List of accolades received by No Country for Old Men

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No Country for Old Men is a 2007 American film that was a multiple award winner in categories that ranged from Best Picture to technical awards for editing, cinematography, and production design. The directors, Joel and Ethan Coen, who also served as the producers, film editors and screenwriters, were nominated in Best Director, Best Editing (under the pseudonym of Roderick Jaynes[1]), and Best Adapted Screenplay.

The film was nominated for eight Academy Awards, winning four, including Best Picture,[2] and was nominated for four Golden Globe Awards, winning two at the 65th Golden Globe Awards.[3] It was nominated for the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival,[4] and received a Screen Actors Guild nomination for "Outstanding Performance by a Cast".[5] The film was nominated for nine British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA), winning in three categories.[6] The film won top honors at the Directors Guild of America Awards for Joel and Ethan Coen.

No Country for Old Men received recognition from numerous North American critics' associations, including New York Film Critics Circle, Toronto Film Critics Association, National Board of Review, New York Film Critics Online, Chicago Film Critics Association, Boston Society of Film Critics, and San Diego Film Critics Society.[7][8][9][10][11] The American Film Institute listed it as an AFI Movie of the Year for 2007.[12]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Award Category Recipients and nominees Outcome
Academy Awards[2] Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Picture Scott Rudin, Ethan Coen and Joel Coen Won
Best Supporting Actor Javier Bardem Won
Best Screenplay – Adapted Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Cinematography Roger Deakins Nominated
Best Film Editing Joel and Ethan Coen (as Roderick Jaynes) Nominated
Best Sound Editing Skip Lievsay Nominated
Best Sound Mixing Skip Lievsay, Craig Berkey,
Greg Orloff, and Peter Kurland
Nominated
American Cinema Editors[13] Best Edited Feature Film – Dramatic Ethan Coen (as Roderick Jaynes)
Joel Coen (as Roderick Jaynes)
Nominated
American Society of Cinematographers[14] Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography Roger Deakins Nominated
Art Directors Guild Awards[15] ADG Excellence in Production Design Awards Jess Gonchor (production designer)
John P. Goldsmith (art director)
Deborah Jensen (assistant art director)
Won
Australian Film Critics Association[16] Best Overseas Film Won
Boston Society of Film Critics Awards[17] Best Picture Won
Best Supporting Actor Javier Bardem Won
BAFTA Awards[6] Best Cinematography Roger Deakins Won
Best Direction Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Supporting Actor Javier Bardem Won
Best Editing Joel and Ethan Coen (as Roderick Jaynes) Nominated
Best Film Scott Rudin, Joel and Ethan Coen Nominated
Best Screenplay – Adapted Joel and Ethan Coen Nominated
Best Sound Peter F. Kurland, Skip Lievsay,
Craig Berkey, Greg Orloff
Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Tommy Lee Jones Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Kelly Macdonald Nominated
Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards[18] Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Film Won
Best Supporting Actor Javier Bardem Won
Best Cast Nominated
Best Writer Joel and Ethan Coen Nominated
Cannes Film Festival[19] Palme d'Or Nominated
Casting Society of America Awards[20] Outstanding Achievement in Casting – Studio Feature – Drama Ellen Chenoweth and Jo Edna Boldin Won
Central Ohio Film Critics Association[21] Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Ensemble Won
Best Picture Won
Best Screenplay – Adapted Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Supporting Actor Javier Bardem Won
Chicago Film Critics Association Awards[11] Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Picture Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Supporting Actor Javier Bardem Won
Best Cinematography Roger Deakins Nominated
Cinema Audio Society[22] Best Sound Mixing for Motion Pictures Peter F. Kurland (production mixer)
Skip Lievsay, Craig Berkey and
Greg Orloff (re-recording mixers)
Won
Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards[23] Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Film Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Supporting Actor Javier Bardem Won
David di Donatello Awards[24] Best Foreign Film Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Directors Guild of America Awards[25] Outstanding Achievement in Feature Film Joel and Ethan Coen, Directors
Robert J. Graf, Production Manager
Betsy Magruder, Assistant Director
Bac DeLorme and Jai James,
Second Assistant Directors
Won
Film Critics Circle of Australia[26] Best Foreign Film – English Language Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Florida Film Critics Circle Awards[27] Best Cinematography Roger Deakins Won
Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Film Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Supporting Actor Javier Bardem Won
Golden Globe Awards[28] Best Screenplay Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Supporting Actor Javier Bardem Won
Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Nominated
Best Motion Picture – Drama Nominated
Golden Trailer Awards[29] Best Drama Won
Best Thriller TV Spot Friend-o spot Won
Kansas City Film Critics Circle[30] Best Adapted Screenplay Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Supporting Actor Javier Bardem Won
Key Art Awards[31] Best Campaign of the Year Won
Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards[32] Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Film Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Supporting Actor Javier Bardem Won
London Film Critics' Circle[33] British Supporting Actress of the Year Kelly Macdonald Won
Film of the Year Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Director of the Year Joel and Ethan Coen Nominated
Screenwriter of the Year Joel and Ethan Coen Nominated
MTV Movie Awards[34] Best Villain Javier Bardem Nominated
Motion Picture Sound Editors Golden Reel Awards[35] Best Sound Editing: Dialogue and ADR for Feature Film Skip Lievsay and Craig Berkey (sound designer)
Byron Wilson (supervising dialogue editor)

Kenton Jakub (supervising adr editor)

Nominated
Best Sound Editing: Sound Effects and Foley for Feature Film Skip Lievsay (supervising sound editor)
Craig Berkey (sound design)
Derek Vanderhorst (foley editor), Catherine Harper and Christopher Moriana (foley artist)
Nominated
National Board of Review Awards[36] Best Cast Won
Best Film Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Joel and Ethan Coen Won
New York Film Critics Circle Awards[37] Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Film Won
Best Screenplay Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Supporting Actor Javier Bardem Won
Online Film Critics Society Awards[38] Best Cinematography Roger Deakins Won
Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Editing Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Picture Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Supporting Actor Javier Bardem Won
Best Supporting Actress Kelly Macdonald Nominated
Producers Guild of America Awards[39] Motion Picture Producer of the Year Award Scott Rudin, Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards[40] Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Editing Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Cast Won
Best Supporting Actor Javier Bardem Won
Best Film Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Joel and Ethan Coen Won
San Diego Film Critics Society Awards[41] Best Cinematography Roger Deakins Won
Best Cast Won
Best Film Won
Best Supporting Actor Tommy Lee Jones Won
San Francisco Film Critics Circle Awards[42] Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Satellite Awards[43] Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Film – Drama Won
Best Actor – Drama Josh Brolin Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Javier Bardem Nominated
Best Editing Joel and Ethan Coen Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Joel and Ethan Coen Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards[44] Best Cast Javier Bardem, Josh Brolin, Garret Dillahunt, Tess Harper, Woody Harrelson, Tommy Lee Jones, Kelly Macdonald Won
Best Supporting Actor Javier Bardem Won
Best Supporting Actor Tommy Lee Jones Nominated
Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards[45] Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Film Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Supporting Actor Javier Bardem Won
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association Awards Best Cinematograpny Roger Deakins Nominated
Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Picture Won
Best Screenplay Joel and Ethan Coen Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Javier Bardem Nominated
Josh Brolin Nominated
Tommy Lee Jones Nominated
Toronto Film Critics Association Awards[46] Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Picture Won
Best Screenplay Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Supporting Actor Javier Bardem Won
Vancouver Film Critics Circle Awards[47] Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Film Won
Best Supporting Actor Javier Bardem Won
Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Awards[48] Best Cast Won
Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Picture Won
Best Supporting Actor Javier Bardem Won
Writers Guild of America Awards[49] Best Adapted Screenplay Joel and Ethan Coen Won

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