List of awards and nominations received by Satyajit Ray

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A portrait of Satyajit Ray

Satyajit Ray (About this sound listen ; 2 May 1921 – 23 April 1992) was an Indian filmmaker who worked prominently in Bengali cinema. Ray received numerous awards and honours, including India's highest award in cinema, the Dadasaheb Phalke Award (1984) and India's highest civilian award, Bharat Ratna (1992). He was also awarded the Commander of the National Order of the Legion of Honour, the highest decoration in France (1987) and an Honorary Award at the 64th Academy Awards (1991).[1]

Often regarded as one of the greatest filmmakers of world cinema,[2] Ray made his directorial debut in 1955 with Pather Panchali.[3][4] The film was critical acclaim and was awarded under the Best Film category at various award ceremonies and film festivals, including the 3rd National Film Awards (1955), 7th Berlin International Film Festival (1957), 1st San Francisco International Film Festival (1957). Pather Panchali was also awarded the "Prix du document humain" prize at the 9th Cannes Film Festival (1956). Ray won thirty-five National Film Awards during his four-decade career. Six of his films—Pather Panchali, Apur Sansar (1959), Charulata (1964), Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne (1968), Seemabaddha (1971), and Agantuk (1991)—won the Best Feature Film. Three films—Jalsaghar (1958), Abhijan (1962), and Pratidwandi (1970)—were awarded with Second Best Feature Film and Mahanagar (1963) was adjudged the Third Best Feature Film. Ray's 1961 documentary on Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore received awards at the Locarno, and the Montevideo film festivals as well as the National Film Award for Best Non-Feature Film. His Hindi film Shatranj Ke Khilari (1977) won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Hindi, and the Filmfare Award for Best Director. Ray's Apu Trilogy (1955–59), comprising Pather Panchali, Aparajito (1956) and Apur Sansar (1959), appeared in Time's All-Time 100 Movies in 2005.[5]

Ray won 21 awards for his direction, including seven Bengal Film Journalists' Association Awards, six Indian National Film Awards, two Silver Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival, and two Golden Gate Awards at the San Francisco International Film Festival. In addition to directing, Ray was a music composer and also wrote the screenplay, lyrics, and dialogues for several films.[3] He won twelve awards for his screenplay writing, including one posthumous award in 1994, one award for his original story idea, seven awards for his dialogues, five awards for his music compositions, and two awards for lyric-writing.

Ray also received various awards and honours at international film festivals and universities. These include awards at the 9th Chicago International Film Festival (1973), 28th Berlin International Film Festival (1978), 11th Moscow International Film Festival (1979), 35th Cannes Film Festival (1982), 39th Venice International Film Festival (1982), 4th Tokyo International Film Festival (1991), and 35th San Francisco International Film Festival (1992). He was also awarded an honorary doctorate from the Royal College of Art (1974), a Doctor of Letters from the University of Oxford (1978), the British Film Institute Fellowship (1983), and two Sangeet Natak Akademi awards (1959, 1986).

Honorary awards[edit]

List of awards and honours conferred on Satyajit Ray
Year Awards and honours Awarding body Refs.
1958 Padma Shri Government of India [6]
1959 Sangeet Natak Akademi Puraskar Sangeet Natak Akademi [7]
1965 Padma Bhushan Government of India [6]
1967 JLCCA Ramon Magsaysay Award Ramon Magsaysay Award Foundation [8]
1971 Star of Yugoslavia Government of Yugoslavia [9]
1973 Doctor of Letters University of Delhi [10]
Festival Honoree Chicago International Film Festival (9th) [11]
1974 Honorary Doctors Royal College of Art [12]
1976 Padma Vibhushan Government of India [6]
Desikottam Visva-Bharati University [13]
1978 Doctor of Letters University of Oxford [14]
Special Award Berlin International Film Festival (28th) [15]
1979 Special Award Moscow International Film Festival (11th) [16]
1980 Doctor of Letters University of Burdwan [10]
Doctor of Letters Jadavpur University [17]
1981 Doctorate Banaras Hindu University [10]
Doctor of Letters University of North Bengal [10]
1982 Hommage à Satyajit Ray Cannes Film Festival (35th) [18]
Golden Lion Honorary Award Venice Film Festival (39th) [19]
Vidyasagar Smriti Puraskar (Literature) Government of West Bengal [20]
1983 British Film Institute Fellowship British Film Institute [21]
1984 Dadasaheb Phalke Award Directorate of Film Festivals [22]
1985 Doctor of Literature University of Calcutta [23]
1986 Soviet Land Nehru Award Soviet Union [24]
Sangeet Natak Akademi Fellowship Sangeet Natak Akademi [25]
1987 Dadabhai Naoroji Memorial Award Government of India (Ministry of Science and Technology) [26][27]
1987 Commander of the Legion of Honour Government of France [28]
Doctor of Letters Rabindra Bharati University [29]
1991 Academy Honorary Award Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (64th) [30]
Special Achievement Award Tokyo International Film Festival (4th) [31]
1992 Akira Kurosawa Award San Francisco International Film Festival (35th) [32]
Bharat Ratna Government of India [33]

Film awards[edit]

Annual film awards[edit]

Bengal Film Journalists' Association Awards[edit]

The Bengal Film Journalists' Association Awards, commonly referred as BFJA Awards, are awarded annually by The Bengal Film Journalists' Association founded in 1937.[34] Ray won thirty-nine awards for sixteen of his films and three awards for two films by other directors; Nityananda Dutta and Sandip Ray.

List of Bengal Film Journalists' Association Awards presented to Satyajit Ray's films
Year Film Ceremony Category Result Refs.
1962 Teen Kanya 25th Annual BFJA Awards Best Director Won [35]
Best Indian Films Won
1963 Abhijan 26th Annual BFJA Awards Best Director Won [36]
Best Indian Films Won
Kanchenjungha Best Indian Films Won
Best Dialogue Won
1964 Mahanagar 27th Annual BFJA Awards Best Indian Films Won [37]
Best Dialogue Won
1965 Charulata 28th Annual BFJA Awards Best Director Won [38]
Best Indian Films Won
Best Screenplay Won
Best Music Director Won
1966 Baksa Badal[b] 29th Annual BFJA Awards Best Dialogue Won [40]
Kapurush-O-Mahapurush
 • Kapurush
 • Mahapurush
Best Indian Films Won
1967 Nayak 30th Annual BFJA Awards Best Director Won [41]
Best Indian Films Won
Best Screenplay Won
Best Dialogue Won
1970 Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne 33rd Annual BFJA Awards Best Director Won [42]
Best Indian Films Won
Best Screenplay Won
Best Music Director Won
Best Lyricist Won
Best Dialogue Won
1971 Aranyer Din Ratri 34th Annual BFJA Awards Best Indian Films Won [43]
Pratidwandi Best Indian Films Won
Best Director Won
Best Screenplay Won
Best Dialogue Won
1972 Seemabaddha 35th Annual BFJA Awards Best Indian Films Won [44]
Best Screenplay Won
Best Dialogue Won
1974 Ashani Sanket 37th Annual BFJA Awards Best Indian Films Won [45]
1975 Sonar Kella 38th Annual BFJA Awards Best Indian Films Won [46]
1986 Ghare Baire 49th Annual BFJA Awards Best Indian Films Won [47]
1993 Agantuk 56th Annual BFJA Awards Best Director Won [48]
Best Indian Films Won
Best Screenplay Won
Best Original Story Won
Goopy Bagha Phire Elo[c] Best Music Director Won
Best Lyricist Won
Shakha Proshakha Best Indian Films Won

Bodil Awards[edit]

Established in 1948, the Bodil Awards are presented annually at a ceremony in Copenhagen by Danish Film Critics Association.[50] Ray received two awards.

List of Bodil Awards presented to Satyajit Ray's films
Year Film Ceremony Category Result Refs.
1967 Aparajito 21st Bodil Awards Best Non-European Film Won [51]
1969 Pather Panchali 23rd Bodil Awards Best Non-European Film Won [52]

British Academy Film Awards[edit]

The British Academy Film Awards is an annual event organised by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA).[53] Ray received three nominations.

List of British Academy Film Awards presented to Satyajit Ray's films
Year Film Ceremony Category Result Refs.
1958 Pather Panchali 11th British Academy Film Awards Best Film from any Source Nominated [54]
1959 Aparajito 12th British Academy Film Awards Best Film from any Source Nominated [55]
1962 Apur Sansar 15th British Academy Film Awards Best Film from any Source Nominated [56]

Filmfare Awards[edit]

The Filmfare Awards are presented annually by The Times Group for the Bollywood films.[57] Ray received two awards.

List of Filmfare Awards presented to Satyajit Ray's films
Year Film Ceremony Category Result Refs.
1977 Shatranj Ke Khilari 26th Filmfare Awards Critics Award for Best Movie Won [58]
Best Director Won [59]

National Board of Review[edit]

Established in 1909, the National Board of Review awards are awarded annually by The National Board of Review of Motion Pictures.[60] Ray received four awards.

List of National Board of Review Awards presented to Satyajit Ray's films
Year Film Ceremony Category Result Refs.
1958 Pather Panchali 30th National Board of Review Awards Best Foreign Language Film Won [61]
Top Foreign Language Films Won
1960 Apur Sansar 32nd National Board of Review Awards Best Foreign Language Film Won [62]
Top Foreign Language Films Won

National Film Awards[edit]

The Indian National Film Awards are presented by Directorate of Film Festivals during its annual ceremony to honour the best films of the Indian cinema in the given year.[63] Ray won thirty-five awards for twenty-five of his films and one posthumous award for the film directed by his son Sandip Ray. He won maximum number of awards (six) for the Best Director.[64]

Key
dagger Indicates certificate of merit double-dagger Indicates a posthumous win
List of National Film Awards presented to Satyajit Ray's films
Year Film Ceremony Category Result Refs.
1955 Pather Panchali 3rd National Film Awards Best Feature Film Won [65]
Best Feature Film in Bengali Won
1958 Jalsaghar 6th National Film Awards Second Best Feature Film dagger Won [66]
Best Feature Film in Bengali dagger Won
1959 Apur Sansar 7th National Film Awards Best Feature Film Won [67]
1960 Devi 8th National Film Awards Best Feature Film in Bengali Won [68]
1961 Teen Kanya[d] 9th National Film Awards Best Feature Film in Bengali Won [69]
Rabindranath Tagore 9th National Film Awards Best Documentary Film Won [69]
1962 Abhijan 10th National Film Awards Second Best Feature Film dagger Won [70]
1963 Mahanagar 11th National Film Awards Third Best Feature Film dagger Won [71]
1964 Charulata 12th National Film Awards Best Feature Film Won [72]
1966 Nayak 14th National Film Awards Best Screenplay Won [73]
1967 Chiriyakhana 15th National Film Awards Best Director Won [74]
1968 Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne 16th National Film Awards Best Feature Film Won [75]
Best Director Won
1970 Pratidwandi 18th National Film Awards Second Best Feature Film Won [76]
Best Director Won
Best Screenplay Won
1971 Seemabaddha 19th National Film Awards Best Feature Film Won [77]
1972 The Inner Eye 20th National Film Awards Best Information Film (Documentary) Won [78]
1973 Ashani Sanket 21st National Film Awards Best Feature Film in Bengali Won [79]
Best Music Director Won
1974 Sonar Kella 22nd National Film Awards Best Director Won [80]
Best Screenplay Won
Best Feature Film in Bengali Won
1975 Jana Aranya 23rd National Film Awards Best Director Won [81]
1977 Shatranj Ke Khilari 25th National Film Awards Best Feature Film in Hindi Won [82]
1978 Joi Baba Felunath 26th National Film Awards Best Children's Film Won [83]
1980 Hirak Rajar Deshe 28th National Film Awards Best Music Director Won [84]
Best Feature Film in Bengali Won
1981 Sadgati 29th National Film Awards Special Jury Award Won [85]
1984 Ghare Baire 32nd National Film Awards Best Feature Film in Bengali Won [86]
1989 Ganashatru 37th National Film Awards Best Feature Film in Bengali Won [87]
1991 Agantuk 39th National Film Awards Best Feature Film Won [88]
Best Director Won
1994 Uttoran[e] 41st National Film Awards Best Screenplay double-dagger Won [89]

Other annual film awards[edit]

List of other annual film awards presented to Satyajit Ray's films
Year Film Ceremony Category Result Refs.
1967 Pather Panchali 40th Kinema Junpo Awards Best Foreign Film Won [90]
1968 Chiriyakhana West Bengal Government Film Awards Best Direction Won [91]
1973 Ashani Sanket West Bengal Government Film Awards Best Film Won [92]
1974 Sonar Kella West Bengal Government Film Awards Best Film Won [93]
Best Direction Won
Best Screenplay Won
1975 Jana Aranya West Bengal Government Film Awards Best Film Won [94]
Best Direction Won
Best Screenplay Won

International film festivals awards[edit]

Berlin International Film Festival[edit]

Founded in 1951, the Berlin International Film Festival, also called the Berlinale, is an annual film festival held in Berlin, Germany.[95] Ray won nine awards and three nominations for seven of his films. He is one of the four directors to win the Silver Bear for Best Director more than once and received maximum number of nominations (seven) for the Golden Bear for Best Film.[96]

List of awards presented to Satyajit Ray's films at Berlin International Film Festival
Year Film Film festival Category Result Refs.
1957 Pather Panchali 7th Berlin International Film Festival Selznick Golden Laurel for Best Film Won [90]
1960 Aparajito 10th Berlin International Film Festival Selznick Golden Laurel for Best Film Won [97]
1963 Teen Kanya 13th Berlin International Film Festival Selznick Golden Laurel for Best Film Won [98]
1964 Mahanagar 14th Berlin International Film Festival Golden Bear for Best Film Nominated [99]
Silver Bear for Best Director Won [100]
1965 Charulata 15th Berlin International Film Festival Golden Bear for Best Film Nominated [101]
Silver Bear for Best Director Won [102]
OCIC Catholic Award Won [103]
1966 Nayak 16th Berlin International Film Festival Golden Bear for Best Film Nominated [104]
Special Recognition Won [105]
Critics' Prize (UNICRIT Award) Won [73]
1973 Ashani Sanket 23rd Berlin International Film Festival Golden Bear for Best Film Won [106]

Cannes Film Festival[edit]

Originally set to be held in 1939 but subsequently held in 1946, the Cannes Film Festival is an annual film festival held in Cannes, France. Ray won two awards and four nominations for four of his films.[107]

List of awards presented to Satyajit Ray's films at Cannes Film Festival
Year Film Film festival Category Result Refs.
1956 Pather Panchali 1956 Cannes Film Festival Palme d'Or for Best Film Nominated [108]
Prix du document humain Won
OCIC Catholic Award Won [109]
1958 Parash Pathar 1958 Cannes Film Festival Palme d'Or for Best Film Nominated [108]
1962 Devi 1962 Cannes Film Festival Palme d'Or for Best Film Nominated [108]
1984 Ghare Baire 1984 Cannes Film Festival Palme d'Or for Best Film Nominated [108]

San Francisco International Film Festival[edit]

Organized by the San Francisco Film Society and founded in 1957, the San Francisco International Film Festival is billed as "the longest-running film festival in the Americas".[110] Ray won four awards for two of his films.

List of awards presented to Satyajit Ray's films at San Francisco International Film Festival
Year Film Film festival Category Result Refs.
1957 Pather Panchali 1st San Francisco International Film Festival Golden Gate Award for Best Film Won [111]
Golden Gate Award for Best Director Won
1958 Aparajito 2nd San Francisco International Film Festival Golden Gate Award for Best Film Won [112]
Golden Gate Award for Best Director Won

Venice Film Festival[edit]

Initially named as "Esposizione d'Arte Cinematografica", the Venice Film Festival was founded in 1932 as part of the 18th Venice Biennale.[113] Ray won five awards and one nomination for four of his films.

List of awards presented to Satyajit Ray's films at Venice Film Festival
Year Film Film festival Category Result Refs.
1957 Aparajito 18th Venice International Film Festival Golden Lion for Best Film Won [114]
Cinema Nuovo Award Won [97]
FIPRESCI Critics' Award Won [115]
1965 Kapurush 28th Venice International Film Festival Golden Lion for Best Film Nominated [116]
1972 Seemabaddha 33rd Venice International Film Festival FIPRESCI Critics' Award Won [77]
1991 Agantuk 48th Venice International Film Festival FIPRESCI Critics' Award Won [117]

Other international film festival awards[edit]

List of awards presented to Satyajit Ray's films at various international film festivals
Year Film Film festival Category Result Refs.
1956 Pather Panchali 9th Edinburgh International Film Festival Diploma Of Merit Won [90]
Manila Film Festival Golden Carbao Won
Rome Film Festival Vatican Award Won
1958 Pather Panchali Stratford Film Festival Critics' Award for Best Film of the Year Won [118]
Vancouver International Film Festival Best Film Won [90]
1958–59 Aparajito USA Film Festival Golden Laurel for Best Foreign Film Won [97]
1959 Jalsaghar 1st Moscow International Film Festival Grand prix for Best Film Nominated [119]
Pather Panchali New York Film Festival Cultural Award: Best Foreign Film Won [90]
1960 Apur Sansar 7th BFI London Film Festival Sutherland Trophy for Best Original And Imaginative Film Won [120]
1961 Apur Sansar 14th Edinburgh International Film Festival Diploma Of Merit Won [120]
Rabindranath Tagore 14th Locarno International Film Festival Golden Sail for Short Films Won [121]
1962 Two Daughters[f] 10th Melbourne International Film Festival Golden Boomerang for Best Film Won [98]
1962 Rabindranath Tagore Montevideo Film Festival Special Mention Won [123]
1965 Charulata Acapulco Film Festival Best Film Won [103]
1969 Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne Auckland International Film Festival Silver Cross Award for Best Direction and Originality Won [124][125]
1970 Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne 18th Melbourne International Film Festival Best Film Won [125]
Tokyo Film Festival Merit Award Won [123]
1973 Ashani Sanket 9th Chicago International Film Festival Gold Hugo for Best Feature Film Won [126][91][127]
1975 Sonar Kella 10th Teheran International Festival of Films for Children and Young Adults Golden Statue for Best Live Feature Film Won [94]
1976 Jana Aranya 30th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival Karlovy Vary Prize Won [93]
1979 Joi Baba Felunath 3rd Hong Kong International Film Festival Best Feature Film Won [128]
1980 Pather Panchali 27th BFI London Film Festival Wington Award Won [120]
Aparajito Won
Apur Sansar Won

See also[edit]

Explanatory notes[edit]

  1. ^ Certain awarding bodies like the National Film Awards do not announce the nominees and only award winners are announced by the jury. For simplification and to avoid errors, each award in this list has been presumed to have had a prior nomination.
  2. ^ The film was directed by Nityananda Dutta. Ray composed the music for the film and wrote the screenplay along with the dialogue.[39]
  3. ^ The film was directed by Sandip Ray. Satyajit Ray composed the music for the film and wrote the screenplay along with the lyrics.[49]
  4. ^ The award was given to one of three parts of the film, Samapti.
  5. ^ The film was directed by Sandip Ray. Satyajit Ray wrote the screenplay for the film.[49]
  6. ^ The original title of the film Teen Kanya means three daughters (or girls), however the international version of the film is titled Two Daughters. Though the feature film has three different stories, only two of them were included for the international release—The Postmaster and Samapti.[122]

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