List of accolades received by Black Swan

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List of accolades received by Black Swan
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Natalie Portman gained much attention from critics and audiences, and won several acting awards.

Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 61 188
References

Black Swan is a 2010 independent psychological thriller film directed by Darren Aronofsky. It premiered as the opening film for the 67th Venice International Film Festival.[1] The film had a limited release in selected cities in North America on December 3 and took in a total of about $415,800 on its opening day.[2] After Black Swan '​s opening weekend it grossed over $1.4 million, averaging around $80,200 per theater, the second highest per location for the opening weekend of 2010.[3] When Black Swan finished its worldwide theatrical run, it had achieved blockbuster status with ticket revenue amounting to more than $325 million.[4][5] Critics appreciated the film, with review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reporting an approval rating of 88 percent and placed it among their lists for the year's best films.[6][7]

Black Swan has received honors in categories ranging mostly from recognition of the film itself, to its cinematography, direction and editing, to the cast's performance, particularly Natalie Portman's portrayal of the film's protagonist, ballerina Nina Sayers. The film was submitted for consideration for the Best Film Golden Lion at Venice's International Film Festival, but lost to Sofia Coppola's Somewhere. Mila Kunis was later given the Emerging Performer award for her portrayal of Nina's rival Lily, at the same ceremony. Darren Arnonofsky also earned a nomination from the Directors Guild of America for Outstanding Achievement in Feature Film. He was also named Best Director by the San Diego Film Critics Society and San Francisco Film Critics Circle Awards. The Visual Effects Society and Cinema Audio Society Awards each gave the film a single nomination, while Amy Westcott won for her work on Black Swan '​s contemporary costumes from the Costume Designers Guild.

Natalie Portman has won a majority of the critic awards given to actresses for a leading 2010 film role. Out of the four nominations received from the 68th Golden Globe Awards, its only win was Best Actress in a dramatic motion picture, for Portman. It also received five Academy Award nominations, which included Best Picture, Best Actress, Best Director, Best Cinematography and Best Film Editing, Of those, its sole win was for Best Actress. More recognition for the film came from the Screen Actors Guild at their 17th annual ceremony, awarding Portman in her respective field as well as nominating the entire cast. A kiss shared between Kunis and Portman in Black Swan was nominated at the viewer-voted MTV Movie Awards and Teen Choice Awards.

Black Swan swept the Austin Film Critics Association and Independent Spirit Awards, winning five and four awards respectively. The film also won three awards at both the New York Film Critics Awards and the Oklahoma Film Critics Awards, and received a record 12 Broadcast Film Critics Association nominations.[8] At the latter, the film was nominated in vastly different categories, ranging from its production design, to costumes and makeup to music featured in it. Black Swan performed similarly at the 64th British Academy Film Awards, again with 12 nominations, and was also nominated in similar categories. Another organization to laud the film with the same amount of nominations was the Alliance of Women Film Journalists. They recognized Black Swan in categories including Most Beautiful Film and its depiction of sexuality, but despite Arnonofsky's feature winning Best Film, it was also nominated in their Movie You Wanted To Love But Just Couldn‘t category.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Award Date of ceremony[I] Category Recipients and nominees Outcome
Academy Awards[9] February 27, 2011 Best Actress Natalie Portman Won
Best Cinematography Matthew Libatique Nominated
Best Director Darren Aronofsky Nominated
Best Film Editing Andrew Weisblum Nominated
Best Picture Black Swan Nominated
Argentine Academy of Cinematography Arts and Sciences Awards[10] December 12, 2011 Best Foreign Film Black Swan Won
Alliance of Women Film Journalists[11] January 10, 2011 Beautiful Film Black Swan Nominated
Best Actress Natalie Portman Nominated
Best Cinematography Matthew Libatique Won
Best Depiction Of Nudity, Sexuality, or Seduction Black Swan Nominated
Best Director Darren Aronofsky Won
Best Editing Andrew Weisblum Won
Best Film Black Swan Won
Best Original Screenplay Mark Heyman, Andres Heinz and John McLaughlin Nominated
Best Score Clint Mansell Nominated
Bravest Performance Award Natalie Portman Won
Movie You Wanted To Love But Just Couldn‘t Black Swan Nominated
Unforgettable Moment Award Black Swan Won
American Cinema Editors[12] February 19, 2011 Best Edited Feature Film (Dramatic) Andrew Weisblum Nominated
American Film Institute[8] December 12, 2010 AFI Movies of the Year Black Swan Won
American Society of Cinematographers[13] February 13, 2011 Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography Matthew Libatique Nominated
Art Directors Guild[14] 5 February 2011 Excellence in Production Design of a Contemporary Film Therese DePrez Won
Austin Film Critics Association[15] December 19, 2010 Best Actress Natalie Portman Won
Best Cinematography Matthew Libatique Won
Best Director Darren Aronofsky Won
Best Film Black Swan Won
Best Original Screenplay Mark Heyman, Andres Heinz and John McLaughlin Won
Boston Society of Film Critics[16] December 12, 2010 Best Actress Natalie Portman Won
Best Film Editing Andrew Weisblum Won
British Academy Film Awards[17] February 13, 2011 Best Actress Natalie Portman Won
Best Cinematography Matthew Libatique Nominated
Best Costume Design Amy Westcott Nominated
Best Director Darren Aronofsky Nominated
Best Editing Andrew Weisblum Nominated
Best Film Black Swan Nominated
Best Makeup and Hair Judy Chin and Geordie Sheffer Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Mark Heyman, Andrés Heinz and John McLaughlin Nominated
Best Production Design Therese DePrez and Tora Peterson Nominated
Best Sound Ken Ishii, Craig Henighan and Dominick Tavella Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Barbara Hershey Nominated
Best Special Visual Effects Dan Schrecker Nominated
Broadcast Film Critics Association[18] January 14, 2011 Best Actress Natalie Portman Won
Best Art Direction Therese DePrez and Tora Peterson Nominated
Best Cinematography Matthew Libatique Nominated
Best Composer Clint Mansell Nominated
Best Costume Design Amy Westcott Nominated
Best Director Darren Aronofsky Nominated
Best Editing Andrew Weisblum Nominated
Best Makeup Judy Chin Nominated
Best Picture Black Swan Nominated
Best Screenplay Mark Heyman, Andres Heinz and John McLaughlin Nominated
Best Sound Brian Emrich Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Mila Kunis Nominated
César Awards[19] February 24, 2012 Best Foreign Film Black Swan Nominated
Cinema Audio Society Awards[20] February 19, 2011 Best Sound in a Motion Picture Black Swan Nominated
Chicago Film Critics Association[21] December 20, 2010 Best Actress Natalie Portman Won
Best Cinematography Matthew Libatique Nominated
Best Director Darren Aronofsky Nominated
Best Film Black Swan Nominated
Best Original Score Clint Mansell Won
Best Original Screenplay Mark Heyman, Andres Heinz and John McLaughlin Nominated
Costume Designers Guild[22] February 22, 2011 Excellence in Contemporary Film Amy Westcott Won
Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association[23] December 17, 2010 Best Actress Natalie Portman Won
Best Director Darren Aronofsky Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Mila Kunis Nominated
Top 10 Films Black Swan Won
David di Donatello[24] May 6, 2011 Best Foreign Film Black Swan Nominated
Detroit Film Critics Society[25] December 16, 2010 Best Actress Natalie Portman Nominated
Directors Guild of America[26] January 29, 2011 Best Director Darren Aronofsky Nominated
Empire Awards[27][28] March 27, 2011 Best Actress Natalie Portman Nominated
Best Thriller Black Swan Nominated
Florida Film Critics Circle[29] December 20, 2010 Best Actress Natalie Portman Won
Golden Globe Award[30] January 16, 2011 Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama Natalie Portman Won
Best Director Darren Aronofsky Nominated
Best Motion Picture – Drama Black Swan Nominated
Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture Mila Kunis Nominated
Gotham Awards[31] November 28, 2010 Best Feature Black Swan Nominated
Houston Film Critics Society[32] December 18, 2010 Best Actress Natalie Portman Won
Best Cinematography Matthew Libatique Nominated
Best Director Darren Aronofsky Nominated
Best Picture Black Swan Nominated
Independent Spirit Awards[33] February 26, 2011 Best Cinematography Matthew Libatique Won
Best Director Darren Aronofsky Won
Best Female Lead Natalie Portman Won
Best Film Black Swan Won
Indiana Film Critics Association[34] December 12, 2010 Best Actress Natalie Portman Won
Best Film Black Swan Nominated
Iowa Film Critics[35] January 13, 2011 Best Actress Natalie Portman Won
Kansas City Film Critics Circle[36] January 2, 2011 Best Actress Natalie Portman Won
Las Vegas Film Critics Society[37] December 17, 2010 Best Actress Natalie Portman Won
Best Art Direction David Stein Won
Best Cinematography Matthew Libatique Nominated
Best Costume Design Amy Westcott Nominated
Best Director Darren Aronofsky Nominated
Best Editing Andrew Weisblum Nominated
Best Film Black Swan Nominated
Best Score Clint Mansell Nominated
Best Screenplay Mark Heyman, Andres Heinz and John McLaughlin Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Mila Kunis Nominated
London Film Critics' Circle[38] February 10, 2011 Actress of the Year Natalie Portman Nominated
Director of the Year Darren Aronofsky Nominated
Film of the Year Black Swan Nominated
BFI London Film Festival[39] October 27, 2010 Best Film Black Swan Nominated
Los Angeles Film Critics Association[40] December 12, 2010 Best Cinematography Matthew Libatique Won
MTV Movie Awards[41][42] June 5, 2011 Best Female Performance Natalie Portman Nominated
Best Jaw Dropping Moment Black Swan Nominated
Best Kiss Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis Nominated
Best Movie Black Swan Nominated
National Movie Awards[43] May 11, 2011 Best Drama Black Swan Nominated
Performance of the Year Natalie Portman Nominated
New York Film Critics Circle[44] December 12, 2010 Best Cinematography Matthew Libatique Won
New York Film Critics Online[45] December 12, 2010 Best Actress Natalie Portman Won
Best Cinematography Matthew Libatique Won
Best Film Music or Score Clint Mansell Won
North Texas Film Critics Association[46] January 10, 2011 Best Actress Natalie Portman Won
Oklahoma Film Critics Circle[47] December 22, 2010 Best Actress Natalie Portman Won
Best Film Black Swan Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Mila Kunis Won
Online Film Critics Society[48] January 3, 2011 Best Actress Natalie Portman Won
Best Cinematography Matthew Libatique Nominated
Best Director Darren Aronofsky Nominated
Best Editing Andrew Weisblum Nominated
Best Film Black Swan Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Mark Heyman, Andres Heinz and John McLaughlin Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Mila Kunis Nominated
Phoenix Film Critics Society[49] December 28, 2010 Best Actress Natalie Portman Won
Best Editing Andrew Weisblum Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Mark Heyman, Andres Heinz and John McLaughlin Nominated
Producers Guild of America[50] January 22, 2011 Theatrical Picture Black Swan Nominated
San Diego Film Critics Society[51] December 14, 2010 Best Actress Natalie Portman Nominated
Best Cinematography Matthew Libatique Nominated
Best Director Darren Aronofsky Won
Best Editing Andrew Weisblum Nominated
Best Film Black Swan Nominated
Best Original Score Clint Mansell Nominated
Best Production Design Therese De Prez Nominated
San Francisco Film Critics Circle Awards[52] December 13, 2010 Best Cinematography Matthew Libatique Won
Best Director Darren Aronofsky Won
Saturn Awards[53] June 23, 2011 Best Actress Natalie Portman Won
Best Director Darren Aronofsky Nominated
Best Horror/Thriller Film Black Swan Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Mila Kunis Won
Best Writing Mark Heyman, Andres Heinz and John McLaughlin Nominated
Satellite Awards[54] December 19, 2010 Best Actress — Drama Natalie Portman Nominated
Best Art Direction & Production Design David Stein and Thérèse DePrez Nominated
Best Costume Design Amy Westcott Nominated
Best Director Darren Aronofsky Nominated
Best Original Score Clint Mansell Nominated
Scream Awards[55] October 15, 2011 Ultimate Scream Black Swan Nominated
Best Fantasy Movie Nominated
Best Director Darren Aronofsky Won
Best Scream-Play Black Swan Nominated
Best Fantasy Actress Natalie Portman Won
Best Supporting Actress Mila Kunis Won
Most Memorable Mutilation Transformed Into Swan Nominated
Screen Actors Guild[56] January 30, 2011 Best Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Vincent Cassel, Barbara Hershey, Mila Kunis, Natalie Portman and Winona Ryder Nominated
Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role Natalie Portman Won
Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role Mila Kunis Nominated
Southeastern Film Critics Association[57] December 13, 2010 Best Actress Natalie Portman Won
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association[58] December 20, 2010 Best Actress Natalie Portman Won
Best Director Darren Aronofsky Nominated
Best Picture Black Swan Nominated
Best Score Clint Mansell Nominated
Best Screenplay Mark Heyman, Andres Heinz and John McLaughlin Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Barbara Hershey Nominated
Teen Choice Awards[59][60] August 7, 2011 Choice Movie Actress: Drama Natalie Portman Won
Choice Movie: Drama Black Swan Won
Choice Movie: Female Scene Stealer Mila Kunis Nominated
Choice Movie: Liplock Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis Nominated
Toronto Film Critics Association[61] December 14, 2010 Best Actress Natalie Portman Nominated
Best Director Darren Aronofsky Nominated
Best Film Black Swan Nominated
Utah Film Critics Association[62] December 23, 2010 Best Actress Natalie Portman Won
Best Cinematography Matthew Libatique Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Mila Kunis Nominated
Vancouver Film Critics Circle[63] January 10, 2011 Best Actress Natalie Portman Nominated
Best Director Darren Aronofsky Nominated
Best Film Black Swan Nominated
Venice Film Festival[64][65] September 11, 2010 Best Film Golden Lion Black Swan Nominated
Emerging Performer Mila Kunis Won
Visual Effects Society[66] February 1, 2011 Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Feature Motion Picture Dan Schrecker, Colleen Bachman, Michael Capton and Brad Kalinoski Nominated
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association[67] December 6, 2010 Best Actress Natalie Portman Nominated
Best Art Direction Therese DePrez and Tora Peterson Nominated
Best Cinematography Matthew Libatique Nominated
Best Director Darren Aronofsky Nominated
Best Film Black Swan Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Mark Heyman, Andres Heinz and John McLaughlin Nominated
Best Score Clint Mansell Nominated
Writers Guild of America[68] February 5, 2011 Best Original Screenplay Mark Heyman, Andres Heinz and John McLaughlin Nominated

^[I] Each year is linked to the article about the awards held that year.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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