List of accolades received by Up

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List of awards won by Up
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Pete Docter won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature.
Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 38 66
Footnotes

Up is a 2009 computer-animated film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. The film, which premiered on May 29, 2009, in North America, became the first animated 3D film to open the Cannes Film Festival.[1] It was directed by Pete Docter, co-directed by Bob Peterson, and produced by Jonas Rivera.[2] The film centers on an elderly widower, named Carl Fredricksen, and a young Wilderness Explorer, named Russell, who fly to South America in a house suspended by helium balloons. The movie received both critical acclaim and box office success, opening in 3,766 theaters in the US, debuting at number one with $68,108,790 and grossing over $731 million worldwide.[3]

It garnered various awards and nominations, most of them for the "Best Animated Picture" category and for the film's score. Up was nominated for five Academy Awards at the 2010 Ceremony, winning two, for Best Animated Feature and for Best Original Score. It was the second fully animated film to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture; the other was Beauty and the Beast (1991).[4] Up became the third consecutive Pixar film to win the Academy Award for Animated Feature, after Ratatouille and WALL-E.[5] The film also won the Golden Globe for Best Original Score and the Best Animated Feature Film at the 67th Golden Globe Awards. It received the Golden Tomato, from the website Rotten Tomatoes, for highest rating feature in 2009,[6] with an approval of 98 percent from film critics, based on 259 reviews.[7]

The movie received nine nominations for the Annie Awards in eight categories, winning two awards for Best Animated Feature and Best Directing in a Feature Production. It also was selected as the Summer Movie Comedy at the 2009 Teen Choice Awards, and was also nominated for three Grammys at 52nd Grammy Awards, winning two of them. Rivera received the Motion Pictures Motion Picture Producer of the Year Award, for Animated Theatrical Motion Pictures, given by the Producers Guild of America, while Docter, Peterson and Giacchino were honored with British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) awards for their work on the film. Furthermore, the film was nominated at the 2009 Satellite Awards in the categories "Best Animated or Mixed Media Film", "Best Original Screenplay" and "Best Original Score".

Awards and nominations

Awards
Award Date of ceremony Category Recipients and nominees Outcome
Academy Awards[8] March 7, 2010 Best Picture Jonas Rivera Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Pete Docter, Tom McCarthy, and Bob Peterson
Best Animated Feature Pete Docter Won
Best Original Score Michael Giacchino
Best Sound Editing Tom Myers and Michael Silvers Nominated
Annie Awards[9][10][11] February 6, 2010 Best Animated Feature Pete Docter and Bob Peterson Won
Best Animated Effects Eric Froemling Nominated
Best Character Animation in a Feature Production Daniel Nguyen
Best Character Design in a Feature Production Daniel López Muñoz
Best Directing in a Feature Production Pete Docter Won
Best Music in a Feature Production Michael Giacchino Nominated
Best Storyboarding in a Feature Production Ronnie Del Carmen
Peter Sohn
Best Writing in a Feature Production Pete Docter, Tom McCarthy, and Bob Peterson
Artios Awards[12] November 2, 2009 Outstanding Achievement in Casting – Animation Feature Natalie Lyon and Kevin Reher Won
Austin Film Critics Award[13] December 15, 2009 Best Animated Film
Best Music Michael Giacchino
Blimper Award[14] March 27, 2010 Favorite Animated Movie
British Academy Film Awards[15] February 21, 2010 Best Animated Film Pete Docter and Bob Peterson
Best Film Music Michael Giacchino
Best Original Screenplay Pete Docter and Bob Peterson Nominated
Best Sound Tom Myers, Michael Semanick, and Michael Silvers
Chicago Film Critics Association Awards[16] December 21, 2009 Best Animated Feature Won
Best Original Score Michael Giacchino
Best Original Screenplay Bob Peterson Nominated
Critics Choice Awards[17] January 15, 2010 Best Animated Feature Won
Best Picture Nominated
Best Score Michael Giacchino Won
Best Original Screenplay Pete Docter and Bob Peterson Nominated
Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards[18][19] December 16, 2009 Best Animated Film Won
Eddie Awards[20] February 14, 2010 Best Edited Animated Feature Film Kevin Nolting
East West Players[21] April 19, 2010 Breakout Performance Award Jordan Nagai
EWP Visionary Award Pixar
Florida Film Critics Circle Awards[22] December 21, 2009 Best Animated Feature
Golden Globe Awards[23] January 17, 2010 Best Animated Feature Film Pete Docter and Bob Peterson
Best Original Score Michael Giacchino
Golden Reel Awards[24] February 20, 2010 Best Sound Editing – Sound Effects, Foley, Music, Dialogue and ADR Animation in a Feature Film
Golden Tomatoes Awards[6] January 10, 2010 Wide Release
Grammy Awards[25][26] January 31, 2010 Best Instrumental Arrangement Michael Giacchino and Tim Simonec Nominated
Best Instrumental Composition Michael Giacchino Won
Best Score Soundtrack Album
Hugo Awards[27] September 5, 2010 Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form Pete Docter, Tom McCarthy, and Bob Peterson Nominated
Irish Film and Television Awards[28] February 20, 2010 Best International Film
Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards[29] January 3, 2010 Best Animated Film Won
Motion Picture Producer of the Year Award[30] January 24, 2010 Animated Theatrical Motion Pictures Jonas Rivera
Theatrical Motion Pictures Nominated
National Board of Review of Motion Pictures Awards[31] January 14, 2010 Best Animated Feature Won
Online Film Critics Society Awards[32][33] January 6, 2010 Best Animated Film
Best Original Score Michael Giacchino
Best Picture Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Bob Peterson
Palm Dog Award[34] May 22, 2009 Best Canine Performance during the Cannes Film Festival. "Dug" Won
Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards[35] December 22, 2009 Best Animated Film
Best Original Score Michael Giacchino
Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen Pete Docter and Bob Peterson
Satellite Awards[36] December 20, 2009 Best Animated or Mixed Media Feature Nominated
Best Original Screenplay
Best Original Score Michael Giacchino
Saturn Awards[37] June 24, 2010 Best Animated Film Pete Docter
Best Music Michael Giacchino
Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards[38] December 13, 2009 Best Animated Feature Won
Teen Choice Awards[39] August 9, 2009 Choice Summer Movie: Comedy
Visual Effects Society[40] February 10, 2010 Outstanding Animation in an Animated Feature Motion Picture Gary Bruins, Pete Docter, Steve May, and Jonas Rivera
Outstanding Animated Character in an Animated Feature Motion Picture Ed Asner, Carmen Ngai, Brian Tindall, and Ron Zorman
Outstanding Effects Animation in an Animated Feature Motion Picture Alexis Angelidis, Eric Froemling, Jason Johnston, and Jon Reisch
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Awards[41] December 7, 2009 Best Animated Feature
Best Film Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Pete Docter and Bob Peterson
Women Film Critics Circle[42] December 9, 2009 Best Family Film Won

See also

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