'Kids Are All Right,' 'Black Swan' Top Gay & Lesbian Critics Nominations
The films' stars Annette Bening, Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis are among those receiving acting recognition.
The Kids Are All Right and Black Swan have earned three nominations each from the Gay & Lesbian Entertainment Critics, which has announced nominations for its second annual Dorian Awards.
Kids and Swan were nominated for film of the year along with I Am Love, The Social Network and Toy Story 3.
Kids also picked up noms for Annette Bening for film performance of the year and LGBT-themed film. Swan's Natalie Portman also scored for film performance of the year, while her co-star Mila Kunis was nominated in the rising star category, along with Glee's Darren Criss, The Social Network's Andrew Garfield, Kick-Ass' Chloe Grace Moretz and Please Give's Sarah Steele.
For LGBT-themed film of the year, Kids will compete with A Marine Story; Howl; I Love You, Phillip Morris; La Mission; and the Peruvian film Undertow.
A few nominees might have wished they had escaped the group's notice, though. The movies that rated a mention in the category of campy -- intentional or not -- film of the year are Burlesque, Charlie St. Cloud, Joaquin Phoenix's I'm Still Here, Piranha 3-D and Sex and the City 2.
In the corresponding TV category, the camp nominees are Hot in Cleveland, Sarah Palin's Alaska, The A List, The Colbert Report and the Real Housewives franchise.
Winners in the 17 categories will be announced Jan. 18.
A complete list of nominees can be found on the next page.
FILM OF THE YEAR
I Am Love
The Kids Are All Right
The Social Network
Toy Story 3
FILM PERFORMANCE OF THE YEAR
Christian Bale -- The Fighter
Annette Bening -- The Kids Are All Right
Colin Firth -- The King's Speech
James Franco -- 127 Hours and Howl
Lesley Manville -- Another Year
Natalie Portman -- Black Swan
DOCUMENTARY OF THE YEAR (Film, DVD or TV)
Client 9: the Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer
Exit Through the Gift Shop
Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work
Waking Sleeping Beauty
Waiting for Superman
LGBT-THEMED FILM OF THE YEAR
A Marine Story
I Love You, Phillip Morris
The Kids Are All Right
LGBT-THEMED DOCUMENTARY OF THE YEAR
8: The Mormon Proposition
Strange Powers: Stephen Merritt and the Magnetic Fields
Leslie Jordan: My Trip Down the Pink Carpet
CAMPY -- INTENTIONAL OR NOT -- FILM OF THE YEAR
Charlie St. Cloud
I'm Still Here
Sex and the City 2
TV DRAMA OF THE YEAR
The Good Wife
The Walking Dead
TV MUSICAL OR COMEDY OF THE YEAR
The Big Bang Theory
TV DRAMA PERFORMANCE OF THE YEAR
Claire Danes -- Temple Grandin
Michael C. Hall -- Dexter
Juliana Margulies -- The Good Wife
Elisabeth Moss -- Mad Men
Edgar Ramirez -- Carlos
TV COMEDY PERFORMANCE OF THE YEAR
Louis C.K. -- Louis
Chris Colfer -- Glee
Laura Linney -- The Big C
Jane Lynch -- Glee
Jim Parsons -- The Big Bang Theory
LGBT-THEMED TV SHOW OF THE YEAR
RuPaul's Drag Race
CAMPY -- INTENTIONAL OR NOT -- TV SHOW OF THE YEAR
Hot in Cleveland
Sarah Palin's Alaska
The A List
The Colbert Report
The Real Housewives franchise
THE WE'RE WILDE ABOUT YOU RISING STAR AWARD
Darren Criss -- Glee
Andrew Garfield -- The Social Network and Never Let Me Go
Mila Kunis -- Black Swan
Chloe Grace Moretz -- Kick-Ass, etc.
Sarah Steele -- Please Give
UNSUNG FILM OF THE YEAR
Mother and Child
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
The Disappearance of Alice Creed
UNSUNG TV SHOW OF THE YEAR
Bored to Death
WILDE WIT OF THE YEAR
Stephen Colbert and the writers of The Colbert Report
Tina Fey and the writers of 30 Rock
Jon Stewart and the writers of The Daily Show