List of accolades received by Moonlight (2016 film)

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List of accolades received by Moonlight
A black and white photograph of Barry Jenkins attending his 30th birthday party
A photograph of Mahershala Ali attending the Toronto International Film Festival in 2016
Barry Jenkins and Mahershala Ali received several awards and nominations for their direction and performance in the film respectively.
Total number of awards and nominations
Totals 155 279
References

Moonlight is a 2016 American drama film directed by Barry Jenkins. It is an adaptation of Tarell Alvin McCraney's play In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue. Produced by Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, and Adele Romanski, it focuses on the life of Chiron, an African-American homosexual man struggling with his sexuality and identity while growing up in Miami, Florida. Moonlight stars Trevante Rhodes as Adult Chiron and André Holland as Adult Kevin, Chiron's closest friend. Naomie Harris, Mahershala Ali, and Janelle Monáe feature in supporting roles as Paula (Chiron's mother who suffers with drug addiction), Juan (a drug dealer), and Teresa (Juan's girlfriend) respectively.[1] Moonlight premiered at the Telluride Film Festival on September 2, 2016.[2] A24 provided the film an initial limited release on October 21 before expanding to a wide release on November 18 at more than 600 theaters.[3] It grossed a worldwide total of over $65 million at the box office on a production budget of $1.5 million.[3][4] Rotten Tomatoes, a review aggregator surveyed 286 reviews and judged 98% to be positive.[5]

Moonlight garnered awards and nominations in a variety of categories with particular praise for its direction and the performances of Ali and Harris. At the 89th Academy Awards, the film received eight nominations including Best Picture, Best Director for Jenkins and Best Supporting Actress for Harris. It went on to win Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor for Ali, and Best Adapted Screenplay. At the ceremony, romantic musical La La Land was incorrectly announced as the winner of Best Picture after the presenters had been given the wrong envelope.[6] Moonlight was the first LGBT-themed film to win Best Picture and Ali's win was the first for a Muslim actor in Academy Awards history.[7][8] The film garnered six nominations at the 74th Golden Globe Awards and won Best Motion Picture – Drama. At the 70th British Academy Film Awards, Moonlight earned four nominations including Best Film, Best Actor in a Supporting Role for Ali, and Best Actress in a Supporting Role for Harris.

At the 32nd Independent Spirit Awards, the film won six awards including Best Film, Best Director for Jenkins, and Best Screenplay. Moonlight garnered three nominations at the 23rd Screen Actors Guild Awards with Ali winning for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role. It also received a nomination at the 69th Directors Guild of America Awards and 28th Producers Guild of America Awards. At the 22nd Critics' Choice Awards, Moonlight earned ten nominations including Best Picture, Best Director for Jenkins, and Best Supporting Actress for Harris. It went on to win Best Supporting Actor for Ali and Best Acting Ensemble. The American Film Institute included the film in their top ten movies of 2016.

Accolades

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Result Ref.
AACTA International Awards January 8, 2017 Best Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali Nominated [9]
Best Supporting Actress Naomie Harris Nominated
Academy Awards February 26, 2017 Best Picture Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner and Adele Romanski Won [10]
Best Director Barry Jenkins Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali Won
Best Supporting Actress Naomie Harris Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Barry Jenkins and Tarell Alvin McCraney Won
Best Original Score Nicholas Britell Nominated
Best Cinematography James Laxton Nominated
Best Film Editing Joi McMillon and Nat Sanders Nominated
African-American Film Critics Association February 9, 2017 Best Picture Moonlight Won [11]
Best Director Barry Jenkins Won
Best Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali Won
Breakout Performance Janelle Monáe (also for Hidden Figures) Won
Best Independent Film Moonlight Won
Alliance of Women Film Journalists December 21, 2016 Best Film Moonlight Won [12]
[13]
Best Director Barry Jenkins Won
Best Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali Won
Best Supporting Actress Naomie Harris Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Barry Jenkins Won
Best Cinematography James Laxton Won
Best Editing Joi McMillon and Nat Sanders Won
Best Ensemble Cast – Casting Director Yesi Ramirez Won
Best Breakthrough Performance Janelle Monáe (also for Hidden Figures) Nominated
Bravest Performance Naomie Harris Nominated
American Cinema Editors January 27, 2017 Best Edited Feature Film – Dramatic Joi McMillon and Nat Sanders Nominated [14]
American Film Institute December 7, 2016 Top Ten Movies of the Year Moonlight Won [15]
American Society of Cinematographers February 4, 2017 Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Theatrical Releases James Laxton Nominated [16]
Atlantic Film Festival September 26, 2016 Audience Award Moonlight Won [17]
Austin Film Critics Association December 28, 2016 Best Film Moonlight Won [18]
[19]
Best Director Barry Jenkins Won
Best Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali Won
Best Supporting Actor Trevante Rhodes Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Naomie Harris Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Barry Jenkins Won
Best Cinematography James Laxton Nominated
Breakthrough Artist Award Barry Jenkins (director and screenwriter) Nominated
Breakthrough Artist Award Trevante Rhodes (actor) Nominated
Special Honorary Award Yesi Ramirez and the cast of Moonlight for excellence as an ensemble Won
Special Honorary Award A24 for excellence in production and distribution (also for Green Room, Swiss Army Man, The Lobster, The Witch, and 20th Century Women) Won
Australian Film Critics Association March 13, 2018 Best International Film (English Language) Moonlight Won [20]
BET Awards June 25, 2017 Best Actor Mahershala Ali Won [21]
[22]
Best Movie Moonlight Nominated
BFI London Film Festival October 16, 2016 Best Film Moonlight Nominated [23]
Black Reel Awards February 16, 2017 Outstanding Film Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, and Adele Romanski Won [24]
[25]
Outstanding Director Barry Jenkins Won
Outstanding Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali Won
André Holland Nominated
Ashton Sanders Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress Naomie Harris Nominated
Janelle Monáe Nominated
Outstanding Screenplay, Adapted or Original Barry Jenkins Won
Outstanding Ensemble The cast of Moonlight Won
Outstanding Breakthrough Performance, Male Alex Hibbert Nominated
Trevante Rhodes Won
Ashton Sanders Nominated
Outstanding Original Score Nicholas Britell Won
Boston Society of Film Critics December 11, 2016 Best Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali Won [26]
Best Cast The cast of Moonlight Won
British Academy Film Awards February 12, 2017 Best Film Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, and Adele Romanski Nominated [27]
Best Actor in a Supporting Role Mahershala Ali Nominated
Best Actress in a Supporting Role Naomie Harris Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Barry Jenkins Nominated
British Independent Film Awards December 4, 2016 Best Foreign Independent Film Dede Gardner, Barry Jenkins, Jeremy Kleiner, Tarell Alvin McCraney, and Adele Romanski Won [28]
Camerimage November 19, 2016 Golden Frog Award for Best Cinematography James Laxton Nominated [29]
Casting Society of America January 19, 2017 Feature Low Budget – Comedy or Drama Yesi Ramirez Won [30]
Chicago Film Critics Association December 15, 2016 Best Film Moonlight Won [31]
[32]
Best Director Barry Jenkins Won
Best Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali Won
Best Supporting Actor Trevante Rhodes Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Naomie Harris Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Barry Jenkins Nominated
Best Cinematography James Laxton Nominated
Best Editing Joi McMillon and Nat Sanders Nominated
Best Original Score Nicholas Britell Nominated
Most Promising Performer Trevante Rhodes Nominated
Most Promising Performer Janelle Monáe (also for Hidden Figures) Nominated
Chicago International Film Festival October 27, 2016 Audience Award Moonlight Won[a] [33]
Critics' Choice Movie Awards December 11, 2016 Best Picture Moonlight Nominated [34]
[35]
Best Director Barry Jenkins Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali Won
Best Supporting Actress Naomie Harris Nominated
Best Acting Ensemble The cast of Moonlight Won
Best Young Performer Alex Hibbert Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Barry Jenkins Nominated
Best Cinematography James Laxton Nominated
Best Editing Joi McMillon and Nat Sanders Nominated
Best Original Score Nicholas Britell Nominated
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association December 13, 2016 Best Film Moonlight Won [36]
Best Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali Won
Best Supporting Actress Naomie Harris 2nd Place
Best Director Barry Jenkins Won
Best Screenplay Barry Jenkins 2nd Place
Russell Smith Award Moonlight Won
Detroit Film Critics Society December 19, 2016 Best Film Moonlight Nominated [37]
Best Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali Nominated
Best Director Barry Jenkins Nominated
Best Screenplay Barry Jenkins Nominated
Best Breakthrough Mahershala Ali (actor, also for Hidden Figures) Nominated
Best Breakthrough Barry Jenkins (director and screenwriter) Nominated
Best Breakthrough Trevante Rhodes (actor) Nominated
Best Ensemble The cast of Moonlight Nominated
Directors Guild of America Awards February 4, 2017 Outstanding Directing – Feature Film Barry Jenkins Nominated [38]
Dorian Awards January 26, 2017 Film of the Year Moonlight Won [39]
[40]
Director of the Year Barry Jenkins Won
Film Performance of the Year – Actor Mahershala Ali Won
Trevante Rhodes Nominated
Screenplay of the Year Barry Jenkins Won
LGBTQ Film of the Year Moonlight Won
Visually Striking Film of the Year Moonlight Nominated
Florida Film Critics Circle December 23, 2016 Best Film Moonlight Nominated [41]
[42]
Best Director Barry Jenkins Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali Nominated
André Holland Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Naomie Harris Nominated
Best Ensemble The cast of Moonlight Runner-up
Best Adapted Screenplay Barry Jenkins and Tarell Alvin McCraney Runner-up
Best Cinematography James Laxton Nominated
Best Score Moonlight Nominated
FCC Breakout Award Barry Jenkins Won
Golden Orange (Outstanding Contribution to Film in Florida) The cast and crew of Moonlight Won
GLAAD Media Awards April 1, 2017 Outstanding Film – Wide Release Moonlight Won [43]
Golden Globe Awards January 8, 2017 Best Motion Picture – Drama Moonlight Won [44]
[45]
Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture Mahershala Ali Nominated
Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture Naomie Harris Nominated
Best Director Barry Jenkins Nominated
Best Screenplay Barry Jenkins Nominated
Best Original Score Nicholas Britell Nominated
Golden Trailer Awards June 6, 2017 Best Drama Moonlight Nominated [46]
[47]
Best Original Score Moonlight Trailer Nominated
Best Graphics in a TV Spot (for a Feature Film) "Mama" Won
Best Independent TV Spot (for a Feature Film) "Mama" Won
Best Music TV Spot (for a Feature Film) "Timeless" Nominated
Best Drama Poster "Domestic One Sheet" Nominated
Best Independent Poster "Domestic One Sheet" Won
Gotham Awards November 28, 2016 Best Feature Moonlight Won [48]
Best Screenplay Barry Jenkins and Tarell Alvin McCraney Won
Audience Award Moonlight Won
Special Jury Award – Ensemble Performance The cast of Moonlight Won
Guldbagge Awards January 22, 2018 Best Foreign Film Moonlight Nominated [49]
[50]
Hawaii International Film Festival November 11, 2016 Best Narrative Feature Moonlight Won [51]
Hollywood Film Awards November 6, 2016 Hollywood Breakout Actress Award Naomie Harris (also for Collateral Beauty) Won [52]
Hollywood Music in Media Awards November 17, 2016 Best Original Score – Feature Film Nicholas Britell Won [53]
Houston Film Critics Society January 6, 2017 Best Picture Moonlight Nominated [54]
Best Supporting Actress Naomie Harris Nominated
Best Director Barry Jenkins Nominated
Best Cinematography James Laxton Nominated
Best Original Score Nicholas Britell Nominated
Best Screenplay Barry Jenkins and Tarell Alvin McCraney Nominated
Best Poster Moonlight Nominated
Independent Spirit Awards February 25, 2017 Best Film Moonlight Won [55]
Best Director Barry Jenkins Won
Best Screenplay Barry Jenkins and Tarell Alvin McCraney Won
Best Cinematography James Laxton Won
Best Editing Joi McMillon and Nat Sanders Won
Robert Altman Award Moonlight Won
International Film Festival Rotterdam February 3, 2017 Warsteiner Audience Award Moonlight Won [56]
International Film Music Critics Association February 23, 2017 Best Original Score for a Drama Film Nicholas Britell Nominated [57]
Irish Film & Television Awards April 8, 2017 International Film Moonlight Won [58]
London Film Critics Circle January 22, 2017 Film of the Year Moonlight Nominated [59]
[60]
Director of the Year Barry Jenkins Nominated
Supporting Actor of the Year Mahershala Ali Won[b]
Supporting Actress of the Year Naomie Harris Won
Screenwriter of the Year Barry Jenkins Nominated
British/Irish Actress of the Year Naomie Harris (also for Collateral Beauty and Our Kind of Traitor) Nominated
Technical Achievement Joi McMillon and Nat Sanders (editing) Nominated
Los Angeles Film Critics Association December 4, 2016 Best Film Moonlight Won [61]
Best Director Barry Jenkins Won
Best Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali Won
Best Cinematography James Laxton Won
Mar del Plata International Film Festival November 27, 2016 Best Feature Film Moonlight Nominated [62]
[63]
Best Actor Mahershala Ali Won
Mill Valley Film Festival October 16, 2016 U.S. Cinema: Audience Favorite Barry Jenkins Won [64]
MTV Movie & TV Awards May 7, 2017 Best Kiss Ashton Sanders and Jharrel Jerome Won [65]
Tearjerker Paula (Naomie Harris) tells Chiron (Trevante Rhodes) that she loves him Nominated
Best American Story Moonlight Nominated
NAACP Image Awards February 11, 2017 Outstanding Motion Picture Moonlight Nominated [66]
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture Mahershala Ali Won
Trevante Rhodes Nominated
Outstanding Independent Picture Moonlight Won
Outstanding Directing in a Motion Picture Barry Jenkins Won
Outstanding Writing in a Motion Picture Barry Jenkins Won
National Board of Review January 4, 2017 Best Director Barry Jenkins Won [67]
Best Supporting Actress Naomie Harris Won
National Society of Film Critics January 7, 2017 Best Film Moonlight Won [68]
Best Director Barry Jenkins Won
Best Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali Won
Best Supporting Actress Naomie Harris 3rd Place
Best Screenplay Barry Jenkins 2nd Place
Best Cinematography James Laxton Won
New York Film Critics Circle December 1, 2016 Best Director Barry Jenkins Won [69]
Best Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali Won
Best Cinematography James Laxton Won
New York Film Critics Online December 11, 2016 Best Picture Moonlight Won [70]
Best Director Barry Jenkins Won
Best Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali Won
Best Screenplay Barry Jenkins Won
Best Cinematography James Laxton Won
Best Ensemble Cast The cast of Moonlight Won
Online Film Critics Society January 3, 2017 Best Picture Moonlight Won [71]
[72]
Best Director Barry Jenkins Won
Best Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali Won
Best Supporting Actress Naomie Harris Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Barry Jenkins and Tarell Alvin McCraney Nominated
Best Editing Joi McMillon and Nat Sanders Nominated
Best Cinematography James Laxton Nominated
Palm Springs International Film Festival January 2, 2017 Breakthrough Performance Award Mahershala Ali Won [73]
Producers Guild of America January 28, 2017 Best Theatrical Motion Picture Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, and Adele Romanski Nominated [74]
San Diego Film Critics Society December 12, 2016 Best Film Moonlight Nominated [75]
[76]
Best Director Barry Jenkins Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali Won[c]
Best Original Screenplay Barry Jenkins and Tarell Alvin McCraney Nominated
Best Cinematography James Laxton Runner-up[d]
Best Ensemble The cast of Moonlight Nominated
San Francisco Film Critics Circle December 11, 2016 Best Film Moonlight Won [77]
[78]
Best Director Barry Jenkins Won
Best Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali Won
Best Supporting Actress Naomie Harris Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Barry Jenkins Won[e]
Best Cinematography James Laxton Won
Best Original Score Nicholas Britell Nominated
Best Film Editing Joi McMillon and Nat Sanders Won[f]
Santa Barbara International Film Festival February 3, 2017 Virtuosos Award Naomie Harris Won [79]
Virtuosos Award Mahershala Ali Won
Virtuosos Award Janelle Monáe (also for Hidden Figures) Won
Satellite Awards February 19, 2017 Best Film Moonlight Nominated [80]
[81]
Best Director Barry Jenkins Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Naomie Harris Won
Best Original Screenplay Barry Jenkins Won
Best Cinematography James Laxton Nominated
Best Film Editing Joi McMillon and Nat Sanders Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards January 29, 2017 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role Mahershala Ali Won [82]
[83]
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role Naomie Harris Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture The cast of Moonlight Nominated
Seattle Film Critics Society January 5, 2017 Best Picture of the Year Moonlight Won [84]
[85]
Best Director Barry Jenkins Won
Best Actor in a Supporting Role Mahershala Ali Won
Best Actress in a Supporting Role Naomie Harris Nominated
Best Screenplay Barry Jenkins and Tarell Alvin McCraney Won
Best Cinematography James Laxton Nominated
Best Film Editing Joi McMillon and Nat Sanders Won
Best Original Score Nicholas Britell Nominated
Best Youth Performance Alex Hibbert Nominated
Best Ensemble Cast The cast of Moonlight Won
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association December 18, 2016 Best Picture Moonlight Nominated [86]
Best Director Barry Jenkins Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali Won
Best Supporting Actress Naomie Harris Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Barry Jenkins Nominated
Best Editing Joi McMillon and Nat Sanders Nominated
Best Cinematography James Laxton Nominated
Best Music/Score Nicholas Britell Nominated
Toronto Film Critics Association December 11, 2016 Best Film Moonlight Won [87]
[88]
Best Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali Won
Best Supporting Actress Naomie Harris Runner-up
Best Director Barry Jenkins Runner-up
Best Screenplay Barry Jenkins Runner-up
Toronto International Film Festival September 18, 2016 Platform Prize Barry Jenkins Nominated [89]
USC Scripter Awards February 11, 2017 Best Screenplay Barry Jenkins and Tarell Alvin McCraney Won [90]
Vancouver Film Critics Circle December 20, 2016 Best Film Moonlight Nominated [91]
[92]
Best Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali Won
Best Supporting Actress Naomie Harris Nominated
Best Screenplay Barry Jenkins Nominated
Village Voice Film Poll December 21, 2016 Best Film Moonlight Won [93]
Best Director Barry Jenkins Won
Best Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali Won
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association December 5, 2016 Best Film Moonlight Nominated [94]
Best Director Barry Jenkins Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali Won
Best Supporting Actress Naomie Harris Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Barry Jenkins and Tarell Alvin McCraney Nominated
Best Ensemble The cast of Moonlight Nominated
Best Cinematography James Laxton Nominated
Best Editing Joi McMillon and Nat Sanders Nominated
Best Score Nicholas Britell Nominated
Women Film Critics Circle December 19, 2016 Josephine Baker Award Moonlight Nominated [95]
Writers Guild of America Awards February 19, 2017 Best Original Screenplay Barry Jenkins and Tarell Alvin McCraney Won [96]
Young Artist Awards March 17, 2017 Best Performance in a Feature Film – Supporting Teen Actor Alex Hibbert Nominated [97]

See also

Notes

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External links

  • Awards for Moonlight on IMDb

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