List of accolades received by Selma (film)

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List of accolades received by Selma
A photograph of Ava DuVernay in 2015
Ava DuVernay received many awards and nominations for directing the film.
Total number of awards and nominations
Totals 37 82
References

Selma is a 2014 American historical drama film directed by Ava DuVernay, and produced by Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, Christian Colson, and Oprah Winfrey. The screenplay was written by Paul Webb. The film follows the events leading up to and during the Selma to Montgomery marches, and the resulting establishment of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 which prohibited racial discrimination in voting in the United States. The film stars David Oyelowo as civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr., Tom Wilkinson as President Lyndon B. Johnson, and Tim Roth as Governor of Alabama George Wallace. Carmen Ejogo, Dylan Baker, Wendell Pierce, Common, and Winfrey feature in supporting roles.[1][2]

Selma premiered at the AFI Fest on November 11, 2014 in Los Angeles.[3] Paramount Pictures initially provided the film a limited release on December 25 before a wide release at over 2,100 theaters on January 9, 2015. Selma grossed a worldwide total of over $66 million on a production budget of $20 million.[4] Rotten Tomatoes, a review aggregator, surveyed 226 reviews and judged 99 percent to be positive as of June 2016.[5] The film garnered awards and nominations in a variety of categories with particular praise for its direction, Oyelowo's portrayal of King, and the song "Glory" by John Legend, and Common. At the 87th Academy Awards, Selma won for Best Original Song for "Glory" and also received a nomination for Best Picture—the first film directed by a black female director to achieve this feat.[6] The film received four nominations at the 72nd Golden Globe Awards, winning the Best Original Song award for "Glory". DuVernay's nomination for Best Director was the first for a black female director.[7]

The film received the most awards at the 46th NAACP Image Awards, winning for Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture for Oyelowo, Outstanding Directing in a Motion Picture for DuVernay, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture for Common, and Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture for Ejogo.[8] At the 2015 Black Reel Awards, Selma joint-led the nominations with Dear White People, both films receiving ten nominations.[9] It went on to win eight including Outstanding Film, Outstanding Actor – Feature for Oyelowo, and Outstanding Director – Feature for DuVernay. The American Film Institute included Selma in their list of top ten films of the year.

Accolades

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Result Ref(s)
Academy Awards February 22, 2015 Best Picture Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, Christian Colson, and Oprah Winfrey Nominated [10]
Best Original Song John Legend, and Common for "Glory" Won
African-American Film Critics Association December 8, 2014 Top Ten Films of 2014 Selma 1st Place [11]
Best Director Ava DuVernay Won
Best Actor David Oyelowo Won
Best Music John Legend, and Common for "Glory" Won
Alliance of Women Film Journalists January 12, 2015 Best Film Selma Nominated [12][13]
Best Director Ava DuVernay Nominated
Best Woman Director Ava DuVernay Won
American Film Institute December 9, 2014 Top Ten Movies of the Year Selma Won [14]
BET Awards June 28, 2015 Best Collaboration John Legend, and Common for "Glory" Won [15]
Best Movie Selma Won
Black Reel Awards February 19, 2015 Outstanding Film Selma Won [16][17]
Outstanding Actor – Feature David Oyelowo Won
Outstanding Supporting Actor – Feature Wendell Pierce Won
Outstanding Supporting Actress – Feature Carmen Ejogo Won
Outstanding Director – Feature Ava DuVernay Won
Outstanding Ensemble – Feature Aisha Coley Won
Outstanding Breakthrough Performance, Male – Feature Andre Holland Nominated
Stephan James Nominated
Outstanding Score – Feature Jason Moran Won
Outstanding Original Song – Feature John Legend, and Common for "Glory" Won
Casting Society of America January 22, 2015 Big Budget Drama Aisha Coley, and Robyn Owen Nominated [18]
Cinema for Peace February 9, 2015 Most Valuable Film of the Year Selma 1st Place [19]
Costume Designers Guild February 17, 2015 Excellence in Period Film Ruth E. Carter Nominated [20]
Critics' Choice Movie Awards January 15, 2015 Best Picture Selma Nominated [21][22]
Best Director Ava DuVernay Nominated
Best Actor David Oyelowo Nominated
Best Acting Ensemble Selma Nominated
Best Song John Legend, and Common for "Glory" Won
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association December 15, 2014 Top Ten Films of the Year Selma Won [23]
Best Director Ava DuVernay 5th Place
Dorian Awards January 20, 2015 Film Director of the Year Ava DuVernay Won [24]
Golden Globe Awards January 11, 2015 Best Actor in a Drama Motion Picture David Oyelowo Nominated [25][26]
Best Director Ava DuVernay Nominated
Best Drama Motion Picture Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, Christian Colson, and Oprah Winfrey Nominated
Best Original Song John Legend, and Common for "Glory" Won
Grammy Awards February 18, 2016 Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media Selma Nominated [27]
Best Song Written for Visual Media John Legend, and Common for "Glory" Won
Hamptons International Film Festival October 10, 2015 Variety's 10 Actors to Watch Tessa Thompson Won [28]
Houston Film Critics Society January 12, 2015 Best Picture Selma Nominated [29]
Best Original Song John Legend, and Common for "Glory" Nominated
Independent Spirit Awards February 21, 2015 Best Film Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, Christian Colson, and Oprah Winfrey Nominated [30]
Best Director Ava DuVernay Nominated
Best Actor David Oyelowo Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Carmen Ejogo Nominated
Best Cinematography Bradford Young Nominated
Los Angeles Film Critics Association December 7, 2014 New Generation Award Ava DuVernay Won [31]
Motion Picture Sound Editors February 15, 2015 Feature Music Julie Pearce, and Clint Bennett Nominated [32]
MTV Movie Awards April 12, 2015 Movie of the Year Selma Nominated [33]
Breakthrough Performance David Oyelowo Nominated
NAACP Image Award February 6, 2015 Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture David Oyelowo Won [8][34][35]
Outstanding Directing in a Motion Picture Ava DuVernay Nominated
Outstanding Motion Picture Selma Won
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture Andre Holland Nominated
Common Won
Wendell Pierce Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture Carmen Ejogo Won
Oprah Winfrey Nominated
National Board of Review December 2, 2014 Freedom of Expression Award Selma Won [36]
New York Film Critics Online December 7, 2014 Top Ten Pictures Selma Won [37]
Online Film Critics Society December 15, 2014 Best Picture Selma Nominated [38]
Best Director Ava DuVernay Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Paul Webb Nominated
Palm Springs International Film Festival January 3, 2015 Best Narrative Feature Selma Won [39][40][41]
Breakthrough Performance Award David Oyelowo Won
Variety's 10 Directors to Watch Ava DuVernay Won
San Diego Film Critics Society December 15, 2014 Best Film Selma Nominated [42]
Best Ensemble Selma Nominated
Santa Barbara International Film Festival February 1, 2015 Virtuosos Award David Oyelowo Won [43]
Satellite Awards February 15, 2015 Best Film Selma Nominated [44]
Best Director Ava DuVernay Nominated
Best Actor – Motion Picture David Oyelowo Nominated
Best Screenplay – Original Paul Webb Nominated
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association December 15, 2014 Best Scene "Church Bombing" Nominated [45]
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association December 8, 2014 Best Film Selma Nominated [46]
Best Director Ava DuVernay Nominated
Best Actor David Oyelowo Nominated
Best Ensemble Selma Nominated
The Joe Barber Award for Best Portrayal of Washington, DC Selma Nominated
Women Film Critics Circle December 16, 2014 Best Movie by a Woman Selma Won [47]
Best Female Action Star Oprah Winfrey Won

See also

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