GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Criticscomposed of more than 200 LGBTQA entertainment journalists in the United States, Canada and United Kingdomhas announced its ninth annual Dorian Award winners.
This year's 26 TV and film categories ( from mainstream to LGBTQ-centric ) include inaugural awards for Supporting Film Performance. A handful of select recipients will join the group for GALECA's annual Winners Toast on Saturday, Feb. 24, in Beverly Hills, California.
Among the film winners are Call Me By Your Name ( Film of the Year ), Lady Bird's Greta Gerwig ( Director of the Year ), The Shape of Water's Sally Hawkins ( Best Actress ), Call Me By Your Name's Timothee Chalamet ( Best Actor ), BPM ( Foreign-Language Film of the Year ), mother! ( Campy Flick of the Year ), Jordan Peele ( Screenplay of the Year, for Get Out ) and God's Own Country ( Unsung Film of the Year ), among others.
Television winners include Big Little Lies ( TV Drama of the Year ), The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel ( TV Comedy of the Year ), Nicole Kidman ( Best TV Actress, for Big Little Lies ), Kyle MacLachlan ( Best TV Actor, for Twin Peaks: The Return ), RuPaul's Drag Race ( LGBTQ Show of the Year ) and Feud: Betty and Joan ( Campy TV Show of the Year ), among others.
Other awards include the 'We're Wilde About You!' Rising Star Award ( given to Chalamet ), the Wilde Wit of the Year Award ( given to Peele and Kate McKinnon ), Wilde Artist of the Year ( Peele ) and the Timeless Star ( Meryl Streep ).