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'The Way He Looks,' 'Appropriate Behavior' Among Outfest Los Angeles 2014 Winners

Photo of Eric Eidelstein By Eric Eidelstein | Indiewire July 21, 2014 at 10:46AM

Outfest, an organization that celebrates LGBT film, has announced the winners of its 32nd Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival. The festival ran from July 10-20 and closed with "Space Station 76," which stars Patrick Wilson, Matt Bomer and Liv Tyler.
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Outfest, an organization that celebrates LGBT film, has announced the winners of its 32nd Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival. The festival ran from July 10-20 and closed with "Space Station 76," starring Patrick Wilson, Matt Bomer and Liv Tyler.

Outfest 2014 Award Winners

Audience Awards:

Documentary Short
Families Are Forever, Directed by Vivian Kleiman
 
Dramatic Short
Alone With People, Directed by Drew Van Steenbergen
 
Documentary Feature
Back on Board: Greg Louganis, Directed by Cheryl Furjanic
 
Dramatic Feature
The Way He Looks, Directed by Daniel Ribeiro
 

First US Dramatic Feature
Drunktown’s Finest, Directed by Sydney Freeland

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Grand Jury Awards:

Documentary Feature Special Recognition
Dior and I, Directed by Frédéric Tcheng

Documentary Feature Winner
The Circle, Directed by Stefan Haupt

Actor in a U.S. Dramatic Feature
Mark Strano in Tiger Orange

Actress in a U.S. Dramatic Feature
Gaby Hoffmann in Lyle

Screenwriting in a U.S. Dramatic Feature
Desiree Akhavan for Appropriate Behavior

U.S. Dramatic Feature Film
Drunktown’s Finest, Directed by Sydney Freeland

International Dramatic Feature Special Recognition
Lilting, Directed by Hong Khaou

International Dramatic Feature
Something Must Break, Directed by Ester Martin Bergsmark

Documentary Short Film
Flying Solo: A Transgender Widow Fights Discrimination, Directed by Leslie Von Pless

Experimental Short Film
Get Ripped, Directed by Leonardo Van Dijl

Dramatic Short Film
Jellyfish, Directed by Rosie Haber

Special Programming Awards:

Emerging Talent
Robert Hawk for Home From the Gym

Freedom
Bad Hair, Directed by Mariana Rondón

Artistic Achievement
Abdellah Taïa for Salvation Army

This article is related to: Outfest, Festivals, LGBT, The Way He Looks





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