list of film awards

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This is a list of groups, organizations and festivals that recognize achievements in cinema, usually by awarding various prizes. The awards sometimes also have popular unofficial names (such as the ‘Oscar’ for Hollywood’s Academy Awards), which are mentioned if applicable. Many awards are simply identified by the name of the group presenting the award.

Awards have been divided into three major categories: critics’ awards, voted on (usually annually) by a group of critics; festival awards, awards presented to the best film shown in a particular film festival; and industry awards, which are selected by professionals working in some branch of the movie industry.

Significant critics’ awards[edit source | edit]

International[edit source | edit]

Argentina[edit source | edit]

Australia[edit source | edit]

Bangladesh[edit source | edit]

Belgium[edit source | edit]

Canada[edit source | edit]

Denmark[edit source | edit]

France[edit source | edit]

Germany[edit source | edit]

  • German Film Critics Association Awards

Hong Kong[edit source | edit]

India[edit source | edit]

Internet[edit source | edit]

Pakistan[edit source | edit]

Philippines[edit source | edit]

Turkey[edit source | edit]

United Kingdom[edit source | edit]

Spain[edit source | edit]

United States[edit source | edit]

Significant Festival awards[edit source | edit]

(This is not intended to be a complete list of film festivals, but to showcase the distinctively named awards given at some festivals.)

Africa[edit source | edit]

Argentina[edit source | edit]

Bangladesh[edit source | edit]

Belgium[edit source | edit]

Bosnia and Herzegovina[edit source | edit]

Canada[edit source | edit]

Croatia[edit source | edit]

Czech Republic[edit source | edit]

Egypt[edit source | edit]

France[edit source | edit]

Germany[edit source | edit]

Greece[edit source | edit]

Hungary[edit source | edit]

India[edit source | edit]

Iran[edit source | edit]

Italy[edit source | edit]

Morocco[edit source | edit]

Netherlands[edit source | edit]

Norway[edit source | edit]

Pakistan[edit source | edit]

Poland[edit source | edit]

  • Festiwal Polskich Filmów Fabularnych
    • Golden Lions (Złote Lwy)
  • Polish Film Academy
    • Eagels (Orły)

Portugal[edit source | edit]

Philippines[edit source | edit]

Russia[edit source | edit]

Spain[edit source | edit]

Sweden[edit source | edit]

Switzerland[edit source | edit]

Turkey[edit source | edit]

United Kingdom[edit source | edit]

United States[edit source | edit]

Industry awards[edit source | edit]

Africa[edit source | edit]

Argentina[edit source | edit]

Australia[edit source | edit]

Austria[edit source | edit]

  • Österreichischer Filmpreis (Austrian Film Awards)

Bangladesh[edit source | edit]

Belgium[edit source | edit]

Canada[edit source | edit]

Catalonia[edit source | edit]

China[edit source | edit]

Denmark[edit source | edit]

Europe[edit source | edit]

Finland[edit source | edit]

France[edit source | edit]

Germany[edit source | edit]

Hong Kong[edit source | edit]

India[edit source | edit]

Indonesia[edit source | edit]

International[edit source | edit]

Ireland[edit source | edit]

Israel[edit source | edit]

Italy[edit source | edit]

Japan[edit source | edit]

Lithuania[edit source | edit]

Mexico[edit source | edit]

Pakistan[edit source | edit]

Philippines[edit source | edit]

Poland[edit source | edit]

Portugal[edit source | edit]

Romania[edit source | edit]

Russia[edit source | edit]

South Africa[edit source | edit]

South Korea[edit source | edit]

Spain[edit source | edit]

Sweden[edit source | edit]

Switzerland[edit source | edit]

  • Swiss Film Awards

Taiwan[edit source | edit]

Thailand[edit source | edit]

Turkey[edit source | edit]

United Kingdom[edit source | edit]

United States[edit source | edit]

Vietnam[edit source | edit]

Audience Awards[edit source | edit]

Canada[edit source | edit]

International[edit source | edit]

Bangladesh[edit source | edit]

India[edit source | edit]

Pakistan[edit source | edit]

Poland[edit source | edit]

United Kingdom[edit source | edit]

Audience Award for Most Popular Show (now retired)

United States[edit source | edit]

2010/2011 award season (North American and European)[edit source | edit]

Organization/Award Nominations announced Winners announced
National Board of Review 2010-12-02
European Film Awards 2010-11-06 2010-12-04
British Independent Film Awards 2010-11-01 2010-12-05
Los Angeles Film Critics 2010-12-12
New York Film Critics 2010-12-12
American Film Institute 2010-12-12
Boston Film Critics 2010-12-12
San Francisco Film Critics 2010-12-13
San Diego Film Critics 2010-12-14
Las Vegas Film Critics 2010-12-16
Detroit Film Critics 2010-12-10 2010-12-16
Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics 2009-12-17
Satellite Awards 2010-12-01 2010-12-19
Florida Film Critics 2010-12-20
Chicago Film Critics 2009-12-16 2009-12-21
Oklahoma Film Critics 2008-12-23
Kansas City Film Critics 2011-01-02
Central Ohio Film Critics 2011-01-06
National Society of Film Critics 2011-01-08
Broadcast Film Critics Association 2010-12-13 2011-01-14
Golden Globe Awards 2010-12-14 2011-01-16
Producers Guild of America 2010-01-04 2011-01-22
American Society of Cinematographers 2008-01-07 2008-01-26
Denver Film Critics Society 2011-01-28
Directors Guild of America 2011-01-10 2011-01-29
Screen Actors Guild 2010-12-16 2011-01-30
Writers Guild of America 2011-01-11 2011-02-05
BAFTA Awards 2010-01-18 2011-02-13
American Cinema Editors 2008-01-11 2008-02-17
Independent Spirit Awards 2010-11-30 2011-02-26
Academy Awards 2011 2011-01-25 2011-02-27

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