List of accolades received by The Hours

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List of accolades received by The Hours
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Nicole Kidman was nominated for ten awards for her portrayal of Virginia Woolf.

Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 23 81
References

The Hours is a 2002 drama film directed by Stephen Daldry and written by David Hare. The screenplay is based on the eponymous novel by Michael Cunningham, which follows three generations of women whose lives are affected by Virginia Woolf's 1925 novel, Mrs Dalloway.[1][2] The film's world première was on December 18, 2002 at the Mann's National Theatre in California, before a limited release in the United States on December 27, 2002.[3] It went into wide release on February 14, 2003. The Hours earned over $108 million in its combined total gross at the box office.[4]

The Hours garnered various awards and nominations following its release, with nominations ranging from recognition of the film itself to Hare's screenplay, Philip Glass' score and the cast's acting performances, particularly those of Nicole Kidman and Julianne Moore. The film received nine Academy Award nominations; the ceremony saw Kidman win the Best Actress award. At the 56th British Academy Film Awards, The Hours won two awards from eleven nominations. The Deutscher Filmpreis awarded The Hours Best Foreign Film, while the GLAAD Media Awards named it Outstanding Wide Release Film. The Hours received seven nominations at the 60th Golden Globe Awards, winning the Best Drama Film and Best Actress awards. Moore earned a Best Actress award from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association, while Meryl Streep was given the award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role from Outfest, a LGBT-oriented film festival.[5]

The film was nominated for a total of eight awards from the Satellite and 9th Screen Actors Guild Award ceremonies, but failed to win any. The Hours won three Vancouver Film Critics Circle Awards, including Best Supporting Actress for Toni Collette. Collette also won the Boston Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actress. Hare and Cunningham were given the 2002 USC Scripter Award for Best Screenplay. The Writers Guild of America named Hare the winner of the Best Adapted Screenplay award, while the London Film Critics' Circle named him British Screenwriter of the Year.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipients and nominees Result
Academy Award[6][7] March 23, 2003 Best Picture Scott Rudin and Robert Fox Nominated
Best Director Stephen Daldry Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay David Hare Nominated
Best Actress Nicole Kidman Won
Best Supporting Actress Julianne Moore Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Ed Harris Nominated
Best Editing Peter Boyle Nominated
Best Costume Design Ann Roth Nominated
Best Original Score Philip Glass Nominated
Amanda Awards[8] August 22, 2003 Best Foreign Feature Film The Hours Won
American Cinema Editors[9] February 23, 2003 Best Edited Dramatic Feature Film Peter Boyle Nominated
Art Directors Guild[10] February 22, 2003 Best Production Design Award for Contemporary Film The Hours Nominated
Australian Film Institute[11] November 21, 2003 Best Foreign Film The Hours Nominated
Berlin Film Festival[12] February 16, 2003 Golden Bear for Best Film The Hours Nominated
Silver Bear for Best Actress Nicole Kidman, Julianne Moore and Meryl Streep Won
Bodil Awards[13] March 7, 2004 Best American Film The Hours Nominated
Boston Society of Film Critics[14] December 15, 2002 Best Supporting Actress Toni Collette Won
British Academy Film Awards[15] February 23, 2003 Best Film The Hours Nominated
Best British Film The Hours Nominated
Best Director Stephen Daldry Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay David Hare Nominated
Best Actress Nicole Kidman Won
Meryl Streep Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Ed Harris Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Julianne Moore Nominated
Best Editing Peter Boyle Nominated
Best Film Music Philip Glass Won
Best Makeup and Hair Jo Allen, Conor O'Sullivan and Ivana Primorac Nominated
Broadcast Film Critics Association[16] January 17, 2003 Best Film The Hours Nominated
Best Actress Nicole Kidman Nominated
Best Cast The Hours Nominated
Best Composer Philip Glass Nominated
Casting Society of America[17] October 9, 2003 Best Drama Film Casting Daniel Swee Won
César Awards[18] February 21, 2004 Best Foreign Film The Hours Nominated
Chicago Film Critics Association[19] January 8, 2003 Best Actress Nicole Kidman Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Julianne Moore Nominated
Best Original Score Philip Glass Nominated
Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association[20] January 6, 2003 Best Actress Nicole Kidman Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Ed Harris Nominated
Deutscher Filmpreis[21] June 6, 2003 Best Foreign Film The Hours Won
Directors Guild of America Award[22] March 1, 2003 Outstanding Directing in a Feature Film Stephen Daldry Nominated
Evening Standard British Film Awards[23] February 1, 2004 Best Technical Achievement Seamus McGarvey Won
GLAAD Media Awards[24] May 31, 2003 Outstanding Wide Release Film The Hours Won
Golden Globe Awards[25][26] January 19, 2003 Best Drama Film The Hours Won
Best Director Stephen Daldry Nominated
Best Screenplay David Hare Nominated
Best Actress Nicole Kidman Won
Meryl Streep Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Ed Harris Nominated
Best Original Score Philip Glass Nominated
Golden Trailer Awards[27] March 13, 2003 Best Drama The Hours and Giaronomo Productions Won
Best of Show The Hours and Giaronomo Productions Nominated
Grammy Awards[28] February 8, 2004 Best Score Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture Philip Glass Nominated
London Film Critics' Circle[29][30] February 11, 2004 Film of the Year The Hours Nominated
British Film of the Year Nominated
British Director of the Year Stephen Daldry Nominated
British Screenwriter of the Year David Hare Won
Actor of the Year Ed Harris Nominated
British Supporting Actor of the Year Stephen Dillane Nominated
Los Angeles Film Critics Association[31] December 15, 2002 Best Actress Julianne Moore Won
National Board of Review[32] December 4, 2002 Best Film The Hours Won
Outfest[5] July 21, 2003 Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role Meryl Streep Won
Robert Award[33] February 1, 2004 Best American Film The Hours Won
Satellite Award[34] January 12, 2003 Best Drama Film The Hours Nominated
Best Director Stephen Daldry Nominated
Best Actress Nicole Kidman Nominated
Meryl Streep Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Julianne Moore Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Award[35] March 9, 2003 Outstanding Actress in a Leading Role Nicole Kidman Nominated
Outstanding Actor in a Supporting Role Ed Harris Nominated
Outstanding Actress in a Supporting Role Julianne Moore Nominated
Outstanding Cast in a Motion Picture The Hours Nominated
Toronto Film Critics Association[36] December 18, 2002 Best Adapted Screenplay David Hare Nominated
USC Scripter Award[37] March 15, 2003 Best Screenplay David Hare and Michael Cunningham Won
Vancouver Film Critics Circle[38][39] January 30, 2003 Best Film The Hours Won
Best Director Stephen Daldry Won
Best Actress Nicole Kidman Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Toni Collette Won
World Soundtrack Awards[40] October 11, 2003 Best Original Score of the Year Philip Glass Nominated
Soundtrack Composer of the Year Philip Glass Nominated
Writers Guild of America[41] March 8, 2003 Best Adapted Screenplay David Hare Won

References[edit]

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