Highlighting the #glaadawards nominees: Outstanding Film - Wide Release

Here are the nominees for Outstanding Film, Wide Release at the 26th Annual GLAAD Media Awards:

The Imitation Game - The Weinstein Company

2014 film The Imitation Game features the story of British analyst Alan Turing, and his path to solving the Enigma code during World War II. Turing was eventually convicted for indecency and prosecuted for being gay.

Love Is Strange - Sony Pictures Classics

French-American film Love Is Strange follows the story of Ben and George, a same-sex couple struggling in Manhattan once George, a catholic school teacher, loses his job upon the school finding out about his marriage.

Pride - CBS Films

Pride is a 2014 British film about a group of lesbian and gay activists who rally and raise money to help those who were affected by the 1984 British miners' strike.

The Skeleton Twins - Roadside Attractions

The Skeleton Twins is a comedy film about twins Milo and Maggie getting reacquainted with one another after Milo's attempted suicide and a 10-year separation.

Tammy - Warner Bros. Pictures

In Tammy, Melissa McCarthy plans a recently jobless Tammy who decides to leave town with her grandma, hoping to get away from her life that is falling apart.