List of accolades received by Blue Is the Warmest Colour

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List of accolades received by Blue Is the Warmest Colour
A photograph of Adèle Exarchopoulos attending the 39th César Awards
Adèle Exarchopoulos received several awards and nominations for her performance in the film.
Total number of awards and nominations
Totals 39 96
References

Blue Is the Warmest Colour is a 2013 French romantic coming-of-age drama film directed by Abdellatif Kechiche, and produced by Kechiche, Brahim Chioua, and Vincent Maraval. The screenplay also co-written by Kechiche was based on Julie Maroh's 2010 graphic novel of the same name.[1] Adèle Exarchopoulos stars as a teenager who falls in love with an older woman played by Léa Seydoux.[2]

The film premiered at the 66th Cannes Film Festival on 23 May 2013 where it won the Palme d'Or. For the first time, the jury at Cannes presented the award to three recipients: Kechiche, Exarchopoulos, and Seydoux.[3] At the age of 19, Exarchopoulos became the youngest recipient of the award.[4] The film grossed over €14 million at the worldwide box office.[5][Note 1] Rotten Tomatoes, a review aggregator, surveyed 163 reviews and judged 90% to be positive.[7]

Blue Is the Warmest Colour garnered awards and nominations in a variety of categories with particular praise for Kechiche's direction, and the performances of Exarchopoulos and Seydoux. At the 39th César Awards, the film received eight nominations including Best Film, Best Director for Kechiche, and Best Actress for Seydoux. Exarchopoulous was the sole winner for Most Promising Actress. She also won the Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Young Performer, Lumières Award for Most Promising Actress, and Best Breakthrough Actress from the National Board of Review. Seydoux garnered the Lumières Award for Best Actress as well as a nomination for the BAFTA Rising Star Award. The film also received an Independent Spirit Award, Bodil Award, Robert Award, and Guldbagge Award.

Accolades

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Result Ref(s)
Austin Film Critics Association 17 December 2013 Best Foreign Language Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Won [8]
Belgian Film Critics Association 4 January 2014 Grand Prix Blue Is the Warmest Colour Nominated [9]
Bodil Awards 1 February 2014 Best Non-American Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Won [10]
Boston Society of Film Critics 8 December 2013 Best Foreign Language Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Runner-up [11]
British Academy Film Awards 16 February 2014 Rising Star Seydoux, LéaLéa Seydoux Nominated [12]
Best Film Not in the English Language Blue Is the Warmest Colour Nominated
British Independent Film Awards 8 December 2013 Best International Independent Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Won [13]
Cannes Film Festival 26 May 2013 Palme d'Or Kechiche, AbdellatifAbdellatif Kechiche, Adèle Exarchopoulos, and Léa Seydoux Won [3]
FIPRESCI Prize Blue Is the Warmest Colour Won
César Awards 28 February 2014 Best Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Nominated [14]
[15]
Best Director Kechiche, AbdellatifAbdellatif Kechiche Nominated
Best Actress Seydoux, LéaLéa Seydoux Nominated
Most Promising Actress Exarchopoulos, AdèleAdèle Exarchopoulos Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Kechiche, AbdellatifAbdellatif Kechiche, and Ghalia Lacroix Nominated
Best Cinematography El Fani, SofianSofian El Fani Nominated
Best Editing Toubkis, CamilleCamille Toubkis, Albertine Lastera, and Jean-Marie Lengellé Nominated
Best Sound Chenevoy, JeromeJerome Chenevoy, Fabien Pochet, and Jean-Paul Hurier Nominated
Chicago Film Critics Association 16 December 2013 Best Actress Exarchopoulos, AdèleAdèle Exarchopoulos Nominated [16]
[17]
Best Supporting Actress Seydoux, LéaLéa Seydoux Nominated
Best Foreign Language Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Nominated
Breakthrough Performance Exarchopoulos, AdèleAdèle Exarchopoulos Won
Critics' Choice Movie Awards 16 January 2014 Best Young Performer Exarchopoulos, AdèleAdèle Exarchopoulos Won [18]
Best Foreign Language Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Won
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association 16 December 2013 Best Foreign Language Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Won [19]
Detroit Film Critics Society 13 December 2013 Best Actress Exarchopoulos, AdèleAdèle Exarchopoulos Nominated [20]
Dorian Awards 21 January 2014 Film of the Year Blue Is the Warmest Colour Nominated [21]
[22]
Film Performance of the Year – Actress Exarchopoulos, AdèleAdèle Exarchopoulos Nominated
LGBT Film of the Year Blue Is the Warmest Colour Won
Foreign Language Film of the Year Blue Is the Warmest Colour Won
Rising Star Award Exarchopoulos, AdèleAdèle Exarchopoulos Nominated
Dublin Film Critics Circle 20 December 2013 Best Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour 4th place [23]
Best Director Kechiche, AbdellatifAbdellatif Kechiche 4th place
Best Screenplay Kechiche, AbdellatifAbdellatif Kechiche, and Ghalia Lacroix 5th place
Best Actress Exarchopoulos, AdèleAdèle Exarchopoulos Runner-up
Best Newcomer Exarchopoulos, AdèleAdèle Exarchopoulos Won
Empire Awards 30 March 2014 Best Female Newcomer Exarchopoulos, AdèleAdèle Exarchopoulos Nominated [24]
European Film Awards 7 December 2013 Best Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Nominated [25]
Best Director Kechiche, AbdellatifAbdellatif Kechiche Nominated
Florida Film Critics Circle 18 December 2013 Best Foreign Language Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Won [26]
French Syndicate of Cinema Critics 23 May 2013 Best French Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Won [27]
Gaudí Awards 2 February 2014 Best European Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Nominated [28]
GLAAD Media Awards 3 May 2014 Outstanding Film – Wide Release Blue Is the Warmest Colour Nominated [29]
Globes de Cristal Awards 10 March 2014 Best Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Nominated [30]
Best Actress Exarchopoulos, AdèleAdèle Exarchopoulos Won
Golden Globe Awards 12 January 2014 Best Foreign Language Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Nominated [31]
Gopo Awards 24 March 2014 Best European Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Nominated [32]
Goya Awards 9 February 2014 Best European Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Nominated [33]
Guldbagge Awards 20 January 2014 Best Foreign Language Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Won [34]
Hamptons International Film Festival 12 October 2013 Variety's 10 Actors to Watch Seydoux, LéaLéa Seydoux[Note 2] Won [35]
Houston Film Critics Society 15 December 2013 Best Foreign Language Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Nominated [36]
Independent Spirit Awards 1 March 2014 Best International Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Won [37]
International Online Film Critics' Poll 26 January 2015 Best Actress Exarchopoulos, AdèleAdèle Exarchopoulos Nominated [38]
London Film Critics' Circle 2 February 2014 Film of the Year Blue Is the Warmest Colour Nominated [39]
[40]
Actress of the Year Exarchopoulos, AdèleAdèle Exarchopoulos Nominated
Foreign Language Film of the Year Blue Is the Warmest Colour Won
Los Angeles Film Critics Association 8 December 2013 Best Foreign Language Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Won [41]
Best Actress Exarchopoulos, AdèleAdèle Exarchopoulos[Note 3] Won
Louis Delluc Prize 17 December 2013 Best Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Won [42]
Lumières Awards 20 January 2014 Best Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Won [43]
Best Director Kechiche, AbdellatifAbdellatif Kechiche Won
Best Actress Seydoux, LéaLéa Seydoux Won
Most Promising Actress Exarchopoulos, AdèleAdèle Exarchopoulos Won
Magritte Awards 1 February 2014 Best Foreign Film in Coproduction Blue Is the Warmest Colour Won [44]
[45]
Best Supporting Actress Salée, CatherineCatherine Salée Won
Most Promising Actress Walravens, MonaMona Walravens Nominated
Motion Picture Sound Editors 17 February 2014 Best Sound Editing: Sound Effects, Foley, Dialogue & ADR in a Foreign Feature Film Pochet, FabienFabien Pochet Nominated [46]
National Board of Review 4 December 2013 Best Breakthrough Actress Exarchopoulos, AdèleAdèle Exarchopoulos Won [47]
National Society of Film Critics 4 January 2014 Best Actress Exarchopoulos, AdèleAdèle Exarchopoulos Runner-up [48]
Best Supporting Actress Seydoux, LéaLéa Seydoux Runner-up
Best Foreign Language Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Won
New York Film Critics Circle 3 December 2013 Best Foreign Language Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Won [49]
Best Actress Exarchopoulos, AdèleAdèle Exarchopoulos 3rd place
New York Film Critics Online 8 December 2013 Best Foreign Language Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Won [50]
Breakthrough Performance Exarchopoulos, AdèleAdèle Exarchopoulos Won
Online Film Critics Society 16 December 2013 Best Picture Blue Is the Warmest Colour Nominated [51]
Best Foreign Language Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Won
Best Actress Exarchopoulos, AdèleAdèle Exarchopoulos Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Seydoux, LéaLéa Seydoux Nominated
Polish Film Awards 10 March 2014 Best European Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Nominated [52]
Prix Jacques Prévert du Scénario 4 February 2014 Best Adaptation Abdellatif Kechiche and Ghalia Lacroix Nominated [53]
Robert Awards 26 February 2014 Best Non-American Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Won [54]
San Diego Film Critics Society 11 December 2013 Best Actress Exarchopoulos, AdèleAdèle Exarchopoulos Nominated [55]
Best Foreign Language Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Nominated
San Francisco Film Critics Circle 15 December 2013 Best Actress Exarchopoulos, AdèleAdèle Exarchopoulos Nominated [56]
[57]
Best Supporting Actress Seydoux, LéaLéa Seydoux Nominated
Best Foreign Language Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Won
Santa Barbara International Film Festival 4 February 2014 Virtuosos Award Exarchopoulos, AdèleAdèle Exarchopoulos[Note 4] Won [58]
Satellite Awards 23 February 2014 Best Foreign Language Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Nominated [59]
Best Actress – Motion Picture Exarchopoulos, AdèleAdèle Exarchopoulos Nominated
Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture Seydoux, LéaLéa Seydoux Nominated
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association 16 December 2013 Best Supporting Actress Seydoux, LéaLéa Seydoux Nominated [60]
[61]
Best Foreign Language Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Won
Best Art-House or Festival Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Runner-up
Toronto Film Critics Association 7 January 2014 Best Foreign Language Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Runner-up [62]
Vancouver Film Critics Circle 7 January 2014 Best Foreign Language Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Nominated [63]
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association 9 December 2013 Best Youth Performance Exarchopoulos, AdèleAdèle Exarchopoulos Nominated [64]
Best Foreign Language Film Blue Is the Warmest Colour Nominated

Notes

  1. ^ Per average U. S. Dollar to Euro Exchange Rate for 2013 of 0.753045: $19,492,879 = €14,679,015.[6]
  2. ^ Shared with Michael B. Jordan, Oscar Isaac, Scott Haze, Dane DeHaan, Jack Huston, Tatiana Maslany, Lupita Nyong'o, David Oyelowo, and Brie Larson
  3. ^ Tied with Cate Blanchett for Blue Jasmine
  4. ^ Shared with Michael B. Jordan, Brie Larson, June Squibb, Oscar Isaac, Jared Leto, and Daniel Brühl

See also

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