List of accolades received by Lost in Translation (film)

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List of accolades received by Lost in Translation
Sofia Coppola at the Cannes Film Festival in 2013
Sofia Coppola received many awards and nominations for her directing and writing, including the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay.
Total number of awards and nominations[Note 1]
Totals 63 113
Footnotes

Lost in Translation is a 2003 comedy-drama film written and directed by Sofia Coppola. The film focuses on the relationship between a washed-up movie star, Bob Harris (Bill Murray), and a recent college graduate in an unhappy marriage, Charlotte (Scarlett Johansson), over the course of one week in Tokyo.[1] The film also features Giovanni Ribisi and Anna Faris in supporting roles.[2] The film featured an original score by Kevin Shields and Brian Reitzell and cinematography by Lance Acord; it was edited by Sarah Flack.[3] Lost in Translation premiered at the Telluride Film Festival in 2003.[4] Focus Features gave the film a limited release on September 12, 2003, before a wide release on October 3. It grossed a worldwide total of over $119 million on a production budget of $4 million.[5] Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes surveyed 222 reviews and judged 95% of them to be positive.[6]

Lost in Translation received awards and nominations in a variety of categories, particularly for Coppola's direction and screenwriting as well as the lead acting performances from Murray and Johansson. At the 76th Academy Awards, it won Best Original Screenplay (Coppola) and the film received three further nominations—Best Picture, Best Director (Coppola), and Best Actor (Murray). The film garnered three Golden Globe Awards from five nominations; Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy, and Best Screenplay. At the 57th British Academy Film Awards, Lost in Translation won three awards; Best Actor in a Leading Role, Best Actress in a Leading Role (Johansson), and Best Editing.

Lost in Translation also received awards from various foreign award ceremonies, film festivals, and critics' organizations. Among others, the film won Best American Film at the Bodil Awards, Best Foreign Film at the César Awards, and Best Foreign Film at the Film Critics Circle of Australia, French Syndicate of Cinema Critics, and Deutscher Filmpreis as well as the Nastro d'Argento for Best Foreign Director. The film also won the Independent Spirit Award for Best Film, Best Film – Comedy or Musical at the Satellite Awards, and two prizes at the Venice International Film Festival. In terms of critics' organizations, Lost in Translation received awards in the Best Film category from the San Francisco Film Critics Circle, the Toronto Film Critics Association, and the Vancouver Film Critics Circle.

Accolades

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Result Ref
Academy Awards February 29, 2004 Best Picture Sofia Coppola and Ross Katz Nominated [7]
Best Director Sofia Coppola Nominated
Best Actor Bill Murray Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Sofia Coppola Won
African-American Film Critics Association December 22, 2003 Top Ten Films Lost in Translation Won [8]
American Cinema Editors February 15, 2004 Best Edited Feature Film – Comedy or Musical Sarah Flack Nominated [9]
American Film Institute N/A Top Ten Films Lost in Translation Won [10]
American Screenwriters Association February 8, 2004 Discover Screenwriting Award Sofia Coppola Nominated [11]
ADG Awards February 14, 2004 Excellence in Production Design for a Contemporary Film K. K. Barrett, Anne Ross, Mayumi Tomita, and Rika Nakanishi Nominated [12]
Australian Film Institute Awards October 29, 2004 Best Foreign Film Sofia Coppola and Ross Katz Nominated [13]
British Academy Film Awards February 14, 2004 Best Film Sofia Coppola and Ross Katz Nominated [14]
Best Direction Sofia Coppola Nominated
Best Actor in a Leading Role Bill Murray Won
Best Actress in a Leading Role Scarlett Johansson Won
Best Original Screenplay Sofia Coppola Nominated
Best Editing Sarah Flack Won
Best Cinematography Lance Acord Nominated
Best Film Music Kevin Shields and Brian Reitzell Nominated
Bangkok International Film Festival February 2, 2004 Golden Kinnaree Award for Best Film Sofia Coppola Nominated [11]
Bodil Awards February 27, 2005 Best American Film Sofia Coppola Won [15]
Boston Society of Film Critics December 14, 2003 Best Film Lost in Translation 2nd Place [16]
Best Director Sofia Coppola Won
Best Actor Bill Murray Won
Best Actress Scarlett Johansson Won
Best Screenplay Sofia Coppola Nominated
Chicago Film Critics Association January 21, 2004 Best Film Lost in Translation Nominated [17]
[18]
Best Director Sofia Coppola Nominated
Best Actor Bill Murray Won
Best Actress Scarlett Johansson Nominated
Best Screenplay Sofia Coppola Won
Best Cinematography Lance Acord Won
César Awards February 26, 2005 Best Foreign Film Lost in Translation Won [19]
Círculo de Escritores Cinematográficos January 24, 2005 Best Foreign Film Lost in Translation Nominated [20]
Critics' Choice Movie Awards January 10, 2004 Top Ten Films Lost in Translation Won [21]
Best Picture Lost in Translation Nominated
Best Director Sofia Coppola Nominated
Best Actor Bill Murray Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Scarlett Johansson Nominated
Best Screenplay Sofia Coppola Nominated
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association January 5, 2004 Top Ten Films Lost in Translation Won [22]
David di Donatello April 14, 2004 Best Foreign Film Sofia Coppola Nominated [11]
Deutscher Filmpreis June 18, 2004 Best Foreign Film Sofia Coppola Won [23]
Directors Guild of America Awards February 7, 2004 Outstanding Directing – Feature Film Sofia Coppola Nominated [24]
Directors Guild of Great Britain February 21, 2004 Outstanding Directorial Achievement in International Film Sofia Coppola Nominated [25]
European Film Awards December 11, 2004 Screen International Award Sofia Coppola Nominated [26]
Film Critics Circle of Australia November 7, 2004 Best Foreign Film–English Language Sofia Coppola Won [27]
Florida Film Critics Circle January 2, 2004 Best Screenplay Sofia Coppola Won [28]
French Syndicate of Cinema Critics February 14, 2005 Best Foreign Film Sofia Coppola Won [11]
Golden Globe Awards January 25, 2004 Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy Lost in Translation Won [29]
Best Director – Motion Picture Sofia Coppola Nominated
Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Bill Murray Won
Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Scarlett Johansson Nominated
Best Screenplay Sofia Coppola Won
Golden Trailer Awards May 25, 2004 Best Independent Film Lost in Translation Won [30]
Guldbagge Awards January 24, 2005 Best Foreign Film Sofia Coppola Nominated [31]
Independent Spirit Awards February 28, 2004 Best Film Sofia Coppola and Ross Katz Won [32]
Best Director Sofia Coppola Won
Best Male Lead Bill Murray Won
Best Screenplay Sofia Coppola Won
Irish Film & Television Academy October 30, 2004 Best International Film Lost in Translation Nominated [33]
Best International Actor Bill Murray Nominated
Best International Actress Scarlett Johansson Nominated
Best Music Kevin Shields Nominated
Nastro d'Argento June 19, 2004 Best Foreign Director Sofia Coppola Won [34]
London Film Critics' Circle February 11, 2004 Actor of the Year Bill Murray Nominated [35]
Los Angeles Film Critics Association January 7, 2004 Best Film Lost in Translation 2nd Place [36]
[37]
Best Actor Bill Murray Won
New Generation Award Scarlett Johansson Won
MTV Movie Awards June 5, 2004 Best Male Performance Bill Murray Nominated [38]
Best Breakthrough Female Scarlett Johansson Nominated
National Board of Review December 3, 2003 Top Ten Films Lost in Translation Won [39]
Special Achievement in Filmmaking Sofia Coppola Won
National Society of Film Critics January 3, 2004 Best Film Lost in Translation 3rd Place [40]
Best Director Sofia Coppola 3rd Place
Best Actor Bill Murray Won
Best Cinematography Lance Acord 2nd Place
New York Film Critics Circle December 15, 2003 Best Director Sofia Coppola Won [41]
Best Actor Bill Murray Won
Best Screenplay Sofia Coppola 3rd Place
New York Film Critics Online December 15, 2003 Top Films of the Year Lost in Translation Won [42]
Best Film Lost in Translation Won
Best Director Sofia Coppola Won
Best Actor Bill Murray Won
Best Supporting Actress Scarlett Johansson Won
Online Film Critics Society January 5, 2004 Best Picture Lost in Translation Nominated [43]
Best Director Sofia Coppola Nominated
Best Actor Bill Murray Won
Best Actress Scarlett Johansson Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Sofia Coppola Won
Best Original Score Brian Reitzell and Kevin Shields Nominated
Palm Springs International Film Festival January 19, 2004 Rising Star Award Scarlett Johansson (also for Girl with a Pearl Earring) Won [44]
San Francisco Film Critics Circle December 15, 2003 Best Film Lost in Translation Won [45]
Best Actor Bill Murray Won
Satellite Awards January 23, 2004 Best Film – Comedy or Musical Lost in Translation Won [46]
Best Director Sofia Coppola Nominated
Best Actor – Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical Bill Murray Won
Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical Scarlett Johansson Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Sofia Coppola Won
Screen Actors Guild Awards February 22, 2004 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role Bill Murray Nominated [47]
São Paulo International Film Festival October 30, 2003 Best in Competition Sofia Coppola Won [11]
Seminci November 1, 2003 Best New Director Sofia Coppola Won [48]
FIPRESCI Prize Sofia Coppola Won
Toronto Film Critics Association December 17, 2003 Best Film Lost in Translation Won [49]
U.S. Comedy Arts Festival July 8, 2004 Audience Award Lost in Translation Won [50]
Best First-Time Comedy Director Sofia Coppola Won
Best Screenplay Sofia Coppola Won
Best Performance in a Comedy Film Bill Murray Won
Vancouver Film Critics Circle February 2, 2004 Best Film Lost in Translation Won [51]
Venice International Film Festival September 6, 2003 Lina Mangiacapre Award Sofia Coppola Won [11]
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Best Actress Scarlett Johansson Won
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association December 19, 2003 Best Actor Bill Murray Won [53]
Best Original Screenplay Sofia Coppola Won
Writers Guild of America Awards February 21, 2004 Best Original Screenplay Sofia Coppola Won [54]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Certain award groups do not simply award one winner. They recognize several different recipients and have finalists. For simplicity, finalist mentions are considered to be nominations in this awards tally.

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