List of accolades received by The Hurt Locker

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List of accolades received by The Hurt Locker
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Kathryn Bigelow, director of The Hurt Locker at the 82nd Academy Awards

Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 97 161
References

The Hurt Locker is a 2008 Iraq War film written by Mark Boal and directed by Kathryn Bigelow.[1] The film premiered on September 4, 2008 at the 65th Venice International Film Festival, where it competed with The Wrestler for the Golden Lion award. It was released in Italy by Warner Bros. Pictures on October 10, 2008.[2] Following a showing at the 33rd Toronto International Film Festival, Summit Entertainment picked the film up for distribution in the United States.[3] The Hurt Locker was released in the United States on June 26, 2009, with a limited release at four theaters in Los Angeles and New York City.[4] The film grossed over $145,000 on its opening weekend, averaging around $36,000 per theater. The following weekend, beginning July 3, the film grossed over $131,000 at nine theaters.[5] It held the highest per-screen average[Note 1] of any movie playing theatrically in the United States for the first two weeks of its release, gradually moving into the top 20 chart.[7][8] Summit Entertainment then released The Hurt Locker to more screens. The film grossed $49.2 million worldwide, and was a success against its budget of $15 million.[7]

The Hurt Locker has earned various awards and nominations, with the nominations in categories ranging from recognition of the screenplay to its direction and editing to the cast's acting performance. Kathryn Bigelow dominated the Best Director category at the critics' circles. The 67th Golden Globe Awards ceremony saw The Hurt Locker receive three nominations for Best Motion Picture Drama, Director and Screenplay, but it failed to win any. The film garnered nine nominations at the 82nd Academy Awards; the ceremony saw the film come away with six awards, including Best Motion Picture, Director and Original Screenplay. Bigelow became the first woman to win the Academy Award for Best Director and she also became only the fourth woman to be nominated in the category in the history of the awards.[9]

The Hurt Locker received two nominations at the 16th Screen Actors Guild Awards, for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor for Jeremy Renner and Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. The film won the Best Theatrical Motion Picture and Outstanding Directorial Achievement at the 21st Producers Guild of America Awards and the 62nd Directors Guild of America Awards respectively. The 35th LA Film Critics Association Awards, 75th NY Film Critics Circle Awards and the 44th National Society of Film Critics Association Awards saw the film win awards for Best Picture and Director. Both the American Film Institute and the Associated Press included The Hurt Locker in their Top Ten Films of 2009 lists.[10][11] The Associated Press also placed the film at number six on their Top Ten Films of the Decade list.[12]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipients and nominees Result
Academy Award[13][14] March 7, 2010 Best Picture Kathryn Bigelow, Mark Boal, Greg Shapiro, Nicolas Chartier Won
Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Won
Best Original Screenplay Mark Boal Won
Best Actor Jeremy Renner Nominated
Best Cinematography Barry Ackroyd Nominated
Best Editing Chris Innis
Bob Murawski
Won
Best Original Score Marco Beltrami, Buck Sanders Nominated
Best Sound Mixing Paul N. J. Ottosson, Ray Beckett Won
Best Sound Editing Paul N. J. Ottosson Won
African-American Film Critics Association[15] December 14, 2009 Best Supporting Actor Anthony Mackie Won
Alliance of Women Film Journalists[16] December 15, 2009 Best Picture The Hurt Locker Won
Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Won
Best Woman Director Kathryn Bigelow Won
Best Ensemble The Hurt Locker Won
American Cinema Editors[17] February 14, 2010 Best Edited Feature Film - Dramatic Chris Innis
Bob Murawski
Won
American Society of Cinematographers[18] February 27, 2010 Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Theatrical Releases Barry Ackroyd Nominated
Art Directors Guild[19] February 13, 2010 Excellence in Production Design for a Contemporary Film Karl Juliusson Won
Austin Film Critics Association[20] December 15, 2009 Best Picture The Hurt Locker Won
Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Won
Best Cinematography Barry Ackroyd Won
Black Reel Awards[21] February 13, 2010 Best Supporting Actor Anthony Mackie Won
Boston Society of Film Critics[22] December 13, 2009 Best Film The Hurt Locker Won
Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Won
Best Actor Jeremy Renner Won
Best Cinematography Barry Ackroyd Won
Best Film Editing Chris Innis
Bob Murawski
Won
British Academy Film Awards[23] February 21, 2010 Best Film Kathryn Bigelow, Mark Boal, Greg Shapiro, Nicolas Chartier Won
Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Won
Best Original Screenplay Mark Boal Won
Best Actor Jeremy Renner Nominated
Best Cinematography Barry Ackroyd Won
Best Editing Chris Innis
Bob Murawski
Won
Best Sound Ray Beckett, Paul N. J. Ottosson, Craig Stauffer Won
Best Special Visual Effects Richard Stutsman Nominated
British Independent Film Awards [24][25] December 6, 2010 Best Foreign Film The Hurt Locker Nominated
British Society of Cinematographers[26] July 18, 2010 Best Cinematography Barry Ackroyd Won
Broadcast Film Critics[27] January 15, 2010 Best Picture The Hurt Locker Won
Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Won
Best Original Screenplay Mark Boal Nominated
Best Actor Jeremy Renner Nominated
Best Cinematography Barry Ackroyd Nominated
Best Editing Chris Innis
Bob Murawski
Nominated
Best Sound Ray Beckett, Paul Ottosson Nominated
Best Action Film The Hurt Locker Nominated
Chicago Film Critics Association[28] December 21, 2009 Best Picture The Hurt Locker Won
Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Won
Best Original Screenplay Mark Boal Won
Best Actor Jeremy Renner Won
Best Cinematography Barry Ackroyd Won
Cinema Audio Society Awards[29] February 27, 2010 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Motion Pictures Paul N.J. Ottosson, Ray Beckett Won
Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association[30] December 16, 2009 Best Picture The Hurt Locker Nominated
Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Nominated
Best Actor Jeremy Renner Nominated
Best Cinematography Barry Ackroyd Nominated
Dallas International Film Festival[31] March 26, 2009 Dallas Star Award Kathryn Bigelow Won
Denver Film Critics Society[32] January 24, 2010 Best Film The Hurt Locker Won
Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Won
Best Original Screenplay Mark Boal Nominated
Best Acting Ensemble The Hurt Locker Nominated
Detroit Film Critics Society[33] December 11, 2009 Best Film The Hurt Locker Nominated
Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Nominated
Directors Guild of America Awards[34] January 30, 2010 Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures Kathryn Bigelow Won
Empire Awards[35] March 28, 2010 Best Film The Hurt Locker Nominated
Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Nominated
Best Thriller The Hurt Locker Nominated
Evening Standard British Film Awards[36] 8 February 2010 Best Technical Achievement Barry Ackroyd Won
Golden Frog[37] November 29, 2008 Best Cinematography Barry Ackroyd Nominated
Golden Globe Awards[38][39] January 17, 2010 Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Nominated
Best Drama Film The Hurt Locker Nominated
Best Screenplay Mark Boal Nominated
Gotham Independent Film Awards[40][41] November 30, 2009 Best Feature Film The Hurt Locker Won
Best Ensemble Performance The Hurt Locker Won
Breakthrough Performance Jeremy Renner Nominated
Hollywood Film Festival[42] October 26, 2009 Actor of the Year Jeremy Renner Won
Director of the Year Kathryn Bigelow Won
Hollywood Post Alliance Awards[43][44][45] November 12, 2010 Outstanding Editing in a Feature Film Chris Innis
Bob Murawski
Nominated
Houston Film Critics Society [46] December 19, 2009 Best Picture The Hurt Locker Won
Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Won
Best Cinematography Barry Ackroyd Won
Independent Spirit Awards[47] February 21, 2009 Best Male Lead Jeremy Renner Nominated
Best Supporting Male Anthony Mackie Nominated
International Cinephile Society Award[48] February 17, 2010 Best Editing Chris Innis
Bob Murawski
Won
Irish Film and Television Awards[49] February 20, 2010 Best International Film The Hurt Locker Won
Kansas City Film Critics Circle[50] January 3, 2010 Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Won
Las Vegas Film Critics Society [51] December 17, 2009 Best Picture The Hurt Locker Won
Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Won
Best Actor Jeremy Renner Won
Best Cinematography Barry Ackroyd Won
Best Film Editing Chris Innis
Bob Murawski
Won
London Film Critics' Circle[52] February 18, 2010 Film of the Year The Hurt Locker Nominated
Director of the Year Kathryn Bigelow Won
Los Angeles Film Critics Association[53] December 14, 2009 Best Film The Hurt Locker Won
Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Won
Motion Picture Sound Editors[54] February 20, 2010 Best Dialogue and ADR in a Feature Film The Hurt Locker Nominated
Best Sound Effects and Foley in a Feature Film The Hurt Locker Nominated
Nantucket Film Festival[55] June 21, 2009 Best Screenplay Mark Boal Won
National Board of Review[56] January 12, 2010 Best Male Breakthrough Performance Jeremy Renner Won
National Society of Film Critics[57] January 3, 2010 Best Picture The Hurt Locker Won
Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Won
Best Actor Jeremy Renner Won
Best Cinematography Barry Ackroyd Nominated
NAACP Image Awards[58] February 26, 2010 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture Anthony Mackie Nominated
New York Film Critics[59] December 14, 2009 Best Film The Hurt Locker Won
Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Won
New York Online Film Critics [60] December 13, 2009 Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Won
North Texas Film Critics Association[61] January 11, 2010 Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Won
Oklahoma Film Critics Circle[62] December 23, 2009 Best Film The Hurt Locker Won
Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Won
Online Film Critics[63] January 5, 2010 Best Picture The Hurt Locker Won
Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Won
Best Original Screenplay Mark Boal Nominated
Best Actor Jeremy Renner Won
Best Supporting Actor Anthony Mackie Nominated
Best Cinematography Barry Ackroyd Nominated
Best Editing Chris Innis
Bob Murawski
Won
Palm Springs International Film Festival[64] January 7, 2010 Male Breakthrough Performance Jeremy Renner Won
Producers Guild of America Awards[65] January 24, 2010 Best Theatrical Motion Picture Kathryn Bigelow, Mark Boal, Greg Shapiro, Nicolas Chartier Won
San Francisco Film Critics Circle[66] December 14, 2009 Best Picture The Hurt Locker Won
Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Won
Santa Barbara International Film Festival[67] February 4, 2010 Outstanding Director of the Year Kathryn Bigelow Won
Satellite Awards[68][69] December 20, 2009 Best Drama Film The Hurt Locker Won
Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Won
Best Actor Jeremy Renner Won
Best Original Screenplay Mark Boal Nominated
Best Editing Chris Innis
Bob Murawski
Won
Saturn Awards[70][71] June 24, 2010 Best Action/Adventure/Thriller Film The Hurt Locker Nominated
Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards[72][73] January 23, 2010 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role Jeremy Renner Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture The Hurt Locker Nominated
Seattle International Film Festival[74] June 14, 2009 Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Won
ShoWest Triumph Award[75] April 2, 2010 Outstanding Direction Kathryn Bigelow Won
Southeastern Film Critics[76] December 14, 2009 Best Film The Hurt Locker Nominated
Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Won
Best Original Screenplay Mark Boal Nominated
Best Actor Jeremy Renner Nominated
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association[77] December 21, 2009 Best Film The Hurt Locker Nominated
Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Won
Best Screenplay Mark Boal Nominated
Best Actor Jeremy Renner Nominated
Best Cinematography Barry Ackroyd Nominated
Toronto Film Critics Association[78][79] December 16, 2009 Best Picture The Hurt Locker Nominated
Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Won
Utah Film Critics Association[80] December 18, 2009 Best Picture The Hurt Locker Nominated
Best Actor Jeremy Renner Nominated
Vancouver Film Critics Circle[81][82] January 13, 2010 Best Film The Hurt Locker Nominated
Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Won
Best Screenplay Mark Boal Nominated
Best Actor Jeremy Renner Nominated
Venice Film Festival [83][84] August 27, 2008 Golden Lion The Hurt Locker Nominated
Gucci Group Award Mark Boal Won
SIGNIS Award The Hurt Locker Won
La Navicella – Venezia Cinema Award The Hurt Locker Won
Human Rights Film Network Award The Hurt Locker Won
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics[85] December 7, 2009 Best Film The Hurt Locker Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Mark Boal Nominated
Best Director Kathryn Bigelow Won
Best Actor Jeremy Renner Nominated
Best Actor in a Supporting Role Anthony Mackie Nominated
Best Breakthrough Performance Jeremy Renner Nominated
Best Ensemble The Hurt Locker Won
Writers Guild of America[86] February 20, 2010 Best Original Screenplay Mark Boal Won

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The per-screen average is the box office gross for the weekend, divided by the number of screens nationwide that the film was shown on that weekend.[6]

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