List of winners of the 44th annual Image Awards
— Motion picture: "Red Tails."
— Actor in a motion picture: Denzel Washington, "Flight."
— Actress in a motion picture: Viola Davis, "Won't Back Down."
— Supporting actor in a motion picture: Samuel L. Jackson, "Django Unchained."
— Supporting actress in a motion picture: Kerry Washington, "Django Unchained."
— Independent motion picture: (tie) "Beasts of the Southern Wild" and "Red Tails."
— International motion picture: "The Intouchables."
— Documentary: "On the Shoulders of Giants: The Story of the Greatest Team You've Never Heard Of."
— Directing in a motion picture: Benh Zeitlin, "Beasts of the Southern Wild."
— Comedy series: BET's "The Game."
— Actor in a comedy series: Don Cheadle, Showtime's "House Of Lies."
— Actress in a comedy series: Cassi Davis, TBS' "Tyler Perry's House of Payne."
— Supporting actor in a comedy series: Lance Gross, TBS' "Tyler Perry's House of Payne."
— Actress in a comedy series: Vanessa Williams, ABC's "Desperate Housewives."
— Drama series: ABC's "Scandal."
— Actor in a drama series: LL Cool J, CBS' "NCIS: Los Angeles."
— Actress in a drama series: Kerry Washington, ABC's "Scandal."
— Supporting actor in a drama series: Omar Epps, Fox's "House."
— Supporting actress in a drama series: Loretta Devine, ABC's "Grey's Anatomy."
— Television movie, mini-series or dramatic special: Lifetime's "Steel Magnolias."
— Actor in a television movie, mini-series or dramatic special: Cuba Gooding Jr., ABC's "Hallmark Hall of Fame's Firelight."
— Actress in a television movie, mini-series or dramatic special: Alfre Woodard, Lifetime's "Steel Magnolias."
— Actor in a daytime drama series: Kristoff St. John, CBS' "The Young and the Restless."
— Actress in a daytime drama series: Tatyana Ali, CBS' "The Young and the Restless."
— News: TV One's "Unsung."
— Talk series: ABC's "The View."
— Reality series: OWN's "Welcome to Sweetie Pie's."
— Variety series or special: BET's "Black Girls Rock."
— Children's program: BET's "Kasha and the Zulu King."
— Performance in a youth/children's program: Loretta Devine, Disney Channel's "Doc McStuffins."
— Writing in a comedy series: Marc Wilmore, "The Simpsons."
— Writing in a dramatic series: Cheo Hodari Coker, "SouthLAnd."
— Writing in a motion picture: Elizabeth Hunter, Lifetime's "Abducted: The Carlina White Story."
— Directing in a comedy series: Ken Whittingham, NBC's "Parks and Recreation."
— Directing in a dramatic series: Paris Barclay, NBC's "Smash."
— New artist: Elle Varner.
— Male artist: Usher.
— Female artist: Alicia Keys.
— Duo, group or collaboration: Mary Mary.
— Jazz album: "The Preservation Hall 50th Anniversary Collection," The Preservation Hall Jazz Band.
— Gospel album: "Go Get It," Mary Mary.
— World music album: "All of Me," Estelle.
— Music video: "Girl On Fire," Alicia Keys.
— Song: "I Look To You," Whitney Houston and R. Kelly.
— Album: "I Will Always Love You: The Best Of Whitney Houston," Whitney Houston.
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