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List of awards and nominations received by Joaquin Phoenix

The following is a list of awards and nominations received by American actor Joaquin Phoenix. For his work as an artist, he received nominations for three Academy Awards, three British Academy Film Awards, four Screen Actors Guild Awards, five Golden Globe Awards, three Critics Choice Awards, and has won a Golden Globe Award, a Independent Spirit Award, a Grammy Award and awards from the Venice Film Festival, Los Angeles Film Critics Association and the National Board of Review. He and his late brother River Phoenix hold the distinction of being the first and only brothers to get nominated for acting Academy Awards.[1]

List of Joaquin Phoenix awards

Phoenix at the New York Film Festival in 2014.

Award Wins Nominations
Academy Awards
0 3
BAFTA Awards
0 3
SAG Awards
0 4
Golden Globes
1 5
Critics Choice Awards
1 3
Grammy Awards
1 1

Contents

  • Industry Awards 1
    • Academy Awards 1.1
    • AACTA International Awards 1.2
    • ALMA Awards 1.3
    • BAFTA Awards 1.4
    • British Independent Film Awards 1.5
    • Golden Globes 1.6
    • Grammy Awards 1.7
    • Independent Spirit Awards 1.8
    • Irish Film & Television Awards 1.9
    • National Board of Review 1.10
    • Satellite Awards 1.11
    • Saturn Awards 1.12
    • Screen Actors Guild Awards 1.13
  • Critics' awards 2
    • Austin Film Critics Association 2.1
    • Critics' Choice Movie Awards 2.2
    • London Film Critics' Circle 2.3
    • Los Angeles Film Critics Association 2.4
    • National Society of Film Critics 2.5
    • New York Film Critics Circle 2.6
      • Other critics' awards 2.6.1
    • Film Festival Awards 2.7
      • Hollywood Film Festival 2.7.1
      • San Diego Film Festival 2.7.2
      • Venice Film Festival 2.7.3
    • Other film awards 2.8
      • People's Choice Awards 2.8.1
  • References 3

Industry Awards

Academy Awards

The Academy Awards (Oscars) are presented by the American Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS).[2]
Academy Awards
Year Nominated work Category Result
2001 Gladiator Best Supporting Actor Nominated
2006 Walk the Line Best Actor Nominated
2013 The Master Best Actor Nominated

AACTA International Awards

The Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts International Awards are presented by the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA).[3]
AACTA International Award
Year Nominated work Category Result
2013 The Master Best Actor Nominated

ALMA Awards

The American Latino Media Arts Award are presented by the National Council of La Raza.[4]
ALMA Awards
Year Nominated work Category Result
2009 Two Lovers Year in Film – Actor Nominated

BAFTA Awards

The British Academy Film Awards are presented by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA). They are the UK equivalent to the Oscars.[5]
British Academy Film Awards
Year Nominated work Category Result
2001 Gladiator Best Supporting Actor Nominated
2006 Walk The Line Best Leading Actor Nominated
2013 The Master Best Leading Actor Nominated

British Independent Film Awards

The British Independent Film Awards are awards dedicated to British independent film.

[6]
British Independent Film Awards
Year Nominated work Category Result
2003 Buffalo Soldiers Best Actor Nominated

Golden Globes

The Golden Globe Awards are presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA).

[7]
Golden Globe Awards
Year Nominated work Category Result
2001 Gladiator Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture Nominated
2006 Walk the Line Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Won
2013 The Master Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama Nominated
2014 Her Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Nominated
2015 Inherent Vice Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Nominated

Grammy Awards

The Grammy Awards are presented by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS).

[8]
Grammy Awards
Year Nominated work Category Result
2007 Walk The Line (shared with T Bone Burnett & Mike Piersante) Grammy Award for Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media Won

Independent Spirit Awards

The Independent Spirit Awards are awards dedicated to Independent film.

[9]
Independent Spirit Awards
Year Nominated work Category Result
2015 Inherent Vice Robert Altman Award (shared with cast of Inherent Vice Won

Irish Film & Television Awards

The Irish Film & Television Awards are presented by the Irish Film & Television Academy (IFTA).

[10]
Irish Film & Television Awards
Year Nominated work Category Result
2013 The Master Best International Actor Nominated

National Board of Review

The National Board of Review are presented by its members

[11]
National Board of Review
Year Nominated work Category Result
2000 The Yards / Gladiator / Quills Best Supporting Actor Won

Satellite Awards

The Satellite Awards are presented by International Press Academy.

[12]
Satellite Awards
Year Nominated work Category Result
2001 Gladiator Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture, Drama Nominated
2005 Walk the Line Best Actor – Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical Nominated
2012 The Master Best Actor – Motion Picture Nominated

Saturn Awards

The Saturn Award are presented by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films.

[13]
Saturn Awards
Year Nominated work Category Result
2014 Her Best Actor – Motion Picture Nominated

Screen Actors Guild Awards

The Screen Actors Guild Awards are presented by Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA).

[14]
Screen Actors Guild Awards
Year Nominated work Category Result
2001 Gladiator Outstanding Supporting Actor Nominated
Outstanding Cast Nominated
2005 Hotel Rwanda Outstanding Cast Nominated
2006 Walk the Line Outstanding Leading Actor Nominated

Critics' awards

Austin Film Critics Association

Austin Film Critics Association Awards
Year Nominated work Category Result
2013[15] The Master Best Actor Won

Critics' Choice Movie Awards

Broadcast Film Critics Association Award
Year Nominated work Category Result
2001[16] The Yards / Gladiator / Quills Best Supporting Actor Won
2006[17] Walk the Line Best Actor Nominated
2013[18] The Master Best Actor Nominated

London Film Critics' Circle

London Film Critics' Circle
Year Nominated work Category Result
2013[19] The Master Actor of the Year Won

Los Angeles Film Critics Association

Los Angeles Film Critics Association
Year Nominated work Category Result
2013[20] The Master Best Actor Won

National Society of Film Critics

National Society of Film Critics
Year Nominated work Category Result
2013[21] The Master Best Actor Runner-up
2015[22] Inherent Vice Best Actor 3rd Place

New York Film Critics Circle

New York Film Critics Circle
Year Nominated work Category Result
2013[23] The Master Best Actor 3rd Place

Other critics' awards

Alliance of Women Film Journalists Awards
Year Nominated work Category Result
2012[24] The Master Best Actor Nominated
2013[25] Her Best Actor Nominated
Best Depiction of Nudity, Sexuality, or Seduction (shared with Scarlett Johansson)[26] Won

Film Festival Awards

Hollywood Film Festival

Hollywood Film Festival Award
Year Nominated work Category Result
2005[27] Walk the Line Actor of the Year Won

San Diego Film Festival

San Diego Film Festival
Year Nominated work Category Result
2005[28] Earthlings Humanitarian Award Won

Venice Film Festival

Venice Film Festival
Year Nominated work Category Result
2012[29] The Master Venice Film Festival Volpi Cup for Best Actor (shared with Philip Seymour Hoffman) Won

Other film awards

People's Choice Awards

[30][31]
People's Choice Awards
Year Nominated work Category Result
2008 We Own the Night Favorite Leading Man Won

References

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  2. ^ http://awardsdatabase.oscars.org/
  3. ^ Silver Linings Playbook' Leads Aussie Academy’s International Awards Noms"'".  
  4. ^ "Alma Awards announce nominations".  
  5. ^ http://awards.bafta.org/
  6. ^ Dams, Tim (23 September 2003). "Dirty Pretty Things leads BIFA nominations".  
  7. ^ "Joaquin Phoenix".  
  8. ^ "20 People You Won't Believe Have Grammys".  
  9. ^ "30th FILM INDEPENDENT SPIRIT AWARDS NOMINATIONS ANNOUNCED".  
  10. ^ Argo' Wins Top International Nod at Irish Film and Television Awards"'".  
  11. ^ Goodridge, Mike (7 December 2000). "Quills named best film by National Board of Review".  
  12. ^ "International Press Academy". Retrieved 21 June 2015. 
  13. ^ "‘Gravity,’ ‘The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug’ Lead Saturn Awards Noms".  
  14. ^ "Search".  
  15. ^ "2012 Awards".  
  16. ^ Goodridge, Mike (7 December 2000). "Quills named best film by National Board of Review".  
  17. ^ "The 11th Critics' Choice Awards Winners and Nominees" ( 
  18. ^ "Silver Linings Playbook, Ben Affleck Clean Up At Critics Choice Awards". CinemaBlend. 10 January 2013. Retrieved 22 June 2015. 
  19. ^ "London Critics' Circle Awards: Joaquin Phoenix Wins, Thinks Daniel Day-Lewis May Have Been Better Choice".  
  20. ^ Amour,' 'The Master' Lead LA Film Critics Association Awards"'".  
  21. ^ "Amour’ named best picture by National Society of Film Critics".  
  22. ^ "‘Goodbye to Language’ Wins Top National Society of Film Critics Award".  
  23. ^ "New York Film Critics Circle 2012 Awards Announced".  
  24. ^ "2012 EDA Award Nominees".  
  25. ^ "2013 EDA Award Nominees".  
  26. ^ "2013 EDA Award Winners".  
  27. ^ "Theron and Phoenix to be honoured".  
  28. ^ "I Saw Earthlings.com Cast and Crew". Isawearthlings.com. Retrieved 2010-03-17. 
  29. ^ Waxman, Sharon (September 8, 2012). "‘Pieta,’ ‘The Master’ Win Top Venice Prizes – Jury Shifts Votes". The Wrap. Retrieved September 9, 2012. 
  30. ^ "2008 Nominees & Winners".  
  31. ^ "Joaquin Phoenix: Grateful But Speechless for People's Choice Award".  
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