List of nominees – The Hollywood Reporter

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The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics (GALECA) unveiled its nominations for the 2022 Dorian Awards on Tuesday, which honor the best in mainstream and independent cinema.

Jane Campion’s western drama The power of the dog leads the pack with nine total nominations, including Best Picture, Best LGBTQ Picture and Best Director. Animation Film To run away received five nominations, along with a 1920s racial drama Who passed and Steven Spielberg West Side Story.

In the Best Motion Picture Performance category, which is gender neutral, nominees include Kristen Stewart for spencerAndrew Garfield for Tick, tick… Boom! and Benedict Cumberbatch for The power of the dog.

“You could say that the films and performances chosen by members of our society are a reflection of what appeals to the whole fashionable Queer and Trans community,” said GALECA President Monika Estrella Negra, in a press release. “As our representation grows in the industry and beyond, expect the Dorian Awards to continue to shine a light on the importance and excitement of having a diverse critical outlook on film. a lot of work to do to advance a variety of voices and images that are often overlooked and invisible.

The non-profit organization GALECA was created in 2009 to celebrate the achievements of film and television. It includes more than 350 journalists, broadcasters and critics working for media in the United States and abroad.

The winners will be announced on March 17. Check out the full list of nominees below.

BEST FILM

drive my car (Janus)
The power of the dog (Netflix)
The worst person in the world (Neon)
Tick, tick… Boom! (Netflix)
West Side Story (20th century workshops)

BEST LGBTQ FILM

Benedetta (IFC Films)
To run away (Neon, Participant)
Parallel mothers (Sony Pictures Classics)
Baby Shiva (Utopia)
The power of the dog (Netflix)

BEST NON-ENGLISH LANGUAGE FILM

drive my car (Janus)
To run away (Neon, Participant)
Parallel mothers (Sony Pictures Classics)
The worst person in the world (Neon)
Titanium (Neon)

BEST UNKNOWN FILM

Mass (Blecker Street)
Who passed (Netflix)
Baby Shiva (Utopia)
The green knight (A24)
Zola (A24)

BEST DIRECTOR

Jeanne Campion, The power of the dog (Netflix)
Julia Ducournau, Titanium (Neon)
Ryusuke Hamaguchi, drive my car (Janus Films) (Janus)
Steven Spielberg, West Side Story (20th century workshops)
Denis Villeneuve, Dunes (Warner Bros.)

BEST SCENARIO

drive my car (Janus) – Ryusuke Hamaguchi and Takamasa Oe (adapted)
Who passed (Netflix) – Rebecca Hall (adapted)
The lost girl (Netflix) – Maggie Gyllenhaal (adapted)
The power of the dog (Netflix) – Jane Campion (adapted)
The worst person in the world (Neon) – Eskil Vogt and Joachim Trier (original)

BEST FILM PERFORMANCE

Nicholas Cage, Pork (Neon)
Jessica Chastain, Tammy Faye’s eyes (Projector)
Olivia Colman, The lost girl (Netflix)
Benedict Cumberbatch, The power of the dog (Netflix)
Penelope Cruz, Parallel mothers (Sony Pictures Classics)
Andrew Garfield, Tick, tick. . . Boom! (Netflix)
Renate Reinsve, The worst person in the world (Neon)
Simon Rex, red rocket (A24)
Kristen Stewart, spencer (Neon)
Tessa Thompson, Who passed (Netflix)

BEST SUPPORT FILM PERFORMANCE

Ariana DeBose, West Side Story (20th century workshops)
Robin of Jesus, Tick, tick. . . Boom! (Netflix)
Colman Domingo, Zola (A24)
Ann Dowd, Mass (Blecker Street)
Kirsten Dunst, The power of the dog (Netflix)
Mike Faist, West Side Story (20th century workshops)
Troy Kosur, CODA (Apple)
Ruth Nega, Who passed (Netflix)
Martha Plimpton, Mass (Blecker Street)
Kodi Smit-McPhee, The power of the dog (Netflix)

BEST DOCUMENTARY

To run away (Neon, Participant)
Procession (Netflix)
Rita Moreno: Just a girl who decided to go (Road Attractions)
soul summer (Projector, Hulu)
The rescue (Greenwich Entertainment, National Geographic)
The Velvet Underground (Apple)

BEST LGBTQ DOCUMENTARY

Ailey (Neon)
To run away (Neon, Participant)
My name is Pauli Murray (Amazon Studios)
pray away (Netflix)
Wojnarowicz: F**k You F*ggot F***er (Kino Lorber, Wonderland)

THE MOST VISUALLY STRIKING FILM

Dunes (Warner Bros.)
alley of nightmares (Projector)
Who passed (Netflix)
The power of the dog (Netflix)
West Side Story (20th century workshops)
Titanium (Neon)

BEST ANIMATED FILM

Beautiful (GKids)
Encanto (Disney)
To run away (Neon, Participant)
Lucas (Disney)
The Mitchells vs. the Machines (Netflix, Sony)

BEST FILM MUSIC

Dunes (Warner Bros.)
Encanto (Disney)
spencer (Neon)
The power of the dog (Netflix)
Tick, tick. . .Boom! (Netflix)

“WE ARE CRAZY ABOUT YOU!” RISING STAR

Ariana DeBose
Alana Haim
Patti Harrison
Savoy Brown Jasmine
Rachel Zegler

WILD ARTIST

(to a truly revolutionary force in film, theater and/or television)

Pedro Almodóvar
Jeanne Campion
Jennifer Coolidge
Lil Nas X
Lin-Manuel Miranda

MOST CAMP FILM

Anette (Amazon Studios)
Cruel (Disney)
Gucci House (United Artists)
clever (Warner Bros.)
Old (Universal)

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