"Juno" earned the awards for best comedy and best writer for Diablo Cody, while "Hairspray" grabbed the prizes for best ensemble and best young actress Nikki Blonksy .
Daniel Day-Lewis picked up a best actor statuette for his performance in "There Will Be Blood," Julie Christie won the best actress award for her work in "Away From Her" and Amy Ryan won the best supporting actress honor for her role in "Gone Baby Gone."
"Sicko" was named best documentary, "Ratatouille" won the award for best animated film and "Enchanted" earned the prize for best family flick.
The striking Writers Guild of America did not picket the event, which was presided over by comedian and actor D.L. Hughley.
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