"Philomena" was named the year's Best Movie About Women Sunday. It also earned the award for Best Female Images in a Movie, and its star, Judi Dench, got the prize for Best Actress.
Writer-director Nicole Holofcener's "Enough Said" won the award for Best Movie by a Woman and actress-screenwriter Julie Delpy earned the Best Woman Storyteller honor for writing "Before Midnight" with director Richard Linklater and her co-star Ethan Hawke.
"Before Midnight" also garnered the award for Best Equality of the Sexes and the award for Women's Work/Best Ensemble went to "Ginger & Rosa."
Chiwetel Ejiofor won the Best Actor accolade for his performance in "12 Years a Slave," as well as the prize for Best Male Images in a Movie.
Onata Aprile from "What Maisie Knew" won the award for Best Young Actress and Melissa McCarthy from "The Heat" won the Best Comedic Actress title.
The Worst Female Images in a Movie distinction was given to "The Bling Ring" and the Worst Male Images in a Movie went to "Only God Forgives."
"Frozen" won the award for Best Animated Females and "The Wind Rises" was declared Best Family Film.