The 2014 Outfest ended on Sunday with the science fiction farce, Space Station 76, starring Matt Bomer, Patrick Wilson, and Liv Tyler, closing out the annual LGBT film festival in Los Angeles. In its 32nd year, the festival recognized the best selections that were showcased between July 10 and July 20.
Drunktown's Finest, directed by Sydney Freeland, took top honors winning both the Jury Grand Award and Audience Award for U.S. Dramatic Feature Film. Finest tells the story of three young Native Americans -- one of whom is a promiscuous transsexual -- striving to escape the hardships of an Indian reservation.
Grand Jury acting prizes went to Gaby Hoffmann -- experiencing a comeback year thanks to Girls -- for her role in Lyle and Frankie Valenti's Tiger Orange co-star Mark Strano. Strano also co-wrote the film about two estranged brothers.