List of accolades received by Nightcrawler

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List of accolades received by Nightcrawler
Dan Gilroy
Jake Gyllenhaal
Dan Gilroy (left) and Jake Gyllenhaal (right) received several awards and nominations for their script and performance, respectively.
Total number of awards and nominations
Totals 22 76
Footnotes

Nightcrawler is 2014 American thriller film written and directed by Dan Gilroy. The film stars Jake Gyllenhaal as Lou Bloom, a stringer who records violent events late at night in Los Angeles, and sells the footage to a local television news station. Rene Russo, Riz Ahmed, and Bill Paxton feature in supporting roles.[1][2] The film premiered at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival on September 5,[3] before receiving a theatrical release on October 31, distributed by Open Road Films.[4] Nightcrawler earned a worldwide total of $50.3 million on a production budget of $8.5 million.[5] Rotten Tomatoes, a review aggregator, surveyed 232 reviews and judged 95 percent to be positive.[6]

Nightcrawler received awards and nominations in a variety of categories, with particular praise for Gilroy's screenplay and Gyllenhaal's performance. At the 87th Academy Awards, Gilroy was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay. The film received an additional four nominations at the 68th British Academy Film Awards, three nominations at the 20th Critics' Choice Awards, one nomination at the 72nd Golden Globe Awards, and one nomination at 21st Screen Actors Guild Awards, but did not win any of them. Nightcrawler did fare better at award ceremonies held by critics' organizations, particularly the 19th San Diego Film Critics Society Awards, where it won seven out of its nine nominations. These included Best Actor, Best Director, and Best Film. The American Film Institute and the National Board of Review included Nightcrawler in their lists of top ten films of the year.

Accolades

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Result Ref(s)
AACTA Awards January 31, 2015 Best International Actor Jake Gyllenhaal Nominated [7]
Academy Awards February 22, 2015 Best Original Screenplay Dan Gilroy Nominated [8]
Alliance of Women Film Journalists January 12, 2015 Best Actor Jake Gyllenhaal Nominated [9]
American Cinema Editors January 30, 2015 Best Edited Feature Film – Dramatic John Gilroy Nominated [10]
American Film Institute December 9, 2014 Top Ten Movies of the Year Nightcrawler Won [11]
Art Directors Guild January 31, 2015 Excellence in Production Design for a Contemporary Film Kevin Kavanaugh Nominated [12]
Austin Film Critics Association December 17, 2014 Best Actor Jake Gyllenhaal Won [13]
Best First Film Dan Gilroy Won
Best Original Screenplay Dan Gilroy Won
Top Ten Films of the Year Nightcrawler Sixth place
Australian Film Critics Association February 7, 2015 Best International Film (English Language) Nightcrawler Nominated [14]
Boston Society of Film Critics December 7, 2014 Best New Filmmaker Dan Gilroy Won [15]
British Academy Film Awards February 8, 2015 Best Actor in a Leading Role Jake Gyllenhaal Nominated [16]
Best Actress in a Supporting Role Rene Russo Nominated
Best Editing John Gilroy Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Dan Gilroy Nominated
Chicago Film Critics Association December 15, 2014 Best Actor Jake Gyllenhaal Nominated [17]
Most Promising Filmmaker Dan Gilroy Nominated
Critics' Choice Movie Awards January 15, 2015 Best Actor Jake Gyllenhaal Nominated [18]
Best Original Screenplay Dan Gilroy Nominated
Best Picture Nightcrawler Nominated
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association December 15, 2014 Best Actor Jake Gyllenhaal Fourth place [19]
Top 10 Films Nightcrawler Tenth place
Detroit Film Critics Society December 15, 2014 Best Actor Jake Gyllenhaal Nominated [20]
Best Supporting Actress Rene Russo Nominated
Dublin Film Critics' Circle December 17, 2014 Best Actor Jake Gyllenhaal Nominated [21]
Dorian Awards January 20, 2015 Film Performance of the Year – Actor Jake Gyllenhaal Nominated [22]
Florida Film Critics Circle December 19, 2014 Best Actor Jake Gyllenhaal Nominated [23]
Golden Globe Awards January 11, 2015 Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama Jake Gyllenhaal Nominated [24]
Gotham Awards October 23, 2014 Audience Award Nightcrawler Nominated [25]
Breakthrough Actor Riz Ahmed Nominated
Breakthrough Director Dan Gilroy Nominated
Houston Film Critics Society January 10, 2015 Best Actor Jake Gyllenhaal Won [26]
Best Picture Nightcrawler Nominated
Best Screenplay Dan Gilroy Nominated
Independent Spirit Awards February 21, 2015 Best Editing John Gilroy Nominated [27]
Best First Feature Dan Gilroy Won
Best Male Lead Jake Gyllenhaal Nominated
Best Screenplay Dan Gilroy Won
Best Supporting Male Riz Ahmed Nominated
Irish Film & Television Academy May 24, 2015 Best International Actor Jake Gyllenhaal Nominated [28]
Location Managers Guild Awards March 7, 2015 Outstanding Locations in a Contemporary Film Curtis Collins and Mike Brewer Nominated [29]
London Film Critics' Circle January 18, 2015 Actor of the Year Jake Gyllenhaal Nominated [30]
Film of the Year Nightcrawler Nominated
Screenwriter of the Year Dan Gilroy Nominated
Supporting Actor of the Year Riz Ahmed Nominated
Los Angeles Film Critics Association December 7, 2014 Best Supporting Actress Rene Russo Runner–up [17]
National Board of Review December 2, 2014 Top Ten Films Nightcrawler Won [31]
National Society of Film Critics January 3, 2015 Best Supporting Actress Rene Russo Nominated [32]
New York Film Critics Online December 7, 2014 Best Debut Director Dan Gilroy Won [17]
Online Film Critics Society December 15, 2014 Best Actor Jake Gyllenhaal Nominated [33]
Best Picture Nightcrawler Nominated
Palm Springs International Film Festival January 3, 2015 Variety's 10 Directors to Watch Dan Gilroy Won [34]
Producers Guild of America Awards January 24, 2015 Best Theatrical Motion Picture Jennifer Fox and Tony Gilroy Nominated [35]
San Diego Film Critics Society December 15, 2014 Best Actor Jake Gyllenhaal Won [36]
Best Cinematography Robert Elswit Won
Best Director Dan Gilroy Won
Best Editing John Gilroy Nominated
Best Film Nightcrawler Won
Best Original Screenplay Dan Gilroy Won
Best Score James Newton Howard Won
Best Supporting Actor Riz Ahmed Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Rene Russo Won
San Francisco Film Critics Circle December 14, 2014 Best Actor Jake Gyllenhaal Nominated [37]
Satellite Awards February 15, 2015 Best Actor – Motion Picture Jake Gyllenhaal Nominated [38]
Best Original Screenplay Dan Gilroy Won
Saturn Awards June 25, 2015 Best Actor Jake Gyllenhaal Nominated [39]
Best Supporting Actress Rene Russo Won
Best Thriller Film Nightcrawler Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards January 25, 2015 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role Jake Gyllenhaal Nominated [40]
St. Louis Film Critics Association December 15, 2014 Best Actor Jake Gyllenhaal Won [41]
Best Art Direction Nightcrawler Nominated
Best Cinematography Robert Elswit Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Dan Gilroy Nominated
Toronto Film Critics Association December 15, 2014 Best Actor Jake Gyllenhaal Nominated [42]
Best First Feature Dan Gilroy Nominated
Vancouver Film Critics Circle January 5, 2015 Best Actor Jake Gyllenhaal Won [43]
Writers Guild of America Awards February 14, 2015 Best Original Screenplay Dan Gilroy Nominated [44]

See also

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