List of accolades received by The Artist (film)

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List of accolades received by The Artist
Michel Hazanavicius.

Michel Hazanavicius in 2011 at a premiere of The Artist in Paris

Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 107 97
References

The Artist is a 2011 French[1] romantic comedy-drama film directed by Michel Hazanavicius, starring Jean Dujardin and Bérénice Bejo.[2] The film is set in Hollywood between 1927 and 1932 and focuses on a declining film star and a rising actress, as silent cinema falls out of fashion and is replaced by the talkies. The film premiered at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival, where Dujardin won the Best Actor Award.[3] It was released in France on 12 October 2011.[4] Following a showing at the 49th New York Film Festival, The Artist was released on 23 November 2011 in the United States.[5] As of June 2012, the film had earned a worldwide box office total of over $133 million.[6] The Artist was well received by movie critics, with an approval rating of 98% on the review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, which consists of popular and notable critics reviews from newspapers, websites, television and radio programs.[7]

The Artist became the most honored French film in history following its release, with the accolades honoring the film itself, the cast's acting performance, the screenplay, the direction, the score, the cinematography, the editing, and the costumes.[8] The film garnered ten Academy Award nominations at the 2012 ceremony; the ceremony saw the film come away with five awards, including Best Picture, Director, Lead Actor, Original Score, and Costume Design. It was the first silent feature to win the Academy Award for Best Picture after Wings at the inaugural ceremony in 1929 and the first black and white film to win that award since 1993's Schindler's List.[9] Moreover, Jean Dujardin became the first French actor to win an Oscar.[10] A day before the Oscar ceremony, the film was named Best Feature at the 27th Independent Spirit Awards, the first Best Picture Oscar winner to also win that award since 1986's Platoon.[11] The film also received twelve nominations at the 65th British Academy Film Awards, winning seven awards including Best Film, Director, and Actor. At the 37th César Awards ceremony, the film earned six César Awards including Best Actress for Bérénice Bejo and Best Film.

The Artist gathered three accolades from six nominations during the 69th Golden Globe Awards, where it became the first French film to win a Best Film Golden Globe. In addition, Dujardin was the first French actor to win the Best Actor Golden Globe since Gérard Depardieu, who won for his performance in Cyrano de Bergerac.[12] At the 18th Screen Actors Guild Awards, Jean Dujardin won the award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor. The film won the Best Theatrical Motion Picture and Outstanding Directorial Achievement at the 23rd Producers Guild of America Awards and the 64th Directors Guild of America Awards respectively. The 17th Critics' Choice Awards, 77th NY Film Critics Circle Awards, and the 33rd London Film Critics' Circle Awards saw the film win awards for Best Picture.[13][14] The film was given a special award by the American Film Institute.[15] Film critic Richard Corliss of Time magazine placed the film at number one of his Top Ten Films of the Year list.[16]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipients and nominees Result
Academy Award[17] 26 February 2012 Best Picture Thomas Langmann Won
Best Director Michel Hazanavicius Won
Best Actor in a Leading Role Jean Dujardin Won
Best Actress in a Supporting Role Bérénice Bejo Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
Best Art Direction Laurence Bennett, Robert Gould Nominated
Best Cinematography Guillaume Schiffman Nominated
Best Original Score Ludovic Bource Won
Best Costume Design Mark Bridges Won
Best Film Editing Anne-Sophie Bion, Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
Alliance of Women Film Journalists[18][19] 10 January 2012 Best Film Won
Best Director Michel Hazanavicius Won
Best Actor Jean Dujardin Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Bérénice Bejo Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
Best Cinematography Guillaume Schiffman Nominated
Best Editing Michel Hazanavicius and Anne-Sophie Bion Nominated
Best Film Music or Score Ludovic Bource Nominated
Unforgettable Moment Award (the sound of glass clinking on the table) Won
ALMA Awards[20] 16 September 2012 Favorite Movie Actress—Comedy/Musical Bérénice Bejo Nominated
American Cinema Editors Awards[21] 18 February 2012 Best Edited Feature Film (Comedy or Musical) Michel Hazanavicius and Anne-Sophie Bion Won
American Film Institute[22] 11 December 2011 AFI Special Awards Won
American Society of Cinematographers[23] 12 February 2012 Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in a Feature Film Guillaume Schiffman Nominated
Art Directors Guild[24] 4 February 2012 Period Film Laurence Bennett (Production Designer) Nominated
Austin Film Critics Association Awards[25] 28 December 2011 Best Film Nominated
Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA)[26] 27 January 2012 Best Film – International Won
Best Direction – International Michel Hazanavicius Won
Best Actor – International Jean Dujardin Won
Best Screenplay – International Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
BAFTA Awards[27] 12 February 2012 Best Film The Artist Won
Best Direction Michel Hazanavicius Won
Best Actor Jean Dujardin Won
Best Actress Bérénice Bejo Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Michel Hazanavicius Won
Best Music Ludovic Bource Won
Best Cinematography Guillaume Schiffman Won
Best Editing Anne-Sophie Bion, Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
Production Design Nominated
Costume Design Won
Best Sound Nominated
Best Make-up and Hair Nominated
Belgian Syndicate of Cinema Critics[28] 7 January 2012 Grand Prix The Artist Won
BMI Film & TV Awards[29] 17 May 2012 Film Music Award Ludovic Bource Won
Boston Society of Film Critics Award[30] 11 December 2011 Best Picture Won
Best Director Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
Best Use of Music in a Film Ludovic Bource Won tied with Drive
Cannes Film Festival[31] 22 May 2011 Palme d'Or Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
Best Actor Jean Dujardin Won
Palm Dog Award[32] Uggie Won
Casting Society of America[33] 29 October 2012 Outstanding Achievement in Casting for a Studio or Independent Comedy Feature Heidi Levitt, Michael Sanford Won
Central Ohio Film Critics Association[34][35] 5 January 2012 Best Film Nominated
Best Actor Jean Dujardin Nominated
César Awards[36] 24 February 2012 Best Film Won
Best Director Michel Hazanavicius Won
Best Actor Jean Dujardin Nominated
Best Actress Bérénice Béjo Won
Best Writing Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
Best Cinematography Guillaume Schiffman Won
Best Editing Anne-Sophie Bion, Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
Best Production Design Laurence Bennett Won
Best Costume Design Mark Bridges Nominated
Best Music Written for a Film Ludovic Bource Won
Chicago Film Critics Association[37][38] 7 January 2012 Best Picture Nominated
Best Director Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
Best Actor Jean Dujardin Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Michel Hazanavicius Won
Best Original Score Ludovic Bource Nominated
IFF Cinematik Piešťany[39] 12 September 2012 Meeting Point Europe Award The Artist Won
Audience Award The Artist Nominated
The Comedy Awards[40][41] 6 May 2012 Best Picture The Artist Nominated
Best Actor Jean Dujardin Won
Best Director Michael Hazanavicius Nominated
Critics' Choice Movie Awards[42] 12 January 2012 Best Picture Won
Best Actor Jean Dujardin Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Bérénice Bejo Nominated
Best Acting Ensemble Nominated
Best Director Michel Hazanavicius Won
Best Original Screenplay Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
Best Cinematography Guillaume Schiffman Nominated
Best Art Direction Laurence Bennett and Gregory S. Hooper Nominated
Best Editing Michel Hazanavicius and Anne-Sophie Bion Nominated
Best Costume Design Mark Bridges Won
Best Original Score Ludovic Bource Won
David di Donatello Awards[43] 4 May 2012 Best European Film The Artist Nominated
Denver Film Critics Society[44] 9 January 2012 Best Film The Artist Nominated
Best Director Michel Hazanavicius (tied with Terrence Malick) Won
Best Actor Jean Dujardin Nominated
Best Original Score Ludovic Bource Won
Detroit Film Critics Society[45] 16 December 2011 Best Film Won
Best Director Michel Hazanavicius Won
Best Actor Jean Dujardin Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Bérénice Bejo Nominated
Best Screenplay Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
Directors Guild Awards[46] 28 January 2012 Outstanding Achievement in Directing in a Theatrical Release Michel Hazanavicius Won
Etoiles d'Or Awards[47] 23 January 2012 Best Producer Thomas Langmann Won
Best Film Won
Best Director Michael Hazanavicius Won
Best Actor Jean Dujardin Won
Best Actress Bérénice Béjo Won
Best Composer Ludovic Bource Won
European Film Awards[48] 3 December 2011 Best Film Nominated
Best European Composer Ludovic Bource Won
Best European Cinematographer Guillaume Schiffman Nominated
Florida Film Critics Circle[49] 19 December 2011 Best Original Screenplay Michel Hazanavicius Won
Georgia Film Critics Association[50] 17 January 2012 Best Supporting Actress Bérénice Bejo Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Michael Hazanavicius Nominated
Best Art Direction Nominated
Golden Collar Awards[51] 13 February 2012 Best Dog in a Theatrical Film Uggie Won
Golden Globe Awards[52] 15 January 2012 Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy Won
Best Actor - Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Jean Dujardin Won
Best Supporting Actress - Motion Picture Bérénice Bejo Nominated
Best Director - Motion Picture Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
Best Screenplay Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
Best Original Score Ludovic Bource Won
Golden Trailer Awards[53] 31 May 2012 Best Independent TV Spot Won
Goya Awards[54] 19 February 2012 Best European Film Won
Grammy Awards[55] 10 February 2013 Best Score Soundtrack For Visual Media Ludovic Bource Nominated
Houston Film Critics Society[56] 14 December 2011 Best Picture Nominated
Best Director Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
Best Actor Jean Dujardin Nominated
Best Screenplay Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
Best Cinematography Guillaume Schiffman Nominated
Best Score Ludovic Bource Won
Best Foreign Film Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
Independent Spirit Awards[57][58] 25 February 2012 Best Film Won
Best Director Michel Hazanavicius Won
Best Screenplay Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
Best Actor Jean Dujardin Won
Best Cinematography Guillaume Schiffman Won
Iowa Film Critics Awards[59] 16 January 2012 Best Film Nominated
Best Director Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
Best Actor Jean Dujardin Nominated
Las Vegas Film Critics Society[60] 13 December 2011 Best Picture Won
Best Actor Jean Dujardin Won
Best Costume Design Mark Bridges Won
Best Art Direction Gregory S. Hooper Won
Best Score Ludovic Bource Won
Leeds International Film Festival[61] 21 November 2011 Official Selection Audience Award Won
London Film Critics' Circle[62] 19 January 2012 Film of the Year Won
Actor of the Year Jean Dujardin Won
Director of the Year Michel Hazanavicius Won
Screenwriter of the Year Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
New York Film Critics Circle Awards[63] 29 November 2011 Best Picture Won
Best Director Michel Hazanavicius Won
Best Actor Jean Dujardin Nominated
New York Film Critics Online[64] 11 December 2011 Best Picture Won
Best Director Michel Hazanavicius Won
Best Original Score Ludovic Bource Won
Oklahoma Film Critics Circle[65] 23 December 2011 Best Picture Won
Best Director Michel Hazanavicius Won
Best Original Screenplay Michel Hazanavicius Won
Online Film Critics Society[66] 2 January 2012 Best Picture Nominated
Best Director Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
Best Actor Jean Dujardin Nominated
Best Cinematography Nominated
Phoenix Film Critics Society[67][68] 27 December 2011 Best Picture Won
Best Director Michel Hazanavicius Won
Best Actor in a Leading Role Jean Dujardin Won
Best Actress in a Supporting Role Bérénice Bejo Won
Best Original Screenplay Won
Best Original Score Won
Best Cinematography Nominated
Best Film Editing Won
Best Production Design Nominated
Best Costume Design Won
Breakthrough Behind The Camera Michel Hazanavicius Won
Producers Guild of America Award[69][70] 21 January 2012 Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures Thomas Langmann Won
San Sebastián International Film Festival[71] 25 September 2011 Audience Award Won
Santa Barbara International Film Festival[72] 4 February 2012 Cinema Vanguard Award Won
San Diego Film Critics Society Awards[73] 14 December 2011 Best Film Won
Best Director Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
Best Actor Jean Dujardin Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Bérénice Bejo Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
Best Cinematography Guillaume Schiffman Nominated
Best Editing Anne-Sophie Bion & Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
Best Production Design Laurence Bennett Nominated
Best Score Ludovic Bource Nominated
Satellite Awards[74] 19 December 2011 Best Film Nominated
Best Director Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
Best Cinematography Guillaume Schiffman Nominated
Best Art Direction and Production Design Laurence Bennett and Gregory S. Hooper Won
Best Costume Design Mark Bridges Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards[75] 29 January 2012 Best Cast Nominated
Best Male Actor in a Leading Role Jean Dujardin Won
Best Female Actor in a Supporting Role Bérénice Bejo Nominated
Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards[76] 19 December 2011 Best Film Nominated
Best Director Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association[77] 19 December 2011 Best Film Won
Best Director Michel Hazanavicius Won
Best Supporting Actress Bérénice Bejo Won
Best Original Screenplay Michel Hazanavicius Won
Best Music Won
Special Merit (for best scene, cinematic technique or other memorable aspect or moment) the dance scene finale Nominated
Toronto Film Critics Association[78] 14 December 2011 Best Picture Nominated
Best Director Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
Utah Film Critics Association 22 December 2011 Best Picture Nominated
Best Director Michel Hazanavicius Won
Best Actor Jean Dujardin Nominated
Vancouver Film Critics Circle[79] 9 January 2012 Best Film Won
Best Actor Jean Dujardin Nominated
Best Director Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
Best Screenplay Michel Hazanavicius Won
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association[80] 5 December 2011 Best Picture Won
Best Director Michel Hazanavicius Nominated
Best Actor Jean Dujardin Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Bérénice Bejo Nominated
Best Art Direction Lawrence Bennett and Gregory S. Hooper Nominated
Best Cinematography Guillaume Schiffman Nominated
Best Original Score Ludovic Bource Won
Women Film Critics Circle[81] 19 December 2011 Best Actor Jean Dujardin Nominated
Best Screen Couple Jean Dujardin and Bérénice Bejo Won

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