“Rachel Getting Married” took top prize for feature film at the 2009 Prism Awards, held at the BevHills Hotel on Thursday.
The Prism Awards honor film and television projects depicting mental- health issues.
“Rachel” also nabbed perf in a feature film for Anne Hathaway, who received Oscar and Golden Globe nominations for her role as a recovering alcoholic.
Winner of the feature film — mental health nod was “Stop-Loss.”
On the TV side, “King of the Hill” won for comedy episode, and “The Office” took comedy multi-episode storyline.
Dana Delany was awarded top kudos in a comedy series for her perf in “Desperate Housewives.”
Nods for drama episode and multi-episode went to “Boston Legal” and “Law and Order: SVU,” respectively, while William Shatner (“Boston Legal”) and Benjamin Bratt (“The Cleaner”) won for their perfs.
“Sybil” drew the TV movie or miniseries nod, and Chandra Wilson won for her perf in “Accidental Friendship.”