By Chris Michaud
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oscar may have snubbed "Brokeback Mountain," but the so-called gay cowboy movie was tops with a gay watchdog group on Monday, adding the top prize to its burgeoning roster of honors at the GLAAD Media Awards.
The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation named the film, which lost an Oscar for best picture to "Crash," the year's best wide release motion picture at its 17th annual awards.
Director Ang Lee accepted the award, commenting: "Finally, an award that actually means something." Noting that "Brokeback Mountain" had won a slew of awards, Lee said, "Some of these are very meaningful to me". Read more