Don't miss these LGBTQ nominees and presenters at Sunday's Globes!

The 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards will air live this Sunday, keep an eye out for the LGBTQ stars and inclusive projects that are nominated! Be sure to tweet along with @GLAAD using #RepresentationMatters, starting at 5pm PT/8pm ET.

The Chilean film A Fantastic Woman is nominated in Best Motion Picture – Foreign Language. The movie follows Marina (new star Daniela Vega), a lounge singer whose life is turned upside down by an unexpected loss of someone close to her and the discrimination she then faces from individuals and institutions as a trans woman. The film is also Chile’s official entry for the Oscars’ Best Foreign Language Film award, and will roll out widely on February 2nd after a limited release late in 2017.

Sony Pictures Classics’ Call Me By Your Name picked up three total nominations, including a nod in the Best Motion Picture - Drama category. Breakout star Timothée Chalamet picked up a nomination in Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama for his portrayal of Elio, while Armie Hammer (Oliver) is up for a trophy in Best Supporting Actor. Call Me By Your Name has done just over $4.9 million at the domestic box office in its six weeks of release. The film is still rolling out to additional cities; find a screening near you here.

The Shape of Water will also be competing for the award in Best Motion Picture – Drama, one of the film’s seven nominations. Richard Jenkins joins Hammer as a Best Supporting Actor nominee; Jenkins plays Giles, a gay man and the neighbor, best friend, and confidant of the film’s lead character. Check out what Jenkins had to tell us about his character’s journey.

Emma Stone picked up a nod in Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy for her portrayal of out tennis legend, Billie Jean King, in Battle of the Sexes. Lady Bird, which included a gay storyline, is nominated in Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. This is one of four nominations for the film.

Moving over to television, the rebooted Will & Grace, Master of None, and Smilf all picked up nominations in Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy. Will & Grace star Eric McCormack (Will) also earned a nomination in Best Performance by an Actor – Musical or Comedy. Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale and NBC’s This is Us are nominated in Best Television Series – Drama. Top of the Lake: China Girl and Feud: Bette and Joan picked up nods in Best Television Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television.

In music, out artist and GLAAD Board Member Justin Tranter is nominated in Best Original Song – Motion Picture for his work on co-writing the music and lyrics of “Home” from Ferdinand. Out songwriter and composer Benj Pasek was also nominated in the category for the song “This is Me” from The Greatest Showman, written with his work partner Justin Paul.

Ricky Martin, out singer and star of the upcoming season of The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, has been announced as one of the evening’s presenters. Out actors Neil Patrick Harris and Angelina Jolie will also be presenters.

Many on the red carpet will be wearing black in recognition of the sexual abuse allegations in Hollywood that have emerged over the past few months. Some stars will additionally be sporting Time’s Up pins in reference to the sexual harassment prevention initiative launched earlier this week by over 300 women working in entertainment. The initiative aims to combat harassment with a legal defense fund for survivors across all industries, lobbying for legislation against companies that enable perpetrators, and working towards gender parity in leadership positions.

The 75th Annual Golden Globes will air live Sunday, January 7 at 5pm PT/8pm ET on NBC, hosted by Seth Meyers. Tweet with @GLAAD using #RepresentationMatters.