List of accolades received by Philomena (film)

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List of accolades received by Philomena
Judi Dench at the BAFTAs 2007.jpg
Judi Dench has been nominated for 25 awards for her portrayal of the title character in Philomena
Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 22 69
References

Philomena is a 2013 British comedy-drama film directed by Stephen Frears. Steve Coogan and Jeff Pope adapted the screenplay from The Lost Child of Philomena Lee by Martin Sixsmith. The film focuses on Philomena Lee's (Judi Dench) 50-year-long search for the son she was forced to give up for adoption.[1] It was screened in the main competition section at the 70th Venice International Film Festival, where it competed for the Golden Lion.[1] Philomena was released in the United Kingdom by The Weinstein Company on 1 November 2013. As of March 2014, the film has earned over £86 million in its combined total gross at the box office.[2]

The film gathered various awards and nominations following its release, ranging from recognition of the film itself to Coogan and Pope's screenplay, and Dench's acting performance. Philomena earned four nominations from the 86th Academy Awards and the 67th British Academy Film Awards respectively. Dench was nominated for two awards from the Alliance of Women Film Journalists, while Coogan and Pope received a nomination for Best Adapted Screenplay. Philomena received four nominations from the British Independent Film Awards, with Coogan and Dench nominated in the Best Actor and Best Actress categories. Consolata Boyle received a nomination for Excellence in Contemporary Film from the Costume Designers Guild for her work on the film. Dench gathered further Best Actress nominations from the Broadcast Film Critics Association, Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association and Florida Film Critics Circle.

At the 71st Golden Globe Awards, Philomena was nominated in the Best Drama Motion Picture category, while Dench was nominated for Best Actress and Coogan and Pope nominated for Best Screenplay. Frears collected the Best Narrative Feature award at the Hamptons International Film Festival. The film has been nominated for five London Film Critics' Circle awards and four Satellite Awards, including Best Film and Best Original Score for Alexandre Desplat. As well as being nominated for the Golden Lion, Philomena collected nine awards at the Venice Film Festival ranging from Best Screenplay to the Queer Lion and the SIGNIS Award. At the Toronto and Virginia Film Festivals, Philomena won the People's Choice Award First Runner Up and Best Narrative Feature respectively. The film's screenplay is nominated for the USC Scripter Award, while the Women Film Critics Circle awarded the picture three accolades including Best Female Images in a Movie.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipients and nominees Result
AACTA Awards[3] 10 January 2014 International Award for Best Actress Judi Dench Nominated
AARP Annual Movies for Grownups Awards[4] 6 January 2014 Best Actress Judi Dench Won
Academy Awards[5][6] 2 March 2014 Best Actress Judi Dench Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Steve Coogan and Jeff Pope Nominated
Best Original Score Alexandre Desplat Nominated
Best Picture Gabrielle Tana, Steve Coogan and Tracey Seaward Nominated
Alliance of Women Film Journalists[7] 19 December 2013 Actress Defying Age and Agism Judi Dench Nominated
Best Actress Judi Dench Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Steve Coogan and Jeff Pope Nominated
British Academy Film Awards[8][9] 16 February 2014 Best Actress in a Leading Role Judi Dench Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Steve Coogan and Jeff Pope Won
Best Film Philomena Nominated
Outstanding British Film Philomena Nominated
British Independent Film Awards[10] 8 December 2013 Best Actor Steve Coogan Nominated
Best Actress Judi Dench Nominated
Best British Independent Film Philomena Nominated
Best Screenplay Steve Coogan and Jeff Pope Nominated
Broadcast Film Critics Association[11] 16 January 2014 Best Actress Judi Dench Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Steve Coogan and Jeff Pope Nominated
Chicago Film Critics Association[12] 16 December 2013 Best Adapted Screenplay Steve Coogan and Jeff Pope Nominated
Costume Designers Guild Awards[13] 22 February 2014 Excellence in Contemporary Film Consolata Boyle Nominated
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association[14] 16 December 2013 Best Actress Judi Dench Nominated
Dorian Awards[15] 21 January 2014 Film Actress Performance of the Year Judi Dench Nominated
LGBT Film of the Year Philomena Nominated
European Film Awards[16] 13 December 2014 People's Choice Award for Best European Film Philomena Nominated
Florida Film Critics Circle[17] 18 December 2013 Best Actress Judi Dench Nominated
GLAAD Media Awards[18] 3 May 2014 Outstanding Wide Release Film Philomena Won
Golden Globe Awards[19] 12 January 2014 Best Actress in a Drama Motion Picture Judi Dench Nominated
Best Drama Motion Picture Philomena Nominated
Best Screenplay Steve Coogan and Jeff Pope Nominated
Hamptons International Film Festival[20] 14 October 2013 Best Narrative Feature Stephen Frears Won
Houston Film Critics Society[21] 15 December 2013 Best Actress Judi Dench Nominated
Irish Film & Television Awards[22][23] 5 April 2014 Best International Actress Judi Dench Won
Best International Film Philomena Won
Location Managers Guild of America[24] 29 March 2014 Outstanding Location Feature Film Philomena Nominated
London Film Critics' Circle[25][26] 2 February 2014 Actress of the Year Judi Dench Nominated
British Actor of the Year Steve Coogan Nominated
British Actress of the Year Judi Dench Won
British Film of the Year Philomena Nominated
Screenwriter of the Year Steve Coogan and Jeff Pope Nominated
New York Film Critics Online[27] 8 December 2013 Best Picture Philomena Nominated
San Francisco Film Critics Circle[28] 15 December 2013 Best Actress Judi Dench Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Steve Coogan and Jeff Pope Nominated
Satellite Awards[29] 23 February 2014 Best Actress in a Motion Picture Judi Dench Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Steve Coogan and Jeff Pope Won
Best Film Philomena Nominated
Best Original Score Alexandre Desplat Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards[30] 18 January 2014 Best Female Actor in a Leading Role Judi Dench Nominated
Screenwriters' Choice Awards[31] 7 January 2014 Best Adapted Screenplay Steve Coogan and Jeff Pope Nominated
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association[32] 14 December 2013 Best Actress Judi Dench Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Steve Coogan and Jeff Pope Nominated
Toronto International Film Festival[33] 17 November 2013 People's Choice Award First Runner Up Stephen Frears Won
USC Scripter Award[34] 8 February 2014 Best Adapted Screenplay Martin Sixsmith, Steve Coogan and Jeff Pope Nominated
Venice Film Festival[35][36][37] 7 September 2013 Best Screenplay Steve Coogan and Jeff Pope Won
Brian Award Philomena Won
Cinema for UNICEF Philomena Won
INTERFILM Award Philomena Won
Golden Lion Philomena Nominated
Golden Mouse Philomena Won
P. Nazareno Taddei Award Philomena Won
Queer Lion Philomena Won
SIGNIS Award Philomena Won
Vittorio Veneto Film Festival Award Philomena Won
Virginia Film Festival[38] 20 November 2013 Best Narrative Feature Philomena Won
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association[39] 9 December 2013 Best Actress Judi Dench Nominated
Best Portrayal of Washington, D.C. Philomena Nominated
Women Film Critics Circle[40] 16 December 2013 Best Actress Judi Dench Won
Best Female Images in a Movie Philomena Won
Best Movie About Women Philomena Won

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