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‘All Of Us Strangers’ Named Film Of The Year To Lead LGBTQ Critics’ Dorian Film Awards

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Andrew Haigh’s All of Us Strangers won Film of the Year and LGBTQ Film of the Year honors from the Dorian Film Awards, the annual honors bestowed GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics.

The Searchlight drama starring Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal as two troubled souls who fall for each other in lonely London, also scored a leading third win, LGBTQ Screenplay of the Year, for Haigh’s script.

It led all nominees this year with nine. “Twelve years ago, Andrew Haigh’s fresh and observant queer romance Weekend ruled our Dorians as well,” GALECA president Walt Hickey said Monday in revealing the awards. “So the fact that Strangers obviously touched many of our members’ hearts as well counts as sort of a sweet homecoming to our organization.”  RELATED: ‘All Of Us Strangers’: Read The Screenplay For Andrew Haigh’s Romantic Fantasy Starring Andrew Scott & Paul Mescal Killers of the Flower Moon‘s Lily Gladstone won for Film Performance of the Year, Greta Gerwig won Director of the Year for Barbie, and Samy Burch won Screenplay of the Year for May December.

Barbie, which had seven nominations overall, also won for Film Music of the Year, while May December‘s Charles Melton won for Best Supporting Performance, and director Todd Haynes was given the group’s Wilde Artist Award.

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