image+nation is the name given to Montreal 's International LGBT film festival. The 19th installment just wrapped up, and the jury has announced their winners. Each year, the festival picks both feature-length and short films to be honored, and this year shows a diverse cross-section of talent, including a tie for the top grand jury prize as well as best documentary.

It's an interesting collection of films. On the one hand, there's Good Boys, which discusses a relationship between two young men who are both struggling with issues like prostitution and drugs. On the other, there's one of the documentary nods -- Camp Out, which is about a Christian camp that accepts gay children as they come to terms with the disconnect between their sexuality and religion. In short, the winners, along with the long list of films included in the festival, definitely show a diverse cross-section of cultures and circumstance, and can provide a great guide for those looking for more LGBT cinema.

Grand Jury Prize: The jury elected to award a tie to two films, Yair Hochner's Good Boys, and Tudor Giurgiu's Love Sick.

Coup de Coeur Prize:Fat Girls - Ash Christian

Shorts Grand Jury Prize:Jean Genet in Chicago by Frederic Moffet

Audience Prize for Best Feature:Loving Annabelle by Katherine Brooks

Best Documentary: The second tie, the best doc prize is shared by Larry Grimaldi and Kirk Marcolina's Camp Out and Nancy Nicol's La Politique du Coeur, orPolitics of the Heart.

Audience Prize for Best Short:Vaguement Romantique by Sebastien Gauthier

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