List of accolades received by Brokeback Mountain

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List of accolades received by Brokeback Mountain
Ang Lee in 2009
Ang Lee received many awards for his work on the film, including the Golden Lion and the Academy Award for Best Director.
Total number of awards and nominations[Note 1]
Totals 85 137
Footnotes

Brokeback Mountain is a 2005 American epic romantic drama film directed by Ang Lee. Based on the short story of the same name by author Annie Proulx, the story was adapted by Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana. The film depicts the complex emotional and sexual relationship between two men, Ennis Del Mar and Jack Twist (played by Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal, respectively) in the American West between 1963 and 1983.[1] Michelle Williams, Anne Hathaway, Linda Cardellini, Randy Quaid, Anna Faris, and Kate Mara feature in supporting roles.[2]

Brokeback Mountain premiered at the Venice International Film Festival,[3] where it won the Golden Lion.[4] Focus Features gave the film a limited release on December 9, 2005 before a wide release on January 13, 2006. The film grossed $178 million worldwide on a production budget of $14 million.[5] Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes surveyed 234 reviews and judged 87% of them to be positive.[6]

Brokeback Mountain garnered awards and nominations in a variety of categories, including for its directing, screenplay, acting, original score, and cinematography. At the 78th Academy Awards, Brokeback Mountain was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture and won three awards for Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, and Original Score. The film garnered seven nominations at the 63rd Golden Globe Awards, winning four for Best Motion Picture – Drama, Best Director, Best Song, and Best Screenplay. At the 59th British Academy Film Awards, Brokeback Mountain was nominated for nine awards, winning in the categories of Best Film, Best Direction, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor for Jake Gyllenhaal. The film also received prizes at various guilds: it won the Producers Guild of America Award for Best Theatrical Motion Picture, the Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directing – Feature Film, and the Writers Guild of America Award for Best Adapted Screenplay. In addition, it garnered four Screen Actors Guild nominations for Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress and Best Cast, more than any other film; however, it did not win any of these awards.

After Brokeback Mountain lost the Academy Award for Best Picture to Crash, many accused the Academy of homophobia and for making a non-groundbreaking choice,[7][8] and commentators including Kenneth Turan and Nikki Finke derided the Academy's decision.[9][10][11] However, Roger Ebert argued that claims of foul play were unjustified and that the better film won.[12]

Accolades

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Result Ref(s)
Academy Awards March 5, 2006 Best Picture Diana Ossana and James Schamus Nominated [13]
Best Director Ang Lee Won
Best Actor Heath Ledger Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Jake Gyllenhaal Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Michelle Williams Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana Won
Best Original Score Gustavo Santaolalla Won
Best Cinematography Rodrigo Prieto Nominated
African-American Film Critics Association December 30, 2005 Top Ten Films Brokeback Mountain Won [14]
American Cinema Editors February 19, 2006 Best Edited Feature Film – Dramatic Geraldine Peroni and Dylan Tichenor Nominated [15]
American Film Institute N/A Top Ten Films Brokeback Mountain Won [16]
American Society of Cinematographers February 26, 2006 Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Theatrical Releases Rodrigo Prieto Nominated [17]
Austin Film Critics Association January 2, 2006 Top Ten Films Brokeback Mountain Won [18]
Best Adapted Screenplay Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana Won
Australian Film Institute Awards December 5–6, 2006 International Award for Best Actor Heath Ledger Won [19]
British Academy Film Awards February 19, 2006 Best Film Diana Ossana and James Schamus Won [20]
Best Direction Ang Lee Won
Best Actor in a Leading Role Heath Ledger Nominated
Best Actor in a Supporting Role Jake Gyllenhaal Won
Best Actress in a Supporting Role Michelle Williams Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana Won
Best Cinematography Rodrigo Prieto Nominated
Best Editing Geraldine Peroni and Dylan Tichenor Nominated
Best Film Music Gustavo Santaolalla Nominated
BMI Awards May 17, 2006 Film Music Award Won [21]
Bodil Awards March 5, 2006 Best American Film Brokeback Mountain Nominated [22]
Boston Society of Film Critics December 11, 2005 Best Film Won [23][24]
Best Director Ang Lee Won
Best Actor Heath Ledger 2nd Place
Best Cinematography Rodrigo Prieto 2nd Place
Casting Society of America November 1, 2006 Best Feature Film Casting – Drama Avy Kaufman Won [25]
Chicago Film Critics Association January 9, 2006 Best Film Brokeback Mountain Nominated [26][27]
Best Director Ang Lee Nominated
Best Actor Heath Ledger Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Jake Gyllenhaal Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Michelle Williams Nominated
Best Screenplay Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana Nominated
Best Original Score Gustavo Santaolalla Won
Best Cinematography Rodrigo Prieto Won
César Awards February 26, 2007 Best Foreign Film Brokeback Mountain Nominated [28]
Critics' Choice Movie Awards January 9, 2006 Best Picture Won [29]
Best Director Ang Lee Won
Best Actor Heath Ledger Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Jake Gyllenhaal Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Michelle Williams Won (tied with Amy Adams - Junebug)
Best Screenplay Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana Nominated
Best Composer Gustavo Santaolalla Nominated
Best Song "A Love That Will Never Grow Old" (Emmylou Harris) Nominated
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association January 4, 2006 Best Film Brokeback Mountain Won [30][31]
Best Director Ang Lee Won
Best Actor Heath Ledger 2nd Place
Best Supporting Actor Jake Gyllenhaal 3rd Place
Best Supporting Actress Michelle Williams 2nd Place
Best Screenplay Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana Won
Best Cinematography Rodrigo Prieto Won
David di Donatello April 21, 2006 Best Foreign Film Ang Lee Nominated [32]
Directors Guild of America Awards January 28, 2006 Outstanding Directing – Feature Film Won [33]
Dublin Film Critics' Circle January 2, 2006 Best Film Brokeback Mountain Won [34]
Best Director Ang Lee 3rd Place
Best Actor Heath Ledger 2nd Place
European Film Awards December 11, 2005 Screen International Award Ang Lee Nominated [35]
Florida Film Critics Circle December 24, 2005 Best Film Brokeback Mountain Won [36]
Best Director Ang Lee Won
Best Screenplay Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana Won
Best Cinematography Rodrigo Prieto Won
GLAAD Media Awards March 27, 2006 Outstanding Film – Wide Release Brokeback Mountain Won [37]
Golden Globe Awards January 16, 2006 Best Motion Picture – Drama Won [38]
Best Director Ang Lee Won
Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama Heath Ledger Nominated
Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture Michelle Williams Nominated
Best Screenplay Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana Won
Best Original Score Gustavo Santaolalla Nominated
Best Original Song "A Love That Will Never Grow Old" (Gustavo Santaolalla, Bernie Taupin, and Emmylou Harris) Won
Golden Trailer Awards June 1, 2006 Best Romance Brokeback Mountain Nominated [39]
Gotham Awards November 30, 2005 Best Film Nominated [40]
Best Ensemble Cast Heath Ledger, Jake Gyllenhaal, Michelle Williams, Anne Hathaway, Randy Quaid, and Anna Faris Nominated
Grammy Awards February 11, 2007 Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media Gustavo Santaolalla Nominated [41]
Hollywood Film Awards October 24, 2005 Best Breakthrough Actor Jake Gyllenhaal (also for Jarhead and Proof) Won [42]
Hollywood Casting Director Award Avy Kaufman Won
Independent Spirit Awards March 4, 2006 Best Film James Schamus and Diana Ossana Won [43]
Best Director Ang Lee Won
Best Male Lead Heath Ledger Nominated
Best Supporting Female Michelle Williams Nominated
London Film Critics Circle February 8, 2006 Film of the Year Brokeback Mountain Won [44][45]
Director of the Year Ang Lee Won
Actor of the Year Heath Ledger Nominated
Screenwriter of the Year Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana Nominated
Los Angeles Film Critics Association January 13, 2006 Best Film Brokeback Mountain Won [46]
Best Director Ang Lee Won
Best Actor Heath Ledger 2nd Place
MTV Movie Awards June 3, 2006 Best Performance Jake Gyllenhaal Won [47]
Best Kiss Jake Gyllenhaal and Heath Ledger Won
National Board of Review January 10, 2006 Top Ten Films Brokeback Mountain Won [48]
Best Director Ang Lee Won
Best Supporting Actor Jake Gyllenhaal Won
National Society of Film Critics January 7, 2006 Best Actor Heath Ledger 3rd Place [49]
New York Film Critics Circle December 12, 2005 Best Film Brokeback Mountain Won [50]
Best Director Ang Lee Won
Best Actor Heath Ledger Won
New York Film Critics Online December 11, 2005 Top Films Brokeback Mountain Won [51]
Nikkan Sports Film Awards December 28, 2006 Best Foreign Film Ang Lee Won [52]
Online Film Critics Society January 16, 2006 Best Picture Brokeback Mountain Nominated [53]
Best Director Ang Lee Nominated
Best Actor Heath Ledger Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Jake Gyllenhaal Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Michelle Williams Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana Won
Best Original Score Gustavo Santaolalla Won
Best Cinematography Rodrigo Prieto Nominated
Producers Guild of America Awards January 22, 2006 Best Theatrical Motion Picture Diana Ossana and James Schamus Won [54]
San Diego Film Critics Society December 12, 2005 Body of Work award Jake Gyllenhaal (also for Jarhead and Proof) Won [51]
San Francisco Film Critics Circle December 12, 2005 Best Film Brokeback Mountain Won [55]
Best Director Ang Lee Won
Best Actor Heath Ledger Won
Santa Barbara International Film Festival February 12, 2006 Outstanding Performance Award Won [56]
Satellite Awards December 17, 2005 Best Film, Motion Picture Drama Brokeback Mountain Won [57]
Best Director Ang Lee Won
Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama Heath Ledger Nominated
Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture Jake Gyllenhaal Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana Nominated
Best Original Score Gustavo Santaolalla Nominated
Best Original Song "A Love That Will Never Grow Old" (Gustavo Santaolalla, Bernie Taupin, and Emmylou Harris) Won
Best Editing Geraldine Peroni and Dylan Tichenor Won
Screen Actors Guild Awards January 29, 2006 Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Linda Cardellini, Anna Faris, Jake Gyllenhaal, Anne Hathaway, Heath Ledger, Randy Quaid, and Michelle Williams Nominated [58]
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role Heath Ledger Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role Jake Gyllenhaal Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role Michelle Williams Nominated
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association January 8, 2006 Best Picture Brokeback Mountain Won [59]
Best Director Ang Lee Won
Best Actor Heath Ledger Won
Best Screenplay Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana Won
USC Scripter Awards February 11, 2006 Scripter Award Nominated [60]
Vancouver Film Critics Circle February 7, 2006 Best Film Brokeback Mountain Won [61]
Best Director Ang Lee Won
Venice International Film Festival September 10, 2005 Golden Lion Won [62]
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association December 12, 2005 Best Film Brokeback Mountain Nominated [63]
Best Director Ang Lee Nominated
Best Actor Heath Ledger Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Michelle Williams Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana Nominated
World Soundtrack Awards October 14, 2006 Best Original Score of the Year Gustavo Santaolalla Nominated [64][65][66]
Best Original Song Written Directly for a Film "A Love That Will Never Grow Old" (Gustavo Santaolalla, Bernie Taupin, and Emmylou Harris) Nominated
Public Choice Gustavo Santaolalla Won
Writers Guild of America Awards February 4, 2006 Best Adapted Screenplay Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana Won [67]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Certain award groups do not simply award one winner. They recognize several different recipients and have runner-ups. Since this is a specific recognition and is different from losing an award, runner-up mentions are considered wins in this award tally.

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