List of accolades received by Avatar

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List of awards won by Avatar

Writer, producer, and director of Avatar, James Cameron

Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 73 148
Footnotes

Avatar is an American science fiction film written and directed by James Cameron that was released in 2009. The film was premiered by 20th Century Fox in London, England on December 10, and was released in the United States and Canada on December 18, grossing $27 million on its opening day and $77 million during its opening weekend in 3,461 theaters, ranking number one at the box office.[1] Avatar grossed $2.7 billion worldwide, to become the highest-grossing film of all time,[2] as well as in the United States and Canada. It also became the first film to gross more than $2 billion worldwide.[3] Avatar was also well criticized and accumulated an approval rating of 83% on the review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes.[4]

Avatar won the 82nd Academy Awards for Best Art Direction, Best Cinematography, and Best Visual Effects, and was nominated for a total of nine, including Best Picture and Best Director.[5] The film garnered four nominations at the 67th Golden Globe Awards ceremony, and received two awards for Best Film – Drama and Best Director.[6] Avatar was nominated for eight British Academy Film Awards, winning Best Production Design and Best Special Visual Effects. The film's achievement in visual effects were praised by the Visual Effects Society, who honored it with six accolades during their annual awards ceremony. Avatar was also nominated for the Directors Guild of America Awards, the Producers Guild of America Awards, and the Writers Guild of America Awards. The film was nominated for ten Saturn Awards and it went on to win all ten at the 36th Saturn Awards ceremony. Zoe Saldana's win for the Saturn Award for Best Actress marked a rare occurrence for an all-CG character.[7]

Avatar received recognition from numerous North American critics' associations. The film garnered nine nominations for the Critics' Choice Awards of the Broadcast Film Critics Association where it won Best Action Film and several technical categories.[8] The Austin Film Critics Association and the Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association placed the film on their lists of the year's top ten films.[9][10] Phoenix Film Critics Society honored the film with Best Cinematography, Best Film Editing, Best Production Design and Best Visual Effect awards and also included it on its top ten films of the year list.[11] It won two of the St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association awards for Best Visual Effects and Most Original, Innovative or Creative Film,[12] and the New York Film Critics Online honored the film with its Best Picture award.[13]

In December 2009, the American Film Institute recognized the film and Cameron's advances in CGI effects with their yearly "AFI Moments of Significance" award claiming it "will have profound effects on the future of the art form".[14] In January 2010, it was announced that the Southern Sky Column, a 3,544-foot (1,080 m) quartz-sandstone mountain in the Zhangjiajie National Forest Park in Zhangjiajie, Hunan, China, had been renamed "Avatar Hallelujah Mountain" (阿凡达-哈利路亚山) by the city government in honor of the film.[15] According to park officials, photographs from the park became a source of inspiration for the floating Hallelujah Mountains seen in Avatar.[16] Time ranked Avatar number 3 in their list of "The 10 Greatest Movies of the Millennium (Thus Far)"[17] also earning it a spot on the magazine's All-Time 100 list,[18] and IGN listed Avatar as number 22 on their list of the top 25 Sci-Fi movies of all time.[19]

Awards and nominations[edit]


Date of ceremony Award Category Recipients and nominees Result
March 7, 2010 Academy Awards[5] Best Picture James Cameron and Jon Landau Nominated
Best Director James Cameron Nominated
Best Art Direction Rick Carter and Robert Stromberg (Art Direction); Kim Sinclair (Set Decoration) Won
Best Cinematography Mauro Fiore Won
Best Film Editing Stephen Rivkin, John Refoua, and James Cameron Nominated
Best Original Score James Horner Nominated
Best Sound Editing Christopher Boyes and Gwendolyn Yates Whittle Nominated
Best Sound Mixing Christopher Boyes, Gary Summers, Andy Nelson, and Tony Johnson Nominated
Best Visual Effects Joe Letteri, Stephen Rosenbaum, Richard Baneham, and Andrew R. Jones Won
February 27, 2010 American Society of Cinematographers[20] Outstanding Achievement in Theatrical Releases Mauro Fiore Nominated
February 13, 2010 Art Directors Guild Awards[21] Excellence in Production Design for a  – Fantasy Film Rick Carter and Robert Stromberg Won
December 15, 2009 Austin Film Critics Association[22] Top 10 Films James Cameron and Jon Landau Won
February 21, 2010 British Academy Film Awards[23] Best Film James Cameron and Jon Landau Nominated
Best Director James Cameron Nominated
Best Music James Horner Nominated
Best Cinematography Mauro Fiore Nominated
Best Editing Stephen Rivkin, John Refoua, and James Cameron Nominated
Best Production Design Rick Carter, Robert Stromberg, Kim Sinclair Won
Best Sound Christopher Boyes, Gary Summers, Andy Nelson, Tony Johnson, and Addison Teague Nominated
Best Special Visual Effects Joe Letteri, Stephen Rosenbaum, Richard Baneham, and Andrew Jones Won
February 12, 2010 Black Reel Awards[24] Best Supporting Actress Zoe Saldana Nominated
January 15, 2010 Broadcast Film Critics[8] Best Action Movie James Cameron and Jon Landau Won
Best Art Direction Rick Carter and Robert Stromberg Won
Best Cinematography Mauro Fiore Won
Best Directing James Cameron Nominated
Best Editing James Cameron, John Refoua, and Stephen Rivkin Won
Best Picture James Cameron and Jon Landau Nominated
Best Makeup Avatar Nominated
Best Sound Christopher Boyes, Gary Summers, Andy Nelson, Tony Johnson, and Addison Teague Won
Best Visual Effects Joe Letteri, Stephen Rosenbaum, Richard Baneham, and Andy Jones Won
February 27, 2010 César Awards[25] Best Foreign Film James Cameron and Jon Landau Nominated
December 21, 2009 Chicago Film Critics Association[26] Best Cinematography Mauro Fiore Nominated
Best Original Score James Horner Nominated
February 27, 2010 Cinema Audio Society Awards[27] Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing Tony Johnson, Chris Boyes, Gary Summers, and Andy Nelson Nominated
June 8, 2010 Cinema of Brazil[28][29] Best Foreign Film Avatar Won
February 25, 2010 Costume Designers Guild Awards[30] Excellence in Fantasy Costume Design – Fantasy Film Mayes Rubeo and Deborah Lynn Scott Nominated
December 16, 2009 Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association[31] Top 10 Films James Cameron and Jon Landau Won
January 30, 2010 Directors Guild of America Awards[32] Outstanding Directing – Feature Film James Cameron Nominated
February 14, 2010 Eddie Awards[33] Best Edited Feature Film – Dramatic James Cameron, John Refua, and Stephen Rivkin Nominated
March 28, 2010 Empire Awards[34] Best Film James Cameron and Jon Landau Won
Best Sci-Fi / Fantasy James Cameron and Jon Landau Nominated
Best Actor Sam Worthington Nominated
Best Actress Zoe Saldana Won
Best Director James Cameron Won
October 17, 2010 Environmental Media Awards[35] Feature Film Avatar Won
December 21, 2009 Florida Film Critics Circle[36] Best Cinematography Mauro Fiore Won
January 17, 2010 Golden Globe Awards[6] Best Director James Cameron Won
Best Film – Drama James Cameron and Jon Landau Won
Best Original Score James Horner Nominated
Best Original Song James Horner, Simon Franglen, and Kuk Harrell for "I See You (Theme from Avatar)" Nominated
February 20, 2010 Golden Reel Awards[37] Best Sound Editing – Best Sound Editing: Music in a Feature Film Jim Henrikson, Dick Bernstein, and Michael Bauer Won
Best Sound Editing – Best Sound Editing: Dialogue and ADR in a Feature Film Gwendolyn Yates Whittle, Kim Foscato, Cheryl Nardi, Marshall Winn, Petra Bach, Richard Hymns, Stuart McCowan, and Steve Slanec Nominated
Best Sound Editing – Best Sound Editing: Sound Effects and Foley in a Feature Film Addison Teague, Chris Boyes, Luke Dunn Glelmuda, Jim Likowski, Ken Fischer, Shannon Mills, Tim Nielsen, Chris Scarabosio, Dennie Thorpe, and Jana Vance Won
February 13, 2011 Grammy Awards[38] Best Score Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media James Horner Nominated
Best Song Written for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media "I See You" (Leona Lewis) Nominated
November 11, 2010 Hollywood Post Alliance Awards[39] Outstanding Compositing - Feature Film Erik Winquist, Robin Hollander, Erich Eder and Giuseppe Tagliavini - Weta Digital Won
December 19, 2009 Houston Film Critics Society[40] Best Picture James Cameron and Jon Landau Nominated
Best Director of a Motion Picture James Cameron Nominated
Best Cinematography Mauro Fiore and Vince Pace Nominated
Best Original Score James Horner Nominated
September 2, 2010 Hugo Awards[41] Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form James Cameron Nominated
February 26, 2010 International Film Music Critics Association Awards[42] Film Score of the Year James Horner Nominated
Film Composer of the Year James Horner Nominated
Best Original Score for a Fantasy/Science Fiction Film James Horner Nominated
Film Music Composition of the Year, for "War" James Horner Nominated
February 20, 2010 Irish Film and Television Awards[43] Best International Film James Cameron and Jon Landau Nominated
June 19, 2010 Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists[44] Best 3D Film Director James Cameron Won
February 18, 2011 Japan Academy Prize Outstanding Foreign Language Film James Cameron and Jon Landau Won
December 17, 2009 Las Vegas Film Critics Society[45] Sierra Award (Best Art Direction) Rick Carter and Robert Stromberg Won
February 18, 2010 London Film Critics' Circle[46] Director of the Year James Cameron Nominated
Film of the Year James Cameron and Jon Landau Nominated
February 23, 2010 Lumière Awards[47] Live Action 3D Feature James Cameron and Jon Landau Won
Best 3D Character Neytiri Won
Best 3D Scene Jake Sully's first flight Won
Best 3D Stereography / Live Action Avatar Won
Outstanding Achievement in 3D Visual Effects Avatar Won
Outstanding Achievement for Marketing 3D Content / Live Action 20th Century Fox Won
June 6, 2010 MTV Movie Awards[48] Best Movie Avatar Nominated
Best Female Performance Zoe Saldana Nominated
Best Villain Stephen Lang Nominated
Best Fight Sam Worthington vs. Stephen Lang Nominated
Best Kiss Zoe Saldana and Sam Worthington Nominated
February 26, 2010 NAACP Image Awards[49] Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture Zoe Saldana Nominated
May 26, 2010 National Movie Awards[50] Fantasy Film Avatar Nominated
January 3, 2010 National Society of Film Critics[51] Best Production Design Rick Carter and Robert Stromberg Nominated
December 13, 2009 New York Online Film Critics[52] Best Film James Cameron and Jon Landau Won
Top 11 Films James Cameron and Jon Landau Won
March 27, 2010 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards[53] Cutest Couple Neytiri and Jake (Zoe Saldana & Sam Worthington) Nominated
Favorite Movie Actress Zoe Saldana Nominated
December 22, 2009 Oklahoma Film Critics Circle[54] Best Ten Films James Cameron and Jon Landau Won
January 5, 2010 Online Film Critics Society[55] Best Cinematography Mauro Fiore Nominated
Best Director James Cameron Nominated
January 6, 2010 People's Choice Awards[47] Favorite 3D Live Action Movie Avatar Won
Favorite 3D Animated Movie Avatar Won
December 22, 2009 Phoenix Film Critics Society[56] Best Cinematography Mauro Fiore Won
Best Film Editing James Cameron, John Refoua and Stephen Rivkin Won
Best Production Design Rick Carter and Robert Stromberg Won
Best Visual Effects Joe Letteri, Stephen Rosenbaum, Richard Baneham, and Andy Jones Won
July 15, 2010 Premios Juventud Actriz que se Roba la Pantalla Zoe Saldana (also for Star Trek) Won
Película Más Padre Avatar Won
January 24, 2010 Producers Guild of America Awards[57] Theatrical Motion Picture – Producer of the Year James Cameron and Jon Landau Nominated
January 20, 2010 PETA's Proggy award[58] Outstanding Feature Film James Cameron Won
December 15, 2009 San Diego Film Critics Society[59] Best Director James Cameron Nominated
Best Production Design Rick Carter and Robert Stromberg Nominated
February 6, 2010 Santa Barbara International Film Festival[60] Lucky Brand Modern Master Award James Cameron Won
June 24, 2010 Saturn Awards[7][61][62] Visionary Award for Avatar James Cameron Won
Best Science Fiction Film James Cameron and Jon Landau Won
Best Actor Sam Worthington Won
Best Actress Zoe Saldana Won
Best Supporting Actor Stephen Lang Won
Best Supporting Actress Sigourney Weaver Won
Best Director James Cameron Won
Best Writing James Cameron Won
Best Music James Horner Won
Best Production Design Rick Carter and Robert Stromberg Won
Best Special Effects Joe Letteri, Stephen Rosenbaum, Richard Baneham, and Andrew Jones Won
October 16, 2010 Scream Awards[63] Best Director James Cameron Won
Best F/X Avatar Won
The Ultimate Scream Avatar Nominated
Best Science Fiction Movie Avatar Nominated
Best Science Fiction Actress Zoe Saldana Nominated
Best Villain Stephen Lang Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Sigourney Weaver Nominated
Fight Scene of the Year "Final Battle: Na'vi vs Military" Nominated
3-D Top Three Award Avatar Won
December 21, 2009 St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association Awards[64] Best Visual/Special Effects Joe Letteri, Stephen Rosenbaum, Richard Baneham and Andy Jones Won
Most Original/Innovative or Creative Film James Cameron and Jon Landau Won
August 8, 2010 Teen Choice Awards[65] Sci-Fi Movie Avatar Won
Actress Sci-Fi Zoe Saldana Won
Actor Sci-Fi Sam Worthington Won
Villain Stephen Lang Nominated
Fight Sam Worthington vs. Stephen Lang Nominated
Hissy Fit Giovanni Ribisi Nominated
February 28, 2010 Visual Effects Society Awards[66][67] Lifetime Achievement, for Making of James Cameron Won
Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual Effects Driven Feature Motion Picture Richard Baneham, Joyce Cox, Joe Letteri, and Eileen Moran Won
Best Single Visual Effect of the Year, for Quarich's Escape Jill Brooks, John Knoll, Frank Losasso Petterson, and Tory Mercer Nominated
Best Single Visual Effect of the Year, for Neytiri Drinking Thelvin Cabezas, Joyce Cox, Joe Letteri, and Eileen Moran Won
Outstanding Animated Character in a Live Action Feature Motion Picture, for Neytiri Andrew Jones, Joe Letteri, Zoe Saldana, and Jeff Unay Won
Outstanding Matte Paintings in a Feature Motion Picture, for Pandora Jean-Luc Azzis, Peter Baustaedter, Brenton Cottman, and Yvonne Muinde Won
Outstanding Models and Miniatures in a Feature Motion Picture, for Samson, Home Tree, Floating Mountains, & Ampsuit Simon Cheung, Paul Jenness, John Stevenson-Galvin, and Rainer Zoettl Won
Outstanding Created Environment in a Feature Motion Picture, for Floating Mountains Dan Lemmon, Keith F. Miller, Jessica Cowley, and Cameron Smith Nominated
Outstanding Created Environment in a Feature Motion Picture, for Jungle / Biolume Shadi Almassizadeh, Dan Cox, Ula Rademeyer, and Eric Saindon Won
Outstanding Created Environment in a Feature Motion Picture, for Willow Glade Thelvin Cabezas, Miae Kang, Daniel Macarin, and Guy Williams Nominated
Outstanding Compositing in a Feature Motion Picture Erich Eder, Robin Hollander, Giuseppe Tagliavini, and Erik Winquist Nominated
Outstanding Compositing in a Feature Motion Picture, for End Battle Jay Cooper, Beth D'Amato, Eddie Pasquarello, and Todd Vaziri Nominated
October 23, 2010 World Soundtrack Awards[68] Best Original Song "I See You" by Leona Lewis Nominated
Best Original Soundtrack James Horner Nominated
February 20, 2010 Writers Guild of America Awards[69] Best Original Screenplay James Cameron Nominated

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