Britain's Princess Anne presented actor Sean Connery an award for his "outstanding contribution to world cinema." Connery, only the third recipient of the Silver Mask Tribute Award, said he was "very moved" by the presentation Sunday in London. The previous winners of the British Academy of Film and Television Artists award were Dirk Bogarde and Julie Andrews. "This for me is certainly as important, if not more so, than the Oscars because I don't live either here or in America these days," said Scottish-born Connery, who lives in Marbella, Spain. Connery, 60, played James Bond in seven films until 1983 and is still one of the world's top box office draws. He won the 1988 Oscar for best supporting actor in "The Untouchables." This year he has starred in three major feature films: "Family Business" with Dustin Hoffman, "Hunt For Red October" and "The Russia House" with Michelle Pfeiffer.