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News: UK

Mon 19 Jul, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


Ned Farr's "A Marine Story" and James Kent's "The Secret Diaries of Miss Anne Lister" were named best U.S. dramatic feature and international dramatic feature, respectively

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Two lesbian dramas won top awards Sunday at Outfest, the 28th Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Film Festival with British film about Anne Lister being one of them.

Ned Farr's "A Marine Story" and James Kent's "The Secret Diaries of Miss Anne Lister" were named best U.S. dramatic feature and international dramatic feature, respectively.

"Marine," which also picked up the audience award for dramatic feature, stars best actress winner Dreya Weber as a decorated Marine officer whose career is imperilled by the ban on gays in the military.

The British film "Anne Lister" tells the true story of a landowner in 19th century England.

Source: Reuters

 

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