'A Single Man' tops Dorian Awards

Honors handed out by newly formed critics group

Announcing its first Dorian Awards, the new Gay & Lesbian Entertainment Critics Assn. has named "A Single Man" its film of the year and "Glee" the TV musical or comedy of the year.

HBO's "Grey Gardens" was singled out as TV Drama of the Year.

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Colin Firth, who stars in "Man," was honored for turning in the Film Performance of the Year, while Drew Barrymore of "Grey Gardens" and Jane Lynch of "Glee" were recognized for the best TV performances in drama and comedy, respectively.

The "More, Please! Breakout Award" went to Gabourey Sidibe for "Precious."

The stalker thriller "Obsessed" took Campy Film of the Year honors.

MSNBC commentator Rachel Maddow was named 2009's top Savage Wit; Lifetime's gay teen suicide tale "Prayers for Bobby" was picked as LGBT-Themed TV Drama, and Cloris Leachman nabbed GLECA's Forever Ageless Award.

GLECA is comprised of film and television journalists and historians writing or commenting for such media outlets as Us Weekly, the Advocate, TV Guide, Sirius XM radio, Fancast, Alaska radio station KUDO, and Movies.com.