Shirley MacLaine was honored for career achievement and "Green Book" was named best picture/best movie for grown-ups. Glenn Close earned best actress for "The Wife" and Viggo Mortensen best actor for "Green Book."
In addition to recognizing 2018's standout films with unique appeal to "movie lovers with a grown-up state of mind," the awards recognize the "inspiring artists who make them," according to a statement.
Best supporting actress went to Judi Dench for her role as William Shakespeare's wife, Anne Hathaway, in "All is True," a Shakespeare biopic directed by and starring Kenneth Branagh. The awards, co-produced by the public television series "Great Performances," was hosted by Martin Short.
Other winners include: Richard E. Grant for best supporting actor in "Can You Ever Forgive Me?"; Spike Lee as best director for "BlacKkKlansman"; the Mister Rogers film "Won't You be my Neighbor?" as best documentary; the Alzheimer's story "What They Had," starring Hilary Swank, Michael Shannon and Blythe Danner, as best grown-up love story; and reader's choice — "A Star Is Born."