Thursday, January 13, 2011

Awards Watch: Nominations for the 2010 Dorian Awards

The Gay & Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association (of which yours truly and my fellow Movie Dearest Men on Film Chris Carpenter and Neil Cohen are members) has announced its nominations for the group's second annual Dorian Awards, celebrating the best in film and television for 2010.

In 17 categories, including new ones this year for documentaries and "unsung" movies, GALECA has nominated a wide variety of films and TV programs, both with and without GLBT themes. Titles with multiple nominations include such big screen hits as Black Swan, The Kids Are All Right and The Social Network, while The Big Bang Theory, Glee and Modern Family represent the small screen.

See the comments section below for the complete list of nominations. Winners will be announced January 18 in Los Angeles.

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  1. FILM OF THE YEAR:
    Black Swan
    I Am Love
    The Kids Are All Right
    The Social Network
    Toy Story 3

    FILM PERFORMANCE OF THE YEAR:
    Christian Bale in The Fighter
    Annette Bening in The Kids Are All Right
    Colin Firth in The King's Speech
    James Franco in 127 Hours and Howl
    Lesley Manville in Another Year
    Natalie Portman in Black Swan

    DOCUMENTARY OF THE YEAR (Film, TV or DVD):
    Catfish
    Client 9: the Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer
    Exit Through the Gift Shop
    Inside Job
    Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work
    Restrepo
    Waking Sleeping Beauty
    Waiting for 'Superman'

    LGBT-THEMED FILM OF THE YEAR:
    Howl
    I Love You Phillip Morris
    The Kids Are All Right
    A Marine Story
    La Mission
    Undertow

    LGBT-THEMED DOCUMENTARY OF THE YEAR:
    8: The Mormon Proposition
    Prodigal Sons
    Stonewall Uprising
    Strange Powers: Stephen Merritt and the Magnetic Fields
    Leslie Jordan: My Trip Down the Pink Carpet

    CAMPY — INTENTIONAL OR NOT — FILM OF THE YEAR:
    Burlesque
    Charlie St. Cloud
    I'm Still Here
    Piranha 3-D
    Sex and the City 2

    TV DRAMA OF THE YEAR:
    Boardwalk Empire
    Damages
    Dexter
    The Good Wife
    Mad Men
    True Blood
    The Walking Dead

    TV MUSICAL OR COMEDY OF THE YEAR:
    The Big Bang Theory
    Glee
    Modern Family
    Nurse Jackie
    30 Rock

    TV PERFORMANCE OF THE YEAR: DRAMA:
    Claire Danes in Temple Grandin
    Michael C. Hall in Dexter
    Juliana Margulies in The Good Wife
    Elisabeth Moss in Mad Men
    Edgar Ramirez in Carlos

    TV PERFORMANCE OF THE YEAR: MUSICAL OR COMEDY:
    Louis C.K. in Louis
    Chris Colfer in Glee
    Laura Linney in The Big C
    Jane Lynch in Glee
    Jim Parsons in The Big Bang Theory

    LGBT - THEMED TV SHOW OF THE YEAR:
    Glee
    Modern Family
    Nip/Tuck
    RuPaul's Drag Race
    Ugly Betty

    CAMPY — INTENTIONAL OR NOT — TV SHOW OF THE YEAR:
    The A List
    The Colbert Report
    Hot in Cleveland
    The Real Housewives franchise
    Sarah Palin's Alaska

    THE WE'RE WILDE ABOUT YOU RISING STAR AWARD:
    Darren Criss in Glee
    Andrew Garfield in The Social Network and Never Let Me Go
    Mila Kunis in Black Swan
    Chloe Grace Moretz in Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Kick-Ass and Let Me In
    Sarah Steele in Please Give

    UNSUNG FILM OF THE YEAR:
    The Dissappearance of Alice Creed
    Easy A
    Mother and Child
    Please Give
    Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

    UNSUNG TV SHOW OF THE YEAR:
    Archer
    Bored to Death
    Hung
    Lone Star
    Louie
    Ugly Betty

    WILDE WIT OF THE YEAR:
    Stephen Colbert and the writers of The Colbert Report
    Tina Fey and the writers of 30 Rock
    Rachel Maddow
    Joel McHale
    Aaron Sorkin
    Jon Stewart and the writers of The Daily Show

    TIMELESS AWARD:
    TBA

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