AngLee's western romance Brokeback Mountain and James Mangold's Johnny Cash biopic Walk The Line dominated the Golden Globe Awards at last night's 63rdannual ceremony.

BrokebackMountain won four prizes - bestmotion picture (drama), best director for Ang Lee, best screenplay and bestsong. Walk The Line won threetrophies - for best motion picture (musical or comedy), best actor (musical orcomedy) for Joaquin Phoenix and best actress (musical or comedy) for ReeseWitherspoon.

PhilipSeymour Hoffman was named best actor (drama) for playing Truman Capote in Capote and Felicity Huffman was best actress (drama) forplaying a pre-op transsexual man in Transamerica.

HanyAbu-Assad's controversial story of suicide bombers in Palestine Paradise Nowwas the winner of the Globe for bestforeign language film.

WhileGeorge Clooney didn't win any awards for Good Night, And Good Luck, he did take away a Globe for best supporting actorfor Syriana, while Rachel Weiszwas winner of the supporting actress prize for The Constant Gardener.

JohnWilliams won the best score trophy for Memoirs Of A Geisha.

Itwas a triumphant night for Focus Features, which won five awards, and 20thCentury Fox, which won three.

TheWeinstein Company, Sony Pictures Classics, Warner Bros, Warner IndependentPictures and Sony Pictures took one award apiece.

AnthonyHopkins won the evening's Cecil B DeMille Award for lifetime achievement; his Proofco-star Gwyneth Paltrow presentedhim with the award.

Inthe television categories, Lostwon the best series (drama), Desperate Housewives won best series (comedy or musical) and EmpireFalls won best miniseries or moviemade for television.

Among the TV acting winnerswere Geena Davis for Commander-In-Chief (best actress in a series, drama), Hugh Laurie for House (best actor in a series, drama), Mary-Louise Parkerfor Weeds (best actress in aseries, comedy or musical), Steve Carell for The Office (best actor in a series, musical or comedy), JonathanRhys Meyers for Elvis (best actorin a miniseries or movie made for television), S Epatha Merkerson for LakawannaBlues (best actress in a miniseriesor movie made for television), Paul Newman for Empire Falls (best supporting actor) and Sandra Oh for Grey'sAnatomy (best supporting actress).