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17/10/2013

Winners of “Gayo Awards for LGTB Cinema and Television” 2009

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Homocine, the website to understand LGTB Cinema and Television, is proud to announce the winners of the 9th edition of “Gayo Awards for LGTB Cinema and Television” to the best LGTB-themed films and TV series of 2009. All the films premiered at Spanish cinemas from March 2009 to February 2010 have participated, as well as the TV series with new episodes broadcast by Spanish TV channels during the same period.

The winners are:

Best TV or Internet series: fisicaoquimica

Física o Química (Antena 3 TV)

Aída (Telecinco) 15.2%
Brothers & Sisters (Cuatro) 17.3%
Física o Química (Antena 3 TV) 32.7%
Lo Que Surja (Internet) 15.2%
True Blood (Cuatro) 19.6%
Best Actor in a TV or Internet series: javiercalvo

Javier Calvo (Física o Química)

Javier Calvo (Física o Química) 43.5%
Eduardo Casanova (Aída) 26.1%
Nelsan Ellis (True Blood) 6.5%
Željko Ivanek (Damages) 10.9%
Matthew Rhys (Brothers & Sisters) 13.0%
Best Actress in a TV or Internet series: oliviawilde

Olivia Wilde (House)

Sally Field (Brothers & Sisters) 32.6%
Rachel Griffiths (Brothers & Sisters) 23.9%
Olivia Wilde (House) 43.5%
Best Performance by a Cast in a TV or Internet series: fisicaoquimica_reparto

Física o Química (Antena 3 TV)

Brothers & Sisters (Cuatro) 30.4%
Física o Química (Antena 3 TV) 47.8%
Lo Que Surja (Internet) 21.8%

Winners of “Gayo Awards for LGTB Cinema and Television” 2008

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Homocine, the website to understand LGTB Cinema and Television, is proud to announce the winners of the 8th edition of “Gayo Awards for LGTB Cinema and Television” to the best LGTB-themed films and TV series of 2008. All the films premiered at Spanish cinemas from March 2008 to February 2009 have participated, as well as the TV series with new episodes broadcast by Spanish TV channels during the same period.

The winners are:

Best TV or Internet series: aida

Aída
(Telecinco)

Aída (Telecinco) 37.7%
Ugly Betty (Cuatro) 14.8%
Brothers & Sisters (Cuatro) 20.6%
Física o Química (Antena 3 TV) 11.7%
The L Word (Canal +) 15.2%
Best Actor in a TV or Internet series: eduardocasanova

Eduardo Casanova
(Aída)

Javier Calvo (Física o Química) 12.1%
Eduardo Casanova (Aída) 43.0%
Luke Macfarlane (Brother & Sisters) 15.7%
Matthew Rhys (Brother & Sisters) 17.9%
Michael Urie (Ugly Betty) 11.2%
Best Actress in a TV or Internet series: anafernandez

Ana Fernández
(Cuestión de Sexo)

Carla Antonelli (El Síndrome de Ulises) 15.2%
Jennifer Beals (The L Word) 15.2%
Ana Fernández (Cuestión de Sexo) 33.2%
Rebecca Romijn (Ugly Betty) 7.6%
Olivia Wilde (House) 28.7%
Best Performance by a Cast in a TV or Internet series: cincohermanos

Brothers & Sisters
(Cuatro)

Ugly Betty (Cuatro) 29.1%
Brothers & Sisters (Cuatro) 46.2%
The L Word (Canal +) 24.7%

Winners of “Gayo Awards for LGTB Cinema and Television” 2007

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Homocine, the website to understand LGTB Cinema and Television, is proud to announce the winners of the 7th edition of “Gayo Awards for LGTB Cinema and Television” to the best LGTB-themed films and TV series of 2007. All the films premiered at Spanish cinemas from March 2007 to February 2008 have participated, as well as the TV series with new episodes broadcast by Spanish TV channels during the same period.

The winners are:

Best TV or Internet series: loquesurjaLo Que Surja
(Internet)
Brothers & Sisters (Cuatro) 9.0%
The L Word (Canal +) 5.6%
La Que Se Avecina (Telecinco) 0.6%
Lo Que Surja (Internet) 64.7%
Queer as Folk (Cuatro) 20.1%
Best Actor in a TV or Internet Series: eduardocasanovaEduardo Casanova
(Aída)
Gale Harold (Queer as Folk) 27.2%
Eduardo Casanova (Aída) 33.0%
Matthew Rhys (Brothers & Sisters) 17.0%
Roberto San Martín (La Que Se Avecina) 4.9%
Hal Sparks (Queer as Folk) 17.9%
Best Actress in a TV or Internet Series: sharon_glessSharon Gless
(Queer as Folk)
Jennifer Beals (The L Word) 12.3%
Michelle Clunie (Queer as Folk) 16.4%
Sally Field (Brothers & Sisters) 22.5%
Sharon Gless (Queer as Folk) 43.8%
Roma Maffia (Nip/Tuck) 4.9%
Best Performance by a Cast in a TV or Internet Series: loquesurjaLo Que Surja
Brothers & Sisters (Cuatro) 11.4%
The L Word (Canal +) 5.9%
La Que Se Avecina (Telecinco) 0.6%
Lo Que Surja (Internet) 64.5%
Queer as Folk (Cuatro) 17.6%

Winners of “Gayo Awards for LGTB Cinema and Television” 2006

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Homocine, the website to understand LGTB Cinema and Television, is proud to announce the winners of the 6th edition of “Gayo Awards for LGTB Cinema and Television” to the best LGTB-themed films and TV series of 2006. All the films premiered at Spanish cinemas from March 2006 to February 2007 have participated, as well as the TV series with new episodes broadcast by Spanish TV channels during the same period.

The winners are:

Best TV Series: queer-as-folk-usa2

Queer as Folk (Cuatro)

Aquí No Hay Quien Viva (Antena 3 TV) 6.6%
The L Word (Canal +) 21.9%
Mujeres (La 2) 7.7%
Nip/Tuck (Autonómicas) 10.4%
Queer as Folk (Cuatro) 53.6%
Best Actor in a TV Series: gale_harold

Gale Harold (Queer as Folk)

Gale Harold (Queer as Folk) 36.6%
Aitor Merino (Mujeres) 4.4%
Luis Merlo (Aquí No Hay Quien Viva) 13.1%
Eduardo Casanova (Aída) 28.4%
Hal Sparks (Queer as Folk) 17.5%
Best Actress in a TV Series: sharon_gless

Sharon Gless (Queer as Folk)

Jennifer Beals (The L Word) 21.9%
Michelle Clunie (Queer as Folk) 17.5%
Sharon Gless (Queer as Folk) 41.5%
Eva Isanta (Aquí No Hay Quien Viva) 11.5%
Roma Maffia (Nip/Tuck) 7.7%
Best Performance by a Cast in a TV Series: queer-as-folk-usa2

Queer as Folk

Aquí No Hay Quien Viva (Antena 3 TV) 10.4%
The L Word (Canal +) 21.9%
Mujeres 12.0%
Nip/Tuck (Autonómicas) 7.1%
Queer as Folk (Cuatro) 48.6%

Winners of “Gayo Awards for LGTB Cinema and Television” 2005

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Homocine, the website to understand LGTB Cinema and Television, is proud to announce the winners of the 5th edition of “Gayo Awards for LGTB Cinema and Television” to the best LGTB-themed films and TV series of 2005. All the films premiered at Spanish cinemas from March 2005 to February 2006 have participated, as well as the TV series with new episodes broadcast by Spanish TV channels during the same period.

The winners are:

Best TV Series: lword

The L Word
(Canal +)

Desperate Housewives (La Primera de TVE) 14.8%
Aquí No Hay Quien Viva (Antena 3) 25.2%
The L Word (Canal+) 44.3%
Six Feet Under (La 2 de TVE) 15.7%
Hospital Central (Telecinco) Disqualified due to fraudulent votes
Best Actor in a TV Series: luismerlo

Luis Merlo
(Aquí No Hay Quien Viva)

Luis Merlo (Aquí No Hay Quien Viva) 64.7%
Michael C. Hall (Six Feet Under) 12.8%
Eric Mabius (The L Word) 10.8%
Ryan Carnes (Desperate Housewives) 9.6%
Mathew St. Patrick (Six Feet Under) 2.0%
Best Actress in a TV Series: anabel_alonso

Anabel Alonso
(7 Vidas)

Jennifer Beals (The L Word) 31.6%
Anabel Alonso (7 Vidas) 44.7%
Mena Suvari (Six Feet Under) 10.8%
Patricia Vico (Hospital Central) Disqualified due to fraudulent votes
Alyson Hannigan (Buffy, the Vampire Slayer) 7.9%
Public’s Best TV Series Award: lword

The L Word (Canal+) (47.4%)

Special Mention for:

hospitalcentralpatriciavico

Hospital Central and Patricia Vico

Winners of “Gayo Awards for LGTB Cinema and Television” 2004

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Homocine, the website to understand LGTB Cinema and Television, is proud to announce the winners of the 4th edition of “Gayo Awards for LGTB Cinema and Television” to the best LGTB-themed films and TV series of 2004. All the films premiered at Spanish cinemas from March 2004 to February 2005 have participated, as well as the TV series with new episodes broadcast by Spanish TV channels during the same period.

The winners are:

Best TV Series: hospitalcentral

Hospital Central
(Telecinco)

Hospital Central (Telecinco) 52.1%
Aquí No Hay Quien Viva (Antena 3) 19.1%
ER (La Primera de TVE) 1.1%
Six Feet Under (La 2 de TVE) 18.1%
7 vidas (Telecinco) 9.6%
Best Actor in a TV Series: luismerlo

Luis Merlo
(Aquí No Hay Quien Viva)

Luis Merlo (Aquí No Hay Quien Viva) 53.2%
Michael C. Hall (Six Feet Under) 21.3%
Diego Molero (Los 80) 1.1%
Mariano Alameda (Aquí No Hay Quien Viva) 5.3%
Eric McCormack (Will & Grace) 19.1%
Best Actress in a TV Series: patriciavico

Patricia Vico
(Hospital Central)

Laura Innes (ER) 3.2%
Anabel Alonso (7 Vidas) 31.9%
Fátima Baeza (Hospital Central) 16.0%
Patricia Vico (Hospital Central) 41.5%
Eva Isanta (Aquí No Hay Quien Viva) 7.4%
Public’s Best TV Series Award: hospitalcentral

Hospital Central (Telecinco) (50.0%)

Winners of “Gayo Awards for LGTB Cinema and Television” 2003

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Homocine, the website to understand LGTB Cinema and Television, is proud to announce the winners of the 3rd edition of “Gayo Awards for LGTB Cinema and Television” to the best LGTB-themed films and TV series of 2003. All the films premiered at Spanish cinemas from March 2003 to February 2004 have participated, as well as the TV series with new episodes broadcast by Spanish TV channels during the same period.

The winners are:

Best TV Series: a-dos-metros-bajo-tierra-1

Six Feet Under (La 2 de TVE)

Will & Grace (La 2 de TVE) 13.9%
Aquí No Hay Quien Viva (Antena 3) 17.7%
ER (La Primera de TVE) 6.3%
Six Feet Under (La 2 de TVE) 44.3%
7 Vidas (Telecinco) 17.7%
Best Actor in a TV Series: luismerlo

Luis Merlo (Aquí No Hay Quien Viva)

Luis Merlo (Aquí No Hay Quien Viva) 36.7%
Michael C. Hall (Six Feet Under) 32.9%
Sean Hayes (Will & Grace) 11.4%
Kerr Smith (Dawson’s Creek) 10.1%
Eric McCormack (Will & Grace) 8.9%
Best Actress in a TV Series: anabel_alonso

Anabel Alonso (7 Vidas)

Laura Innes (ER) 8.9%
Anabel Alonso (7 Vidas) 41.8%
Frances Conroy (Six Feet Under) 21.5%
Megan Mullally (Will & Grace) 8.9%
Loles León (Aquí No Hay Quien Viva) 19.0%
Public’s Best TV Series Award: a-dos-metros-bajo-tierra-1

Six Feet Under (La 2 de TVE) (35.4%)

Winners of “Gayo Awards for LGTB Cinema” 2002

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Homocine, the website to understand LGTB Cinema and Television, is proud to announce the winners of the 2nd edition of “Gayo Awards for LGTB Cinema” to the best LGTB-themed films of 2002. All the films premiered at Spanish cinemas from March 2002 to February 2003 have participated.

Winners of “Gayo Awards for LGTB Cinema” 2001

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Homocine, the website to understand LGTB Cinema and Television, is proud to announce the winners of the 1st edition of “Gayo Awards for LGTB Cinema” to the best LGTB-themed films of 2001. All the films premiered at Spanish cinemas from March 2001 to February 2002 have participated.

What are “Gayo Awards for LGTB Cinema and Television”?

Categoría: Gayo Awards – Etiquetas: , – Webmaster de Homocine 16:52
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“Gayo Awards for LGTB Cinema and Television” were created in 2001 by Homocine to award the best lesbian, gay, transexual and bisexual-themed films (LGTB) of the year. In 2003 edition, the equivalent awards for TV series were created, and since 2007 those series specially designed for the Internet can be also nominated. The distinctive feature of these symbolic awards (the winners don’t receive any economic award nor of any other kind) is that the visitors of Homocine are the jury who decides the winners. With many editions already, Gayo Awards have become a keynote of LGTB Cinema and Television in Spanish language.

The name “Gayo Awards” is a pun between the word “gay” and “Goya Awards”, delivered by the Academy of the Cinematographic Arts and Sciences of Spain. The translation into Spanish is “Premios Gayo de Cine y Televisión LGTB”® and is protected by the laws of industrial property after its registration as a trademark at the Spanish Office of Patents and Trademarks. Our logo shows a multicoloured cock, another play on words between Spanish “gallo” (cock) and “gay”. Our mascot doesn’t have a name yet. If you’d like to suggest a name for our “gayo”, please leave a message in our forum.

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