List of accolades received by Precious

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List of awards won by Precious
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Mo'Nique swept the award season for her work in Precious. Here she is holding her Screen Actors Guild Award.

Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 80 137
Footnotes

Precious: Based on the Novel "Push" by Sapphire (usually shortened to Precious) is an American drama film directed by Lee Daniels that was released in 2009. Precious is an adaptation by Geoffrey S. Fletcher of the 1996 novel Push by Sapphire. The film was released by Lions Gate Entertainment on November 6, 2009, in the United States and Canada, grossing over $1.8 million in its opening weekend in limited release, ranking 12th place at the box office.[1] The film grossed over $47,500,000 domestically and $53,400,000 worldwide.[1] Precious was well received by movie critics, with an approval rating of 91% on the review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, which consists of popular and notable critics reviews from newspapers, websites, television and radio programs.[2]

The film has received various awards and nominations, with the nominations categories mainly ranging from recognition of the film itself (Best Film) to its direction, editing and writing (Best Direction, Best Editing Best Adapted Screenplay) to the cast's acting performance, mainly Mo'Nique's and Gabourey Sidibe's for Best Supporting Actress and Best Actress, respectively. Precious received three nominations at the 67th Golden Globe Awards ceremony, and received one award for Best Performance By An Actress In A Supporting Role In A Motion Picture. Precious received six nominations from the 82nd Academy Awards ceremony, winning two for Best Supporting Actress and Best Writing for an adapted screenplay. The film also received four nominations at the 63rd British Academy Film Awards, winning Best Supporting Actress. The film won all five of its nominations at the 25th Independent Spirit Awards, for Best Feature, Best First Screenplay, Best Director, Best Female Lead and Best Supporting Female.

Precious received three nominations at the 16th Screen Actors Guild Awards, winning Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role. The film won the People's Choice Award, at the 34th Toronto International Film Festival, and Breakthrough Performance by an Actress, at the 81st National Board of Review Awards. The film also won the Special Jury Prize, at the 25th Sundance Film Festival. Precious received two nominations, winning the Stanley Kramer Award, at the 21st Producers Guild of America Awards and won Outstanding Directorial Achievement, 62nd Directors Guild of America Awards. Mo'Nique also received recognition for her performance at 35th LA Film Critics Association Awards, 75th NY Film Critics Circle Awards and 5th Utah Film Critics Association Awards, winning Best Supporting Actress from all three of the organizations. Precious was included in the Top 10 Films of 2009 lists from 18th Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards, 9th NY Film Critics Online, 10th Phoenix Film Critics Society, 8th Central Ohio Film Critics Association Awards, 9th AFI Awards and 16th DFW Film Critics Association.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipients and nominees Outcome
Academy Awards[3] March 7, 2010 Best Actress in a Supporting Role Mo'Nique Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Geoffrey Fletcher Won
Best Picture Precious Nominated
Best Director Lee Daniels Nominated
Best Actress in a Leading Role Gabourey Sidibe Nominated
Best Film Editing Joe Klotz Nominated
African-American Film Critics Association[4] December 14, 2009 Best Picture Precious Won
Best Supporting Actress Mo'Nique Won
Best Director Lee Daniels Won
Best Screenplay Geoffrey Fletcher - Tied with John Musker, Ron Clements, and Rob Edwards for The Princess and the Frog Won
Best Actress Gabourey Sidibe Nominated
Alliance of Women Film Journalists Award[5] December 15, 2009 Unforgettable Moment Award Precious Won
Best Actress in Supporting Role Mo'Nique Won
Bravest Performance Award Mo'Nique Won
Best Film Precious Nominated
Best Screenplay, Adapted Geoffrey Fletcher Nominated
Best Actress Gabourey Sidibe Nominated
Best Breakthrough Performance Gabourey Sidibe Nominated
Bravest Performance Award Gabourey Sidibe Nominated
Best Ensemble Cast Precious Nominated
Movie You Wanted To Love But Just Couldn‘t Precious Nominated
American Film Institute Awards[6] December 13, 2009 10 Best Films Precious Won
ASPEN Film Festival[7] September 30 – October 4, 2009 Audience Award Precious Won
Artist To Watch Award Paula Patton Won
Black Reel Awards[8] February 13, 2010 Best Film Precious Won
Best Actress Gabourey Sidibe Won
Best Breakthrough Performance Gabourey Sidibe Won
Best Supporting Actress Mo'Nique Won
Mariah Carey Nominated
Paula Patton Nominated
Best Director Lee Daniels Won
Best Screenplay, Adapted or Original Geoffrey Fletcher Won
Best Ensemble Precious Won
Best Supporting Actor Lenny Kravitz Nominated
Boston Society of Film Critics Awards[9] February 9, 2010 Best Supporting Actress Mo'Nique Won
Best Cast Precious Won
British Academy Film Awards[10] February 21, 2010 Supporting Actress Mo'Nique Won
Best Film Precious Nominated
Leading Actress Gabourey Sidibe Nominated
Adapted Screenplay Geoffrey Fletcher Nominated
Capri Hollywood International Film Festival[11] January 2, 2010 Supporting Actress of the Year Mariah Carey Won
Central Ohio Film Critics Association Awards[12] January 7, 2010 Best Supporting Actress Mo'Nique Won
Chicago Film Critics Association[13] December 21, 2009 Best Supporting Actress Mo'Nique Won
Best Actress Gabourey Sidibe Nominated
Most Promising Performer Gabourey Sidibe Nominated
Chicago International Film Festival[14] October 22, 2009 Precious Audience Choice Award Won
Critics Choice Award[15] January 15, 2010 Best Picture Precious Nominated
Best Actress Gabourey Sidibe Nominated
Best Directing Lee Daniels Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Geoffrey Fletcher Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Mo'Nique Won
Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association[16] December 16, 2009 Top 10 Films Precious Won
Best Supporting Actress Mo'Nique Won
Russell Smith Award Lee Daniels Won
Deauville American Film Festival[17] September 13, 2009 Jury Prize Precious Won
Detroit Film Critics Society Awards[18] December 18, 2009 Best Actress Gabourey Sidibe Won
Best Breakthrough Performance Gabourey Sidibe Won
Best Supporting Actress Mo'Nique Won
Best Emsemble Precious Nominated
Directors Guild of America Awards[19] January 30, 2010 Outstanding Directorial Achievement Lee Daniels Nominated
Florida Film Critics Circle Awards[20] December 21, 2009 Best Actress Gabourey Sidibe Won
Pauline Kael Breakout Award Gabourey Sidibe Won
Best Supporting Actress Mo'Nique Won
GLAAD Media Awards[21] April 17, 2010 Outstanding Film – Wide Release Precious Nominated
Golden Globe Awards[22] January 17, 2010 Best Motion Picture – Drama Precious Nominated
Best Performance By An Actress In A Motion Picture – Drama Gabourey Sidbie Nominated
Best Performance By An Actress In A Supporting Role In A Motion Picture Mo'Nique Won
Heartland Film Festival[23] October 29, 2009 Truly Moving Picture Precious Won
Houston Film Critics Society Awards[24] December 19, 2009 Best Picture Precious Nominated
Best Director Lee Daniels Nominated
Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role Mo'Nique Nominated
Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role Gabourey Sidibe Nominated
Best Screenplay Geoffrey Fletcher Nominated
Independent Spirit Awards[25] March 5, 2010 Best Feature Precious Won
Best Director Lee Daniels Won
Best Female Lead Gabourey Sidibe Won
Best Supporting Female Mo'Nique Won
Best First Screenplay Geoffrey Fletcher Won
Iowa Film Critics Awards[26] January 14, 210 Best Actress Gabourey Sidibe Won
Best Supporting Actress Mo'Nique Won
Kansas City Film Critics Circle[27] January 3, 2010 Best Supporting Actress Mo'Nique Won
London Film Critics Circle 2009[28] February 18, 2010 Actress of the Year Mo'Nique Won
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards[29] December 14, 2009 Best Supporting Actress Mo'Nique Won
MTV Movie Awards[30] June 6, 2010 Best Breakout Star Gabourey Sidibe Nominated
NAACP Image Awards[31] February 26, 2010 Outstanding Motion Picture Precious Won
Outstanding Independent Motion Picture Precious Won
Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture Gabourey Sidibe Won
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture Mo'Nique Won
Outstanding Writing in a Motion Picture Geoffrey Fletcher Won
Outstanding Directing in a Motion Picture (Theatrical or Television) Lee Daniels Won
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture Mariah Carey Nominated
Paula Patton Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture Lenny Kravitz Nominated
National Board of Review Awards[32] January 12, 2010 Breakthrough Performance Gabourey Sidibe Won
New York Film Critics Circle Awards[33] December 14, 2009 Best Supporting Actress Mo'Nique Won
New York Film Critics Online[34] December 13, 2009 Best Supporting Female Mo'Nique Won
Top 10 Films Precious Won
Oklahoma Film Critics Circle Awards[35] December 23, 2009 Best Supporting Actress Mo'Nique Won
Online Film Critics Society Awards[36] January 5, 2010 Best Supporting Actress Mo'Nique Won
Best Actress Gabourey Sidibe Nominated
Palm Springs International Film Festival[37] January 5, 2010 Breakthrough Performance Award Mariah Carey Won
Phoenix Film Critics Society[38] December 22, 2009 Breakout on Camera Gabourey Sidibe Won
Best Supporting Actress Mo'Nique Won
Top Ten Films Precious Won
Producers Guild of America Awards[39] January 24, 2010 Theatrical Picture Precious Nominated
Stanley Kramer Award Precious Won
Satellite Awards[40] December 20, 2009 Best Screenplay – Adapted Geoffrey Fletcher Won
Best Supporting Female Mo'Nique Won
Top 10 Films Precious Won
Outstanding New Talent Gabourey Sidibe Won
Best Film – Drama Precious Nominated
Best Director Lee Daniels Nominated
Best Original Song
("I Can See in Color")
Mary J. Blige Nominated
San Diego Film Critics Society Awards[41] December 15, 2009 Best Supporting Actress Mo'Nique Nominated
San Francisco Film Critics Circle[42] December 14, 2009 Best Supporting Actress Mo'Nique Won
Screen Actors Guild Awards[43] January 23, 2010 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role Gabourey Sidibe Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Precious Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role Mo'Nique Won
Southeastern Film Critics Association[44] December 13, 2009 Top 10 Films Precious Won
Best Supporting Actress Mo'Nique Won
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Awards[45] December 21, 2009 Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role Mo'Nique Won
Best Picture Precious Nominated
Best Actress Gabourey Sidibe Nominated
Special Merit ("Favorite Scene") Precious Nominated
Stockholm International Film Festival[46] November 18 – 29, 2009 Bronze Horse Lee Daniels Nominated
FIPRESCI Prize – Honorable Mention Lee Daniels Won
Best Actress Mo'Nique Won
Sundance Film Festival[47] January 24, 2009 Special Jury Prize Mo'Nique Won
Toronto International Film Festival[48] September 19, 2009 People's Choice Award Lee Daniels Won
USC Scripter Award[49] February 6, 2010 Scripter Award Geoffrey Fletcher
and Sapphire
Nominated
Utah Film Critics Association Award[50] December 18, 2009 Best Supporting Actress Mo'Nique Won
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Awards[51] December 7, 2009 Best Breakthrough Performance Gabourey Sidibe Won
Best Supporting Actress Mo'Nique Won
Best Film Precious Nominated
Best Director Lee Daniels Nominated
Best Actress Gabourey Sidibe Nominated
Best Screenplay – Adapted Geoffrey Fletcher Nominated
Best Ensemble Precious Nominated
Women's Film Critics Circle Award[52] December 9, 2009 Best Young Actress Gabourey Sidibe Won
Adrienne Shelly Award Precious Won
Writers Guild of America Awards[53] February 20, 2010 Adapted Screenplay Geoffrey Fletcher Nominated

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