List of accolades received by An Education

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List of accolades received by An Education
LoneScherfig09TIFF.jpg

Director Lone Scherfig at the Toronto International Film Festival

Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 28 86
References

An Education is a 2009 coming-of-age drama film directed by Lone Scherfig and written by Nick Hornby.[1] It is based on the memoirs of the same name by British journalist Lynn Barber.[2] The film premiered on 18 January 2009 at the Sundance Film Festival and screened at the Toronto International Film Festival on 10 September 2009.[3][4] The film then showed at the Mill Valley Film Festival before being released in the United Kingdom by Sony Pictures Classics on 30 October 2009,[5] and going into wide release in the United States on 5 February 2010.[6] An Education earned over $26 million in its combined total gross at the box office.[6]

The film garnered various awards and nominations, ranging from recognition of the film itself to Hornby's screenplay and the cast's acting performances, particularly those of Carey Mulligan and Alfred Molina. The film received three Academy Award nominations, but failed to win any. At the 63rd British Academy Film Awards An Education came away with one award from nine nominations.[7] Mulligan was named Best Actress at the British Independent Film Awards, where the film was nominated for a further six awards. An Education received one nomination, Best Actress in a Drama Motion Picture, from the 67th Golden Globe Awards.

Mulligan earned two awards for her performance at the Hollywood Film Festival and Houston Film Critics Society—Breakthrough Actress and Best Actress respectively. An Education won Best Film from both the Sundance Film and Mill Valley Film Festivals, it would later go on to win Best Foreign Film at the Independent Spirit Awards. Four members of the cast were nominated for awards at the London Film Critics' Circle, along with the film and screenplay. Hornby subsequently received eleven more nominations for his work on the screenplay. Mulligan and Peter Sarsgaard both received awards from the Santa Barbara International Film Festival and the Alliance of Women Film Journalists, where they were the recipients of the Best Depiction Of Nudity, Sexuality, or Seduction award. The 16th Screen Actors Guild Awards saw the film's cast earn a nomination for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. The film's music, costume, and hair and make-up also earned four nominations among them.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipients and nominees Result
Academy Award[8][9] 7 March 2010 Best Picture Finola Dwyer and Amanda Posey Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Nick Hornby Nominated
Best Actress Carey Mulligan Nominated
Alliance of Women Film Journalists[10] 15 December 2009 Best Actress Carey Mulligan Won
Best Breakthrough Performance Carey Mulligan Won
Best Depiction Of Nudity, Sexuality, or Seduction Carey Mulligan and Peter Sarsgaard Won
British Academy Film Awards[11] 21 February 2010 Best Film An Education Nominated
Outstanding British Film An Education Nominated
Best Director Lone Scherfig Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Nick Hornby Nominated
Best Actress Carey Mulligan Won
Best Supporting Actor Alfred Molina Nominated
Best Costume Design Odile Dicks-Mireaux Nominated
Best Make-Up and Hair Lizzie Yianni Georgiou Nominated
Orange Rising Star Award Carey Mulligan Nominated
British Independent Film Awards[12][13] 6 December 2010 Best British Independent Film An Education Nominated
Best Director Lone Scherfig Nominated
Best Screenplay Nick Hornby Nominated
Best Actress Carey Mulligan Won
Best Supporting Actor Alfred Molina Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Rosamund Pike Nominated
British Society of Cinematographers[14] 18 July 2010 Best Cinematography John de Borman Nominated
Broadcast Film Critics Association[15] 15 January 2010 Best Picture An Education Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Nick Hornby Nominated
Best Actress Carey Mulligan Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Alfred Molina Nominated
Chicago Film Critics Association[16] 21 December 2009 Best Adapted Screenplay Nick Hornby Nominated
Best Actress Carey Mulligan Won
Most Promising Performer Carey Mulligan Won
Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association[17] 16 December 2009 Best Actress Carey Mulligan Won
Best Supporting Actor Alfred Molina Nominated
Denver Film Critics Society[18] 24 January 2010 Best Actress Carey Mulligan Won
Detroit Film Critics Society[19] 11 December 2009 Best Actress Carey Mulligan Nominated
Breakthrough Performance Carey Mulligan Nominated
Empire Awards[20][21] 28 March 2010 Best British Film An Education Nominated
Best Actress Carey Mulligan Nominated
Best Newcomer Carey Mulligan Nominated
Evening Standard British Film Awards[22][23] 8 February 2010 Best Screenplay Nick Hornby Nominated
Best Actress Carey Mulligan Nominated
Film Critics Circle of Australia[24] 31 May 2010 Best Foreign Film in the English Language An Education Nominated
Golden Globe Awards[25] 17 January 2010 Best Actress in a Drama Motion Picture Carey Mulligan Nominated
Hollywood Film Festival[26] 26 October 2009 Breakthrough Actress Carey Mulligan Won
Houston Film Critics Society[27] 19 December 2010 Best Actress Carey Mulligan Won
Independent Spirit Awards[28] 5 March 2010 Best Foreign Film An Education Won
London Film Critics' Circle[29][30] 18 February 2010 British Film of the Year An Education Nominated
Screenwriter of the Year Nick Hornby Nominated
Actress of the Year Carey Mulligan Nominated
British Actress of the Year Carey Mulligan Won
British Supporting Actor of the Year Alfred Molina Nominated
British Supporting Actress of the Year Rosamund Pike Nominated
Olivia Williams Nominated
Los Angeles Film Critics[31] 14 December 2009 Best Actress Carey Mulligan Nominated
Mill Valley Film Festival[32] 8 October 2009 Favourite World Feature An Education Won
Motion Picture Sound Editors[33] 20 February 2010 Best Sound Effects, Foley, Dialogue and ADR in a Foreign Feature Film An Education Nominated
Best Music in a Feature Film An Education Nominated
National Board of Review[34] 12 January 2010 Best Actress Carey Mulligan Won
Online Film Critics Society[35] 6 January 2010 Best Actress Carey Mulligan Nominated
Producers Guild of America Award[36] 24 January 2010 Theatrical Motion Picture Producer of the Year Finola Dwyer and Amanda Posey Nominated
Richard Attenborough Film Awards[37] 28 January 2010 Best Actress Carey Mulligan Won
Rising Star Carey Mulligan Won
San Diego Film Critics Society[38] 15 December 2009 Best Actress Carey Mulligan Nominated
Santa Barbara International Film Festival[39] 4 February 2010 Virtuoso Award Carey Mulligan Won
Cinema Vanguard Award Peter Sarsgaard Won
Satellite Awards[40] 20 December 2009 Best Drama Film An Education Nominated
Best Director Lone Scherfig Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Nick Hornby Nominated
Best Drama Actress Carey Mulligan Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Alfred Molina Nominated
Screen Actors Guild[41] 23 January 2010 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role Carey Mulligan Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture An Education Nominated
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association[42] 21 December 2009 Best Actress Carey Mulligan Won
Sundance Film Festival[43] 15 January 2009 Grand Jury Prize An Education Nominated
World Cinema Audience Award: Dramatic An Education Won
World Cinema Cinematography Award: Dramatic John De Borman Won
Toronto Film Critics Association[44] 16 December 2009 Best Actress Carey Mulligan Won
USC Scripter Award[45] 6 February 2010 Best Screenplay Nick Hornby and Lynn Barber Nominated
Utah Film Critics Association[46] 18 December 2009 Best Actress Carey Mulligan Won
Vancouver Film Critics Circle[47] 13 January 2010 Best Actress Carey Mulligan Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Alfred Molina Nominated
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association[48] 7 December 2009 Best Adapted Screenplay Nick Hornby Nominated
Best Actress Carey Mulligan Won
Best Supporting Actor Alfred Molina Nominated
Best Breakthrough Performance Carey Mulligan Nominated
Women Film Critics Circle[49] 9 December 2009 Karen Morley Award An Education Won
The Invisible Woman Award Olivia Williams Won
Women in Film and TV Awards[50] 3 December 2010 Best Performance Carey Mulligan Won

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