List of accolades received by My Week with Marilyn

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List of accolades received by My Week with Marilyn
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Michelle Williams has received thirty-two nominations for her portrayal of Marilyn Monroe.

Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 18 66
References

My Week with Marilyn is a 2011 British drama film directed by Simon Curtis and written by Adrian Hodges. The screenplay was adapted from two diary accounts by Colin Clark, which document his time on the set of the 1957 film The Prince and the Showgirl and the time he spent with Marilyn Monroe.[1] Michelle Williams and Eddie Redmayne star as Monroe and Clark respectively. My Week with Marilyn had its world premiere at the 49th New York Film Festival on 9 October 2011.[2] The film then played at several film festivals including Mill Valley, Chicago and Philadelphia, Rome and Dubai.[3] My Week with Marilyn was released on 23 November 2011 in the United States and two days later in the United Kingdom.[4][5] As of May 2012, the film has earned over £20 million in its total worldwide gross at the box office.[6]

The film has gathered various awards and nominations following its release, with most nominations recognising the film itself and the cast's acting performances, particularly those of Michelle Williams and Kenneth Branagh (who plays Laurence Olivier). Both actors received nominations at the 84th Academy Awards for Best Actress and Best Supporting Actor respectively. The actors also received nominations from the Alliance of Women Film Journalists, while the film was nominated for Best Picture at the African-American Film Critics Association. My Week with Marilyn received four nominations from the Broadcast Film Critics Association, with two nominations coming in the Best Costume Design and Best Make-up categories. The British Academy Film Awards handed the film seven nominations, including Best British Film, Best Actress for Williams, Best Actress in a Supporting Role for Judi Dench, Best Costume Design and Best Make-up and Hair. The cast received the Capri Ensemble Cast Award from the Capri, Hollywood International Film Festival in January 2012.

Williams won the Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Best Actress, while Curtis earned a nomination for Most Promising Filmmaker. My Week with Marilyn and Branagh garnered nominations from the 69th Golden Globe Awards, while Williams won the Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture award.[7] The actress also earned Best Actress awards from the Hollywood Film Festival, Las Vegas Film Critics Society and the Oklahoma Film Critics Circle. While the London Film Critics' Circle awarded Kenneth Branagh the Supporting Actor of the Year accolade. My Week with Marilyn received a nomination for Best Film from the Phoenix Film Critics Society, while Williams and Branagh were nominated for Best Actress and Best Supporting Actor respectively. Both actors gathered nominations at the Satellite Award and the Screen Actors Guild Award ceremonies. The Toronto and Utah Film Critics Associations awarded Williams for her portrayal of Monroe. The film's casting crew, Deborah Aquila, Tricia Wood and Nina Gold earned a nomination for Outstanding Achievement in Casting for a Studio or Independent Drama from the Casting Society of America. Brad Schreiber of The Huffington Post included My Week with Marilyn in his 2011 Top 10 Films.[8]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipients and nominees Result
AACTA Awards[9] 27 January 2012 Best International Actress Michelle Williams Nominated
Academy Award[10] 26 February 2012 Best Actress Michelle Williams Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Kenneth Branagh Nominated
African-American Film Critics Association[11] 12 December 2011 Best Picture My Week with Marilyn Nominated
Alliance of Women Film Journalists[12] 10 January 2012 Best Actress Michelle Williams Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Kenneth Branagh Nominated
American Cinema Editors[13] 18 February 2012 Best Edited Comedy or Musical Feature Film Adam Recht Nominated
Boston Society of Film Critics[14] 11 December 2011 Best Actress Michelle Williams Won
British Academy Film Awards[15] 12 February 2012 Best Actress in a Leading Role Michelle Williams Nominated
Best Actress in a Supporting Role Judi Dench Nominated
Best Actor in a Supporting Role Kenneth Branagh Nominated
Best British Film My Week with Marilyn Nominated
Best Costume Design Jill Taylor Nominated
Best Makeup and Hair Jenny Shircore Nominated
Rising Star Award Eddie Redmayne Nominated
Broadcast Film Critics Association[16] 12 January 2012 Best Actress Michelle Williams Nominated
Best Costume Design Jill Taylor Nominated
Best Make-up Jenny Shircore Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Kenneth Branagh Nominated
Capri, Hollywood International Film Festival[17] 1 January 2012 Capri Ensemble Cast Award My Week with Marilyn Won
Casting Society of America[18] 29 October 2012 Outstanding Achievement in Casting for a Studio or Independent Drama Deborah Aquila, Tricia Wood, Nina Gold Won
Central Ohio Film Critics Association[19] 5 January 2012 Best Actress Michelle Williams Nominated
Chicago Film Critics Association[20] 19 December 2011 Best Actress Michelle Williams Won
Most Promising Filmmaker Simon Curtis Nominated
Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association[21] 16 December 2011 Best Actress Michelle Williams Won
Best Supporting Actor Kenneth Branagh Nominated
Detroit Film Critics Society[22] 16 December 2011 Best Actress Michelle Williams Won
Best Supporting Actor Kenneth Branagh Nominated
Empire Awards[23] 25 March 2012 Best Actress Michelle Williams Nominated
Evening Standard British Film Awards[24] 6 February 2012 Best Actor Kenneth Branagh Nominated
Florida Film Critics Circle[25] 19 December 2011 Best Actress Michelle Williams Won
Golden Globe Award[7][26] 15 January 2012 Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture Michelle Williams Won
Best Musical or Comedy Motion Picture My Week with Marilyn Nominated
Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture Kenneth Branagh Nominated
Golden Trailer Awards[27] 31 May 2012 Best Romance TV Spot My Week with Marilyn Nominated
Best Romance Poster My Week with Marilyn "Version 1" Nominated
My Week with Marilyn "Version 2" Nominated
Hollywood Film Festival[28] 24 October 2011 Best Actress Michelle Williams Won
Houston Film Critics Society[29] 13 December 2011 Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role Michelle Williams Nominated
Independent Spirit Awards[30] 25 February 2012 Best Female Lead Michelle Williams Won
Las Vegas Film Critics Society[31] 13 December 2011 Best Actress Michelle Williams Won
London Film Critics' Circle[32][33] 19 January 2012 Actress of the Year Michelle Williams Nominated
Supporting Actor of the Year Kenneth Branagh Won
MTV Movie Awards[34] 3 June 2012 Best On-Screen Transformation Michelle Williams Nominated
New York Film Critics Circle Awards[35] 29 November 2011 Best Actress Michelle Williams Nominated
Oklahoma Film Critics Circle[36] 23 December 2011 Best Actress Michelle Williams Won
Online Film Critics Society[37] 2 January 2012 Best Actress Michelle Williams Nominated
Palm Springs International Film Festival[38] 7 January 2012 Desert Palm Achievement Actress Award Michelle Williams Won
Park City Film Music Festival[39] 3 June 2012 Distinguished Artist Award Conrad Pope Won
Phoenix Film Critics Society[40] 27 December 2011 Best Actress Michelle Williams Nominated
Best Film My Week with Marilyn Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Kenneth Branagh Nominated
San Diego Film Critics Society[41] 14 December 2011 Best Actress Michelle Williams Nominated
Satellite Award[42] 18 December 2011 Best Actress in a Drama Motion Picture Michelle Williams Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Kenneth Branagh Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Award[43] 29 January 2012 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role Michelle Williams Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role Kenneth Branagh Nominated
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association[44] 19 December 2011 Best Actress Michelle Williams Nominated
Best Picture My Week with Marilyn Nominated
Toronto Film Critics Association[45] 10 January 2012 Best Actress Michelle Williams Won
Utah Film Critics Association[46] 21 December 2011 Best Actress Michelle Williams Won
Vancouver Film Critics Circle[47] 9 January 2012 Best Actress Michelle Williams Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Kenneth Branagh Nominated
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association[48] 5 December 2011 Best Actress Michelle Williams Won
Best Supporting Actor Kenneth Branagh Nominated
Women Film Critics Circle[49] 19 December 2011 Worst Female Images in a Movie My Week with Marilyn Nominated

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