Late Late Show host James Corden presided over the ceremony, which brought together some of the biggest names in show business who turned out to celebrate the first awards show on the road to the Oscars.
Among the A-listers honored at the black tie event, held annually at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, were Angelina Jolie, Amy Adams, Gary Oldman, Kate Winslet, Allison Janney, Jake Gyllenhaal, Martgot Robbie, Harrison Ford and Shailene Woodley, among many others.
This year's ceremony benefited the Motion Picture and Television Fund, which has long served to help and support the health and human service needs of those in the entertainment industry.
Jolie and Loung Ung were honored with the Hollywood Foreign Language Film Award for First They Killed My Father. The film, which recounts the Khmer Rouge's reign of terror in Cambodia, was adapted from Ung's book and directed by Jolie, whose godmother, Jacqueline Bisset, presented her with the award.
“It was special for Angelina to share the night with her godmother, Jackie,” a source told ET of Jolie's big night, adding that she shared the win with her children at home after the ceremony. “Angelina brought the awards home, changed into pajamas and told the kids about the event over snacks in the kitchen. It was morning in Cambodia.”
Check out the list below to see more of the night's honorees.