List of accolades received by Gosford Park

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List of accolades received by Gosford Park
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Helen Mirren, nominated for twelve awards for her role as Mrs. Wilson

Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 22 64
References

Gosford Park is a 2001 mystery comedy-drama film directed by Robert Altman and written by Julian Fellowes. It premiered on November 7, 2001 at the London Film Festival.[1] The film then received a limited release across theaters in the United States on December 26, 2001, before being widely released in January 2002 by USA Films.[2] It was released on February 1, 2002 in the United Kingdom.[3] Gosford Park has earned over $87 million in its combined total gross at the box office.[4]

Gosford Park garnered various awards and nominations following its release, with nominations ranging from recognition of the screenplay and its direction to the cast's acting performance, particularly Helen Mirren and Maggie Smith. The film received seven Academy Awards nominations; the ceremony saw Fellowes win for Best Original Screenplay.[5] At the 55th British Academy Film Awards, Gosford Park came away with two awards from nine nominations. Three of the film's actresses earned nominations for Best European Actress at the European Film Awards. The film received five nominations at the 59th Golden Globe Awards and Altman won the award for Best Director. Gosford Park won all six of the awards that it was nominated for at the National Society of Film Critics and the New York Film Critics Circle.

The film won two awards at the 8th Screen Actors Guild Awards for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role and Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. The film went on to win four more Best Cast awards from the Broadcast Film Critics Association, Florida Film Critics Circle, and Online Film Critics Society. Fellowes received recognition for the film's screenplay from the Writers Guild of America, where he won the Best Original Screenplay award. He subsequently received three more awards and three nominations. Fellowes was also nominated for Best Newcomer at the British Academy Film Awards. The film's score composer, Patrick Doyle received two nominations for his work. Doyle was nominated for Composer of the Year from the American Film Institute and he won the award for Soundtrack Composer of the Year from the World Soundtrack Awards. The film's costume, hair and make-up also earned three nominations between them.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipients and nominees Result
Academy Award[6][7] March 24, 2002 Best Picture Robert Altman, Bob Balaban and David Levy Nominated
Best Director Robert Altman Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Julian Fellowes Won
Best Supporting Actress Helen Mirren Nominated
Maggie Smith Nominated
Best Art Direction Stephen Altman and Anna Pinnock Nominated
Best Costume Design Jenny Beavan Nominated
American Cinema Editors[8] February 24, 2002 Best Edited Musical or Comedy Film Tim Squyres Nominated
American Film Institute[9][10] January 5, 2002 Director of the Year Robert Altman Won
Editor of the Year Tim Squyres Nominated
Production Designer of the Year Stephen Altman Nominated
Composer of the Year Patrick Doyle Nominated
Australian Film Institute[11] December 7, 2002 Best Foreign Film Gosford Park Nominated
British Academy Film Awards[12][13] February 24, 2002 Best British Film Gosford Park Won
Best Director Robert Altman Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Julian Fellowes Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Helen Mirren Nominated
Maggie Smith Nominated
Best Newcomer Julian Fellowes Nominated
Best Production Design Stephen Altman Nominated
Best Costume Design Jenny Beavan Won
Best Makeup and Hair Jan Archibald and Sallie Jaye Nominated
British Society of Cinematographers[14] 2001 Best Cinematography Award Andrew Dunn Nominated
Broadcast Film Critics Association[15] January 11, 2002 Best Acting Ensemble Gosford Park Won
César Awards[16] February 22, 2003 Best Film from the European Union Gosford Park Nominated
Chicago Film Critics Association[17] February 25, 2002 Best Director Robert Altman Nominated
Best Screenplay Julian Fellowes Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Helen Mirren Nominated
Maggie Smith Nominated
Empire Awards[18] February 5, 2003 Best British Actress Helen Mirren Nominated
Kelly Macdonald Nominated
European Film Awards[19] December 7, 2002 Audience Award for Best European Actress Helen Mirren Nominated
Maggie Smith Nominated
Emily Watson Nominated
Evening Standard British Film Awards[20] February 3, 2002 Best Film Gosford Park Won
Florida Film Critics Circle[21] January 2, 2002 Best Cast Gosford Park Won
Golden Globe Awards[22] January 20, 2002 Best Musical or Comedy Film Gosford Park Nominated
Best Director Robert Altman Won
Best Screenplay Julian Fellowes Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Helen Mirren Nominated
Maggie Smith Nominated
Kansas City Film Critics Circle[23] January 28, 2002 Best Supporting Actress Maggie Smith Won
London Film Critics' Circle[24] February 12, 2003 British Film of the Year Gosford Park Won
Supporting Actress of the Year Helen Mirren Won
National Society of Film Critics[25] January 5, 2002 Best Director Robert Altman Won
Best Screenplay Julian Fellowes Won
Best Supporting Actress Helen Mirren Won
New York Film Critics Circle[26] December 13, 2001 Best Director Robert Altman Won
Best Screenplay Julian Fellowes Won
Best Supporting Actress Helen Mirren Won
Online Film Critics Society[27][28] January 2, 2002 Best Original Screenplay Julian Fellowes Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Helen Mirren Nominated
Maggie Smith Nominated
Best Cast Gosford Park Won
Satellite Awards[29] January 19, 2002 Best Musical or Comedy Film Gosford Park Nominated
Best Supporting Actress in a Musical or Comedy Helen Mirren Nominated
Maggie Smith Won
Emily Watson Nominated
Best Art Direction Stephen Altman and Anna Pinnock Nominated
Screen Actors Guild[30][31] March 9, 2002 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role Helen Mirren Won
Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Gosford Park Won
Southeastern Film Critics Association[32] December 27, 2001 Best Supporting Actress Maggie Smith Won
World Soundtrack Awards[33] October 19, 2002 Soundtrack Composer of the Year Patrick Doyle Won
Writers Guild of America[34] March 2, 2002 Best Original Screenplay Julian Fellowes Won

References[edit]

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  32. ^ "2001 Awards". Southeastern Film Critics Association. Retrieved July 20, 2010. 
  33. ^ "World Soundtrack Awards 2002". World Soundtrack Academy. Flanders International Film Festival. Retrieved July 20, 2010. 
  34. ^ King, Susan (March 3, 2002). "Writers Honor 'Gosford Park,' 'Beautiful Mind'". Los Angeles Times (Tribune Company). Retrieved July 20, 2010. 

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