List of accolades received by Drive (2011 film)

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List of accolades received by Drive (2011 film)
Albert Brooks at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival

Albert Brooks's performance gained the most attention from award groups out of the cast.

Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 30 80
References

Drive is a 2011 American action drama film directed by Nicolas Winding Refn and written by Hossein Amini, based on the eponymous 2005 novel by James Sallis. It stars Ryan Gosling as an unnamed Hollywood stunt driver moonlighting as a getaway driver, whose budding relationship with his neighbor Irene (Carey Mulligan) and her young son Benicio is disrupted by the sudden release of her husband Standard (Oscar Isaac) from prison. Debt-ridden, Standard hires him to take part in what turns out to be a botched, million-dollar heist that endangers their lives. Bryan Cranston, Christina Hendricks, Ron Perlman, and Albert Brooks play supporting roles.[1] The film premiered on May 11 in competition at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival,[2] before being released by FilmDistrict in American theaters on September 16.[3] Drive earned a worldwide total of $76.1 million on a production budget of $15 million.[4] Review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes surveyed 247 reviews and judged 93% to be positive.[5]

Drive earned various awards and nominations with particular praise for its direction, sound design, and score. Sound editors Lon Bender and Victor Ray Ennis earned a nomination for Best Sound Editing at the 84th Academy Awards, and production designer Beth Mickle for Excellence in Production Design for a Contemporary Film at the 16th Art Directors Guild Awards. It won all three nominations awarded by the Austin Film Critics Association, and placed second in their Top 10 Films of the year. The film earned four nominations at the 65th British Academy Film Awards, and won a single category out of its eight nominations at the 17th Critics' Choice AwardsBest Action Movie. Refn garnered the Best Director Award during the film's run at Cannes.

The cast also received numerous acting accolades, with Albert Brooks garnering the most nominations from critics' organizations. Brooks won Best Supporting Actor awarded by the Florida Film Critics Circle, and was nominated in the same category at the 69th Golden Globe Awards. Carey Mulligan won the Supporting Actress Award at the Hollywood Film Awards, both for her performance in the film as well as in Shame. The film won four of its eight nominations at the 16th Satellite AwardsBest Director (Refn), Best Actor in a Motion Picture (Gosling), Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Brooks), and Best Sound (Bender, Ennis, Dave Patterson, and Robert Fernandez). Cliff Martinez's film score garnered two nominations at the 12th World Soundtrack AcademyBest Soundtrack of the Year and Soundtrack Composer of the Year. The National Board of Review selected Drive as one of their Top Ten Films of the year.

Accolades

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Result Ref(s)
Academy Awards February 26, 2012 Best Sound Editing Lon Bender and Victor Ray Ennis Nominated [6]
African-American Film Critics Association December 13, 2011 Best Supporting Actor Albert Brooks Won [7]
Top Ten Movies Drive Won
Alliance of Women Film Journalists January 10, 2012 Best Actor in a Supporting Role Albert Brooks Nominated [8]
Movie You Wanted To Love But Just Couldn’t Drive Nominated
Unforgettable Moment The elevator scene Nominated
Art Directors Guild February 4, 2012 Excellence in Production Design for a Contemporary Film Beth Mickle Nominated [9]
Austin Film Critics Association December 28, 2011 Best Director Nicolas Winding Refn Won [10]
Best Adapted Screenplay Hossein Amini Won
Best Supporting Actor Albert Brooks Won
Top Ten Films Drive Second place
Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts January 27, 2012 International Award for Best Direction Nicolas Winding Refn Nominated [11]
Australian Film Critics Association February 15, 2012 Best Overseas Film (English Language) Drive Nominated [12]
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Belgian Film Critics Association January 7, 2012 Grand Prix Drive Nominated [14]
Boston Society of Film Critics December 12, 2011 Best Supporting Actor Albert Brooks Won [15]
Best Use of Music in a Film Drive Won[a]
British Academy Film Awards February 12, 2012 Best Film Drive Nominated [16]
Best Director Nicolas Winding Refn Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Carey Mulligan Nominated
Best Editing Matthew Newman Nominated
Cannes Film Festival May 22, 2011 Best Director Nicolas Winding Refn Won [17]
Chicago Film Critics Association December 19, 2011 Best Adapted Screenplay Hossein Amini Nominated [18]
Best Cinematography Newton Thomas Sigel Nominated
Best Director Nicolas Winding Refn Nominated
Best Original Score Cliff Martinez Won
Best Picture Drive Nominated
Critics' Choice Movie Awards January 13, 2012 Best Action Movie Drive Won [19]
Best Actor Ryan Gosling Nominated
Best Cinematography Newton Thomas Sigel Nominated
Best Director Nicolas Winding Refn Nominated
Best Editing Matthew Newman Nominated
Best Picture Drive Nominated
Best Score Cliff Martinez Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Albert Brooks Nominated
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association December 16, 2011 Best Supporting Actor Albert Brooks Nominated [20]
Top 10 Films of the Year Drive Eighth place
David di Donatello May 4, 2012 Best Foreign Film Drive Nominated [21]
Detroit Film Critics Society December 11, 2011 Best Supporting Actor Albert Brooks Nominated [22]
Dublin Film Critics' Circle December 23, 2011 Best Actor Ryan Gosling Won [23]
Best Director Nicolas Winding Refn Won
Best Film Drive Won
Empire Awards March 25, 2012 Best Film Drive Nominated [24]
Best Thriller Drive Nominated
Best Director Nicolas Winding Refn Nominated
Best Actor Ryan Gosling Nominated
Best Actress Carey Mulligan Nominated
Florida Film Critics Circle December 19, 2011 Best Supporting Actor Albert Brooks Won [25]
Golden Globe Award January 15, 2012 Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture Albert Brooks Nominated [26]
Hollywood Film Awards October 24, 2011 Supporting Actress Carey Mulligan Won[b] [27]
Houston Film Critics Society December 14, 2011 Best Picture Drive Nominated [28]
Best Director Nicolas Winding Refn Won
Best Supporting Actor Albert Brooks Won
Independent Spirit Awards February 25, 2012 Best Film Drive Nominated [29]
Best Director Nicolas Winding Refn Nominated
Best Male Lead Ryan Gosling Nominated
Best Supporting Male Albert Brooks Nominated
London Film Critics' Circle January 19, 2012 Actor of the Year Ryan Gosling Nominated [30]
British Actress of the Year Carey Mulligan Nominated
Director of the Year Nicolas Winding Refn Nominated
Film of the Year Drive Nominated
Supporting Actor of the Year Albert Brooks Nominated
Los Angeles Film Critics Association December 11, 2011 Best Music Score Cliff Martinez Runner–up [31]
MTV Movie Awards June 3, 2012 Best Male Performance Ryan Gosling Nominated [32]
Best Song from a Movie "A Real Hero" by College featuring Electric Youth Nominated
Best Gut-Wrenching Performance Ryan Gosling Nominated
National Board of Review December 1, 2011 Top Ten Films Drive Won [33]
National Society of Film Critics January 7, 2012 Best Supporting Actor Albert Brooks Won [34]
New York Film Critics Circle November 30, 2011 Best Supporting Actor Albert Brooks Won [35]
New York Film Critics Online December 11, 2011 Best Supporting Actor Albert Brooks Won [36]
Online Film Critics Society January 2, 2012 Best Adapted Screenplay Drive Nominated [37]
Best Cinematography Drive Nominated
Best Director Nicolas Winding Refn Nominated
Best Editing Drive Nominated
Best Picture Drive Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Albert Brooks Nominated
San Diego Film Critics Society December 14, 2011 Best Adapted Screenplay Hossein Amini Nominated [38]
Best Cinematography Newton Thomas Sigel Nominated
Best Director Nicolas Winding Refn Won
Best Editing Matthew Newman Nominated
Best Film Drive Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Albert Brooks Nominated
San Francisco Film Critics Circle December 11, 2011 Best Supporting Actor Albert Brooks Won [39]
Satellite Awards December 18, 2011 Best Actor in a Motion Picture Ryan Gosling Won [40]
Best Actor in a Supporting Role Albert Brooks Won
Best Cinematography Newton Thomas Sigel Nominated
Best Director Nicolas Winding Refn Won
Best Film Editing Matthew Newman Nominated
Best Motion Picture Drive Nominated
Best Original Score Cliff Martinez Nominated
Best Sound Dave Patterson, Lon Bender, Victor Ray Ennis, Robert Fernandez Won
St. Louis Film Critics Association December 19, 2011 Best Actor Ryan Gosling Nominated [41]
Best Cinematography Newton Thomas Sigel Nominated
Best Director Nicolas Winding Refn Nominated
Best Music/Score Cliff Martinez Nominated
Best Picture Drive Nominated
Best Screenplay Hossein Amini Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Albert Brooks Won
Special Merit (for best scene, cinematic technique or other memorable aspect or moment) The elevator beating sequence Nominated
The opening get-away scene Nominated
Teen Choice Awards July 22, 2012 Choice Movie – Drama Drive Nominated [42]
Choice Movie Actor – Drama Ryan Gosling Nominated
Village Voice Film Poll December 22, 2011 Actor Ryan Gosling Nominated [43]
Film Drive Nominated
Supporting Actor Albert Brooks Won
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association December 5, 2011 Best Director Nicolas Winding Refn Nominated [44]
Best Film Drive Nominated
Best Score Cliff Martinez Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Albert Brooks Won
World Soundtrack Academy October 20, 2012 Best Soundtrack of the Year Cliff Martinez Nominated [45]
Soundtrack Composer of the Year Nominated

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Tied with The Artist[15]
  2. ^ Carey Mulligan won the Supporting Actress Award for her performance in Drive and Shame.[27]

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