List of accolades received by Slumdog Millionaire

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List of accolades received by Slumdog Millionaire
Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 119 169
References

Slumdog Millionaire is a 2008 British romantic drama film directed by Danny Boyle and written by Simon Beaufoy. The film is an adaptation of Vikas Swarup's 2005 novel Q & A. Slumdog Millionaire premièred on 30 August 2008 at the Telluride Film Festival in Colorado, before being shown at the Toronto International Film Festival on 7 September 2008.[1][2] The film opened nationwide in the United States on 26 December 2008, earning over $4,000,000 in its first weekend in wide release. Over its entire theatrical run, the film earned over $141,000,000 over 29 weeks in the United States and Canada, $52,000,000 in the United Kingdom and Ireland, and an additional $184,000,000 in other international markets.[3]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipients and nominees Result
Academy Award[4][5] 22 February 2009 Best Picture Christian Colson Won
Best Director Danny Boyle Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Simon Beaufoy Won
Best Cinematography Anthony Dod Mantle Won
Best Editing Chris Dickens Won
Best Original Score A. R. Rahman Won
Best Original Song "Jai Ho" Won
"O...Saya" Nominated
Best Sound Editing Tom Sayers Nominated
Best Sound Mixing Resul Pookutty, Richard Pryke and Ian Tapp Won
Alliance of Women Film Journalists[6][7] 15 December 2008 Best Film Slumdog Millionaire Won
Best Director Danny Boyle Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Simon Beaufoy Nominated
Unforgettable Moment Award Young Jamal jumps Won
Eye gouging Nominated
Cultural Crossover Award Slumdog Millionaire Won
American Cinema Editors[8] 15 February 2009 Best Edited Feature Film - Dramatic Chris Dickens Won
American Society of Cinematographers[9] 15 February 2009 Outstanding Cinematography in a Theatrical Release Anthony Dod Mantle Won
Art Directors Guild[10] 14 February 2009 Excellence in Production Design for a Contemporary Film Mark Digby Won
Austin Film Festival[11] 16 October 2008 Audience Award: Out of Competition Film Simon Beaufoy and Danny Boyle Won
Black Reel Awards[12] 15 December 2008 Best Actor Dev Patel Won
Best Original Soundtrack A. R. Rahman Won
Best Ensemble Slumdog Millionaire Nominated
Breakthrough Performance Dev Patel Won
Boston Society of Film Critics[13] 14 December 2008 Best Picture Slumdog Millionaire Won
Best Film Editing Chris Dickens Won
British Academy Film Awards[14] 8 February 2009 Best Film Slumdog Millionaire Won
Best Director Danny Boyle Won
Best British Film Slumdog Millionaire Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Simon Beaufoy Won
Best Actor in a Leading Role Dev Patel Nominated
Best Actress in a Supporting Role Freida Pinto Nominated
Best Cinematography Anthony Dod Mantle Won
Best Editing Chris Dickens Won
Best Production Design Michelle Day and Mark Digby Nominated
Best Film Music A. R. Rahman Won
Best Sound Glenn Freemantle, Resul Pookutty, Richard Pryke, Tom Sayers and Ian Tapp Won
British Independent Film Awards 30 November 2008 Best British Independent Film Slumdog Millionaire Won
Best Director Danny Boyle Won
Best Screenplay Simon Beaufoy Nominated
Best Technical Achievement in Cinematography Anthony Dod Mantle Nominated
Most Promising Newcomer Dev Patel Won
Ayush Mahesh Khedekar Nominated
Broadcast Film Critics Association[15][16] 8 January 2009 Best Picture Slumdog Millionaire Won
Best Director Danny Boyle Won
Best Writer Simon Beaufoy Won
Best Young Performer Dev Patel Won
Best Composer A.R. Rahman Won
Best Song "Jai Ho" Nominated
Camerimage[17] 29 November 2008 Best Cinematography Anthony Dod Mantle Won
Chicago Film Critics Association[18] 18 December 2008 Best Picture Slumdog Millionaire Nominated
Best Director Danny Boyle Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Simon Beaufoy Won
Most Promising Performer Dev Patel Won
Best Cinematography Anthony Dod Mantle Nominated
Best Original Score A. R. Rahman Nominated
Chicago International Film Festival[19] 16 October 2008 Audience Choice Award Slumdog Millionaire Won
Cinema Audio Society[10] 14 February 2009 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Motion Pictures Resul Pookutty, Ian Tapp and Richard Pryke Won
Costume Designers Guild[20] 17 February 2009 Excellence in Contemporary Film Costume Design Suttirat Anne Larlarb Won
Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association[21] 17 December 2008 Best Film Slumdog Millionaire Won
Best Director Danny Boyle Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Simon Beaufoy Nominated
Detroit Film Critics Society[22] 19 December 2008 Best Film Slumdog Millionaire Won
Best Director Danny Boyle Won
Best Newcomer Dev Patel Nominated
Directors Guild of America[23] 31 January 2009 Outstanding Directing in a Feature Film Danny Boyle Won
European Film Awards[24][25] 12 December 2009 Best Film Slumdog Millionaire Nominated
Best Director Danny Boyle Nominated
Best Screenwriter Simon Beaufoy Nominated
Best Actor in a Leading Role Dev Patel Nominated
Best Cinematographer Anthony Dod Mantle Won
Audience Award Danny Boyle Won
Evening Standard British Film Awards[26] 1 February 2009 Best Director Danny Boyle Nominated
Best Technical Achievement Mark Digby Won
Most Promising Newcomer Dev Patel Nominated
Florida Film Critics Circle[27] 18 December 2008 Best Picture Slumdog Millionaire Won
Best Director Danny Boyle Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Simon Beaufoy Won
Golden Eagle Award[28] 30 January 2010 Best Foreign Film In Theatrical Release Slumdog Millionaire Won
Golden Globe Awards[29] 11 January 2009 Best Drama Film Slumdog Millionaire Won
Best Director Danny Boyle Won
Best Screenplay Simon Beaufoy Won
Best Original Score A. R. Rahman Won
Grammy Award[30] 8 February 2009 Best Soundtrack for a Motion Picture Slumdog Millionaire Won
Best Song Written for a Motion Picture "Jai Ho" Won
Houston Film Critics Society[31][32] 17 December 2008 Best Director Danny Boyle Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Simon Beaufoy Won
Best Cinematography Anthony Dod Mantle Nominated
Best Original Score A. R. Rahman Nominated
Best Original Song "Jai Ho" Nominated
Image Awards[33][34] 12 February 2009 Outstanding Independent Film Slumdog Millionaire Won
Outstanding Actor in a Supporting Role Dev Patel Nominated
London Film Critics' Circle[35] 4 February 2009 British Film Of The Year Slumdog Millionaire Won
Best Director Of The Year Danny Boyle Nominated
Best British Director Of The Year Danny Boyle Won
Best Screenwriter Of The Year Simon Beaufoy Won
Best British Actor Of The Year Dev Patel Nominated
Young British Performer Of The Year Dev Patel Nominated
Los Angeles Film Critics Association[36] 9 December 2008 Best Director Danny Boyle Won
Best Music Score A. R. Rahman Won
Best Cinematography Anthony Dod Mantle Nominated
Motion Picture Sound Editors[37] 21 February 2009 Best Sound Editing in a Foreign Feature Film Tom Sayers Won
MTV Movie Awards[38] 31 May 2009 Best Film Slumdog Millionaire Nominated
Best Song From a Movie "Jai Ho" Nominated
Best Kiss Dev Patel and Freida Pinto Nominated
Best WTF Moment Ayush Mahesh Khedekar Nominated
Female Breakthrough Performance Freida Pinto Nominated
Male Breakthrough Performance Dev Patel Nominated
National Board of Review[39] 4 December 2008 Best Film Slumdog Millionaire Won
Best Breakthrough Performance, Male Dev Patel Won
Best Screenplay Simon Beaufoy Won
National Society of Film Critics[40] 5 January 2009 Best Cinematography Anthony Dod Mantle Won
New York Film Critics Circle Awards[41] 10 December 2008 Best Cinematography Anthony Dod Mantle Won
New York Film Critics Online 15 December 2008 Best Picture Slumdog Millionaire Won
Best Director Danny Boyle with Loveleen Tandan Won
Best Cinematography Anthony Dod Mantle Won
Best Screenplay Simon Beaufoy Won
Best Music Score A. R. Rahman Won
Oklahoma Film Critics Circle 23 December 2008 Best Film Slumdog Millionaire Won
Best Director Danny Boyle Won
Best Screenplay Simon Beaufoy Won
Palm Springs International Film Festival[42] 6 January 2009 Breakthrough Performance Award Freida Pinto Won
Phoenix Film Critics Society[43] 18 December 2008 Best Picture Slumdog Millionaire Won
Best Director Danny Boyle Won
Best Film Editing Chris Dickens Won
Best Screenplay Simon Beaufoy Won
Best Music Score A. R. Rahman Won
Break Out On Camera Dev Patel Won
Best Performance By a Youth, Male Ayush Mahesh Khedekar Won
Producers Guild of America[44] 24 January 2009 Best Theatrical Picture Slumdog Millionaire Won
Rotterdam International Film Festival[45][46] 29 January 2009 Audience Award Slumdog Millionaire Won
MovieZone Award Slumdog Millionaire Won
San Diego Film Critics Society[47] 15 December 2008 Best Film Slumdog Millionaire Won
Best Director Danny Boyle Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Simon Beaufoy Won
Best Cinematography Anthony Dod Mantle Won
Best Film Editing Chris Dickens Won
Best Music Score A. R. Rahman Won
Satellite Awards[48] 14 December 2008 Best Drama Film Slumdog Millionaire Won
Best Director Danny Boyle Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Simon Beaufoy Nominated
Best Editing Chris Dickens Nominated
Best Original Score A. R. Rahman Won
Best Original Song "Jai Ho" Nominated
Screen Actors Guild[49][50] 25 January 2009 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role Dev Patel Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Slumdog Millionaire Won
Southeastern Film Critics Association[51] 15 December 2008 Best Picture Slumdog Millionaire Nominated
Best Director Danny Boyle Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Simon Beaufoy Won
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association[52] 15 December 2008 Best Picture Slumdog Millionaire Nominated
Best Foreign Language Film Slumdog Millionaire Won
Most Original, Creative or Innovative Film Slumdog Millionaire Nominated
Best Director Danny Boyle Won
Best Screenplay Simon Beaufoy Nominated
Best Cinematography Anthony Dod Mantle Nominated
St. Louis International Film Festival 13 November 2008 Best International Feature Slumdog Millionaire Won
Toronto International Film Festival[19] 4 September 2008 People's Choice Award Danny Boyle Won
USC Scripter Award[53] 30 January 2009 Best Screenplay Simon Beaufoy Won
Vancouver Film Critics Circle[54] 13 January 2009 Best Picture Slumdog Millionaire Nominated
Best Director Danny Boyle Nominated
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association[55] 7 December 2008 Best Film Slumdog Millionaire Won
Best Director Danny Boyle Won
Best Breakthrough Performance Dev Patel Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Simon Beaufoy Won
World Soundtrack Awards[56] 17 October 2009 Best Original Song Written for a Film A.R. Rahman Won
A.R. Rahman Nominated
Best Original Soundtrack of the Year Slumdog Millionaire Nominated
Writers Guild of America[57] 7 February 2009 Best Adapted Screenplay Simon Beaufoy Won
Young Artist Award[58] 29 March 2009 Outstanding International Feature Film Ensemble Slumdog Millionaire Won

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