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Dorian Award (GALECA)

 
The Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association's Dorian Awards honor film and TV.

The Dorian Awards are given to the group's choices for the finest in film and television accessible in the U.S., across a variety of categories, from general to LGBTQ-centric. In addition to more traditional categories such as Film of the Year and TV Comedy of the Year, Dorians are given to more unusual categories, including Unsung TV Show of the Year, Visually Striking Film of the Year and 'Campy' Flick of the Year, an honor that has generated some amusement from the press.

Rather than present an official awards ceremony, GALECA hosts its annual "Winners Toast," an informal afternoon party in Los Angeles for members, winners, nominees and associates usually held within a week after the Academy Awards.

The event is held several weeks after the winners are announced.

As with other critics circles, GALECA has no entry process for its awards per se, though the organization has its nomination requirements. Considered films must have had at minimum a limited theatrical release of one week during the given year. Documentary of the Year nominations can either be film, TV (including online) or DVD releases.


All the Winners can be found here