List of awards and nominations received by The King's Speech

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List of awards and nominations received by The King's Speech
A man and woman standing side by side

Colin Firth (left) and Helena Bonham Carter in a scene from The King's Speech

Total number of awards and nominations
Totals 70 185
References

The King's Speech is a 2010 British historical drama film directed by Tom Hooper, from a script by David Seidler. The film stars Colin Firth as George (both Duke of York and later king), Helena Bonham Carter as his wife Queen Elizabeth, and Geoffrey Rush as the speech therapist Lionel Logue.[1] The film focuses on the attempts by George to overcome his stutter, a process in which Logue was instrumental.

The King's Speech premiered on 6 September 2010 at the Telluride Film Festival in the United States,[2] and was released in the UK on 7 January 2011.[3] The film grossed a worldwide total at the box office of over $414 million on a production budget of £8 million ($15 million).[4][5] After five weeks on UK release, it was identified as the most successful independent British film ever.[5] It appeared in the Top Ten lists of more than twenty reviewers for the best films of 2010.[6]

At the 83rd Academy Awards, the film received a total of twelve award nominations, more than any other film,[7] and won four: Best Picture, Best Director (Hooper), Best Original Screenplay (Seidler), and Best Actor (Firth).[8] At the 68th Golden Globe Awards, the film received seven nominations, more than any other nominee, but only Firth won an award, for Best Actor.[9] Hooper also won for Best Director at the 63rd Directors Guild of America Awards.[10] At the 17th Screen Actors Guild Awards, Firth won the Best Actor award and the cast won Best Ensemble.[11] At the 64th British Academy Film Awards, it won seven awards out of fourteen nominations, more than any other film,[12] consisting of Best Film, Outstanding British Film, Best Actor (Firth), Best Supporting Actor (Rush), Best Supporting Actress (Bonham Carter), Best Original Screenplay (Seidler), and Best Music (Alexandre Desplat).[13]

Accolades

The director Tom Hooper in 2011
Top: Colin Firth in 2009; Middle: Geoffrey Rush in 2011; Bottom: Helena Bonham Carter in 2011
Award Date of ceremony Category Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Result Ref.
Academy Awards 27 February 2011 Best Picture Iain Canning, Emile Sherman, Gareth Unwin Won [8]
Best Film Editing Tariq Anwar Nominated
Best Art Direction Eve Stewart, Judy Farr Nominated
Best Costume Design Jenny Beavan Nominated
Best Sound Mixing Paul Hamblin, Martin Jensen, John Midgley Nominated
Best Actor in a Leading Role Colin Firth Won
Best Director Tom Hooper Won
Best Actor in a Supporting Role Geoffrey Rush Nominated
Best Actress in a Supporting Role Helena Bonham Carter Nominated
Best Original Screenplay David Seidler Won
Best Original Score Alexandre Desplat Nominated
Best Cinematography Danny Cohen Nominated
Alliance of Women Film Journalists Awards 10 January 2011 Best Film Nominated [14][15]
Best Original Screenplay David Seidler Nominated
Best Ensemble Cast Nominated
Best Director Tom Hooper Nominated
Best Actor Colin Firth Won
Best Supporting Actress Helena Bonham Carter Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Geoffrey Rush Nominated
American Cinema Editors 19 February 2011 Best Edited Feature Film – Dramatic Tariq Anwar Nominated [16]
American Film Institute Awards 14 January 2011 AFI Special Award Won [17]
American Society of Cinematographers 13 February 2011 Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Theatrical Releases Danny Cohen Nominated [18]
Art Directors Guild 5 February 2011 Excellence in Production Design for a Period Film Eve Stewart Won [19]
Austin Film Critics Association 22 December 2010 Best Actor Colin Firth Won [20]
British Academy of Film and Television Arts 13 February 2011 Best Film Won [13]
Outstanding British Film Won
Best Editing Tariq Anwar Nominated
Best Production Design Eve Stewart, Judy Farr Nominated
Best Costume Design Jenny Beavan Nominated
Best Sound John Midgley, Lee Walpole, Paul Hamblin, Martin Jensen Nominated
Best Makeup and Hair Frances Hannon Nominated
Best Actor in a Leading Role Colin Firth Won
Best Direction Tom Hooper Nominated
Best Actor in a Supporting Role Geoffrey Rush Won
Best Actress in a Supporting Role Helena Bonham Carter Won
Best Original Screenplay David Seidler Won
Best Film Music Alexandre Desplat Won
Best Cinematography Danny Cohen Nominated
British Independent Film Awards 5 December 2010 Best British Independent Film Won [21]
Best Actor Colin Firth Won
Best Director Tom Hooper Nominated
Best Screenplay David Seidler Won
Best Supporting Actor Geoffrey Rush Won
Best Supporting Actor Guy Pearce Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Helena Bonham Carter Won
The Richard Harris Award Helena Bonham Carter Won
Best Technical Achievement – Production Design Eve Stewart Nominated
Chicago Film Critics Association Awards 19 December 2011 Best Film Nominated [22]
Best Original Screenplay David Seidler Nominated
Best Actor Colin Firth Won
Best Supporting Actress Helena Bonham Carter Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Geoffrey Rush Nominated
Best Director Tom Hooper Nominated
Costume Designers Guild 22 February 2011 Excellence in Period Film Jenny Beavan Won [23]
Critics' Choice Movie Award 14 January 2011 Best Film Nominated [24]
Best Acting Ensemble Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Helena Bonham Carter Nominated
Best Actor Colin Firth Won
Best Supporting Actor Geoffrey Rush Nominated
Best Director Tom Hooper Nominated
Best Original Screenplay David Seidler Won
Best Cinematography Danny Cohen Nominated
Best Art Direction Netty Chapman Nominated
Best Costume Design Jenny Beavan Nominated
Best Score Alexandre Desplat Nominated
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association 17 December 2010 Best Film Nominated [25]
Best Director Tom Hooper Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Helena Bonham Carter Nominated
Best Actor Colin Firth Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Geoffrey Rush Nominated
David di Donatello 6 May 2011 Best European Film Won [26]
Denver Film Critics Society 28 January 2011 Best Film Nominated [27]
Best Original Screenplay David Seidler Nominated
Best Actor Colin Firth Won
Best Supporting Actress Helena Bonham Carter Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Geoffrey Rush Nominated
Detroit Film Critics Society 16 December 2010 Best Film Nominated [28]
Best Ensemble Nominated
Best Director Tom Hooper Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Helena Bonham Carter Nominated
Best Actor Colin Firth Won
Best Supporting Actor Geoffrey Rush Nominated
Directors Guild of America 29 January 2011 Outstanding Directing – Feature Film Tom Hooper Won [10]
Empire Awards 27 March 2011 Best British Film Nominated [29]
Best Film Nominated
Best Actor Colin Firth Won
Best Actress Helena Bonham Carter Nominated
Best Director Tom Hooper Nominated
European Film Awards 3 December 2011 Best Actor Colin Firth Won [30]
Best Composer Alexandre Desplat Nominated
Best Editor Tariq Anwar Won
People's Choice Award for Best European Film Won
Evening Standard British Film Awards 7 February 2011 Best Film Nominated [31]
Best Actor Colin Firth Nominated
Technical Achievement Award Jenny Beavan Nominated
Film Independent Spirit Awards 26 February 2011 Best Foreign Film Won [32]
Florida Film Critics Circle Awards 20 December 2010 Best Actor Colin Firth Won [33]
Golden Globe Awards 16 January 2011 Best Motion Picture – Drama Nominated [9]
Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama Colin Firth Won
Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture Drama Helena Bonham Carter Nominated
Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture Drama Geoffrey Rush Nominated
Best Director Tom Hooper Nominated
Best Screenplay David Seidler Nominated
Best Original Score Alexandre Desplat Nominated
Goya Awards 13 February 2011 Best European Film Tom Hooper Won [34]
Hamptons International Film Festival 10 October 2010 Audience Award (Narrative) Tom Hooper Won [35]
Hollywood Film Festival 25 October 2010 Best Supporting Actress Helena Bonham Carter Won [36]
Houston Film Critics Society 18 December 2010 Best Picture Nominated [37]
Best Supporting Actress Helena Bonham Carter Nominated
Best Actor Colin Firth Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Geoffrey Rush Nominated
International Film Music Critics Association 24 February 2011 Film Score of the Year Alexandre Desplat Nominated [38]
Best Score for a Drama Film Alexandre Desplat Won
Italian Online Movie Awards 8 May 2011 Best Picture Nominated [39]
Best Original Screenplay David Seidler Nominated
Best Film Editing Tariq Anwar Nominated
Best Score Alexandre Desplat Nominated
Best Director Tom Hooper Nominated
Best Actor Colin Firth Won
Best Supporting Actor Geoffrey Rush Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Helena Bonham Carter Won
Leeds International Film Festival 22 November 2010 Audience Award for Feature Film Won [40]
London Film Critics' Circle Awards 10 February 2011 Film of the Year Nominated [41][42]
British Film of the Year Won
Actor of the Year Colin Firth Won
British Actor of the Year Colin Firth Nominated
British Actress of the Year Helena Bonham Carter Nominated
British Director of the Year Tom Hooper Won
Screenwriter of the Year David Seidler Nominated
Los Angeles Film Critics Association 12 December 2010 Best Actor Colin Firth Won [43]
Motion Picture Sound Editors 20 February 2011 Best Sound Editing: Dialogue and ADR in a Feature Film Tariq Anwar Nominated [44]
National Board of Review 2 December 2010 Top Ten Films Nominated [45][46]
National Movie Awards 11 May 2011 Best Drama Won [47]
Special Recognition Won
Performance of the Year Colin Firth Won
Helena Bonham Carter Nominated
Geoffrey Rush Nominated
National Society of Film Critics Awards 8 January 2011 Best Supporting Actor Geoffrey Rush Won [48]
Best Actor Colin Firth Nominated
Best Screenplay David Seidler Nominated
New York Film Critics Circle Awards 13 December 2010 Best Actor Colin Firth Won [49]
Online Film Critics Society Award 3 January 2011 Best Actor Colin Firth Won [50]
Best Supporting Actor Geoffrey Rush Nominated
Best Original Screenplay David Seidler Nominated
Producers Guild of America 22 January 2011 Best Theatrical Motion Picture Iain Canning, Emile Sherman, Gareth Unwin Won [51]
San Diego Film Critics Society Awards 14 December 2010 Best Film Nominated [52]
Best Actor Colin Firth Nominated
Best Original Screenplay David Seidler Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Geoffrey Rush Nominated
San Francisco Film Critics Circle Awards 13 December 2010 Best Original Screenplay David Seidler Won [53]
Best Actor Colin Firth Won
Santa Barbara International Film Festival 24 January 2011 Best Ensemble Award Won [54]
Satellite Awards 19 December 2010 Best Film – Drama Nominated [55]
Best Original Screenplay David Seidler Won
Best Director Tom Hooper Nominated
Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama Colin Firth Won
Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture Geoffrey Rush Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards 30 January 2011 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role Colin Firth Won [11]
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role Helena Bonham Carter Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role Geoffrey Rush Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Anthony Andrews, Helena Bonham Carter, Jennifer Ehle, Colin Firth, Michael Gambon, Derek Jacobi, Guy Pearce, Geoffrey Rush, Timothy Spall Won
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association 20 December 2010 Best Actor Colin Firth Won [56]
Best Supporting Actor Geoffrey Rush Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Helena Bonham Carter Nominated
Best Director Tom Hooper Nominated
Best Screenplay David Seidler Won
Best Picture Nominated
Best Artistic/Creative Film Nominated
Toronto Film Critics Association Awards 14 December 2010 Best Actor Colin Firth Nominated [57]
Best Supporting Actor Geoffrey Rush Nominated
Best Screenplay David Seidler Nominated
Toronto International Film Festival 19 September 2010 People's Choice Award Tom Hooper Won [57]
Vancouver Film Critics Circle 10 January 2011 Best Actor Colin Firth Won [58]
Best Supporting Actor Geoffrey Rush Nominated
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association 6 December 2010 Best Supporting Actress Helena Bonham Carter Nominated [59]
Best Supporting Actor Geoffrey Rush Nominated
Best Actor Colin Firth Won
Best Original Screenplay David Seidler Nominated
Women Film Critics Circle Awards 20 December 2010 Best Actor Colin Firth Won [60]
Best Male Images in a Movie Won

See also

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