Bad Education, Tarnation among honorees at Glitter Awards
March 01 2005 1:00 AM ET
The International Gay Film Awards were presented Friday in Los Angeles, honoring the year's best gay and lesbian films. Pedro Almodovar's Bad Education was the evening's big winner, taking Best Picture, Best Foreign Film, the Gay Press Award, and Best Actor for star Gael Garcia Bernal. My Mother Likes Women won for Best Lesbian Film, while Brother to Brother was honored as the Best Indie Film. Jonathan Caouette's Tarnation was voted Best Documentary. In the performers section, presented this year for the first time, Laura Linney won Best Actress In a Leading Role for Kinsey, while Veronica Cartwright was named Best Supporting Actress for Straight Jacket. Advocate cover boy Peter Sarsgaard won for Best Actor In a Supporting Role in Fox Searchlight's Kinsey.
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