TOTAL DIVAS "Wedding Mania" (E! Entertainment)

Actress Reality Series

Drama Series

  • WINNER SCANDAL "Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner" (ABC)
  • BATES MOTEL "The Immutable Truth" (A&E)
  • SWITCHED AT BIRTH "Uprising" (ABC Family)
  • THE FOSTERS "I Do" (ABC Family)
  • WITCHES OF EAST END "Pilot" (Lifetime)
  • SLEEPY HOLLOW "Pilot" (20th Century Fox Television)

Actress Drama Series

Film Produced By a Woman

Drama Series Produced By a Woman

Comedy Series Produced By a Woman

Comedy Series Directed By A Woman

Drama Series Directed By A Woman

Drama Series Written By A Woman

Comedy Series Written By A Woman

Feature Film

  • Belle
  • Still Alice
  • Gone Girl
  • WINNER Wild

Actress in a Feature Film

The Women's Image Awards 17[edit]

The 17th Women's Image Awards ceremony was held at Royce Hall UCLA on February 10, 2016. Philanthropist and activist Irena Medavoy and documentary filmmaker Abigail Disney both accepted Woman of the Year tributes.[86][87]

The Starz series Outlander received five nominations, including a nomination in the Drama Series category. Caitriona Balfe, who plays the leading character in the show, also received a nomination in the Actress Drama Series category.[88]

Fox Searchlight's He Named Me Malala also received two nominations, including Best Documentary and Best Producer. Fox Searchlight also received nominations for Mistress America, Far from the Madding Crowd, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, and Brooklyn. Twentieth Century Fox received nominations for New Girl, Modern Family, Empire, and Fresh Off the Boat. National Geographic received a nomination for a role played by Emmanuelle Chriqu in Killing Jesus.[89][90]

Hosted by Carol Leifer, other guests included honorees, Irena Medavoy[91] and filmmaker, Abigail Disney,[92] [3] who is the "Armor of Light" director, who said at the show: "It's time for women to start asserting themselves in media; the filmmaker, One of the Women's Image Awards' Women of the Year, says women need to work together and promote each other in order to overcome the challenges facing women in the entertainment industry and in society as a whole".[93]

The film, MAKERS: Women Who Make America won in its Outstanding Documentary Category. Women's Image Award: Outstanding Documentary for MAKERS: Women Who Make America

Other guests included Yue-Sai Kan, Francesca Eastwood, Frances Fisher, Joyce Giraud, Breeda Wool, Sam Elliott, Mark Steines, Mark Burnett, Roma Downey, Nzingha Stewart, Marti Noxon, Olivia d'Abo, Quincy, Catherine Bach, Ronald. T. Moore[94] Felicity Huffman,[95] Jennifer (Flavin) Stallone, Joely Fisher,[96] Lisa Edelstein,[97][98] Lily Tomlin[99][100] Xriss Jor, Cheryl Hines and Rosanna Arquette,[101][102][103]

[4] BODYTRAFFIC dancers performed.

Quincy Jones' client, rising Jordanian singer, Xriss Jor sang a Michael Jackson song.[104]

The Women's Image Awards 17 Nominees & Winners:

Documentary Film
Comedy Series
Actress Comedy Series
MFT Movie/Mini-Series
Actress MFT Movie/Mini-Series
Reality Series
  • Kitchen Crashers (HGTV & DIY Network)
  • Rehab Addict "A Bathroom Fit For King James" (HGTV & DIY Network)
  • Total Divas (E! Entertainment)
  • Funny Girls (Oxygen) WINNER
  • House of DVF (E! Entertainment)
  • Fixer Upper "Episode 212" (HGTV & DIY Network)
Actress Reality Series
Drama Series
Actress Drama Series
Film/Show Produced By a Woman Film
  • Finola Dwyer Amanda Posey Brooklyn
  • Laurie MacDonald He Named Me Malala
  • Keri Selig The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe WINNER
  • Greta Gerwig Mistress America

TV

Film/Show Written By a Woman Film

TV

  • Raelle Tucker The Returned "Simon"
  • Courtney Kemp Agboh Power "Not Exactly How We Planned"
  • Jennie Snyder Urman Jane The Virgin "Chapter One"
  • Alison Brown Younger "I’m With Stupid"
  • Anne Kenney Outlander "The Wedding"
  • Toni Graphia Outlander "The Devil’s Mark" WINNER
Film/Show Directed By a Woman Film

Show

Feature Film
Actress Feature Film

The Women's Image Awards 18[edit]

[105]

Courage Award honoree (posthumously): Carrie Fisher

Humanitarian Award honoree: Anne Archer [106]

Unity Award honoree: Karen Sharpe-Kramer [105]

Nominees and winners:[107][108]

Documentary Film

  • THE EAGLE HUNTRESS WINNER
  • DARK HORSE (Sony Pictures Classics)
  • WOMEN OF HONOR with Special Guests Michelle Obama and Jill Biden (Lifetime)
  • HE NAMED ME MALALA (National Geographic Channel)

Comedy Series

Actress Comedy Series

Made For Television Movie/Miniseries

Actress Made For Television Movie/Miniseries

  • Jean Smart, Fargo WINNER
  • Riley Keough, The Girlfriend Experience
  • Anika Noni Rose, Roots
  • Kirsten Dunst, Fargo
  • Sarah Hay, Flesh and Bone

Reality Series

  • I Am Jazz, (TLC) WINNER
  • Sisterhood of Hip Hop, (Oxygen Media)
  • Total Divas, (E! Entertainment)[109]
  • Good Bones, (HGTV)

Actress Reality Series

Drama Series

Actress Drama Series

Film or Show Produced By a Woman

Film or Show Written By a Woman

Film

Show

Films and Shows Directed By a Woman

Film

Show

Feature Film

  • ELLE (Sony Pictures Classics)
  • EQUITY (Sony Pictures Classics)
  • THE MEDDLER (Sony Pictures Classics)
  • JULIETA (Sony Pictures Classics) WINNER

Actress Feature Film

[107][112]

19th Women's Image Awards[edit]

[113][114]

Nominees and winners

Made For Television Movie / Mini-Series
Actress Made For Television Movie / Mini-Series
Comedy Series
Actress Comedy Series
Film or Show Directed By a Woman
Film or Show Written By a Woman
Film or Show Produced by a Woman
Reality Series
Actress Reality Series
Documentary Film
Drama Series
Actress Drama Series
Feature Film
Actress Feature Film
Foreign Language Film

20th Women's Image Awards[edit]

[115]

Made For Television Movie / Limited Series * Little Women "Part 2" Winner

  • Howards End "Episode 3"
  • Cocaine Godmother: The Griselda Blanco Story
  • The Girlfriend Experience "Erica & Anna: Freefall"
  • Faith Under Fire: The Antoinette Tuff Story

Actress Made For Television Movie / Limited Series

* Maya Hawke Little Women Winner

Comedy Series

  • Grown-ish "It’s Hard Out There For A Pimp"
  • Sweetbitter "Now Your Tongue is Coded"
  • American Housewife "Field Day"

* The Bold Type "Feminist Army" Winner

  • Vida "Episode 6"

Actress Comedy Series

* Caitlin FitzGerald Sweetbitter "Simone’s" Winner

Show Written by A Woman

* Tanya Saracho Vida "Episode 6" Winner

Show Directed by A Woman

* Millicent Shelton Preacher "Coffin" Winner

Film Written By a Woman

* Jane Anderson The Wife Winner

Film Directed by A Woman * Rory Kennedy Above And Beyond: NASA’s Journey To Tomorrow Winner

Film Produced by a Woman

* Leslie Urdang The Seagull Winner

Show Produced by a Woman * Jane Root One Strange Rock "Home" Winner

Reality Series

  • America Inside Out With Katie Couric "Inside the Revolt"
  • Unapologetic with Aisha Tyler
  • Total Bellas "The Bella Comeback"

* Citizen Rose Winner

Actress Reality Series

* Nikki Bella Total Bellas Winner

Documentary Film * What Haunts Us Winner * Jane * He Lied About Everything * Wasted! The Story of Food Waste

Drama Series

  • Grey’s Anatomy "Don’t Fear The Reaper"

* Scandal "Over A Cliff" Winner

  • Code Black "Cabin Pressure"
  • How to Get Away with Murder "Lahey V. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania"
  • Once Upon a Time "Chosen"
  • Quantico "No Place Is Home"
  • Power "Everyone Is Implicated"

Actress Drama Series

* Rhea Seehorn Better Call Saul "Breathe" Winner

Feature Film

  • The Hate U Give

* On The Basis of Sex Winner

  • Mary Queen of Scots
  • Capernaum
  • Boundaries
  • Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Lead Actress Feature Film * Glenn Close The Wife Winner

Supporting Actress Feature Film

* Regina Hall The Hate U Give Winner

Other charities[edit]

Although Women's Image Network is a 501(c)3 non-profit, it has also supported several other charities including The Mary Magdalene Foundation, Women’s Care Cottage, The Mission, Gilda’s Club, The American Cancer Society. WIN supports charities whose efforts range from fighting homeless, rehabilitating prostitutes, curing HIV/AIDS and cancer, eliminating poverty, biodiversity conservation and wild animal rescue.[116] In some years, proceeds from the WIN Awards Gala have been used to fund other WIN events, such as in 2006 when the charity created the Day in the Life program designed to mentor at-risk girls.[117]

Women's Image Network Advisory Board[edit]

Since its inception, WIN has benefited from guidance from seasoned industry professionals Current (a few former and deceased) WIN Advisory Board members include: Tamara Asseyev, Todd Black,[118] Helen Gurley Brown, David Brown, Blake Edwards, Eizabeth Forsythe-Hailey,[119] Elaine Hastings Edell,[120] Mariette Hartley, Arthur Hiller, Henry Jaglom, Norman Jewison, Alan Landsburg, Sherry Lansing, Lauren Lloyd,[121] Bryan Lourd, Dan Lupovitz, Amanda Mackey Johnson, Laurence Mark, Jayne Meadows, Baroness Kimberly Moore, Peter Newman, Bonnie Palef, Sarah Pillsbury, Polly Platt, Peggy Rajski, Alyse Rosenberg],[122] Fred Schepisi, Linda Shayne, Lauren Shuler Donner, George Stevens, Jr., Allyn Stewart,[123] Ellen Travolta and Lili Fini Zanuck.[124][125]

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