O GLAAD (Aliança Gay e Lésbica Contra a Difamação, em tradução livre) é uma ONG norte-americana criada em 1985 que monitora a maneira como a mídia retrata a população LGBT. E este ano apresenta uma indicação brasileira. A novela “Amor à Vida”, de Walcyr Carrasco, marcada pelo primeiro beijo entre homens das novelas brasileiras, concorrerá ao prêmio de “Outstanding Novela”.

A trama, exibida pela Globo entre maio de 2013 e janeiro de 2014, está concorrendo com sua versão dublada em espanhol, intitulada “Rastros de Mentiras” e exibida pela rede hispânica MundoMax entre maio e dezembro de 2015. A novela foi vendida para mais de 40 países e foi ao ar em toda a América Latina.

Competem com “Amor à Vida” as produções “Antes Muerta que Lichita”, da Univision, e “Celia” e “Los Miserables”, ambas da Telemundo.

Exibido na maioria dos países que transmitiram a novela da Globo, o beijo gay entre Félix (Mateus Solano) e Niko (Thiago Fragoso) foi editado no México pela TV Azteca e revoltou telespectadores. No Peru, a ATV veiculou o beijo com um aviso na tela de que a cena poderia “ferir suscetibilidades”.

Veja também: LIVRO CONTA HISTÓRIA DAS PRODUÇÕES LGBTS BRASILEIRAS DOS ÚLTIMOS 20 ANOS

As séries LGBT “Orange is the New Black”, “Empire” e “Grey’s Anatomy” também concorrem na premiação, assim como os filmes indicados ao Oscar 2016, “Carol” e “A Garota Dinamarquesa”. A premiação acontecerá em 2 de abril, em Los Angeles, e 14 de maio, em Nova York.

Miley Cyrus e Adam Lambert foram reconhecidos pelo seu esforço em prol da comunidade LGBT e também foram indicados ao GLAAD Media Awards nesta última quarta-feira (27). Os dois cantores competem na mesma categoria, Outstanding Music Artist. Ela chamou a atenção do prêmio pelo álbum independente “Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz”, enquanto o vocalista do Queen se destacou pelo álbum solo “The Original High”.

Confira abaixo a lista completa de indicações ao prêmio:

OUTSTANDING FILM – WIDE RELEASE

  • Carol (The Weinstein Company)
  • The Danish Girl (Focus Features)
  • Dope (Open Road Films)
  • Freeheld (Lionsgate)
  • Grandma (Sony Pictures Classics)

OUTSTANDING FILM – LIMITED RELEASE

  • 52 Tuesdays (Kino Lorber)
  • Appropriate Behavior (Gravitas Ventures)
  • Boy Meets Girl (Wolfe Video)
  • Drunktown’s Finest (Nehst Studios)
  • Tangerine (Magnolia Pictures)

OUTSTANDING DRAMA SERIES

  • Arrow (The CW)
  • Black Sails (Starz)
  • Empire (FOX)
  • The Fosters (ABC Family)
  • Grey’s Anatomy (ABC)
  • How to Get Away with Murder (ABC)
  • Nashville (ABC)
  • Orphan Black (BBC America)
  • Sense8 (Netflix)
  • Shameless (Showtime)

OUTSTANDING COMEDY SERIES

  • Brooklyn Nine-Nine (FOX)
  • Faking It (MTV)
  • Grace and Frankie (Netflix)
  • Looking (HBO)
  • Master of None (Netflix)
  • Modern Family (ABC)
  • Orange Is the New Black (Netflix)
  • Please Like Me (Pivot)
  • Transparent (Amazon Instant Video)
  • Vicious (PBS)

OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL EPISODE

  • (in a series without a regular LGBT character)
  • “Gender” The Carmichael Show (NBC)
  • “Please Don’t Ask, Please Don’t Tell” Black-ish (ABC)
  • “The Prince of Nucleotides” Royal Pains (USA Network)
  • “Rock-a-Bye-Baby” NCIS New Orleans (CBS)
  • “We Build, We Fight” NCIS (CBS)

OUTSTANDING TV MOVIE OR LIMITED SERIES

  • Banana (Logo)
  • Bessie (HBO)
  • Cucumber (Logo)

OUTSTANDING DOCUMENTARY

  • Kumu Hina (PBS)
  • Limited Partnership (PBS)
  • Mala Mala (Strand Releasing)
  • Tab Hunter Confidential (The Film Collaborative)
  • Tig (Netflix)

OUTSTANDING REALITY PROGRAM

  • I Am Cait (E!)
  • I Am Jazz (TLC)
  • New Girls on the Block (Discovery Life)
  • The Prancing Elites Project (Oxygen)
  • Transcendent (Fuse)

OUTSTANDING DAILY DRAMA

  • The Bold and The Beautiful (CBS)

OUTSTANDING MUSIC ARTIST

  • Brandi Carlile, The Firewatcher’s Daughter (ATO Records)
  • Miley Cyrus, Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz (Smiley Miley, Inc.)
  • Adam Lambert, The Original High (Warner Bros. Records)
  • Le1f, Riot Boi (XL Recordings/Terrible Records)
  • Troye Sivan, Blue Neighbourhood (Capitol Records)

OUTSTANDING COMIC BOOK

  • Angela: Queen of Hel, written by Marguerite Bennett (Marvel Comics)
  • Harley Quinn, written by Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti (DC Comics)
  • Lumberjanes, written by Noelle Stevenson,
  • Shanonn Watters, Kat Leyh (BOOM! Studios)
  • Midnighter, written by Steve Orlando (DC Comics)
  • The Wicked + Divine, written by Kieron Gillen (Image Comics)

OUTSTANDING TALK SHOW EPISODE

  • “Alison Bechdel” Late Night with Seth Meyers (NBC)
  • “Aydian Dowling” The Ellen DeGeneres Show (syndicated)
  • “Janet Mock” Super Soul Sunday (OWN)
  • “Jazz Jennings” The Meredith Vieira Show (syndicated)
  • “Transgender Rights” Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

OUTSTANDING TV JOURNALISM – NEWSMAGAZINE

  • “Bruce Jenner: The Interview” 20/20 (ABC)
  • “The Courage Game” SportsCenter (ESPN)
  • “Dividing The United Methodist Church” To The Contrary” (PBS)
  • “Showdown in Indiana: The Battle Over Religious Rights”
  • CNN Special Report (CNN)
  • True Life: I’m Genderqueer (MTV)

OUTSTANDING TV JOURNALISM SEGMENT

  • “Interview with Jim Obergefell” Anderson Cooper 360 (CNN)
  • “Mary Bonauto on Her SCOTUS Victory” The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC)
  • “Nicholas Coppola: Gay & Catholic” America Tonight (Al Jazeera America)
  • “Pushing for Equality for Transgender People” Melissa Harris-Perry (MSNBC)
  • “Toddler Plays Role in Marriage Equality Case” MSNBC Live with Thomas Roberts (MSNBC)

OUTSTANDING NEWSPAPER ARTICLE

  • “Cold Case: The Murders of Cosby and Jackson” by Dianna Wray (Houston Press)
  • “Gay and Transgender Catholics Urge Pope Francis to Take a Stand” by Laurie Goodstein (The New York Times)
  • “Meet Dr. Levine, The State’s Top Doc” by Michael A. Fuoco (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
  • “Navy’s First Openly Gay SEAL Builds His Life Anew” by David Zucchino (Los Angeles Times)
  • “Transgender Today” [series] (The New York Times)

OUTSTANDING MAGAZINE ARTICLE

  • “Behind Brazil’s Gay Pride Parades, a Struggle with Homophobic Violence” by Oscar Lopez (Newsweek)
  • “The First Black Trans Model Had Her Face on a Box of Clairol” by Jada Yuan and Aaron Wong (New York)
  • “Gus Kenworthy’s Next Bold Move” by Alyssa Roenigk (ESPN The Magazine)
  • “Just Your Average (Transgender) Teen” by Andrea Stanley (Seventeen)
  • “Pride & Prejudice” by Linda Villarosa (Essence Magazine)

OUTSTANDING MAGAZINE OVERALL COVERAGE

  • The Advocate
  • Cosmopolitan
  • Seventeen
  • Time
  • Variety

OUTSTANDING DIGITAL JOURNALISM ARTICLE

  • “The Faces of Transgender Teen America” by David Yi (Mashable.com)
  • “How the Killing of a Trans Filipina Woman Ignited an International Incident” by Meredith Talusan (Vice.com)
  • “The Ky Peterson Saga” [series] by Mitch Kellaway and Sunnivie Brydum (Advocate.com)
  • “This Is What It’s Like To Be An LGBT Syrian Fleeing For Your Life” by J. Lester Feder (Buzzfeed.com)
  • “This Tiny Clinic is Fighting for Trans Patients Illegally Denied Medical Care” by Jennifer Swann (TakePart.com)

OUTSTANDING DIGITAL JOURNALISM – MULTIMEDIA

  • “Freed Trans Woman Ashley Diamond On Life Behind Bars In Men’s Prison” HuffPost Live (HuffingtonPost.com)
  • “Holler if You Hear Me: Black and Gay in the Church” by Clay Cane (BET.com)
  • “Queerness On The Front Lines Of #BlackLivesMatter” MSNBC Originals (MSNBC.com)
  • “Stopping HIV? The Truvada Revolution” Vice Reports (Vice.com)
  • “Transgender, at War and in Love” by Fiona Dawson (NewYorkTimes.com)

SPECIAL RECOGNITION

  • Beautiful As I Want To Be (Logotv.com)
  • This is Me (Amazon Instant Video

OUTSTANDING NOVELA

  • Antes muerta que Lichita (Univision)
  • Celia (Telemundo)
  • Los miserables (Telemundo)
  • Rastros de mentiras (MundoMax)

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