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January 22, 2014

Group also gives prize to documentary Bridegroom while other selections including 12 Years a Slave mirror other recent awards

The lesbian-themed French film Blue is the Warmest Color may have been shutout at the Oscars but it was named Foreign Language Film of the Year and LGBT Film of the Year by the Gay and Lesbian Critics Association (GALECA).

GALECA unveiled the winners of its 2013 Dorian Awards on Tuesday (21 January). The group is comprised of over 80 professional entertainment journalists across the US and Europe, including Gay Star News, who write or report for media outlets easily accessible in America.

December 9, 2013

Film has been lauded by Bill Clinton and Oprah Winfrey and won many festival awards

Redbox DVD rental kiosks recently stopped renting out documentaries due to space limitations.

But the company is making an exception to its own rule for the gay-themed documentary Bridegroom which screened on Oprah Winfrey's OWN network last month and was introduced by Bill Clinton at the Tribeca Film Festival last June.

March 29, 2012

Extremist Christian group in UK calls on Tesco supermarket to 'repent' its decision to support London's gay pride festival

Extremist British Christians claim an infestation of mice in a Tesco store is God's punishment for the supermarket's support of gays.

Tesco has seen sales and profits drop recently and the Christian Voice, an anti-gay prayer and campaigning organization, has said the decline is punishment for the UK supermarket chain's decision to sponsor a family area at London’s Pride celebrations.

January 13, 2012

Christian Voice claims God intervened on supermarket’s share price in view of gay pride grant

Extremist British Christians are claiming their God is punishing Tesco for supporting gays after the supermarket reported declining sales.

The dip in like-for-like Christmas sales has seen £5billion ($7.6billion €6billion) wiped off the market value of Britain’s biggest supermarket chain which had previously had an 30-year unbroken record of growth.

January 3, 2012

Tesco tells GSN it may still support London Pride despite Christians claiming they had forced it into a u-turn

Tesco has denied it is dropping support for LGBT pride events in London, despite Christians claiming they have forced the retailer into a u-turn on the issue.

The retailer – which is the UK’s largest supermarket chain – remains booked up as the £30,000 ($47,000 €36,000) sponsor of the family area at this year’s London event which is also the official World Pride for 2012.