They’ve been announced.
The Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association
announced on Wednesday the winners of its fourth annual Dorian Awards,
honoring the finest in film, television and overall performances, not
just LGBT-centric. Formed in 2009, GALECA presents its annual Dorian
Awards, named after noted wit Oscar Wilde and his seminal novel The Picture of Dorian Gray, each February.
Argo, Daniel Day-Lewis and Anne Hathaway continue to build
momentum towards the Oscars following their wins at Sunday’s Golden
Globes with best film, actor and actress wins, respectively. Fellow
Oscar hopeful How to Survive a Plague picked up Documentary of the Year and Matthew McCounaghey double feature Magic Mike and The Paperboy tied for Campy Flick of the Year.
On the television front, American Horror Story: Asylum tied with Homeland for Drama of the Year and Modern Family tied with The New Normal for Comedy of the Year. So perhaps it was inevitable that Ryan Murphy, who’s behind both Horror Story and New Normal, won the Wilde Artist of the Year.
Meanwhile, Liz & Dick picked up one of the few awards it will ever see for Campy TV Show of the Year, but as Lindsay infamously said, “Who’s counting?” Check out the full list of winners below:
Film of the Year
Film Performance of the Year
Daniel Day-Lewis, Lincoln
Anne Hathaway, Les Misérables
LGBT-Themed Film of the Year
Keep the Lights On
Documentary of the Year
How to Survive a Plague
Visually Striking Film of the Year
Life of Pi
Campy Flick of the Year (tie)
Unsung Film of the Year
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