By Jeremy Kinser
Originally published on Advocate.com January 17 2012 4:53 PM ET
The romantic drama Weekend; We Were Here, a searing chronicle of the AIDS epidemic in San Francisco; and the haunted house series American Horror Story each took two honors in the Gay and Lesbian Critics Association's third annual Dorian Awards.
Andrew Haigh's critically acclaimed Weekend was voted both best overall and Best LGBT-themed Film of 2011, while the nonfiction We Were Here, directed by David Weissman and Bill Weber, was voted best overall documentary and best LGBT-themed documentary. American Horror Story, the FX supernatural hit from Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, won for TV drama of the year, and its star Jessica Lange, who also won a Golden Globe on Sunday for her performance, was honored for TV performance of the year. Modern Family was voted LGBT-themed TV show of the year. TV musical program of the year resulted in a tie between Glee and Lady Gaga Presents the Monster Ball Tour. The group, made up of LGBT entertainment journalists from an array of media outlets, including two Advocate staff members, injects some good humor into the categories. The Muppets was honored as campy film of the year and Betty White was named timeless star.
See the full list of winners below. For more information visit GALECA.com.
Film of the Year: Weekend
Film Performance of the Year: Meryl Streep, The Iron Lady
Documentary of the Year: We Were Here
LGBT-Themed Film of the Year: Weekend
LGBT-Themed Documentary of the Year: We Were Here
Campy (Intentional or Not) Film of the Year: The Muppets
Unsung Film of the Year: 50/50
TV Drama of the Year: American Horror Story
TV Comedy of the Year: Modern Family
TV Musical Program of the Year (tie): Glee and Lady Gaga Presents the Monster Ball Tour
TV Performance of the Year: Jessica Lange, American Horror Story
LGBT-Themed TV Show of the Year: Modern Family
Campy (Intentional or Not) TV Show of the Year: Revenge
Unsung TV Show of the Year: Suburgatory
The We're Wilde About You Rising Star Award: Michael Fassbender
Wilde Wit of the Year Award: Kathy Griffin
Timeless Star: Betty White