"Any Day Now," a drama about gay adoption from director Travis Fine, has won the Tribeca Film Festival's Heineken Audience Award for the festival's favorite narrative feature.
In a Saturday night festival wrap party in New York, the Detroit-set documentary "Burn" was named the favorite documentary.
"Any Day Now" (left) stars Alan Cumming as an aspiring singer who, together with his closeted district attorney partner (Garret Dillahunt), tries to adopt a teenager with Down syndrome (Isaac Leyva). Director Fine was previously represented at Tribeca with his 2012 film "The Space Between."
"Burn" (below) follows...