List of accolades received by Django Unchained

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List of accolades received by Django Unchained
Quentin Tarantino Césars 2011.jpg
Quentin Tarantino wrote and directed Django Unchained
Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 29 111
References

Django Unchained is a 2012 American western film written and directed by Quentin Tarantino. It stars Jamie Foxx as Django, a freed slave, who teams up with a bounty hunter called Dr. King Schultz (Christoph Waltz) to free his wife from plantation owner Calvin Candie (Leonardo DiCaprio).[1] Django Unchained was screened for the first time at the Directors Guild of America on December 1, 2012.[2] Its official premiere was cancelled in the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting and was replaced with a screening for the cast and crew.[3] Django Unchained was released on December 25, 2012 in the United States and on January 18, 2013 in the United Kingdom.[1] As of December 7, 2013, Django Unchained has earned over $425 million at the box office.[4]

The film has garnered various awards and nominations, with most nominations recognising the film itself, Tarantino's screenplay and the cast's acting performances, particularly those of Christoph Waltz and Leonardo DiCaprio. The American Film Institute included Django Unchained in their list of the Top Ten Movies of the Year, while the African-American Film Critics Association nominated it for Best Picture. The film gathered five Academy Award nominations in categories ranging from Best Original Screenplay to Best Cinematography and Best Sound Editing. The production designer for Django Unchained, J. Michael Riva, received a posthumous nomination for Excellence in Production Design for a Period Film from the Art Directors Guild. Tarantino earned a Best Original Screenplay nod from the Broadcast and Chicago Film Critics Associations.

The British Academy Film Awards nominated the film for five accolades, including Best Direction and Best Editing. Django Unchained also gathered five nominations from the Golden Globe Awards and came away with Best Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor for Waltz. The film received seven nominations from the MTV Movie Awards. The NAACP Image Awards nominated Foxx, Samuel L. Jackson and Kerry Washington for Best Actor or Supporting Actor awards, while the film was nominated for Outstanding Motion Picture. The National Board of Review included Django Unchained in their Best Film category and awarded DiCaprio the Best Supporting Actor accolade. The film was also nominated for Best Picture from the Producers Guild of America. Django Unchained garnered eight nominations from the St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association, the most of any film,[5] but came away with three awards.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipients and nominees Result
AACTA International Award[6] January 26, 2013 Best Screenplay Quentin Tarantino Won
Academy Awards[7][8] February 24, 2013 Best Cinematography Robert Richardson Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Quentin Tarantino Won
Best Picture Stacey Sher, Reginald Hudlin, Pilar Savone Nominated
Best Sound Editing Wylie Stateman Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Christoph Waltz Won
African-American Film Critics Association[9] December 16, 2012 Best Picture Django Unchained Nominated
Alliance of Women Film Journalists[10] January 7, 2013 Best Actor in a Supporting Role Christoph Waltz Nominated
Amanda Award[11] August 16, 2012 Best Foreign Feature Film Django Unchained Nominated
American Film Institute Awards[12] December 10, 2012 Top Ten Movies of the Year Django Unchained Won
Art Directors Guild[13] February 2, 2013 Excellence in Production Design for a Period Film J. Michael Riva Nominated
Austin Film Critics Association[14] December 18, 2012 Best Supporting Actor Christoph Waltz Won
Black Film Critics Circle[15] December 24, 2012 Best Original Screenplay Quentin Tarantino Won
Best Supporting Actor Christoph Waltz Won
Black Reel Awards[16][17] February 7, 2013 Outstanding Actor Jamie Foxx Nominated
Outstanding Ensemble Django Unchained – Victoria Thomas Won
Outstanding Motion Picture Django Unchained Nominated
Outstanding Original or Adapted Song "Who Did That to You" – John Legend, Paul Epworth Won
Outstanding Supporting Actor Samuel L. Jackson Won
Outstanding Supporting Actress Kerry Washington Nominated
Bodil Awards[18] February 1, 2014 Best US Feature Django Unchained Nominated
Boston Society of Film Critics[19] December 9, 2012 Best Supporting Actor Christoph Waltz Nominated
British Academy Film Awards[20][21] February 10, 2013 Best Direction Quentin Tarantino Nominated
Best Editing Fred Raskin Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Quentin Tarantino Won
Best Sound Mark Ulano, Michael Minkler, Tony Lamberti, Wylie Stateman Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Christoph Waltz Won
Broadcast Film Critics Association[22][23] January 10, 2013 Best Original Screenplay Quentin Tarantino Won
Best Picture Django Unchained Nominated
César Awards[24] February 28, 2014 Best Foreign Film Django Unchained Nominated
Central Ohio Film Critics Association[25] January 3, 2013 Best Picture Django Unchained Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Leonardo DiCaprio Nominated
Christoph Waltz Won
Chicago Film Critics Association[26] December 17, 2012 Best Original Screenplay Quentin Tarantino Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Leonardo DiCaprio Nominated
Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association[27] December 18, 2012 Best Screenplay Quentin Tarantino Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Christoph Waltz Nominated
David di Donatello[28] June 14, 2013 Best Foreign Film Django Unchained Won
Denver Film Critics Society[29] January 8, 2013 Best Film Django Unchained Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Quentin Tarantino Nominated
Dublin Film Critics Circle[30] December 18, 2013 Best Actor Leonardo DiCaprio Nominated
Best Director Quentin Tarantino Nominated
Best Picture Django Unchained Nominated
Best Screenplay Quentin Tarantino Nominated
Empire Awards[31] March 24, 2013 Best Actor Christoph Waltz Nominated
Best Director Quentin Tarantino Nominated
Best Film Django Unchained Nominated
Georgia Film Critics Association[32] January 18, 2013 Best Ensemble Django Unchained Nominated
Best Original Song "Ancora Qui" – Ennio Morricone and Elisa Toffoli Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Samuel L. Jackson Nominated
Christoph Waltz Nominated
Golden Globe Award[33][34] January 13, 2013 Best Director Quentin Tarantino Nominated
Best Drama Motion Picture Django Unchained Nominated
Best Screenplay Quentin Tarantino Won
Best Supporting Actor Leonardo DiCaprio Nominated
Christoph Waltz Won
Golden Trailer Awards[35] May 3, 2013 Best Action Poster Django Unchained – The Weinstein Company, Ignition Creative Nominated
Best Foreign Graphics in a Trailer "International" – Columbia Pictures, Greenhaus GFX Nominated
Best Music "Justice" – The Weinstein Company, Ignition Creative Nominated
Best Music TV Spot "Unchained BET" – The Weinstein Company, Ignition Creative Won
Most Original Trailer "Who Did That?" – The Weinstein Company, Trailer Park Nominated
Grammy Awards[36] January 26, 2014 Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media Django Unchained – Various Artists Nominated
Hollywood Film Festival[37] October 22, 2012 Screenwriter of the Year Quentin Tarantino Won
Houston Film Critics Society[38] January 5, 2013 Best Director Quentin Tarantino Nominated
Best Picture Django Unchained Nominated
Indiana Film Journalists Association[39] December 17, 2012 Best Director Quentin Tarantino Won
Best Original Screenplay Quentin Tarantino Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Christoph Waltz Nominated
Original Vision Award Django Unchained Nominated
London Film Critics' Circle[40] January 20, 2013 Screenwriter of the Year Quentin Tarantino Nominated
Los Angeles Film Critics Association[41] December 9, 2012 Best Supporting Actor Christoph Waltz Nominated
Motion Picture Sound Editors[42] February 17, 2013 Best Music in a Feature Film Django Unchained Nominated
Best Sound Effects and Foley in a Feature Film Django Unchained Nominated
MTV Movie Awards[43][44] April 14, 2013 Best Fight Jamie Foxx vs. Candieland Henchmen Nominated
Best Kiss Kerry Washington and Jamie Foxx Nominated
Best Male Performance Jamie Foxx Nominated
Best On-Screen Duo Leonardo DiCaprio and Samuel L. Jackson Nominated
Best Villain Leonardo DiCaprio Nominated
Best 'WTF' Moment "Candieland Gets Smoked" Won
Movie of the Year Django Unchained Nominated
NAACP Image Award[45][46] February 1, 2013 Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture Jamie Foxx Nominated
Outstanding Motion Picture Django Unchained Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture Samuel L. Jackson Won
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture Kerry Washington Won
National Board of Review[47] December 5, 2012 Best Film Django Unchained Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Leonardo DiCaprio Won
Online Film Critics Society[48] January 7, 2013 Best Supporting Actor Christoph Waltz Nominated
Producers Guild of America Award[49] January 26, 2013 Best Theatrical Motion Picture Reginald Hudlin, Stacey Sher, Pilar Savone Nominated
San Diego Film Critics Society[50] December 11, 2012 Best Cinematography Robert Richardson Nominated
Best Ensemble Performance Django Unchained Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Quentin Tarantino Nominated
Best Picture Django Unchained Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Christoph Waltz Won
Saturn Awards[51][52] June 26, 2013 Best Action or Adventure Film Django Unchained Nominated
Best Costume Sharen Davis Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Christoph Waltz Nominated
Best Writing Quentin Tarantino Won
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association[5] December 17, 2012 Best Cinematography Robert Richardson Nominated
Best Director Quentin Tarantino Nominated
Best Lead Actor Jamie Foxx Nominated
Best Music Django Unchained Won
Best Original Screenplay Quentin Tarantino Nominated
Best Picture Django Unchained Nominated
Best Scene Django Unchained Won
Best Supporting Actor Christoph Waltz Won
Taurus World Stunt Awards[53] May 15, 2013 Best Speciality Stunt Wagon explosion Nominated
Best Stunt Coordinator and/or second Unit Director Jeff Dashnaw Nominated
Vancouver Film Critics Circle[54] January 7, 2013 Best Screenplay Quentin Tarantino Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Christoph Waltz Nominated
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association[55] December 10, 2012 Best Original Screenplay Quentin Tarantino Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Leonardo DiCaprio Nominated

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