List of accolades received by Frida

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List of accolades received by Frida
Julie Taymor, Elliott Goldenthal, and Salma Hayek.jpg

Director Julie Taymor, with composer Elliott Goldenthal and Salma Hayek, who portrayed Frida Kahlo

Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 17 47
References

Frida is a 2002 biographical film about Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, directed by Julie Taymor. It was adapted from Hayden Herrera's Frida: A Biography of Frida Kahlo by Clancy Sigal, Diane Lake, Gregory Nava and Anna Thomas.[1][2] Actress Salma Hayek was cast as Kahlo, while Alfred Molina portrays her husband Diego Rivera.[1] The film premiered at the Venice Film Festival on August 29, 2002, where it competed for the Golden Lion.[3] Frida then went on to play at the Toronto International Film Festival and the Chicago International Film Festivals.[4][5] The film received a limited release in the United States from October 25, 2002.[6] As of October 2012, Frida has earned over $56 million in its total worldwide gross at the box office.[7]

Frida garnered various awards and nominations following its release, with most of the nominations recognising Hayek and Molina's performances, composer Elliot Goldenthal's score and the hair and makeup teams. The film received six nominations from the 75th Academy Awards and came away with two awards for Best Makeup and Best Original Score respectively.[8] The American Film Institute placed Frida on their Top Ten Movies of the Year list, as did the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures. The film received four nominations from the British Academy Film Awards and Judy Chin, Beatrice DeAlba, John E. Jackson and Regina Reyes went on to win the BAFTA Award for Best Makeup and Hair.

For their performances as Kahlo and Rivera, Hayek and Molina were nominated for Best Actress and Best Supporting Actor at the Broadcast Film Critics Association, Chicago Film Critics Association and the Screen Actors Guild Awards. At the Imagen Awards, Hayek and Molina won Best Actress and Best Actor respectively, while the film won Best Drama Picture. Hayek was also nominated for Best Actress at the 60th Golden Globe Awards and named Best International Actress by the Goldene Kamera. Goldenthal gathered a total of five awards for his score, including a Golden Globe, Satellite Award and the World Soundtrack Award for Best Original Score of the Year.[8][9][10][11] "Burn It Blue", an original song written by Goldenthal and Taymor for the film, earned two award nominations.

Frida's hair stylists and makeup artists earned four nominations at The Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Awards, but came away empty handed. Costume designer Julie Weiss won a Satellite Award for Best Costume Design, before going on to garner a nomination from the Costume Designers Guild. The Las Vegas Film Critics Society awarded Bernardo Trujillo and Felipe Fernández del Paso the Best Art Direction accolade, while Jeremy Dawson and Daniel Schrecker received a nomination for Best Supporting Visual Effects in a Motion Picture from the Visual Effects Society.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipients and nominees Result
Academy Awards[8] March 23, 2003 Best Actress Salma Hayek Nominated
Best Art Direction Felipe Fernández del Paso, Hania Robledo Nominated
Best Costume Design Julie Weiss Nominated
Best Makeup John E. Jackson, Beatrice De Alba Won
Best Original Score Elliot Goldenthal Won
Best Original Song "Burn It Blue" – Elliot Goldenthal and Julie Taymor Nominated
American Film Institute Awards[12] December 16, 2002 Top Ten Movies of the Year Frida Won
American Society of Cinematographers[13] February 16, 2003 Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography Rodrigo Prieto Nominated
Bangkok International Film Festival[14] January 21, 2003 Golden Kinnaree Award Frida Nominated
British Academy Film Awards[15][16] February 23, 2003 Best Actress Salma Hayek Nominated
Best Costume Design Julie Weiss Nominated
Best Makeup and Hair Judy Chin, Beatriz De Alba, John E. Jackson, Regina Reyes Won
Best Supporting Actor Alfred Molina Nominated
Broadcast Film Critics Association[17] January 17, 2003 Best Actress Salma Hayek Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Alfred Molina Nominated
Chicago Film Critics Association[18] January 8, 2003 Best Actress Salma Hayek Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Alfred Molina Nominated
Chicago International Film Festival[5] October 18, 2002 Best Feature Frida Nominated
Costume Designers Guild[19] March 16, 2003 Excellence in Costume Design for a Period Film Julie Weiss Nominated
Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association[20] January 6, 2003 Best Actress Salma Hayek Nominated
GLAAD Media Awards[21] May 31, 2003 Outstanding Wide Release Film Frida Nominated
Goldene Kamera[22] February 4, 2003 Best International Actress Salma Hayek Won
Golden Globe Awards[9] January 19, 2003 Best Actress Salma Hayek Nominated
Best Original Score Elliot Goldenthal Won
Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Awards[23] February 16, 2003 Best Character Hair Styling Beatrice De Alba Nominated
Best Period Hair Styling Beatrice De Alba Nominated
Best Period Makeup Judy Chin, Maryann Marchetti, John E. Jackson Nominated
Best Special Makeup Effects Matthew W. Mungle, Judy Chin, John E. Jackson Nominated
Imagen Awards[24] May 29, 2003 Best Actor Alfred Molina Won
Best Actress Salma Hayek Won
Best Drama Picture Frida Won
Creative Achievement Salma Hayek Won
Las Vegas Film Critics Society[25] December 30, 2002 Best Art Direction Bernardo Trujillo and Felipe Fernández del Paso Won
National Board of Review Awards[26] December 4, 2002 Top 10 Films Frida Won
Satellite Awards[10] January 12, 2003 Best Actress Salma Hayek Nominated
Best Art Direction Felipe Fernández del Paso and Hania Robledo Nominated
Best Costume Design Julie Weiss Won
Best Original Score Elliot Goldenthal Won
Best Supporting Actor Alfred Molina Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards[27] March 9, 2003 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role Salma Hayek Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role Alfred Molina Nominated
Venice Film Festival[3][28] September 6, 2002 Golden Lion Frida Nominated
Mimmo Rotella Foundation Award Julie Taymor Won
Visual Effects Society[29] February 19, 2003 Best Supporting Visual Effects in a Motion Picture Jeremy Dawson and Daniel Schrecker Nominated
World Soundtrack Awards[11] October 11, 2003 Best Original Score of the Year Elliot Goldenthal Won
Best Original Song Written for a Film "Burn It Blue" – Elliot Goldenthal and Julie Taymor Nominated
Soundtrack Composer of the Year Elliot Goldenthal Won

References[edit]

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