'Six Feet Under' nabs best drama; 'Queer Eye' best reality
“Kinsey” took home the kudo for wide-release film at the 16th annual Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation Media Awards-Los Angeles on Saturday night.
Pic’s helmer, Bill Condon, was honored with the Stephen F. Kolzak nod, along with Liza Minnelli, who received the Vanguard award.
Kudofest rewards media that offer fair, accurate and inclusive representations of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
HBO’s “Six Feet Under” nabbed the prize for drama series, while Bravo’s “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy” and MTV’s “The Real World: Philadelphia” tied in the reality skein category.
The individual episode kudo for a series without a regular gay character went to the WB’s “Jack and Bobby” for an episode called “Lost Boys.”
Showtime’s “Jack” garnered the television movie award, “Stage Directions” took the Los Angeles theater kudo, and Univision’s Spanish-language skein “Aqui y ahora” won the TV journalism newsmagazine prize for a program entitled “Los Muxes.”