Andy Garcia earned two trophies for the period drama "The Lost City" during the 21st annual Imagen Awards, presented Friday at the Beverly Hilton.
The 2005 Magnolia Pictures release set during the tumultuous Cuban revolution of the late 1950s got the nod for best feature. Garcia was named best director for "City," which he starred in and executive produced.
Antonio Banderas won for best movie actor for New Line Cinema's "Take the Lead." America Ferrera nabbed the movie actress trophy for Warner Bros. Pictures' "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants."
In the television field, NBC's now-departed "The West Wing" was crowned best primetime series. The lead actor and actress honors both came from longform productions: Michael Pena for HBO's "Walkout" and Lisa Vidal for Lifetime's "Odd Girl Out."
Supporting actor nods went to Raymond Cruz of TNT's "The Closer" and Cote de Pablo of CBS' "NCIS."
Spike TV's "Viva Baseball" was named best in the film or television documentary category during the ceremony, hosted by Lorenzo Lamas. The Imagen Awards honor Latino achievement and positive portrayals of Latino culture in Hollywood.
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