HOLLYWOOD actress Renee Zellweger has picked up Germanys Golden Camera award for best international actress. The entertainment prize event also recognised US actor John Travolta and German pop sensation Lena. Actress Renee Zellweger received Germanys Golden Camera award for best international actress at a televised ceremony in Berlin on Saturday evening. Zellweger, who rose to fame in the films Jerry Maguire and Bridget Jones Diary, was credited by awards judges from German television listings magazine Hrzu for her ability to appear natural, authentic and convincing in her roles. Her appearances in the 2010 road movie My Own Love Song as well as the horror film Case 39 were cited as the latest examples of Zellwegers work to impress judges. The award for best international actor went to John Travolta, who received a standing ovation from the crowd. Travolta was honoured with the award, said judges, for the strength of his selection of roles. The role for best German actor went to Ulrich Tukur from the long-running German television crime series Tatort (Crime Scene), which was also chosen as the best crime drama. Best actress on the domestic scene was Anna Loos, who played a role in the drama about care for the elderly Wohin mit Vater? (What should we do with father?). There was also good news for Germanys Eurovision Song Contest winner Lena Meyer-Landrut, singer of the winning entry Satellite, who scooped the award in the German music category. The movie Zivilcourage (Civil Courage), about the impact of rising crime and ethnic tensions in a Berlin neighbourhood, landed the prize for Best German television film. Lifetime achievement awards went to American pop singer Gloria Gaynor, for music, and Back to the Future star Michael J Fox, for his acting. Readers of the TV guide nominate actors, actresses, films and entertainers for the awards with the winners selected by a panel. Agencies