List of accolades received by The Tree of Life (film)

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List of accolades received by The Tree of Life (film)
Terrence Malick at the Austin City Limits Music Festival in September 2011.

Terrence Malick (pictured in 2011) received several awards and nominations for writing and directing the film.

Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 68 140
References

The Tree of Life is a 2011 American drama film written and directed by Terrence Malick. The film stars Brad Pitt, who also co-produced the film, Sean Penn, and Jessica Chastain. It explores the origin and meaning of life through the childhood memories of a middle-aged architect, Jack O'Brien (Penn). Jack questions his faith and seeks to find the purpose to his existence, while reconciling with his domineering father (Pitt); he however shares a gentle relationship with his mother (Chastain). The film's music was composed by Alexandre Desplat, and Emmanuel Lubezki served as the cinematographer.[1][2][3]

Made on a budget of $32 million,[4] The Tree of Life premiered at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival on May 16, 2011,[5] where it was initially met with polarizing reviews from critics.[6][7] The film had its theatrical release on May 27, 2011, and earned over $54 million worldwide.[2][4] Rotten Tomatoes, a review aggregator, surveyed 261 reviews and judged 84% to be positive.[2] The film was nominated for 140 awards, winning 68; its direction, screenplay, cinematography, editing, visual effects, and music, as well as the performances of Pitt and Chastain, received the most attention from award groups.

The Tree of Life won the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival, becoming the first film from the United States to do so since Michael Moore's documentary film, Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004).[8] At the 84th Academy Awards, the film received three nominations—Best Picture, Best Director for Malick, and Best Cinematography for Lubezki.[9] The film earned four nominations at the 16th Satellite Awards: Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture for Chastain, Best Original Screenplay for Malick, Best Cinematography for Lubezki, and Best Sound; it won for supporting actress and cinematography. The film was awarded Best Picture by the African-American Film Critics Association,[10] Chicago Film Critics Association,[11][12] Online Film Critics Society,[13] San Francisco Film Critics Circle,[14] and Toronto Film Critics Association.[15] The American Film Institute, Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association, IndieWire Critic's Poll, International Online Film Critics' Poll, and Village Voice Film Poll included The Tree of Life in their listing of the year's ten best films.

Awards and nominations

Award Date of ceremony[a] Category Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Result Ref(s)
AACTA Awards January 27, 2012 Best Film – International Dede Gardner, Sarah Green, Grant Hill, Brad Pitt and Bill Pohlad Nominated [1]
[16]
[17]
Best Direction – International Terrence Malick Nominated
AARP Annual Movies for Grownups Awards February 6, 2012 Best Director Terrence Malick Nominated [18]
[19]
Academy Awards February 26, 2012 Best Picture Dede Gardner, Sarah Green, Grant Hill, Brad Pitt and Bill Pohlad Nominated [1]
[9]
Best Director Terrence Malick Nominated
Best Cinematography Emmanuel Lubezki Nominated
African-American Film Critics Association December 12, 2011 Best Picture The Tree of Life Won [10]
Alliance of Women Film Journalists January 10, 2012 Best Director Terrence Malick Nominated [20]
[21]
Best Editing Hank Corwin, Jay Rabinowitz, Daniel Rezende, Billy Weber and Mark Yoshikawa Nominated
Best Cinematography Emmanuel Lubezki Won
Best Breakthrough Performance Jessica Chastain Nominated
American Film Institute December 11, 2011 AFI Movies of the Year The Tree of Life Won [22]
[23]
American Society of Cinematographers February 12, 2012 Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Theatrical Releases Emmanuel Lubezki Won [24]
Austin Film Critics Association December 28, 2011 Best Cinematography Emmanuel Lubezki Won [25]
Bobby McCurdy Breakthrough Artist Award Jessica Chastain[b] Won
Australian Cinematographers Society May 5, 2012 Best Cinematography Emmanuel Lubezki Won [27]
[28]
Australian Film Critics Association February 15, 2012 Best Overseas Film (English Language) The Tree of Life Won [29]
[30]
Bodil Awards March 3, 2012 Best American Film The Tree of Life Nominated [31]
Boston Society of Film Critics December 11, 2011 Best Cinematography Emmanuel Lubezki Won [32]
Camerimage December 3, 2012 Main Competition Emmanuel Lubezki Nominated [33]
[34]
Cannes Film Festival May 11 – 22, 2011 Palme d'Or The Tree of Life Won [35]
Chicago Film Critics Association January 7, 2012 Best Film The Tree of Life Won [11]
[12]
Best Director Terrence Malick Won
Best Original Screenplay Terrence Malick Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Brad Pitt Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Jessica Chastain Won
Best Cinematography Emmanuel Lubezki Won
Most Promising Newcomer Hunter McCracken Nominated
Critics' Choice Movie Awards January 12, 2012 Best Picture The Tree of Life Nominated [36]
Best Cinematography Emmanuel Lubezki Won
Best Art Direction David Crank and Jack Fisk Nominated
Best Sound The Tree of Life Nominated
Best Visual Effects The Tree of Life Nominated
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association December 16, 2011 Best Film The Tree of Life 5th Place [37]
[38]
Best Director Terrence Malick 3rd Place
Best Cinematography Emmanuel Lubezki Won
David di Donatello May 4, 2012 Best Foreign Film The Tree of Life Nominated [39]
[40]
Detroit Film Critics Society December 16, 2011 Best Film The Tree of Life Nominated [41]
Best Director Terrence Malick Nominated
Breakthrough Performance Jessica Chastain[c] Won
Dorian Awards January 18, 2012 Film of the Year The Tree of Life Nominated [46]
[47]
Dublin Film Critics' Circle December 23, 2011 Best Film The Tree of Life 3rd place [42]
Best Director Terrence Malick 2nd place
Best Actress Jessica Chastain Won
International Breakthrough Award Jessica Chastain[c] Won
Florida Film Critics Circle December 19, 2011 Best Cinematography Emmanuel Lubezki Won [48]
Gold Derby Awards February 25, 2012 Best Director Terrence Malick Won [49]
Best Supporting Actor Brad Pitt Nominated
Best Cinematography Emmanuel Lubezki Won
Best Film Editing Hank Corwin, Jay Rabinowitz, Daniel Rezende, Billy Weber and Mark Yoshikawa Nominated
Best Visual Effects Bradley J. Friedman, Don Glass, Bryan Hirota, Paul Riddle and Michael Shand Nominated
Golden Schmoes Awards February 24, 2012 Trippiest of the Year The Tree of Life Won [50]
[51]
Favorite Movie Poster of the Year The Tree of Life Nominated
Best Trailer of the Year The Tree of Life Nominated
Gotham Awards November 28, 2011 Best Feature The Tree of Life[d] Won [53]
[52]
Hollywood Film Awards October 24, 2011 Best Cinemtographer Emmanuel Lubezki Won [54]
[55]
Breakthrough Actress Award Jessica Chastain[e] Won
Houston Film Critics Society December 14, 2011 Best Picture The Tree of Life Nominated [57]
[58]
Best Director Terrence Malick Nominated
Best Cinematography Emmanuel Lubezki Won
IndieWire Critic's Poll December 19, 2011 Best Film The Tree of Life Won [59]
[60]
Best Director Terrence Malick Won
Best Cinematography Emmanuel Lubezki Won
International Online Film Critics' Poll December 20, 2012 Best Film The Tree of Life Won [61]
Best Director Terrence Malick Nominated
Best Cinematography Emmanuel Lubezki Nominated
Best Visual Effects The Tree of Life Nominated
Jupiter Award March 29, 2012 Best International Actor Brad Pitt Nominated [62]
[63]
London Film Critics' Circle January 19, 2012 Film of the Year The Tree of Life Nominated [64]
[65]
Director of the Year Terrence Malick Nominated
Los Angeles Film Critics Association December 11, 2011 Best Film The Tree of Life Runner-up [26]
Best Director Terrence Malick Won
Best Supporting Actress Jessica Chastain[b] Won
Best Cinematography Emmanuel Lubezki Won
Motion Picture Sound Editors February 19, 2012 Best Sound Editing: Music in a Feature Film The Tree of Life Nominated [66]
Movieguide Awards February 10, 2012 Epiphany Prize for Most Inspiring Movie of 2011 The Tree of Life Nominated [67]
[68]
The Grace Award for Most Inspiring Performance in Movies in 2011 Jessica Chastain Nominated
The Ten Best 2011 Movies for Mature Audiences The Tree of Life 5th place
Nastro d'Argento June 30, 2012 Nastro d'Argento for Best Extraeuropean Film The Tree of Life Nominated [69]
[70]
National Board of Review December 1, 2011 Top Ten Films The Tree of Life Won [71]
National Society of Film Critics Awards January 7, 2012 Best Film The Tree of Life Runner-up [72]
Best Director Terrence Malick Won
Best Actor Brad Pitt[f] Won
Best Supporting Actress Jessica Chastain[b] Won
Best Cinematography Emmanuel Lubezki Won
New York Film Critics Circle November 29, 2011 Best Actor Brad Pitt[f] Won [43]
Best Supporting Actress Jessica Chastain[c] Won
Best Cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki Won
New York Film Critics Online December 11, 2011 Top 10 Films The Tree of Life Won [74]
Breakthrough Performer Jessica Chastain[g] Won
Best Cinematography Emmanuel Lubezki Won
Online Film Critics Society January 2, 2012 Best Picture The Tree of Life Won [13]
Best Director Terrence Malick Won
Best Supporting Actor Brad Pitt Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Jessica Chastain[b] Won
Best Original Screenplay Terrence Malick Nominated
Best Cinematography Emmanuel Lubezki Won
Best Editing Hank Corwin, Jay Rabinowitz, Daniel Rezende, Billy Weber and Mark Yoshikawa Won
Best Breakthrough Performance Jessica Chastain[b] Won
Palm Springs International Film Festival January 7, 2012 Desert Palm Achievement Award for Acting Brad Pitt[f] Won [73]
[56]
Spotlight Award Jessica Chastain[e] Won
Russian Guild of Film Critics December 22, 2011 Best Foreign Film The Tree of Life Nominated [75]
[76]
San Diego Film Critics Society December 14, 2011 Best Film The Tree of Life Nominated [77]
[78]
Best Director Terrence Malick Nominated
Best Cinematography Emmanuel Lubezki Won
Best Editing Hank Corwin, Jay Rabinowitz, Daniel Rezende, Billy Weber and Mark Yoshikawa Nominated
Best Production Design David Crank and Jack Fisk Nominated
Best Original Score Alexandre Desplat Nominated
San Francisco Film Critics Circle December 11, 2011 Best Picture The Tree of Life Won [14]
Best Director Terrence Malick Won
Best Cinematography Emmanuel Lubezki Won
San Sebastián International Film Festival September 16 – 24, 2011 FIPRESCI Grand Prix for Best Film Terrence Malick Won [79]
[80]
[81]
Satellite Awards December 18, 2011 Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture Jessica Chastain Won [82]
Best Original Screenplay Terrence Malick Won
Best Cinematography Emmanuel Lubezki Nominated
Best Sound The Tree of Life Nominated
St. Louis Film Critics Association December 12, 2011 Best Picture The Tree of Life Nominated [83]
Best Director Terrence Malick Runner-up
Best Supporting Actress Jessica Chastain Nominated
Best Screenplay Terrence Malick Nominated
Best Cinematography Emmanuel Lubezki Won
Best Music Alexandre Desplat Nominated
Best Visual Effects The Tree of Life Nominated
Sydney Film Festival June 8 – 19, 2011 Sydney Film Prize The Tree of Life Nominated [84]
[85]
Toronto Film Critics Association December 14, 2011 Best Film The Tree of Life Won [15]
Best Director Terrence Malick Won
Best Screenplay Terrence Malick[h] Runner-up
Best Supporting Actress Jessica Chastain[i] Runner-up
Vancouver Film Critics Circle January 10, 2012 Best Film The Tree of Life Nominated [44]
[45]
Best Director Terrence Malick Won
Best Supporting Actress Jessica Chastain[c] Won
Village Voice Film Poll December 21, 2011 Best Film The Tree of Life Won [86]
[87]
[88]
[89]
[90]
[91]
[92]
Best Director Terrence Malick Won
Best Actor Brad Pitt 7th place
Best Supporting Actor Brad Pitt 4th place
Best Supporting Actress Jessica Chastain 8th place
Best Screenplay Terrence Malick 24th place
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association December 5, 2011 Best Art Direction David Crank and Jack Fisk Nominated [93]
Best Cinematography Emmanuel Lubezki Won
World Soundtrack Academy October 20, 2012 Soundtrack Composer of the Year Alexandre Desplat Won [94]
[95]

Notes

  1. ^ Each date is linked to the article about the awards held that year, wherever possible.
  2. ^ a b c d e Chastain also won the award for Coriolanus, The Debt, The Help, Take Shelter, and Texas Killing Fields.[13][25][26]
  3. ^ a b c d Chastain also won the award for The Help and Take Shelter.[41][42][43][44][45]
  4. ^ Tied with Beginners (2010).[52]
  5. ^ a b Chastain also won the award for Coriolanus, The Debt, The Help, and Take Shelter.[55][56]
  6. ^ a b c Pitt also won the award for Moneyball.[43][72][73]
  7. ^ Chastain also won the award for The Debt, The Help, and Take Shelter.[74]
  8. ^ Tied with Alexander Payne, Nat Faxon, and Jim Rash for The Descendants.[15]
  9. ^ Tied with Shailene Woodley for The Descendants.[15]

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External links

  • Awards for The Tree of Life on IMDb
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