List of accolades received by True Grit

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This article is about the accolades received by the 2010 film. For the accolades received by the 1969 film, see True Grit (1969 film).
List of awards won by True Grit
An image of a smiling light-skinned teenage girl with her hand on her hip. She has long light brown hair and is wearing a black top with sheer sleeves.

Hailee Steinfeld has received numerous nominations for her debut screen performance in True Grit.

Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 20 126
References

True Grit is a 2010 American Western film directed by the Coen brothers. It is the second adaptation of Charles Portis' 1968 novel of the same name, which was previously released in 1969 featuring John Wayne. The 2010 version stars Jeff Bridges, Hailee Steinfeld and Matt Damon. It was released by Paramount Pictures in the United States and Canada on December 22, 2010, grossing over USD $25.6 million at the box office, twice its pre-release projections, in its opening weekend.[1] Since then it has made over USD $171 million domestically and USD $249 million worldwide.[2] The film was well received by movie critics, with an approval rating of 96 percent on the review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes.[3] It has appeared in more than a dozen movie reviewers' Top Ten lists for the best movies of the year.[4]

True Grit has received honors in different categories, ranging from recognition of the movie itself, to its direction, art direction, cinematography, score and writing, as well as for performances by the cast, mainly Bridges for Best Actor and Steinfeld for Best Supporting Actress. The Coen's work on True Grit's screenplay scored them a nomination from the Writers Guild of America, but lost to Aaron Sorkin for The Social Network. Deakins' work on True Grit's cinematography earned him more than ten nominations, including an award from the Boston Society of Film Critics. The Cinema Audio Society Awards presented Peter F. Kurland, Skip Lievsay, Craig Berkey and Greg Orloff their Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Motion Pictures honor in 2011.

The 83rd Academy Awards nominated the movie for ten of its accolades, but True Grit failed to win any awards. Among the nominations were Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Actor (giving Bridges his sixth nomination),[5] Best Supporting Actress and Best Art Direction. Fourteen-year-old Steinfeld is the 73rd actor to be nominated for an Academy Award for their debut screen performance in the award show's 83-year history.[6] The Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards nominated True Grit in eleven categories, including Best Makeup. They also awarded Steinfeld their best youth accolade. At the 64th British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs) ceremony, True Grit earned eight nominations, including one win for Roger Deakins' cinematography. Unlike other critics' awards, the BAFTAs nominated Steinfeld for Best Actress. Steinfeld was named Best Supporting Actress by multiple critics awards and groups, such as the Toronto Film Critics Association Awards and the Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards. Her performance has also earned her a breakthrough award nomination from the viewer-voted 2011 MTV Movie Awards.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipients and nominees Outcome
Academy Award[7] February 27, 2011 Best Actor Jeff Bridges Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Ethan and Joel Coen Nominated
Best Art Direction Jess Gonchor and Nancy Haigh Nominated
Best Cinematography Roger Deakins Nominated
Best Costume Design Mary Zophres Nominated
Best Director Ethan and Joel Coen Nominated
Best Picture Scott Rudin, Ethan and Joel Coen Nominated
Best Sound Editing Skip Lievsay and Craig Berkey Nominated
Best Sound Mixing Skip Lievsay, Craig Berkey, Greg Orloff and Peter Kurland Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Hailee Steinfeld Nominated
Alliance of Women Film Journalists[8] January 10, 2011 Best Actor Jeff Bridges Nominated
Best Breakthrough Performance Hailee Steinfeld Nominated
Best Cinematography Michael McDonough Nominated
Best Film Music or Score Carter Burwell Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Matt Damon Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Hailee Steinfeld Nominated
Best Screenplay, Adapted Ethan and Joel Coen Nominated
Most Beautiful Film True Grit Nominated
American Film Institute[9] December 12, 2010 AFI Movies of the Year True Grit Won
American Society of Cinematographers[10] February 13, 2011 Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography Roger Deakins Nominated
Austin Film Critics Association[11] December 19, 2010 Best Supporting Actress Hailee Steinfeld Won
Top 10 Films True Grit Won
Boston Society of Film Critics[12] December 12, 2010 Best Cinematography Roger Deakins Won
British Academy Film Awards[13] February 13, 2011 Best Actor Jeff Bridges Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Ethan and Joel Coen Nominated
Best Actress Hailee Steinfeld Nominated
Best Cinematography Roger Deakins Won
Best Costume Design Mary Zophres Nominated
Best Film True Grit Nominated
Best Production Design Therese DePrez, Tora Peterson Nominated
Best Sound Craig Berkey, Greg Orloff, Douglas Axtell, Skip Lievsay and Peter F. Kurland Nominated
Broadcast Film Critics Association[14] January 14, 2011 Best Actor Jeff Bridges Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Ethan and Joel Coen Nominated
Best Art Direction Jess Gonchor and Nancy Haigh Nominated
Best Cinematography Roger Deakins Nominated
Best Costume Design Mary Zophres Nominated
Best Director Ethan and Joel Coen Nominated
Best Makeup True Grit Nominated
Best Picture True Grit Nominated
Best Score Carter Burwell Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Hailee Steinfeld Nominated
Best Young Actor/Actress Won
Bronze Wrangler[15] 2011 Theatrical Motion Picture See below Won
Chicago Film Critics Association[16] December 20, 2010 Best Actor Jeff Bridges Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Ethan and Joel Coen Nominated
Best Cinematography Roger Deakins Nominated
Best Original Score Carter Burwell Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Hailee Steinfeld Won
Most Promising Performer Nominated
Cinema Audio Society Awards[17] February 19, 2011 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Motion Pictures Peter F. Kurland, Skip Lievsay, Craig Berkey and Greg Orloff Won
Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association[18] December 17, 2010 Best Cinematography Roger Deakins Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Hailee Steinfeld Nominated
Top 10 Films True Grit Won
Detroit Film Critics Society[19] December 16, 2010 Best Actor Jeff Bridges Nominated
Indiana Film Critics Association[20] December 12, 2010 Best Supporting Actress Hailee Steinfeld Nominated
Iowa Film Critics January 13, 2011 Best Supporting Actress Hailee Steinfeld Nominated
Kansas City Film Critics Circle January 2, 2011 Best Supporting Actress Hailee Steinfeld Won
Las Vegas Film Critics Society December 17, 2010 Best Actor Jeff Bridges Nominated
Best Cinematography Roger Deakins Nominated
Best Costume Design Mary Zophres Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Hailee Steinfeld Nominated
Best Screenplay Ethan and Joel Coen Nominated
Top 10 Films of 2010 True Grit Nominated
Youth in Film Hailee Steinfeld Won
London Film Critics' Circle February 10, 2011 Actor of the Year Jeff Bridges Nominated
Actress of the Year Hailee Steinfeld Nominated
Director of the Year Ethan and Joel Coen Nominated
Screenwriter of the Year Nominated
Los Angeles Film Critics Association[21] December 12, 2010 Best Cinematography Roger Deakins Nominated
Motion Picture Sound Editors[22] February 20, 2011 Best Sound Editing: Dialogue and ADR in a Feature Film True Grit Nominated
Best Sound Editing: Sound Effects and Foley in a Feature Film True Grit Nominated
MTV Movie Awards[23] June 5, 2011 Best Breakthrough Performance Hailee Steinfeld Nominated
National Board of Review of Motion Pictures[24] December 2, 2010 Top Ten Films True Grit Won
National Movie Awards[25] May 11, 2011 Best Drama True Grit Nominated
Performance of the Year Hailee Steinfeld Nominated
Performance of the Year Jeff Bridges Nominated
North Texas Film Critics Association[26] January 10, 2011 Best Actor Jeff Bridges Nominated
Best Director Ethan and Joel Coen Nominated
Oklahoma Film Critics Circle[27] December 22, 2010 Top 10 Best Films True Grit Won
Online Film Critics Society[28] January 3, 2011 Best Adapted Screenplay Ethan and Joel Coen Nominated
Best Cinematography Roger Deakins Nominated
Best Director Ethan and Joel Coen Nominated
Best Lead Actor Jeff Bridges Nominated
Best Picture True Grit Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Hailee Steinfeld Nominated
Phoenix Film Critics Society[29] December 28, 2010 Best Actor Jeff Bridges Nominated
Best Cinematography True Grit Nominated
Best Costume Design True Grit Nominated
Best Director Ethan and Joel Coen Nominated
Best Original Score True Grit Nominated
Best Performance by a Youth in a Lead or Supporting Role – Female Hailee Steinfeld Won
Best Picture True Grit Nominated
Best Production Design True Grit Nominated
Best Screenplay - Adaptation Ethan and Joel Coen Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Matt Damon Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Hailee Steinfeld Nominated
Breakthrough Performance on Camera Nominated
Producers Guild of America[30] January 22, 2011 Theatrical Picture Scott Rudin and Ethan and Joel Coen Nominated
Saturn Awards[31] June 2011 Best Action/Adventure Film True Grit Nominated
Best Performance by a Younger Actor Hailee Steinfeld Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards[32] January 30, 2011 Outstanding Female Actor-Supporting Role Hailee Steinfeld Nominated
Outstanding Male Actor- Leading Role Jeff Bridges Nominated
Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards[33] December 13, 2010 Best Cinematography Roger Deakins Won
Best Supporting Actress Hailee Steinfeld Won
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association[34] December 20, 2010 Best Actor Jeff Bridges Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Ethan and Joel Coen Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Hailee Steinfeld Nominated
Toronto Film Critics Association[35] December 14, 2010 Best Supporting Actress Hailee Steinfeld Won
Utah Film Critics Association December 23, 2010 Best Achievement in Directing Ethan and Joel Coen Nominated
Best Cinematography Roger Deakins Nominated
Best Lead Performance by an Actor Jeff Bridges Nominated
Best Lead Performance by an Actress Hailee Steinfeld Nominated
Best Screenplay Ethan and Joel Coen Nominated
Best Picture True Grit Nominated
Vancouver Film Critics Circle January 10, 2011 Best Director Ethan and Joel Coen Nominated
Best Screenplay Ethan and Joel Coen Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Hailee Steinfeld Nominated
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association[36] December 6, 2010 Best Actor Jeff Bridges Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Ethan and Joel Coen Nominated
Best Art Direction True Grit Nominated
Best Cinematography Roger Deakins Nominated
Best Director Ethan and Joel Coen Nominated
Best Score Carter Burwell Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Hailee Steinfeld Won
Writers Guild of America[37] February 5, 2011 Best Adapted Screenplay Ethan and Joel Coen Nominated
Young Artist Awards[38] 2011 Best Performance in a Feature Film: Leading Young Actress Hailee Steinfeld Won
Crime Thriller Awards 2011 Best Feature Film Won
^"Theatrical Motion Picture" Winners : Paramount Pictures (production company), A.C. Lyles, Steven Spielberg, Paul Schwake (executive producers), Ethan and Joel Coen, Scott Ruben (producers, directors and writers), Jeff Bridges, Josh Brolin, Matt Damon and Hailee Steinfield (actors)

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