Over 130 critics and journalists across the nation selected movies and television shows to fit in each of the 23 categories with The Big Short, Brooklyn, Carol, Mad Max: Fury Road, and Spotlight all up for Film of the Year.
GALECA strives to honor entertainment “from mainstream to gaystream,” and has been doing so since 2009. With members from the “LGBTQ-munity” and ally journalists as well, the goals of GALECA are to remind the world of the community’s cultural history, champion the art of witty, wise and historically knowledgeable film and TV criticism and entertainment journalism,” as well as provide support those in this career.
Categories for the Dorian Awards range from TV Musical Moment of The Year to Campy TV Show of the Year to the “We’re Wilde About You!” Rising Star Award.
This year, Jane Fonda was awarded the career-achievement honor, the Timeless Star honor for her work in classics like Klute, Coming Home and 9 to 5, as well as her recent gigs in Youth and Grace and Frankie.
The Dorian Award winners will be announced Tuesday, January 19.
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