List of accolades received by Mad Max: Fury Road

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List of accolades received by
Mad Max: Fury Road
George Miller on the set of Mad Max: Fury Road
George Miller received many awards and nominations for directing the film.
Total number of awards and nominations
Totals 104 225
References

Mad Max: Fury Road is a 2015 post-apocalyptic action film directed by George Miller. It was produced by Miller, Doug Mitchell, and P. J. Voeten. The screenplay was written by Miller, Brendan McCarthy, and Nico Lathouris. The film is set in a dystopian desert wasteland where gasoline and water are rare commodities. Tom Hardy stars as the title character Max Rockatansky, who helps rebel soldier Imperator Furiosa (Charlize Theron), rescue five women from the imprisonment of despotic leader Immortan Joe (Hugh Keays-Byrne).[1][2] Nicholas Hoult and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley feature in supporting roles.[1][2] It is the fourth film in the Mad Max franchise.[3]

The film premiered at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles on 7 May 2015. Warner Bros. later gave the film a wide release on 15 May at over 3,700 theaters in the United States and Canada. Mad Max: Fury Road grossed a worldwide total of over $378 million on a production budget of $150 million.[4] Rotten Tomatoes, a review aggregator, surveyed 373 reviews and judged 97 percent to be positive.[5] Mad Max: Fury Road garnered many awards and nominations in a variety of categories with particular praise for Miller's direction, its visual effects, costume design, editing, and Theron's performance.

Mad Max: Fury Road received ten nominations at the 88th Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director for Miller, and Best Visual Effects. It went on to win the most awards at the ceremony, with six, including Best Film Editing, Best Production Design, and Best Costume Design.[6] Mad Max: Fury Road garnered seven nominations at the 69th British Academy Film Awards, and won four for Best Production Design, Best Editing, Best Makeup & Hair, and Best Costume Design. At the 5th AACTA Awards, the film received fifteen nominations, and won ten including Best Film, and Best Direction for Miller. Mad Max: Fury Road won the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture, and was also nominated at the 68th Directors Guild of America Awards, and 27th Producers Guild of America Awards. The American Film Institute included the film in their list of the top ten of the year.

Accolades

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Result Ref(s)
AACTA Awards 9 December 2015 Best Film Doug Mitchell, P. J. Voeten, and George Miller Won [7][8]
Best Direction George Miller Won
Best Original Screenplay George Miller, Brendan McCarthy, and Nico Lathouris Nominated
Best Cinematography John Seale Won
Best Editing Margaret Sixel Won
Best Sound Chris Jenkins, Mark Mangini, Ben Osmo, Wayne Pashley, Gregg Rudloff, and David White Won
Best Original Music Score Junkie XL Won
Best Production Design Colin Gibson Won
Best Costume Design Jenny Beavan Nominated
Best Actress Charlize Theron Nominated
Best Visual Effects or Animation Mad Max Fury Road Won
People's Choice Award for Favourite Australian Film Doug Mitchell, P. J. Voeten, and George Miller Nominated
Best International Film Mad Max: Fury Road Won
Best International Direction George Miller Won
Best International Actress Charlize Theron Nominated
Academy Awards 28 February 2016 Best Picture Doug Mitchell, and George Miller Nominated [9][10]
Best Director George Miller Nominated
Best Cinematography John Seale Nominated
Best Film Editing Margaret Sixel Won
Best Production Design Colin Gibson, and Lisa Thompson Won
Best Costume Design Jenny Beavan Won
Best Makeup and Hairstyling Lesley Vanderwalt, Elka Wardega, and Damian Martin Won
Best Visual Effects Andrew Jackson, Tom Wood, Dan Oliver, and Andy Williams Nominated
Best Sound Mixing Chris Jenkins, Gregg Rudloff, and Ben Osmo Won
Best Sound Editing Mark Mangini, and David White Won
ACE Eddie Awards 29 January 2016 Best Edited Feature Film – Dramatic Margaret Sixel Won [11]
African-American Film Critics Association 7 December 2015 Top Ten Films of 2015 Mad Max: Fury Road 3rd Place [12]
Alliance of Women Film Journalists 13 January 2016 Best Picture Mad Max: Fury Road Nominated [13][14]
Best Director George Miller Nominated
Best Editing Margaret Sixel Won
Best Cinematography John Seale Nominated
Best Original Score Junkie XL Nominated
Best Female Action Star Charlize Theron Won
American Film Institute 16 December 2015 Top Ten Films of the Year Mad Max: Fury Road Won [15]
American Society of Cinematographers 14 February 2016 Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in a Theatrical Release John Seale Nominated [16]
Art Directors Guild 31 January 2016 Excellence in Production Design for a Feature Film – Fantasy Film Colin Gibson Won [17]
Austin Film Critics Association 29 December 2015 Best Picture Mad Max: Fury Road Won [18][19]
AFCA 2015 Top Ten Films Mad Max: Fury Road 1st Place
Best Director George Miller Won
Best Actress Charlize Theron Nominated
Best Cinematography John Seale Nominated
Best Original Score Junkie XL Nominated
Australian Film Critics Association 16 February 2016 Best Actress Theron, CharlizeCharlize Theron Nominated [20]
Best Supporting Actor Keays-Byrne, HughHugh Keays-Byrne Nominated
Best Screenplay Miller, GeorgeGeorge Miller, Brendan McCarthy, and Nico Lathouris Nominated
Best Cinematography Seale, JohnJohn Seale Won
Belgian Film Critics Association 10 January 2016 Grand Prix Mad Max: Fury Road Nominated [21]
Boston Society of Film Critics 6 December 2015 Best Picture Mad Max: Fury Road Runner-up [22]
Best Editing Margaret Sixel Won
British Academy Film Awards 14 February 2016 Best Production Design Colin Gibson, and Lisa Thompson Won [23][24]
Best Costume Design Jenny Beavan Won
Best Editing Margaret Sixel Won
Best Cinematography John Seale Nominated
Best Makeup & Hair Lesley Vanderwalt, and Damian Martin Won
Best Special Visual Effects Andrew Jackson, Dan Oliver, Tom Wood, and Andy Williams Nominated
Best Sound Scott Hecker, Chris Jenkins, Mark Mangini, Ben Osmo, Gregg Rudloff, and David White Nominated
Camerimage 21 November 2015 Golden Frog for Best Cinematography John Seale Nominated [25]
Casting Society of America 21 January 2016 Big Budget – Drama Ronna Kress, and Nikki Barrett for Mad Max: Fury Road Nominated [26]
Chicago Film Critics Association 16 December 2015 Best Picture Mad Max: Fury Road Won [27][28]
Best Director George Miller Won
Best Actress Charlize Theron Nominated
Best Production Design Colin Gibson Won
Best Cinematography John Seale Won
Best Editing Margaret Sixel Won
Best Original Score Junkie XL Nominated
Cinema Audio Society Awards 20 February 2016 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing Mad Max: Fury Road Nominated [29]
Costume Designers Guild 23 February 2016 Excellence in Fantasy Film Jenny Beavan Won [30][31]
Critics' Choice Awards 17 January 2016 Best Picture Mad Max: Fury Road Nominated [32][33]
Best Director George Miller Won
Best Actress Charlize Theron Nominated
Best Production Design Colin Gibson Won
Best Costume Design Jenny Beavan Won
Best Hair & Makeup Mad Max: Fury Road Won
Best Visual Effects Mad Max: Fury Road Won
Best Action Movie Mad Max: Fury Road Won
Best Actor in an Action Movie Tom Hardy Won
Best Actress in an Action Movie Charlize Theron Won
Best Sci-fi/Horror Movie Mad Max: Fury Road Nominated
Best Cinematography John Seale Nominated
Best Editing Margaret Sixel Won
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association 14 December 2015 Top Ten Films Mad Max: Fury Road 5th Place [34]
Best Director George Miller 3rd Place
Best Actress Charlize Theron 5th Place
Detroit Film Critics Society 14 December 2015 Best Picture Mad Max: Fury Road Nominated [35][36]
Best Director George Miller Won
Directors Guild of America Awards 6 February 2016 Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film George Miller Nominated [37]
Dorian Awards 19 January 2016 Film of the Year Mad Max: Fury Road Nominated [38][39]
Director of the Year George Miller Nominated
Visually Striking Film of the Year Mad Max: Fury Road Won
Dublin Film Critics Circle 22 December 2015 Best Film Mad Max: Fury Road 2nd Place [40]
Best Actress Charlize Theron 4th Place
Empire Awards 20 March 2016 Best Film Mad Max: Fury Road Nominated [41][42]
Best Director George Miller Nominated
Best Actor Tom Hardy (also for Legend) Nominated
Best Actress Charlize Theron Nominated
Best Sci-Fi/Fantasy Mad Max: Fury Road Nominated
Best Soundtrack Mad Max: Fury Road Won
Best Production Design Mad Max: Fury Road Won
Best Costume Design Mad Max: Fury Road Won
Best Makeup and Hairstyling Mad Max: Fury Road Won
Best Visual Effects Mad Max: Fury Road Nominated
Environmental Media Awards 24 October 2015 Feature Film Mad Max: Fury Road Nominated [43]
Florida Film Critics Circle 23 December 2015 Best Film Mad Max: Fury Road Won [44][45]
Best Director George Miller Won
Best Actress Charlize Theron Nominated
Best Original Score Junkie XL Nominated
Best Cinematography John Seale Won
Best Production Design Colin Gibson Runner-up
Best Visual Effects Mad Max: Fury Road Won
Golden Globe Awards 10 January 2016 Best Motion Picture – Drama Mad Max: Fury Road Nominated [46]
Best Director – Motion Picture George Miller Nominated
Golden Trailer Awards 6 May 2015 Best Summer Blockbuster Trailer "Mad" Nominated [47][48]
Most Original Trailer "Mad" Won
Best Sound Editing "Hunted" Nominated
Best Action TV Spot "Mad" Nominated
Best Music TV Spot "Mad" Nominated
Most Original TV Spot "Mad" Nominated
Golden Trailer Awards 4 May 2016 Best Action "Survive" Nominated [49][50]
Best Motion / Title Graphics "Retaliate" Nominated
Best Sound Editing "Retaliate" Nominated
"Survive" Nominated
Best Action TV Spot "60TV Redemption" Nominated
Best Graphics in a TV Spot ":60 Mad" Nominated
Best Sound Editing in a TV Spot "The Future" Nominated
Hollywood Film Awards 1 November 2015 Hollywood Make-Up & Hair Styling Award Lesley Vanderwalt Won [51]
Hollywood Production Design Award Colin Gibson Won
Houston Film Critics Society 9 January 2016 Best Film Mad Max: Fury Road Nominated [52][53]
Best Director George Miller Nominated
Best Actress Charlize Theron Nominated
Best Original Score Junkie XL Nominated
Best Cinematography John Seale Nominated
Best Poster Mad Max: Fury Road Won
Technical achievement Mad Max: Fury Road Won
International Federation of Film Critics 1 September 2015 Best Film Mad Max: Fury Road Won [54]
Kinema Junpo 7 January 2016 Best Foreign Film Mad Max: Fury Road Won [55]
Best Foreign Director George Miller Won
London Film Critics' Circle 17 January 2016 Film of the Year Mad Max: Fury Road Won [56][57]
Director of the Year George Miller Won
British or Irish Actor of the Year Tom Hardy (also for Legend, London Road, and The Revenant) Won
Technical Achievement of the Year John Seale (cinematography) Nominated
Technical Achievement of the Year Colin Gibson (production design) Nominated
Los Angeles Film Critics Association 6 December 2015 Best Picture Mad Max: Fury Road Runner-up [58]
Best Director George Miller Won
Best Cinematography John Seale Won
Best Editing Margaret Sixel Runner-up
Best Production Design Colin Gibson Won
Motion Picture Sound Editors 27 February 2016 Feature Film – Sound Effects & Foley Mangini, MarkMark Mangini, and Scott Hecker Won[a] [59][60]
Feature Film – Dialogue & ADR Mangini, MarkMark Mangini, and Scott Hecker Nominated
Feature Film – Music Score Bob Badami Nominated
MTV Movie Awards 10 April 2016 Best Female Performance Charlize Theron Won [61][62]
Best Hero Charlize Theron Nominated
Best Fight Charlize Theron vs. Tom Hardy Nominated
Best Villain Hugh Keays-Byrne Nominated
National Board of Review 1 December 2015 Best Film Mad Max: Fury Road Won [63]
National Society of Film Critics 3 January 2016 Best Picture Mad Max: Fury Road 3rd Place [64]
Best Director George Miller 3rd Place
Best Cinematography John Seale 3rd Place
New York Film Critics Online 6 December 2015 Top Ten Films Mad Max: Fury Road Won [65]
Best Cinematography John Seale Won
Online Film Critics Society 13 December 2015 Best Picture Mad Max: Fury Road Won [66][67]
Best Director George Miller Won
Best Actress Charlize Theron Nominated
Best Editing Margaret Sixel Won
Best Cinematography John Seale Won
Producers Guild of America Award 23 January 2016 Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures Doug Mitchell, and George Miller Nominated [68]
San Diego Film Critics Society 14 December 2015 Best Picture Mad Max: Fury Road Won [69][70]
Best Director George Miller Won
Best Actress Charlize Theron Runner-up
Best Editing Margaret Sixel Won
Best Cinematography John Seale Nominated
Best Production Design Colin Gibson Runner-up
Best Sound Design Mad Max: Fury Road Won
Best Visual Effects Mad Max: Fury Road Runner-up
Best Use Of Music In A Film Mad Max: Fury Road Nominated
San Francisco Film Critics Circle 13 December 2015 Best Picture Mad Max: Fury Road Nominated [71]
Best Director George Miller Won
Best Cinematography John Seale Won
Best Editing Margaret Sixel Won
Best Production Design Colin Gibson Nominated
Satellite Awards 21 February 2016 Best Cinematography John Seale Won [72][73]
Best Art Direction and Production Design Colin Gibson Nominated
Best Visual Effects Mad Max: Fury Road Nominated
Best Sound Chris Jenkins, Mark Mangini, Ben Osmo, Wayne Pashley, Gregg Rudloff, and David White Nominated
Saturn Award 22 June 2016 Best Science Fiction Film Mad Max: Fury Road Nominated [74][75]
Best Director George Miller Nominated
Best Writing George Miller, Brendan McCarthy, and Nico Lathouris Nominated
Best Actress Charlize Theron Won
Best Music Junkie XL Nominated
Best Editing Margaret Sixel Nominated
Best Production Design Colin Gibson Nominated
Best Make-up Damian Martin, and Nadine Prigge Nominated
Best Special Effects Andrew Jackson, Dan Oliver, Andy Williams, and Tom Wood Nominated
28 June 2017 Best DVD or Blu-ray Special Edition Release Black and Chrome Edition home release Nominated [76]
Screen Actors Guild Awards 30 January 2016 Outstanding Action Performance By Stunt Ensemble Motion Picture Mad Max: Fury Road Won [77]
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association 21 December 2015 Best Picture Mad Max: Fury Road Nominated [78]
Best Director George Miller Nominated
Best Actress Charlize Theron Nominated
Best Editing Margaret Sixel Won
Best Cinematography John Seale Nominated
Best Art Direction Colin Gibson Won
Best Score Junkie XL Nominated
Best Visual Effects Mad Max: Fury Road Won
Special Recognition Mad Max: Fury Road (stunt work) Won
Teen Choice Awards 16 August 2015 Choice Movie: Sci-Fi/Fantasy Mad Max: Fury Road Nominated [79][80]
Choice Movie: Scene Stealer Nicholas Hoult Nominated
Toronto Film Critics Association 14 December 2015 Best Picture Mad Max: Fury Road Runner-up [81]
Best Director George Miller Runner-up
Vancouver Film Critics Circle 21 December 2015 Best Film Mad Max: Fury Road Nominated [82][83]
Best Director George Miller Won
Village Voice Film Poll 15 December 2015 Best Picture Mad Max: Fury Road 1st Place [84]
Best Director George Miller Won
Visual Effects Society 2 February 2016 Outstanding Visual Effects in a Photoreal Feature Mad Max: Fury Road Nominated [85][86]
Outstanding Compositing in a Photoreal Feature Mad Max: Fury Road Nominated
Outstanding Effects Simulations in a Photoreal Feature "Toxic Storm" Won
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association 7 December 2015 Best Picture Mad Max: Fury Road Nominated [87]
Best Director George Miller Won
Best Actress Charlize Theron Nominated
Best Production Design Colin Gibson Won
Best Cinematography John Seale Nominated
Best Score Junkie XL Nominated
Best Editing Margaret Sixel Won
Women Film Critics Circle 17 December 2015 Best Female Images in a Movie Mad Max: Fury Road Nominated [88][89]
Best Equality of the Sexes Mad Max: Fury Road Won
Best Female Action Star Charlize Theron Won

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Tied with The Revenant.

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