LOS ANGELES, April 19, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — GALECA: THE SOCIETY OF LGBTQ ENTERTAINMENT CRITICS NAME ‘NOMADLAND’ BEST FILM, ‘MA RAINEY’S BLACK BOTTOM’ BEST LGBTQ FILM DURING ‘DORIANS FILM TOAST’ AWARDS SPECIAL
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Nomadland, the spare and fact-based drama of a group of struggling Americans living off the grid; the vivid blueswoman biopic “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom”; the family-happy fish-out-of-water fable “Minari”; writer-director-actress Radha Blank and her biting showbiz satire “The Forty-Year-Old Version,” the death-to-misogyny revenge thriller “Promising Young Woman”; and the urgent human-rights documentaries “Disclosure” and “Welcome to Chechnya” all scored more than one Dorian Award from GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics last night via a televised special.
GALECA’s Dorian Awards honored the best in film, from mainstream to LGBTQ fare. As revealed in the group’s three-hour Dorians Film Toast 2021, shown on LGBTQ+ streaming platform Revry and hosted by famed entertainer and human rights hero Karel, “Nomadland” earned three Dorians: Best Film, Best Director for…