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    "Argo," Anne Hathaway And Lindsay Lohan Honored By Gay Critics

    The Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association announced the winners of its Dorian Awards, which recognizes the best in movies, TV shows and not just the LGBT-centric. (And it's probably the only time Lindsay Lohan is taking home an honor this year.)

    Film Of The Year: "Argo"

    Film Performance Of The Year - Actor: Daniel Day Lewis ("Lincoln")

    Film Performance Of The Year - Actress: Anne Hathaway ("Les Miserables")

    LGBT Film Of The Year: "Keep The Lights On"

    Documentary Of The Year: "How to Survive a Plague"

    Visually Striking Film Of The Year: "Life Of Pi"

    (Honoring a production of stunning beauty, from art direction to cinematography)

    Campy Flick Of The Year: "Magic Mike" and "The Paperboy"

    Unsung Film Of The Year: "Bernie"

    TV Drama Of The Year: "American Horror Story: Asylum" and "Homeland"

    TV Comedy Of The Year: "Girls"

    TV Performance Of The Year - Actor: Damian Lewis ("Homeland")

    TV Performance Of The Year - Actress: Jessica Lange ("American Horror Story: Asylum")

    TV Musical Performance Of The Year: Jennifer Hudson (Tribute to Whitney Houston, The Grammys)

    LGBT TV Show Of The Year: "Modern Family" and "The New Normal"

    Campy TV Show Of The Year: "Liz & Dick"

    Unsung TV Show Of The Year: "Happy Endings"

    TV Or Movie Title Of The Year: "Don’t Trust the B—— in Apt. 23"

    We're Wilde About You (Newcomer Award): Ezra Miller

    Wilde Wit Of The Year: Jon Stewart

    Wilde Artist Of The Year: Ryan Murphy

    Timeless Award: Sir Ian McKellen

    More information about the Gay And Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association and the Dorian Awards here.