Meryl Streep wins Icon Award

By Tribute News on January 6, 2014 | Leave a Comment


Meryl Streep Meryl Streep collected an Icon Award at the Palm Springs International Film Festival Saturday night. The awards were the first of the New Year but are a more low-key event than the glitzy ceremonies which follow, with winners announced in advance, lending a more relaxed atmosphere to other events. Picking up her trophy - only the second Icon Award given by the festival in its 25 year history - Meryl told the crowd: ''My four children remind me everyday that I am not an Icon. I don't feel like an icon. Most of the days I feel like 'I can't.' [But] I feel like I'm an example now in my dotage of the fact that you just can't put those old gals out to pasture. We've got a lot of stuff still to say.'' Other stars to be awarded at the event included Tom Hanks, Sandra Bullock, Julia Roberts, Matthew McConaughey, 12 Years a Slave director Steve McQueen and the cast of American Hustle.

Palm Springs International Film Festival 2014 Awards Gala, full list of winners:

Meryl Streep - Icon Award
Tom Hanks - Chairman's Award
Bruce Dern - Career Achievement Award
Steve McQueen - Director of the Year Award
Sandra Bullock - Desert Palm Achievment Actress Award
Matthew McConaughey - Desert Palm Achievment Actor Award
Julia Roberts - Spotlight Award
American Hustle - Ensemble Performance Award
Lupita Nyong'o - Breakthrough Performance Award
Thomas Newman - Frederick Loewe Music Award
U2 - Sonny Bono Visionary Award


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