Brother to Brother, Dorian Blues among winners at Philadelphia queer film fest
July 29 2004 11:00 PM ET
The10th Philadelphia International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival wrapped Monday with the announcement of the winners of its jury competition and audience awards. Rodney Evans's Brother to Brother was named Best Feature Film, a prize it had previously scored at New York's New Festival, Los Angeles's Outfest, and San Francisco's Frameline festival. The audience award for Best Feature Film went to Tennyson Bardwell's Dorian Blues. The 13-day festival featured 54 feature films, 22 feature documentaries, 64 shorts, and two special presentations.
Here is a list of winners from the 2004 Philadelphia International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival:
Best Feature Film: Brother to Brother, Rodney Evans
Best Full-Length Documentary Film: Farm Family: In Search of Gay Life in Rural America, Tom Murray
Best Short Film (Gay Male): With What Shall I Wash It, Maria Trénor
Best Short Film (Lesbian): Little Black Boot, Collette Burson
Best Short Film (Trans/General): XX to XY: Fighting to Be Jake, Emily Atef
Best Feature Film: Dorian Blues, Tennyson Bardwell
Best Full-Length Documentary Film: In Good Conscience: Sister Jeannine Gramick's Journey of Faith, Barbara Rick
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