List of accolades received by Room

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List of accolades received by
Room
A photograph of Brie Larson in 2010
Brie Larson received several awards and nominations for her performance in the film.
Total number of awards and nominations
Totals 62 131
References

Room is a 2015 British-American-Canadian-Irish[1] drama film directed by Lenny Abrahamson. It is an adaptation of Emma Donoghue's novel of the same name who also wrote the screenplay.[2] Brie Larson stars as Joy Newsome,[3] an abducted mother held captive for seven years with her five-year-old son Jack, played by Jacob Tremblay.[4] Joan Allen, William H. Macy, and Sean Bridgers feature in supporting roles in the film.[2] Room premiered at the Telluride Film Festival on September 4, 2015,[5] with A24 later providing the film a wide release on January 22, 2016 at over 800 theaters in the United States and Canada. The film grossed a worldwide box office total of over $35 million on a production budget of $13 million.[6][7] Rotten Tomatoes, a review aggregator, surveyed 261 reviews and judged 94 percent to be positive.[8]

The film garnered awards and nominations in a variety of categories with particular praise for its direction, screenplay and the performances of Larson and Tremblay. Room earned eleven nominations at the 4th Canadian Screen Awards, winning nine including Best Motion Picture, Best Achievement in Direction for Abrahamson, Best Actor in a Leading Role for Tremblay, and Best Actress in a Leading Role for Larson.[9] At the 13th Irish Film & Television Awards, Room won seven awards including Best Film, Best Director for Abrahamson, and Best International Actress for Larson.[10]

At the 88th Academy Awards, Room received four nominations, including Best Picture, Best Director for Abrahamson and Best Adapted Screenplay for Donoghue. Larson went on to win for Best Actress.[11] She also received awards in the Best Actress category at the 73rd Golden Globe Awards, 69th British Academy Film Awards, and 22nd Screen Actors Guild Awards.[12][13][14] Donoghue was nominated at the former two award ceremonies, and also won the Independent Spirit Award for Best First Screenplay.[15] Both the National Board of Review, and the American Film Institute included the film in their respective list of the top ten of the year.[16][17]

Accolades

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Result Ref(s)
AACTA Awards December 9, 2015 Best Actress – International Brie Larson Nominated [18]
Academy Awards February 28, 2016 Best Picture Ed Guiney Nominated [11][19]
Best Director Lenny Abrahamson Nominated
Best Actress Brie Larson Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Emma Donoghue Nominated
Alliance of Women Film Journalists January 13, 2016 Best Film Room Nominated [20][21]
Best Director Lenny Abrahamson Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Emma Donoghue Nominated
Best Actress Brie Larson Nominated
Best Woman Screenwriter Emma Donoghue Nominated
Best Breakthrough Performance Brie Larson Nominated
American Film Institute December 16, 2015 Top Ten Films of the Year Room Won [17]
Austin Film Critics Association December 29, 2015 Best Actor Jacob Tremblay Nominated [22][23]
Best Actress Brie Larson Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Emma Donoghue Won
Breakthrough Artist Jacob Tremblay Won
BFI London Film Festival October 26, 2015 Best Film Room Nominated [24]
British Academy Film Awards February 14, 2016 Best Actress Brie Larson Won [13]
Best Adapted Screenplay Emma Donoghue Nominated
British Independent Film Awards December 6, 2015 Best International Independent Film Room Won [25]
Calgary International Film Festival October 7, 2015 Audience Choice Award – Narrative Feature Room Won[a] [26][27]
Camerimage November 21, 2015 Golden Frog for Best Cinematography Danny Cohen Nominated [28]
Canadian Screen Awards March 13, 2016 Best Motion Picture David Gross, and Ed Guiney Won [9][29]
Best Achievement in Direction Lenny Abrahamson Won
Best Actor in a Leading Role Jacob Tremblay Won
Best Actress in a Leading Role Brie Larson Won
Best Actress in a Supporting Role Joan Allen Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Emma Donoghue Won
Best Art Direction and Production Design Ethan Tobman, and Mary Kirkland Won
Best Cinematography Danny Cohen Nominated
Best Editing Nathan Nugent Won
Best Original Score Stephen Rennicks Nominated
Best Make-Up Sid Armour Won
Casting Society of America January 21, 2016 Feature Film Studio or Independent Drama Fiona Weir, Robin D. Cook, Kathleen Chopin, and Jonathan Oliveira Won [30]
Chicago Film Critics Association December 16, 2015 Best Actress Brie Larson Won [31][32]
Most Promising Performer Jacob Tremblay Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Emma Donoghue Nominated
Critics' Choice Awards January 17, 2016 Best Picture Room Nominated [33][34]
Best Actress Brie Larson Won
Best Young Performer Jacob Tremblay Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Emma Donoghue Nominated
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association December 14, 2015 Best Actress Brie Larson Won [35]
Best Screenplay Emma Donoghue Nominated
Detroit Film Critics Society December 14, 2015 Best Actress Brie Larson Nominated [36][37]
Best Supporting Actor Jacob Tremblay Nominated
Best Breakthrough Jacob Tremblay Nominated
Dorian Awards January 19, 2016 Performance of the Year – Actress Brie Larson Nominated [38][39]
Screenplay of the Year Emma Donoghue Nominated
Empire Awards March 20, 2016 Best Male Newcomer Jacob Tremblay Nominated [40][41]
Best Actress Brie Larson Nominated
Florida Film Critics Circle December 23, 2015 Best Actress Brie Larson Won [42][43]
Best Adapted Screenplay Emma Donoghue Nominated
FFCC Breakout Award Jacob Tremblay Nominated
Golden Globe Awards January 10, 2016 Best Motion Picture – Drama Room Nominated [12]
Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama Brie Larson Won
Best Screenplay Emma Donoghue Nominated
Golden Trailer Awards May 4, 2016 Best Independent Trailer "Outside" Nominated [44]
"Room" Nominated
Gotham Independent Film Awards November 30, 2015 Best Actress Brie Larson Nominated [45]
Hamptons International Film Festival October 14, 2015 Best Narrative Feature Room Won [46]
Heartland Film Festival October 25, 2015 Truly Moving Picture Award Room Won [47]
Houston Film Critics Society January 9, 2016 Best Picture Room Nominated [48][49]
Best Actress Brie Larson Won
Best Director Lenny Abrahamson Nominated
Best Screenplay Emma Donoghue Nominated
Independent Spirit Awards February 27, 2016 Best Female Lead Brie Larson Won [15][50]
Best First Screenplay Emma Donoghue Won
Best Editing Nathan Nugent Nominated
Irish Film & Television Academy April 9, 2016 Best Film Room Won [10][51]
Best Director Lenny Abrahamson Won
Best Scriptwriter Emma Donoghue Won
Best Editing Nathan Nugent Won
Best Sound Niall Brady, Steve Fanagan, and Ken Galvin Won
Best Original Music Stephen Rennicks Won
Best International Actress Brie Larson Won
Best International Actor Jacob Tremblay Nominated
London Film Critics' Circle January 17, 2016 Film of the Year Room Nominated [52][53]
Actress of the Year Brie Larson Nominated
Screenwriter of the Year Emma Donoghue Nominated
Breakthrough British / Irish Filmmaker Emma Donoghue Nominated
Mill Valley Film Festival October 18, 2015 MVFF Overall Audience Favorite Lenny Abrahamson Won [54]
MTV Movie Awards April 10, 2016 Best Breakthrough Performance Brie Larson Nominated [55]
National Board of Review December 1, 2015 Best Actress Brie Larson Won [16]
Top Ten Films Room Won
Breakthrough Performance Jacob Tremblay Won[b]
New Orleans Film Festival October 28, 2015 Spotlight Film Lenny Abrahamson Won [56]
New York Film Critics Online December 6, 2015 Best Actress Brie Larson Won [57]
Online Film Critics Society December 13, 2015 Best Picture Room Nominated [58][59]
Best Actress Brie Larson Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Emma Donoghue Nominated
San Diego Film Critics Society December 14, 2015 Best Picture Room Nominated [60][61]
Best Director Lenny Abrahamson Nominated
Best Actor Jacob Tremblay Nominated
Best Actress Brie Larson Won
Best Breakthrough Performance Jacob Tremblay Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Emma Donoghue Won
Best Editing Nathan Nugent Nominated
San Francisco Film Critics Circle December 13, 2015 Best Actress Brie Larson Nominated [62]
Best Adapted Screenplay Emma Donoghue Nominated
Satellite Awards February 21, 2016 Best Motion Picture Room Nominated [63][64]
Best Director Lenny Abrahamson Nominated
Best Actress in a Motion Picture Brie Larson Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Emma Donoghue Nominated
Saturn Award June 22, 2016 Best Performance by a Younger Actor Jacob Tremblay Nominated [65][66]
Best Independent Film Room Won
Screen Actors Guild Awards January 30, 2016 Outstanding Performance by a Female Role in a Leading Role Brie Larson Won [14]
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role Jacob Tremblay Nominated
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association December 21, 2015 Best Picture Room Nominated [67]
Best Actress Brie Larson Won
Best Scene "Jack's escape and rescue" Nominated
Teen Choice Awards July 31, 2016 Choice Movie Actress: Drama Brie Larson Nominated [68]
Choice Movie Actor: Drama Jacob Tremblay Nominated
Toronto Film Critics Association December 14, 2015 Best Actress Brie Larson Runner-up [69]
Toronto International Film Festival September 20, 2015 People's Choice Award Room Won [70]
Vancouver Film Critics Circle December 21, 2015 Best International Actress Brie Larson Won [71][72][73]
Best International Screenplay Emma Donoghue Nominated
January 6, 2016 Best Canadian Film Room Won
Best Actor in a Canadian Film Jacob Tremblay Won
Best Actress in a Canadian Film Brie Larson Won
Best Supporting Actress in a Canadian Film Joan Allen Nominated
Best Screenplay for a Canadian Film Emma Donoghue Won
Best Director of a Canadian Film Lenny Abrahamson Nominated
Vancouver International Film Festival October 12, 2015 Most Popular Canadian Feature Film Award Room Won [74]
Warsaw International Film Festival October 16, 2015 Audience Award Room Won [75]
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association December 7, 2015 Best Actress Brie Larson Nominated [76]
Best Youth Performance Jacob Tremblay Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Emma Donoghue Won
Women Film Critics Circle December 17, 2015 Best Woman Storyteller Emma Donoghue Nominated [77][78]
Best Young Actress Brie Larson Won
Best Screen Couple Brie Larson, and Jacob Tremblay Won[c]
Courage in Acting Brie Larson Nominated

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Shared with Remember
  2. ^ Shared with Abraham Attah for Beasts of No Nation
  3. ^ Shared with Charlotte Rampling, and Tom Courtenay for 45 Years

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