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GLAAD announces media awards nominations (2143)

2143Entertainment News2001-12-18

GLAAD announces media awards nominations

The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation on Monday announced the nominees for the 13th annual GLAAD Media Awards, which will be presented in 2002 in New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. The awards were created to honor individuals and projects in the media and entertainment industries for their fair, accurate, and inclusive representations of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community and their issues.

Here is complete list of the nominees:

Outstanding Film, Limited Release: Big Eden, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Nico and Dani, Punks, Songcatcher

Outstanding Film, Wide Release: The Mexican

Outstanding Comedy Series: The Ellen Show, Sex and the City, Some of My Best Friends, Will & Grace

Outstanding Drama Series: Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Education of Max Bickford, ER, Queer As Folk, Six Feet Under

Outstanding Individual Episode (In a Series Without a Regular Gay Character): "Between the Wanting and the Getting," Judging Amy, "Gay Divorcee," Family Law, "The Men From the Boys," The Guardian, "Phobia," Law & Order, "Saliendo," Resurrection Blvd.

Outstanding Television Movie: Anatomy of a Hate Crime, Armistead Maupin's Further Tales of the City, A Glimpse of Hell, Stranger Inside, What Makes a Family

Outstanding Documentary: 5 Girls, American High, Keep the River on Your Right: A Modern Cannibal Tale, Paragraph 175, Scout's Honor

Outstanding Daily Drama: All My Children

Outstanding TV Journalism: "The Children Speak," 20/20, "The Face of AIDS," The NewsHour With Jim Lehrer, "Hate in the Hallways," Criminal, "Mark Bingham," Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel, "The Matthew Shepard Story," American Justice

Outstanding Newspaper Article: "Gay Indians Had a Place in Tribe" by Gwen Florio (The Denver Post), "In and Out in Roanoke" by Liza Mundy (The Washington Post), "The Outsiders" by Sara Steffens (Contra Costa Times), "Positive Love" by Jennifer Mathieu ( Houston Press), "Two Men and a Baby" by Louis Bayard (The Washington Post)

Outstanding Newspaper Columnist: Richard Goldstein (The Village Voice), Leonard Pitts Jr. (The Miami Herald), Deb Price (The Detroit News), Neil Steinberg (Chicago Sun-Times), Debbie Woodell (Philadelphia Daily News)

Outstanding Newspaper, Overall Coverage: Cortez [Colo.] Journal, Newsday, The Roanoke [Va.] Times, USA Today, The Village Voice

Outstanding Magazine Article: "Backlash" by Michael Riley (American Journalism Review), "Does a Sex Change Mean the End of the Relationship?" by Sara Corbett (The New York Times Magazine), "The Firemen's Friar" by Jennifer Senior (New York), "Growing Up Gay" by Matthew T. Everett (Metro Pulse of Knoxville, Tenn.), "A Question of Identity" by Malcolm Venable (Vibe)

Outstanding Magazine, Overall Coverage: AsianWeek, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Newsweek, The New York Times Magazine

Outstanding Digital Journalism Article: "20 Years of Tears and Evolution" by Bryan Robinson,; "The Crying Game" by Nina Siegal,; "Gay and Gray" by Sarah Pihl,; "Sports World Still a Struggle for Gays" by Bill Konigsberg,; "Straight Talk" by Patrice Wingert,

Outstanding Digital Journalism, Overall Coverage:,,

Outstanding Advertising, Electronic: "Class of '76" John Hancock Financial Services (TV), "Switcheroo" Miller Lite (TV),

Outstanding Advertising, Print: "Absolut GLAAD" Absolut Vodka, "Not Really His Girlfriend" Mercedes-Benz, "Proposal" Skyy Vodka, "Puppy" Chandon

Outstanding Music Album: Play It Cool, Lea DeLaria; Poses, Rufus Wainwright; Secret Music: A Songbook, David Del Tredici; Skin, Melissa Etheridge; That's Not What I Heard, the Gossip

Outstanding Comic Book: Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Green Lantern, Strangers in Paradise, Top 10, User

Outstanding Comic Strip: Doonesbury, For Better or for Worse

Outstanding Los Angeles Theater Production: The Breakup Notebook, Glorious Wounds...She's Damaged, The Lady Who Loved, The Laramie Project, Looking for Normal

Outstanding New York Theater Production, Broadway & off-Broadway: Dogeaters, Dragapella! Starring the Kinsey Sicks, Four, The Invention of Love, Resident Alien

Outstanding New York Theater Production, off-off Broadway: Dirty Stuff, Go-Go Real, In On It, Shequida's Opera for Dummies, Up Your Ass

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