List of accolades received by The Danish Girl (film)

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List of accolades received by
The Danish Girl
A photograph of Alicia Vikander at the Guldbagge Awards.
Alicia Vikander received several awards and nominations for her performance in the film.
Total number of awards and nominations
Totals 18 69
References

The Danish Girl is a 2015 British-American biographical romantic drama film directed by Tom Hooper. It is an adaptation of the 2000 fictional novel of the same name by David Ebershoff, which was loosely based on the life of Danish painter Lili Elbe, one of the earliest recipients of gender reassignment surgery.[1] Eddie Redmayne stars as Elbe, Alicia Vikander plays Danish painter Gerda Wegener, with Matthias Schoenaerts, and Ben Whishaw featuring in supporting roles.[2] The film premiered at the 72nd Venice International Film Festival on 5 September 2015, where it received the Queer Lion. Focus Features initially provided the film a limited release at four theaters on 27 November 2015 before expanding to over 700 theaters in the United States and Canada on 22 January 2016. The Danish Girl grossed a worldwide box office total of over $64 million on a production budget of $15 million.[3][4] Rotten Tomatoes, a review aggregator surveyed 208 reviews and judged 69 percent to be positive.[5]

The Danish Girl gained awards and nominations in a variety of categories with particular praise for the performances of Vikander and Redmayne. The film received four nominations at the 88th Academy Awards with Vikander winning the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.[6] At the 69th British Academy Film Awards, it gained five nominations including Best British Film, Best Actor for Redmayne, and Best Actress for Vikander.[7] Both Redmayne and Vikander were nominated at the 73rd Golden Globe Awards.[8] Vikander also received a Screen Actors Guild Award for her performance.[9]

At the 21st Critics' Choice Awards, the film gained five nominations with Vikander winning for Best Supporting Actress.[10][11] It received seven nominations at the 20th Satellite Awards including Best Director for Hooper, Best Actor for Redmayne, and Vikander won for Best Supporting Actress.[12][13] She also received the Empire Award for Best Actress, and the Palm Springs International Film Festival's Rising Star Award.[14][15]

Accolades

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Result Ref(s)
AACTA Awards 9 December 2015 Best Actor – International Eddie Redmayne Nominated [16]
Best Supporting Actress – International Alicia Vikander Nominated
Academy Awards 28 February 2016 Best Actor Eddie Redmayne Nominated [6][17]
Best Supporting Actress Alicia Vikander Won
Best Costume Design Paco Delgado Nominated
Best Production Design Eve Stewart and Michael Standish Nominated
Alliance of Women Film Journalists 13 January 2016 Best Actor Eddie Redmayne Nominated [18][19]
Best Breakthrough Performance Alicia Vikander Won[a]
Movie You Wanted To Love, But Just Couldn't The Danish Girl Won
Art Directors Guild 31 January 2016 Excellence in Production Design for a Period Film Eve Stewart Nominated [20]
BAFTA Awards 14 February 2016 Best British Film The Danish Girl Nominated [7]
Best Actor Eddie Redmayne Nominated
Best Actress Alicia Vikander Nominated
Best Costume Design Paco Delgado Nominated
Best Makeup and Hair Jan Sewell Nominated
British Independent Film Awards 6 December 2015 Best Actress Alicia Vikander Nominated [21]
Casting Society of America 21 January 2016 Feature Film Studio or Independent Drama Nina Gold Nominated [22]
Chicago Film Critics Association 16 December 2015 Best Actor Eddie Redmayne Nominated [23]
Costume Designers Guild 23 February 2016 Excellence in Period Film Paco Delgado Won [24]
Critics' Choice Movie Awards 17 January 2016 Best Actor Eddie Redmayne Nominated [10][11]
Best Supporting Actress Alicia Vikander Won
Best Production Design Eve Stewart, and Michael Standish Nominated
Best Costume Design Paco Delgado Nominated
Best Hair and Makeup The Danish Girl Nominated
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association 14 December 2015 Best Actor Eddie Redmayne 3rd Place [25]
Best Supporting Actress Alicia Vikander 4th Place
Detroit Film Critics Society 14 December 2015 Best Supporting Actress Alicia Vikander Won [26][27]
Best Breakthrough Alicia Vikander Won[b]
Dorian Awards 19 January 2016 Performance of the Year – Actor Eddie Redmayne Nominated [28][29]
LGBTQ Film of the Year The Danish Girl Nominated
Visually Striking Film of the Year The Danish Girl Nominated
Empire Awards 20 March 2016 Best Actress Alicia Vikander Won [30][14]
Best Makeup and Hairstyling The Danish Girl Nominated
Florida Film Critics Circle 23 December 2015 Best Actor Alicia Vikander Nominated [31][32]
Breakout Award Alicia Vikander Runner-up[c]
GLAAD Media Award 2 April 2016 Outstanding Film – Wide Release The Danish Girl Nominated [33]
Golden Globe Awards 10 January 2016 Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama Eddie Redmayne Nominated [8]
Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama Alicia Vikander Nominated
Best Original Score Alexandre Desplat Nominated
Hollywood Film Awards 1 November 2015 Hollywood Director Award Tom Hooper Won [34]
Hollywood Breakout Actress Award Alicia Vikander Won
Houston Film Critics Society 9 January 2016 Best Supporting Actress Alicia Vikander Nominated [35][36]
New York Film Critics Online 6 December 2015 Best Breakthrough Performance Alicia Vikander Won[d] [37]
Online Film Critics Society 13 December 2015 Best Supporting Actress Alicia Vikander Nominated [38]
Palm Springs International Film Festival 2 January 2016 Rising Star Award Alicia Vikander Won [15]
San Diego Film Critics Society 14 December 2015 Best Supporting Actress Alicia Vikander Nominated [39][40]
Breakthrough Artist Alicia Vikander Runner-up
Best Body of Work Alicia Vikander Won[e]
San Francisco Film Critics Circle 13 December 2015 Best Supporting Actress Alicia Vikander Nominated [41]
Satellite Awards 21 February 2016 Best Director Tom Hooper Nominated [12][13]
Best Actor Eddie Redmayne Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Alicia Vikander Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Lucinda Coxon Nominated
Best Original Score Alexandre Desplat Nominated
Best Art Direction and Production Design Eve Stewart Nominated
Best Costume Design Paco Delgado Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards 30 January 2016 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role Eddie Redmayne Nominated [9]
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role Alicia Vikander Won
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association 21 December 2015 Best Actor Eddie Redmayne Nominated [42]
Best Actress Alicia Vikander Nominated
Best Art Direction The Danish Girl Runner-up[f]
Teen Choice Awards 31 July 2016 Choice Movie Actress: Drama Alicia Vikander Nominated [43]
Vancouver Film Critics Circle 21 December 2015 Best International Actor Eddie Redmayne Nominated [44][45]
Best International Actress Alicia Vikander Nominated
Venice International Film Festival 11 September 2015 Queer Lion Tom Hooper Won [46]
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association 7 December 2015 Best Actor Eddie Redmayne Nominated [47]
Best Supporting Actress Alicia Vikander Nominated
Women Film Critics Circle 17 December 2015 Best Actor Eddie Redmayne Won [48][49]
The Invisible Woman Award Alicia Vikander Won

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Also for Ex Machina and Testament of Youth
  2. ^ Also for Ex Machina
  3. ^ Also for Ex Machina
  4. ^ Also for Ex Machina
  5. ^ Also for Ex Machina, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., and Burnt
  6. ^ Tied with Brooklyn and Carol

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