List of accolades received by the Chronicles of Narnia franchise

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List of awards won by the Chronicles of Narnia franchise
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Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 8 33
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The Chronicles of Narnia is a series of English fantasy films from Walden Media that are based on The Chronicles of Narnia, a series of novels written by C. S. Lewis. A planned heptalogy, the series currently consists of three films—The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005), Prince Caspian (2008), and The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (2010).[1] The next film will be an adaptation of The Magician's Nephew.

The series revolves around the adventures of children in the fictional world of Narnia, guided by Aslan, a talking lion and the true king of Narnia. Most of the children featured were the Pevensie siblings and the prominent antagonist featured was the White Witch. While the films follow the novels' traditional storyline and Christian themes, they also added deviations from the source material, including the Greek Mythology and Irish fairy tales.

The first two films were directed by Andrew Adamson, produced by Mark Johnson, and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. The third film is the first of the chronicles to be released in Digital 3D. It was directed by Michael Apted and distributed by 20th Century Fox.[2]

The series is considered to be one of the biggest movie franchises around the world due to the legacy of the novels. The first film was a financial success by being the 52nd highest-grossing film of all-time. The series has now grossed over $1.5 billion making it the 25th highest-grossing film series of all time.

The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe[edit]

The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe won several awards including the Academy Award for Makeup; the BeliefNet Film Award for Best Spiritual film; the Movieguide Faith & Values Awards: Most Inspiring Movie of 2005 and Best Family Movie of 2005; and the CAMIE (Character and Morality In Entertainment) Award. Others include the British Academy Film Awards for Makeup and Hair and Orange Rising Star (James McAvoy); Outstanding Motion Picture, Animated or Mixed Media; the Phoenix Film Critics Society Award for Best Performance by a Youth in a Lead or Supporting Role (Georgie Henley, Female); the Costume Designers Guild Award for Excellence in Fantasy Film (Isis Mussenden); and the Saturn Award for Costumes (Isis Mussenden) and Make-up (Howard Berger, Greg Nicotero, and Nikki Gooley).[3]

Georgie Henley, in her performance as Lucy Pevensie earned critical acclaim for her performance. She won several awards, including the Phoenix Film Critics Society award for Best Actress in a Leading Role and Best Performance by a Youth. She also won another awards either for Best Young Performance or Best Actress in a Leading Role.

The film was nominated for AFI's Top 10 Fantasy Films list.[4]

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category/Recipient Result Reference
2005 Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards Best Performance by a Youth in a Lead or Supporting Role - Female
(Georgie Henley)
Won
[5]
Satellite Awards Outstanding Motion Picture, Animated or Mixed Media Won
2006 Best DVD Extras Nominated
78th Academy Awards Best Make-Up
(Howard Berger)
(Tami Lane)
Won
Best Sound
Terry Porter
(Dean A. Zupancic)
(Tony Johnson)
Nominated
Best Visual Effects Nominated
Annie Awards Best Character Animation
Matt Shumway
Nominated
Australian Film Institute Excellence in Filmmaking
(Roger Ford) (Production design)
Nominated
Excellence in Filmmaking
(Donald McAlpine) (Cinematography)
Nominated
59th BAFTA Awards Best Make Up/Hair
Howard Berger
Gregory Nicotero
Nikki Gooley
Won
Best Achievement in Special Visual Effects
Dean Wright
Bill Westenhofer
Jim Berney
Scott Farrar
Nominated
Best Costume Design
Isis Mussenden
Nominated
Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards Best Family Film (Live Action) Won
Best Young Actress
Georgie Henley
Nominated
CAMIE Awards (no name for this a award was given)
Charlie Nelson (Walt Disney Pictures)
Brigham Taylor (Disney vice-president productions)
Mark Johnson (producer)
Philip Steuer (producer)
Douglas Gresham (co-producer)
Andrew Adamson (director)
Ann Peacock (screenwriter)
Christopher Markus (screenwriter)
Stephen McFeely (screenwriter)
Georgie Henley (actor)
William Moseley (actor)
Skandar Keynes (actor)
Anna Popplewell (actor)
(Walden Media)
Won
CFCA Awards Most Promising Performer
Georgie Henley
Nominated
Costume Designers Guild Awards Fantasy Film
Isis Mussenden
Won
11th Empire Awards Best Newcomer
Georgie Henley
Nominated
Best Newcomer
James McAvoy
Nominated
Best Sci-Fi / Fantasy Nominated
63rd Golden Globe Awards Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score
Harry Gregson-Williams
Nominated
Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song
Alanis Morissette
"Wunderkind"
Nominated
Hugo Awards Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation Nominated
Humanitas Prize Feature Film Category
Ann Peacock
Andrew Adamson
Christopher Markus
Stephen McFeely
Nominated
London Film Critics Circle Awards 2005 British Supporting Actor of the Year (James McAvoy) Nominated
British Supporting Actress of the Year (Tilda Swinton) Nominated
MTV Movie Awards MTV Movie Award for Best Villain (Tilda Swinton) Nominated
Motion Picture Sound Editors Best Sound Editing in Feature Film - Dialogue and Automated Dialogue Replacement
George Watters II (supervising sound editor)
Kimberly Harris (supervising adr editor)
Richard Beggs (sound designer)
David Bach (supervising dialogue editor)
David V. Butler (dialogue editor)
Laura Graham (adr editor)
Michele Perrone (adr editor)
Nominated
Best Sound Editing in Feature Film - Sound Effects & Foley
Richard Beggs (supervising sound editor)
George Watters II (supervising sound editor)
Victoria Martin (supervising foley editor)
F. Hudson Miller (sound editor)
R.J. Palmer (sound editor)
John Morris (sound editor)
Suhail Kafity (sound editor)
Chuck Michael (sound editor)
Todd Toon (sound editor)
Gary Wright (sound editor)
Heather Gross (sound editor)
Matthew Harrison (foley editor)
James Likowski (foley editor)
Dan O'Connell (foley artist)
John T. Cucci (foley artist)
Nominated
MovieGuide Awards Best Film for Families Won
Epiphany Prize Won
Online Film Critics Society Awards Best Breakthrough Performance(Georgie Henley) Nominated
32nd Saturn Awards Best Fantasy Film Nominated
Best Director Nominated
Best Screenplay Nominated
Best Actress (Tilda Swinton) Nominated
Best Younger Actor/Actress (William Moseley) Nominated
Best Costume Won
Best Make-Up Won
Best Visual Effects Nominated
Visual Effects Society Outstanding Animated Character in a Live Action Motion Picture

Richard Baneham
Erik-Jan de Boer
Matt Logue
Joe Ksander
For "Aslan"

Nominated
Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual Effects Driven Motion Picture
Dean Wright
Randy Starr
Bill Westenhofer
Jim Berney
Nominated
World Soundtrack Awards Best Original Song Written Directly for a Film
Harry Gregson-Williams (music)
Imogen Heap (music/lyrics/performer)
For the song "Can't Take It In"
Nominated
27th Young Artist Awards Best Family Feature Film - Drama Won
Best Performance in a Feature Film - Young Actress Age Ten or Younger

Georgie Henley

Won
Best Performance in a Feature Film (Comedy or Drama) - Leading Young Actor

William Moseley

Nominated
2007 Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA Best DVD Special Edition Release
For the "Extended Edition"
Nominated
49th Grammy Awards Grammy Award for Best Score Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media (Harry Gregson-Williams) Nominated
Grammy Award for Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media
(Imogen Heap)

For the song "Can't Take It In"

Nominated

Prince Caspian[edit]

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category/Recipient Result Reference
2008 MTV Movie Awards Best Summer Movie So Far Nominated
[6]
Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie: Action Adventure Won
Choice Movie Breakout Male (Ben Barnes) Nominated
National Movie Awards Best Family Film Nominated
Best Performance – Male (Ben Barnes) Nominated
2009 People's Choice Awards Favorite Family Movie Nominated
Costume Designers Guild Awards Excellence in Costume Design for Film – Fantasy Nominated
Golden Reel Awards Best Sound Editing – Sound Effects, Foley, Dialogue and ADR in a Foreign Feature Film Nominated
Visual Effects Society Awards Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual Effects Driven Motion Picture Nominated
Outstanding Compositing in a Feature Motion Picture Nominated
Young Artist Award Best Performance in a Feature Film – Young Ensemble Cast (Georgie Henley, Skandar Keynes, William Moseley, Anna Popplewell) Nominated
Best Performance in a Feature Film – Leading Young Actress (Georgie Henley) Nominated
Best Performance in a Feature Film – Leading Young Actor (Skandar Keynes) Nominated
Taurus World Stunt Awards Best Fight Nominated
BMI Film & TV Awards BMI Film Music Award Won
MTV Movie Awards Breakthrough Male Performance (Ben Barnes) Nominated
Saturn Award Best Fantasy Film Nominated
Best Costume Nominated
Best Make-Up Nominated
Best Visual Effects Nominated

The Voyage of the Dawn Treader[edit]

On 14 December 2010, The Hollywood Foreign Press Association nominated The Voyage of the Dawn Treader for the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song ("There's a Place for Us") at the 68th Golden Globe Awards.[7][8][9][9][10] It received three nominations at the Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards: Best Youth Actor (Will Poulter), Best Live Action Family Film, and Best Original Song.[11] Poulter received a nomination for Young British Performer of the Year at the 2010 London Film Critics Circle Awards.[12] The film also received four nominations at the 37th Saturn Awards. It was awarded the Epiphany Prize as the Most Inspiring Movie of 2010.[13]

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category/Recipient(s) Result Reference
2010 Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards Best Family Film Nominated
[11]
Best Youth Actor (Will Poulter) Nominated
Best Original Song ("There's a Place for Us") Nominated
2010 London Film Critics Circle Awards Young Performer of the Year (Will Poulter) Nominated
[12]
2010 Art Directors Guild Awards Excellence in Production Design for a Fantasy Feature Film Nominated
[14]
2011 68th Golden Globe Awards Best Original Song ("There's a Place for Us") Nominated
[15]
9th Annual Visual Effects Society Awards Outstanding Animated Character in a Live Action Feature Motion Picture (Reepicheep) Nominated
[16]
People's Choice Awards Favorite 3D Live Action Movie Won
[17]
2011 London Critics Circle Film Awards Young British Performer of the Year (Will Poulter) Nominated
[18]
32nd Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a Feature Film - Young Ensemble Cast (Georgie Henley, Skander Keynes, Will Poulter) Nominated
[19]
19th MovieGuide Faith and Values Awards Most Inspiring Movie Won
[13]
Crystal Dove Seal Award Best Adventure Won
[20]
37th Saturn Awards Best Fantasy Film Nominated
[21]
Best Performance by a Younger Actor (Will Poulter) Nominated
Best Costume Nominated
Best Special Effects Nominated
National Movie Awards Fantasy Nominated
[22]
Performance of the Year (Ben Barnes) Nominated
Performance of the Year (Georgie Henley) Nominated

References[edit]

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  2. ^ Disney opts out of 3rd 'Narnia' film
  3. ^ THE 32ND ANNUAL SATURN AWARDS HONORS GENRE ENTERTAINMENT Retrieved October 27, 2013
  4. ^ AFI's 10 Top 10 Ballot
  5. ^ The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
  6. ^ The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
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  8. ^ "Golden Globe Nominations: Christina Aguilera, Trent Reznor Score Nods". MTV. 2010-12-14. Retrieved 2010-12-15. 
  9. ^ a b "'Glee,' 'Burlesque,' Reznor Score Golden Globe Nominations". Billboard. 2010-12-14. Retrieved 2010-12-15. 
  10. ^ "Golden Globes: 'The King's Speech,' 'The Social Network' and 'The Fighter' reign supreme". Entertainment Weekly. 2010-12-14. Retrieved 2010-12-15. 
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  12. ^ a b "'The King's Speech,' 'Another Year' Lead Nominations at London Critics' Circle Film Awards". London Film Critics Circle. 2010-12-14. Retrieved 2010-12-15. 
  13. ^ a b "Charisma News". Charismamag.com. 2011-06-21. Retrieved 2012-08-01. 
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  16. ^ http://www.visualeffectssociety.com/system/files/15/files/ves-awards-nominees-2011-final.pdf
  17. ^ The Voyage of the Dawn Treader Wins People's Choice Award for Favourite Live 3D Action Film
  18. ^ http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0980970/awards
  19. ^ http://www.youngartistawards.org/noms32.html
  20. ^ "2010 Crystal Dove Seal Award Winners | The Dove Foundation provides online family movie and video reviews and ratings and awards the Dove Family Approved Seal". Dove.org. Retrieved 2012-08-01. 
  21. ^ 37th Annual Saturn Award Nominations
  22. ^ 2011 National Movie Awards nominations

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