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List of accolades received by Inglourious Basterds

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Inglourious Basterds is a 2009 World War II film written and directed by Quentin Tarantino. It premiered on May 20, 2009 at the 62nd Cannes Film Festival, before being widely released in theaters in the United States and Europe in August 2009 by The Weinstein Company and Universal Studios. The film grossed over $38 million in its opening weekend, making it the box office number one.[1] Inglourious Basterds opened internationally at number one in 22 markets on 2,650 screens making $27.49 million.[2] In total, the film has grossed over $320 million worldwide, making it Tarantino's second highest-grossing film to date, behind Django Unchained (2012).[3]

Inglourious Basterds has earned various awards and nominations, with nominations in categories ranging from recognition of the screenplay to its direction and editing to the cast's acting performance, particularly Christoph Waltz's portrayal of the film's antagonist, Col. Hans Landa. The film was submitted for consideration for the Palme d'Or at the 62nd annual Cannes Film Festival, but lost to The White Ribbon.[4] Waltz was later given the Best Actor Award. Inglourious Basterds received four nominations at the 67th Golden Globe Awards ceremony and came away with the award for Best Actor In A Supporting Role In A Motion Picture.

Inglourious Basterds received eight Academy Awards nominations; the ceremony saw Waltz win for Best Supporting Actor. The film was nominated for six awards at the 63rd British Academy Film Awards, winning the Best Supporting Actor award. The film won two awards at the 16th Screen Actors Guild Awards for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role and Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. The film later went on to win four more of its nominations for Best Cast from the 15th Critics' Choice Awards, and 14th San Diego Film Critics Society Awards.

Waltz also received recognition for his performance at the 2009 Boston Society of Film Critics Awards, 35th LA Film Critics Association Awards and 75th NY Film Critics Circle Awards, winning Best Supporting Actor from all three of the organizations. Waltz's performance in the film was named one of Time magazines 'Great Performances' in film 2009.[5]

Awards and nominations

Date of ceremony Award Category Recipients and nominees Result
March 7, 2010 Academy Award[6][7] Best Picture Lawrence Bender Nominated
Best Director Quentin Tarantino
Best Supporting Actor Christoph Waltz Won
Best Original Screenplay Quentin Tarantino Nominated
Best Cinematography Robert Richardson
Best Film Editing Sally Menke
Best Sound Editing Wylie Stateman
Best Sound Mixing Michael Minkler, Tony Lamberti and Mark Ulano
February 27, 2010 American Society of Cinematographers[8] Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Theatrical Releases Robert Richardson
February 13, 2010 Art Directors Guild[9] Best Production Design For A Feature Period Film David Wasco
December 15, 2009 Austin Film Critics[10] Best Actor in a Supporting Role Christoph Waltz Won
Best Actress in a Leading Role Mélanie Laurent
Best Original Screenplay Quentin Tarantino
December 13, 2009 Boston Film Critics[11] Best Actor in a Supporting Role Christoph Waltz
February 21, 2010 British Academy Film Awards[12] Best Supporting Actor
Best Director Quentin Tarantino Nominated
Best Original Screenplay
Best Cinematography Robert Richardson
Best Editing Sally Menke
Best Production Design David Wasco and Sandy Reynolds Wasco
January 15, 2010 Broadcast Film Critics[13] Best Original Screenplay Quentin Tarantino Won
Best Actor in a Supporting Role Christoph Waltz
Best Cast Inglourious Basterds
Best Action Film Nominated
Best Art Direction David Wasco
Best Cinematography Robert Richardson
Best Costume Design Anna B. Sheppard
Best Director Quentin Tarantino
Best Editing Sally Menke
Best Film Inglourious Basterds
May 13–24, 2009 Cannes Film Festival[14][15] Best Actor Christoph Waltz Won
Golden Palm for Best Film Quentin Tarantino Nominated
December 21, 2009 Chicago Film Critics[16] Best Film Inglourious Basterds
Best Director Quentin Tarantino
Best Original Screenplay
Best Supporting Actor Christoph Waltz Won
Best Cinematography Robert Richardson Nominated
January 30, 2010 Directors Guild of America Awards[17] Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures Quentin Tarantino
March 28, 2010 Empire Awards[18][19] Best Actor Christoph Waltz Won
Best Film Inglourious Basterds Nominated
Best Director Quentin Tarantino
Best Actress Mélanie Laurent
Best Thriller Inglourious Basterds
May 31, 2010 Film Critics Circle of Australia[20] Best Foreign Film in the English Language
January 17, 2010 Golden Globe Awards[21][22] Best Actor in a Supporting Role Christoph Waltz Won
Best Director Quentin Tarantino Nominated
Best Drama Film Inglourious Basterds
Best Screenplay Quentin Tarantino
January 31, 2010 Grammy Awards[23] Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media Various Artists
October 26, 2009 Hollywood Film Festival[24] Best Actor in a Supporting Role Christoph Waltz Won
February 18, 2010 London Film Critics' Circle[25] Actor of the Year
December 14, 2009 Los Angeles Film Critics[26] Best Supporting Actor
February 20, 2010 Motion Picture Sound Editors[27] Best Dialogue and ADR in a Feature Film Inglourious Basterds
Best Sound Effects and Foley in a Feature Film Nominated
June 6, 2010 MTV Movie Awards[28] Best Villain Christoph Waltz
February 24, 2010 NME Awards[29] Best Film Inglourious Basterds Won
December 14, 2009 New York Film Critics[30] Best Actor in a Supporting Role Christoph Waltz
December 13, 2009 New York Film Critics Online[31] Best Cinematography Robert Richardson
Best Screenplay Quentin Tarantino
Best Supporting Actor Christoph Waltz
Breakthrough Performer
January 5, 2010 Online Film Critics[32] Best Original Screenplay Quentin Tarantino
Best Actress Mélanie Laurent
Best Supporting Actor Christoph Waltz
Best Cinematography Robert Richardson
Best Picture Inglourious Basterds Nominated
Best Director Quentin Taranino
Best Supporting Actress Diane Kruger
Best Editing Sally Menke
May 22, 2009 Palm Dog[33] Best Performance by a Canine The Black Poodle
January 6, 2010 People's Choice Awards[34] Favorite Independent Movie Inglourious Basterds Won
January 24, 2010 Producers Guild of America Awards[35] Producer of the Year Award Lawrence Bender Nominated
December 15, 2009 San Diego Film Critics[36] Best Actor in a Supporting Role Christoph Waltz Won
Best Cast Inglourious Basterds
Best Director Quentin Tarantino
Best Film Inglourious Basterds
Best Production Design David Wasco
Best Original Screenplay Quentin Tarantino
Best Editing Sally Menke Nominated
Best Cinematography Robert Richardson
December 20, 2009 Satellite Awards[37] Best Actor in a Supporting Role Christoph Waltz Won
Best Cinematography Robert Richardson Nominated
June 24, 2010 Saturn Awards[38][39] Best Action/Adventure/Thriller Film Inglourious Basterds Won
Best Actress Melanie Laurent Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Christoph Waltz
Best Supporting Actress Diane Kruger
Best Direction Quentin Tarantino
Best Writing
Best Costume Anna B. Sheppard
January 23, 2010 Screen Actors Guild[40][41] Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role Christoph Waltz Won
Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Inglourious Basterds
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role Diane Kruger Nominated
December 16, 2009 Toronto Film Critics Association[42] Best Director Quentin Tarantino Nominated
Best Film Inglourious Basterds Won
 Best Screenplay Quentin Tarantino
Best Supporting Actor Christoph Waltz
December 7, 2009 Washington D.C. Area Film Critics[43] Best Actor in a Supporting Role
Best Original Screenplay Quentin Tarantino
Best Director Nominated
Best Film Inglourious Basterds


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