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Miami Gay and
Lesbian Film Festival announces winners

Miami Gay and
Lesbian Film Festival announces winners

A Love to Hide, a story of gay love during WWII, takes top prize.

The eighth annual Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival announced its winners Monday, with a story of gay love during World War II taking the top prize. Christian Faure was awarded $5,000 when his Nazi-era epic, A Love to Hide, won the festival's Best Juried Fiction Feature. The film also won the Audience Favorite Feature award at the festival, which took place April 21-30.

Best Juried Documentary went to small town gay bar, directed by Malcolm Ingram, while Andrea Meyerson's Laughing Matters...More!--about lesbian comedians--won the Audience Favorite Documentary award.

Special Jury Award for Origininality of Vision when to Ramon Salazar's 20 Centimeters, and the PlanetOut Short Movie Award winners were Butler, Dani & Alice, Jaywalking, Surf Gang, and Sissy French Fry. (The Advocate)

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