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Announcing the winners of its second annual Dorian Awards on Tuesday, the Gay & Lesbian Entertainment Critics Assn. named the Italian-language film I Am Love, released by Magnolia Pictures, the film of the year and the Roadside Attractions’ release I Love You Phillip Morris, the LGBT-themed film of the year.
But the organization was even more enthusiastic about the TV series Glee, on which it bestowed four awards. Glee was hailed as both TV musical or comedy of the year and LGBT-themed TV show of the year. The award for TV comedy performance resulted in a tie, with two of the show’s co-stars, Golden Globe winners Chris Colfer and Jane Lynch, both being earning the award for TV comedy performance.
Finally, the “We’re Wilde About You Rising Star Award” went to Darren Criss, who made his debut on the series this season with his performance of “Teenage Dream.”
The other film winners were Annette Bening, The Kids Are All Right, film performance of the year; Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work, documentary; 8: The Mormon Proposition, LGBT-themed documentary; and Easy A, unsung film of the year.
The other TV winners were The Good Wife, TV drama; Michael C. Hall, Dexter, TV drama performance; and Hung, unsung TV show of the year.
Rachel Maddow was award the group’s “Wilde Wit of the Year” award.
Dubious achievement prizes were given to Burlesque, which was hailed as Campy — Intentional or Not — Film of the Year” and Hot in Cleveland, which earned the distinction of “Campy — Intentional or Not — TV Show of the Year.”
Angela Lansbury was named the recepient of the “Timeless Award.”
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