GLAAD Media Awards

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Since 1990, the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) has presented the GLAAD Media Awards to recognize and honor various branches of the media for their outstanding representations of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender communities and the issues that affect their lives.

Below is a list of all the movies nominated for GLAAD Media Awards in the categories of Outstanding Film (later Outstanding Film - Wide Release and Outstanding Film - Limited Release), Documentary and Television Movie or Mini-Series (Later TV Movie and Limited Series). It includes all the nominees through to the present.

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  1. 23 -

    The Question of Equality

    1995, in 0 top lists Check
  2. 50 -

    Hide and Seek

    1997, in 0 top lists Check
  3. 51 -

    I Shall Not Be Removed: The Life of Marlon Riggs

    1996, in 0 top lists Check
  4. 70 -

    The Real Ellen Story

    1997, in 0 top lists Check
  5. 87 -

    E! True Hollywood Story: Divine

    1999, in 0 top lists Check
  6. 88 -

    Golden Threads

    1999, in 0 top lists Check
  7. 89 -

    The Man Who Drove with Mandela

    1999, in 0 top lists Check
  8. 90 -

    Out at Work

    1997, in 0 top lists Check
  9. 103 -

    Our House: A Very Real Documentary About Kids...

    2000, in 0 top lists Check
  10. 105 -

    You Don't Know Dick: Courageous Hearts of...

    1997, in 0 top lists Check
  11. 115 -

    Punks

    2000, in 0 top lists Check
  12. 118 -

    5 Girls

    2001, in 0 top lists Check
  13. 119 -

    Keep the River on Your Right: A Modern Cannibal...

    2000, in 0 top lists Check
  14. 153 -

    A Boy Named Sue

    2000, in 0 top lists Check
  15. 157 -

    School's Out: The Life of a Gay High School in...

    2003, in 0 top lists Check
  16. 240 -

    A Jihad for Love

    2007, in 0 top lists Check
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Last updated on Aug 3, 2020 by MovieDearest; source