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'Argo' Is Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association's Film of the Year

January 19, 2013 (4:57 am) GMT
The Ben Affleck-helmed Iran hostage movie takes the top prize at the group's annual Dorian Awards, which also names Daniel Day-Lews and Anne Hathaway the Best Actor and Actress respectively.
'Argo' Is Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association's Film of the Year

"" has won another award after it recently claimed victory at the 2013 Golden Globe Awards. The -directed Iran hostage movie has been named the Film of the Year by the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association.

The LGBT group has just held its annual Dorian Awards, in which it also names "" lead and "" star the Best Actor and Actress respectively. The group also honors Ang Lee's "" with the Visually Striking Film of the Year award thanks to the movie's stunningly beautiful art direction and cinematography.

Also winning a prize at the award are "" and "", which are tied for Campy Flick of the Year. , who plays bullied gay in "", bags the We're Wilde About You award which is dedicated to newcomers. Meanwhile, Ira Sach's "" about a gay relationship is hailed the LGBT Film of the Year.

Apart from the movie winners, Dorian Awards also announces its winners in TV. They include "" for TV Comedy of the Year, as well as ": and "" which are tied for TV Drama of the Year.

Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Asociation Dorian Awards Winners in Movie:



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