The Hollywood Reporter won 10 National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Awards for best TV critic, best entertainment industry/arts investigative story and best portrait photo, among others, at the 13th annual awards show.

Also during the virtual ceremony, which took place Friday night, Aaron Sorkin accepted the sixth annual Veritas Award on behalf of his Netflix film The Trial of the Chicago 7.

“When we started shooting [the film] in 2019, we knew that this was an important chapter of American history but also chillingly relevant to current facts,” he said in accepting the honor. He also expressed his “heartfelt gratitude” to the real people portrayed in the film “for speaking the truth … in the face of injustice.”

Elsewhere, THR also was honored with several other awards, which are handed out by the Los Angeles Press Club. A full list of THR’s wins follows; a full list of winners can be found here.

Critic (Any Media Platform) — TV
Inkoo Kang, “‘The Goop Lab,’ ‘High Fidelity,’ ‘Mrs. America,’ ‘P-Valley’”

Any Media Platform (Print, Broadcast or Online) — Entertainment Industry/Arts Investigative
Kim Masters and Bryn Sandberg, “‘The Environment Was Very Toxic’: Nudity, a Graphic Photo and the Untold Story of Why Ruth Wilson Left ‘The Affair’”

Any Media Platform (Print, Broadcast or Online) — Obituary/In appreciation, Film and TV Personalities
Chris Gardner, “How Nanci Ryder Changed My Life: Hollywood Reporter Staff Writer Pays Tribute”

Photography/Art (Online or Print) — Portrait Photo
Jennifer Laski, Jenny Sargent and Ramona Rosales, “John Oliver”

Photography/Art (Online or Print) — Illustration
Kelsey Stefanson and Leon Edler, “Streaming TV’s Binge Watching Dilemma”

Print (Newspaper or Magazines) — TV/Movie Industry Feature Under 1,000 Words
Rick Porter, “Behind Reality Cop TV’s Fall: ‘It Was Like the Perfect Storm’”

Print (Newspaper or Magazines) — Commentary Diversity/Gender
Kim Masters, “Has #MeToo Gone Too Far? No, It Hasn’t Gone Far Enough”

Online — Hard News
Ryan Parker, “Aurora Shooting Victims Voice Fears Over ‘Joker’ in Letter to Warner Bros”

Online — Commentary Analysis/Trend — Film
Richard Newby, “Protest Backlash and the Failings of a Superhero Culture”

Online — Entertainment Blog by an Individual or Group, Tied to an Organization
Aaron Couch and Borys Kit, “Heat Vision”

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