The winners were announced during a press conference with no celebs presents

By People Staff
Updated January 14, 2008

The 65th Annual Golden Globe Awards lost the battle to the Writers Guild of America strike this year. The show went on, but without the glitz and glam of the typical red carpet ceremony, and with no celebs in sight. Instead, the list of winners was announced during a simple one-hour press conference.

Atonement took home the award for best drama, while Sweeney Todd snagged the prize for best comedy or musical.

Julie Christie won the statue for best actress in a drama for her role in Away From Her, and in the comedy or musical category, Marion Cotillard picked up the award for her performance in La Vie En Rose.

There Will Be Blood star Daniel Day-Lewis won for best actor in a drama, and Johnny Depp picked up the best comedic actor prize for his role in Sweeney Todd.

No Country for Old Men star Javier Bardem was named best supporting actor. Cate Blanchett won best supporting actress for her performance in I'm Not There.

Here's a list of the winners:

Best Motion Picture Drama BR]- Atonement
Best Actor in a Movie Drama
– Daniel Day Lewis, There Will Be Blood
Best Actress in a Movie Drama
– Julie Christie, Away From Her
Best Motion Picture Comedy or Musical
– Sweeney Todd
Best Actor in a Comedy or Musical
– Johnny Depp, Sweeney Todd
Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical
– Marion Cotillard, La Vie En Rose
Best Director
– Julian Schnabel, The Diving Bell & The Butterfly
Best Supporting Actor
– Javier Bardem, No Country For Old Men
Best Supporting Actress
– Cate Blanchett, I'm Not There
Best Animated Film
– Ratatouille
Best Foreign Language Film
– The Diving Bell & The Butterfly
Best Song for Film
– “Guaranteed”, Eddie Vedder, Into The Wild

And the TV winners are:

Best Drama Series
– Mad Men (AMC)
Best Drama Series Actor
– Jon Hamm, Mad Men
Best Drama Series Actress
– Glenn Close, Damages
Best Comedy Series
– Extras (HBO)
Best Comedy Series Actor
– David Duchovny, Californication
Best Miniseries or TV movie
– Longford (HBO)
Best Actor in a Miniseries or TV Movie
– Jim Broadbent, Longford
Best Actress in a Miniseries or TV movie
– Queen Latifah, Life Support
Best Supporting Actress
– Samantha Morton, Longford
Best Supporting Actor
– Jeremy Piven, Entourage