The 61st Golden Globes awards onSunday (25) were dominated by New Line's The Lord Of The Rings: The Return Of The Kingwhich took home four prizes including best picture (drama) and director for Peter Jackson andFocus Features' Lost In Translation which won three including best picture (musical orcomedy).

Sean Pennwas named best lead actor in a drama for Warner Bros' Mystic River andBill Murray won for best actor in a musical or comedy for Lost InTranslation.

CharlizeTheron won for lead actress in a drama for Monster and Diane Keaton forlead actress in a musical or comedy for Sony's Something's Gotta Give.

ReneeZellweger claimed the only prize of the night for Miramax's Cold Mountainwhen she took supporting actress honours and Tim Robbins won supporting actorfor Mystic River. 13 awards were handed out in the motion picture categories. Sofia Coppola won the screenplay prize for Lost In Translation andUnited Artists' Osama took best foreign film honours.

TV categories were dominated by HBO's miniseries Angels In America which took home five Globes including all four acting prizes for Meryl Streep, Al Pacino, Mary-Louise Parker and Geoffrey Wright. 24 was named best drama series, while BBC sitcom The Office was the surprise and popular winner of best comedy series and best comedy actor Ricky Gervais. Sarah Jessica Parker was named best comedy actress for Sex And The City.

Motionpicture category winners:

BestMotion Picture - Drama
WINNER: The Lord Of the Rings: The Return Of the King
Cold Mountain
Master and Commander: The Far Side Of the World
Mystic River

Best MotionPicture - Musical Or Comedy
WINNER: Lost In Translation
Bend It Like Beckham
Big Fish
Finding Nemo
Love Actually

Actor In A Leading Role - Drama
WINNER: Sean Penn Mystic River
Russell Crowe Master and Commander: The Far Side Of the World
Tom Cruise The Last Samurai
Ben Kingsley House Of Sand and Fog
Jude Law Cold Mountain

Actor In A Leading Role - Musical Or Comedy
WINNER: Bill Murray Lost In Translation
Jack Black The School Of Rock
Johnny Depp Pirates Of the Caribbean: The Curse Of the Black Pearl
Jack Nicholson Something's Gotta Give
Billy Bob Thornton Bad Santa

Actress In A Leading Role - Drama
WINNER: Charlize Theron Monster
Cate Blanchett Veronica Guerin
Scarlett Johansson Girl With a Pearl Earring
Nicole Kidman Cold Mountain
Uma Thurman Kill Bill (Vol. 1)
Evan Rachel Wood Thirteen

Actress In A Leading Role - Musical Or Comedy
WINNER: Diane Keaton Something's Gotta Give
Jamie Lee Curtis Freaky Friday
Scarlett Johansson Lost In Translation
Diane Lane Under the Tuscan Sun
Helen Mirren Calendar Girls

Actor In A Supporting Role
WINNER: Tim Robbins Mystic River

Alec Baldwin The Cooler
Albert Finney Big Fish
William H. Macy Seabiscuit
Peter Sarsgaard Shattered Glass
Ken Watanabe The Last Samurai

Actress In A Supporting Role
WINNER: Renee Zellweger Cold Mountain
Maria Bello The Cooler
Patricia Clarkson Pieces Of April
Hope Davis American Splendor
Holly Hunter Thirteen

WINNER: Peter Jackson The Lord Of the Rings: The Return Of the King
Sofia Coppola Lost In Translation
Clint Eastwood Mystic River
Anthony Minghella Cold Mountain
Peter Weir Master and Commander: The Far Side Of the World

WINNER: Lost In Translation Sofia Coppola
Cold Mountain Anthony Minghella
In America Jim Sheridan, Kirsten Sheridan, Naomi Sheridan
Love Actually Richard Curtis
Mystic River Brian Helgeland

Original Score
WINNER: The Lord Of the Rings: The Return Of the King HowardShore
Big Fish Danny Elfman
Cold Mountain Gabriel Yared
Girl With a Pearl Earring Alexandre Desplat
The Last Samurai Hans Zimmer

Original Song
WINNER: Into the West, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of theKing - Music and Lyrics by: Howard Shore, Fran Walsh and AnnieLennox
The Heart of Every Girl, Mona Lisa Smile - Music by: Elton John, LyricsBy: Bernie Taupin
Man of the Hour, Big Fish - Music and Lyrics By: Eddie Vedder
Time Enough for Tears, In America - Music & Lyrics By: Bono, GavinFriday and Maurice Seezer
You Will Be My Ain True Love, Cold Mountain - Music and Lyrics By: Sting

Best Foreign FiLM

The Barbarian Invasions
Good Bye, Lenin
Monsieur Ibrahim
The Return

Cecil B. DeMille Award
Michael Douglas