SAN FRANCISCO – Kim Cattrall and “The Kids Are All Right” were among the winners Saturday night at the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation’s 22nd annual Media Awards.

The “Sex and the City” star was honored with the Golden Gate Award, which is presented to a media professional who has increased the visibility and understanding of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities.

The Oscar-nominated family drama “The Kids Are All Right,” starring Annette Bening and Julianne Moore as lesbian mothers, was awarded the outstanding film trophy at the GLAAD ceremony at the Marriott Marquis in San Francisco.

Other winners included “8: The Mormon Proposition” for documentary; Christian Chavez as Spanish-language music artist; Kara Swisher as local hero; and AT&T as corporate leader.

The GLAAD Media Awards honor media for accurate and inclusive representations of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities. Other awards were previously presented at ceremonies in New York on March 19 and Los Angeles on April 10. Those winners included Scissor Sisters as music artist; “Project Runway” for reality program; “True Blood” for drama; and “Modern Family” and “Glee” in a tie for comedy series.

Graham home from hospital after bout of pneumonia

ASHEVILLE, N.C. – The Rev. Billy Graham was back at his North Carolina home Sunday after being hospitalized for five days with pneumonia.

Graham’s doctors at Mission Hospital in Asheville said the 92-year-old evangelist had responded well to treatment and regained strength.

“We expect continuing recuperation at home with very gradual recovery, returning to normal activities over several weeks,” Dr. Lucian Rice, Graham’s primary care physician, said in a news release from the hospital. “I’m delighted he has come back this fast.”

Graham went to the hospital Wednesday after because of sweating, coughing and breathing difficulty.

Naomi’s fashion show raising funds for Japan

CANNES, France – Naomi Campbell’s charity is piggybacking on the high-wattage Cannes Film Festival to organize a fashion show to aid the Japanese Red Cross’ earthquake and tsunami relief fund.

The show will be held today at a historic market not far from the headquarters of the French Riviera movie showcase, which is in full swing though May 22.

Campbell told Associated Press Television News that the theme of the show is “red carpet,” so “we thought it was appropriate” to stage it in Cannes.

“You have to remind people that they still need help, so it had to be now,” she said.

Campbell’s Fashion for Relief charity staged its first show in 2005 and says it has raised $7.2 million since then.

Coens get a surprise bonus

TEL AVIV, Israel – The moviemaking brothers Joel and Ethan Coen have been awarded a prize worth $1 million.

The Dan David Foundation gives three prizes every year, in past, present and future categories. The Coen brothers won the “present” category for work that was described as “unique in the history of filmmaking.” Joel Coen said Sunday he may use the money to visit Israel, which he has wanted to do for a long time.

The Coens have co-written and co-directed well-known films such as “The Big Lebowski,” ‘Fargo,” “No Country for Old Men” and “True Grit.”

International businessman and philanthropist Dan David has been granting the awards since 2001. Previous winners include Al Gore, Amos Oz, Tony Blair and Yo-Yo Ma.