Bradley Cooper, Naomi Watts, Ben Affleck & More Stars Hit The Red Carpet For The 24th Annual Palm Springs Film Festival [PHOTOS]

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If you thought film festival season was over, prepare to be amazed as we bring you your favorite celebrities on the red carpet at the 24th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival.

But it wasn’t just any old film festival, it was also a stop on the award season train. Loads of celebrities were honored for their work in film this year.

Super hottie Bradley Cooper–who looks just so dashing in a tux–was awarded the actor Desert Palm Achievement Award for his work in Silver Linings Playbook.

Gorgeous Aussie Naomi Watts was honored with the actress Desert Palm Achievement Award for The Impossible. I’m pretty much in love with her blue dress. Ben Affleck and the cast of his film, Argo, received the Ensemble Performance Award. Check out the full awards list, and find out which other stars hit the red carpet, after the jump!

I think we all just need to take a moment and appreciate how freaking gorgeous Helen Mirren is. The Oscar-winning actress, who was honored with the International Star Award for Hitchcock, looked absolutely stunning in a floor-length red gown. I want Helen Mirren to be my best friend. Anyone else have that desire?

Launch the gallery to check out all the other stars who hit the red carpet like Eddie Redmayne, Bryan Cranston, Helen Hunt and way more. Also, Charo was there. Yes. Who’s your pick for best dressed? I’m stuck between Helen Mirren and Naomi Watts. Leave us your vote in the comments!

Argo’s Ben Affleck, Alan Arkin and Bryan Cranston received the Ensemble Performance Award

Bradley Cooper, the actor Desert Palm Achievement Award for Silver Linings Playbook

Naomi Watts, the actress Desert Palm Achievement Award for The Impossible

Helen Hunt, Spotlight Award for The Sessions

Helen Mirren, International Star Award for Hitchcock

Mychael Danna, the Frederick Loewe Award for Film Composing for Life of Pi

Richard Gere, Chairman’s Award for Arbitrage

Robert Zemeckis, Director of the Year Award for Flight

Sally Field (Lincoln), Career Achievement Award.

Tom Hooper, the Sonny Bono Visionary Award for Les Miserables