List of accolades received by No Country for Old Men

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List of accolades received by No Country of Old Men
A photograph of Javier Bardem.

Javier Bardem received several awards and nominations for his supporting role in the film.

Total number of awards and nominations[a]
Totals 76 109
References

No Country for Old Men is a 2007 American neo-Western thriller film produced, directed, written, and edited by Joel and Ethan Coen.[1][2] Based on Cormac McCarthy's novel of the same name, the film is about an ordinary man to whom chance delivers a fortune that is not his, and the ensuing cat-and-mouse drama as the paths of three men intertwine in the desert landscape of 1980 West Texas.[3] The film stars Josh Brolin, Tommy Lee Jones, and Javier Bardem, with Woody Harrelson, Kelly Macdonald, Garret Dillahunt, Tess Harper, and Beth Grant in featured roles.[4]

The film premiered at the 60th Cannes Film Festival on May 19, 2007,[5] where it was nominated for the Palme d'Or.[6] After a successful screening at the Toronto International Film Festival,[7] Miramax and Paramount Vantage initially gave the film a limited release in 28 theaters in the United States on November 9.[8] The film was later given a release in 860 theaters in the United States and Canada on November 21. No Country for Old Men has grossed a worldwide total of over $172 million on a production budget of $25 million.[9] Rotten Tomatoes, a review aggregator, surveyed 265 reviews and judged 93 percent to be positive.[10]

No Country for Old Men garnered awards and nominations in a variety of categories, with particular praise for its direction, screenplay, and Bardem's performance. At the 80th Academy Awards, the film received eight nominations, the most nominations at the ceremony tied with There Will Be Blood.[11] It went on to win four awards including Best Picture, Best Directing, (Joel and Ethan Coen), Best Supporting Actor (Bardem), and Best Adapted Screenplay (Ethan and Joel Coen).[12] The Coen brothers became the second pair of individuals to win Best Directing for helming the same film.[13] No Country for Old Men earned four nominations at the 65th Golden Globe Awards , winning for Best Screenplay for the Coen brothers and Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor for Bardem.[14] At the 61st British Academy Film Awards, the film received nine nominations and won for Best Direction, Best Supporting Actor, and Best Cinematography.[15]

At the Producers Guild of America Awards, No Country for Old Men won for Best Theatrical Motion Picture.[16] The Coen brothers received the Outstanding Directing – Feature Film Award from the Directors Guild of America.[17] The cast garnered the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, and the Coens' screenplay won the Writers Guild of America Award for Best Adapted Screenplay.[18][19] The National Board of Review named it the Best Film.[20] The American Film Institute and included the film in its annual listing of the top ten films of 2007.[21]

Awards and nominations

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Result Ref.
Academy Awards February 24, 2008 Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won [22]
Best Picture Rudin, ScottScott Rudin, Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Supporting Actor Bardem, JavierJavier Bardem Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Cinematography Deakins, RogerRoger Deakins Nominated
Best Film Editing Joel and Ethan Coen (as Roderick Jaynes) Nominated
Best Sound Editing Lievsay, SkipSkip Lievsay Nominated
Best Sound Mixing Lievsay, SkipSkip Lievsay, Craig Berkey, Greg Orloff, and Peter Kurland Nominated
American Cinema Editors February 18, 2008 Best Edited Feature Film – Dramatic Joel and Ethan Coen (as Roderick Jaynes) Nominated [23]
American Society of Cinematographers January 26, 2008 Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography Deakins, RogerRoger Deakins Nominated [24]
Art Directors Guild February 18, 2008 ADG Excellence in Production Design Awards Gonchor, JessJess Gonchor Won [25]
Australian Film Critics Association January 22, 2008 Best Overseas Film No Country for Old Men Won [26]
Boston Society of Film Critics December 11, 2007 Best Picture No Country for Old Men Won [27]
Best Supporting Actor Bardem, JavierJavier Bardem Won
BAFTA Awards February 10, 2008 Best Cinematography Deakins, RogerRoger Deakins Won [28]
Best Direction Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Supporting Actor Bardem, JavierJavier Bardem Won
Best Editing Joel and Ethan Coen (as Roderick Jaynes) Nominated
Best Film Rudin, ScottScott Rudin, Joel and Ethan Coen Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Joel and Ethan Coen Nominated
Best Sound F. Kurland, PeterPeter F. Kurland, Skip Lievsay, Craig Berkey, and Greg Orloff Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Lee Jones, TommyTommy Lee Jones Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Macdonald, KellyKelly Macdonald Nominated
Critics' Choice Movie Award January 7, 2008 Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won [29]
[30]
Best Film No Country for Old Men Won
Best Supporting Actor Bardem, JavierJavier Bardem Won
Best Cast No Country for Old Men Nominated
Best Writer Joel and Ethan Coen Nominated
Cannes Film Festival May 27, 2007 Palme d'Or No Country for Old Men Nominated [31]
Casting Society of America Awards November 11, 2008 Outstanding Achievement in Casting – Studio Feature – Drama Chenoweth, EllenEllen Chenoweth and Jo Edna Boldin Won [32]
Chicago Film Critics Association Awards December 13, 2007 Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won [33]
Best Picture No Country for Old Men Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Supporting Actor Bardem, JavierJavier Bardem Won
Best Cinematography Deakins, RogerRoger Deakins Nominated
Cinema Audio Society February 16, 2008 Best Sound Mixing for Motion Pictures F. Kurland, PeterPeter F. Kurland (Production mixer), Skip Lievsay, Craig Berkey, and Greg Orloff (Re-recording mixers) Won [34]
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards December 17, 2007 Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won [35]
Best Film Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Supporting Actor Bardem, JavierJavier Bardem Won
David di Donatello Awards April 18, 2008 Best Foreign Film Joel and Ethan Coen Won [36]
Directors Guild of America Awards January 26, 2008 Outstanding Achievement in Feature Film Joel and Ethan Coen Won [37]
Film Critics Circle of Australia February 1, 2008 Best Foreign Film – English Language Joel and Ethan Coen Won [38]
Florida Film Critics Circle Awards December 12, 2007 Best Cinematography Deakins, RogerRoger Deakins Won [39]
Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Film Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Supporting Actor Bardem, JavierJavier Bardem Won
Golden Globe Awards January 13, 2008 Best Screenplay Joel and Ethan Coen Won [40]
Best Supporting Actor Bardem, JavierJavier Bardem Won
Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Nominated
Best Motion Picture – Drama No Country for Old Men Nominated
Golden Trailer Awards May 8, 2008 Best Drama No Country for Old Men Won [41]
Best Thriller TV Spot Friend-o spot Won
Guldbagge Awards January 12, 2009 Best Foreign Film No Country for Old Men Nominated [42]
Japan Academy Prize February 20, 2009 Best Foreign Film No Country for Old Men Nominated
Key Art Awards June 13, 2008 Best Campaign of the Year No Country for Old Men Won [43]
London Film Critics' Circle February 8, 2008 British Supporting Actress of the Year Macdonald, KellyKelly Macdonald Won [44]
Film of the Year Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Director of the Year Joel and Ethan Coen Nominated
Screenwriter of the Year Joel and Ethan Coen Nominated
MTV Movie Awards June 1, 2008 Best Villain Bardem, JavierJavier Bardem Nominated [45]
Motion Picture Sound Editors February 23, 2008 Best Sound Editing: Dialogue and ADR for Feature Film Lievsay, SkipSkip Lievsay and Craig Berkey (Sound designer)
Byron Wilson (Supervising dialogue editor)
Kenton Jakub (Supervising ADR editor)
Nominated [46]
Best Sound Editing: Sound Effects and Foley for Feature Film Lievsay, SkipSkip Lievsay (Supervising sound editor)
Craig Berkey (Sound design),
Derek Vanderhorst (Foley editor),
Catherine Harper and Christopher Moriana (Doley artist)
Nominated
National Board of Review Awards January 15, 2008 Best Cast No Country for Old Men Won [47]
Best Film No Country for Old Men Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Joel and Ethan Coen Won
New York Film Critics Circle Awards January 6, 2008 Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won [48]
Best Film No Country for Old Men Won
Best Screenplay Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Supporting Actor Bardem, JavierJavier Bardem Won
Online Film Critics Society Awards January 9, 2008 Best Cinematography Deakins, RogerRoger Deakins Won [49]
Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Editing Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Picture No Country for Old Men Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Supporting Actor Bardem, JavierJavier Bardem Won
Best Supporting Actress Macdonald, KellyKelly Macdonald Nominated
Producers Guild of America Awards February 8, 2008 Motion Picture Producer of the Year Award Rudin, ScottScott Rudin, Joel and Ethan Coen Won [50]
San Diego Film Critics Society Awards December 17, 2007 Best Cinematography Deakins, RogerRoger Deakins Won [51]
Best Cast No Country for Old Men Won
Best Film No Country for Old Men Won
Best Supporting Actor Lee Jones, TommyTommy Lee Jones Won
San Francisco Film Critics Circle Awards December 10, 2007 Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won [52]
Satellite Awards December 16, 2007 Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won [53]
Best Film – Drama No Country for Old Men Won
Best Actor – Drama Brolin, JoshJosh Brolin Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Bardem, JavierJavier Bardem Nominated
Best Editing Joel and Ethan Coen Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Joel and Ethan Coen Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards January 27, 2008 Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Bardem, JavierJavier Bardem, Josh Brolin, Garret Dillahunt, Tess Harper, Woody Harrelson, Tommy Lee Jones, and Kelly Macdonald Won [54]
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role Bardem, JavierJavier Bardem Won
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role Lee Jones, TommyTommy Lee Jones Nominated
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association Awards December 24, 2007 Best Cinematograpny Deakins, RogerRoger Deakins Nominated [55]
Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Picture No Country for Old Men Won
Best Screenplay Joel and Ethan Coen Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Bardem, JavierJavier Bardem Nominated
Brolin, JoshJosh Brolin Nominated
Lee Jones, TommyTommy Lee Jones Nominated
Toronto Film Critics Association Awards December 18, 2007 Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won [56]
Best Picture No Country for Old Men Won
Best Screenplay Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Supporting Actor Bardem, JavierJavier Bardem Won
Vancouver Film Critics Circle Awards February 11, 2008 Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won [57]
Best Film No Country for Old Men Won
Best Supporting Actor Bardem, JavierJavier Bardem Won
Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Awards December 10, 2007 Best Cast No Country for Old Men Won [58]
Best Director Joel and Ethan Coen Won
Best Picture No Country for Old Men Won
Best Supporting Actor Bardem, JavierJavier Bardem Won
Writers Guild of America Awards February 9, 2008 Best Adapted Screenplay Joel and Ethan Coen Won [59]

Notes

  1. ^ Certain award groups do not simply award one winner. They recognize several different recipients and have runners-up. Since this is a specific recognition and is different from losing an award, runner-up mentions are considered wins in this award tally.

See also

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