List of accolades received by Titanic

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List of accolades received by Titanic
James Cameron, a white man with white hair in a navy suit, kneeling down over his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and holding an award
Writer, producer, and director of Titanic, James Cameron
Totals[a]
Wins111
Nominations162
Note
  1. ^ Certain award groups do not simply award one winner. They recognize several different recipients, have runners-up, and have third place. Since this is a specific recognition and is different from losing an award, runner-up mentions are considered wins in this award tally. For simplification and to avoid errors, each award in this list has been presumed to have had a prior nomination.

Titanic is a 1997 American epic romance and disaster film directed, written, co-produced, and co-edited by James Cameron. Incorporating both historical and fictionalized aspects, it is based on accounts of the sinking of the Titanic, and stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet as members of different social classes who fall in love aboard the ship during its ill-fated maiden voyage.[1]

Titanic grossed a worldwide total of over $2.2 billion on a production budget of $200 million, being the first and second film to reach the mark of one and two billion dollars, respectively.[2] It became the highest-grossing film of all time in 1998, and remained so for twelve years, until Avatar (2009), also written and directed by Cameron, surpassed it in 2010.[3] On review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 89% based on 192 reviews, with an average rating of 8/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "A mostly unqualified triumph for James Cameron, who offers a dizzying blend of spectacular visuals and old-fashioned melodrama."[4] Metacritic, which assigned a weighted average rating of 75 out of 100, based on 35 critics, reports the film has "generally favorable reviews".[5] Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "A+" on an A+ to F scale.[6] In 2017, on its 20th anniversary, the film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".

At the 55th Golden Globe Awards, Titanic won in the categories of Best Motion Picture – Drama, Best Director, Best Original Score, and Best Original Song. DiCaprio, Winslet and Gloria Stuart were also nominated for their acting performances. At the 70th Academy Awards, the film garnered fourteen nominations, tying the record set in 1950 by Joseph L. Mankiewicz's All About Eve,[7] with eleven wins: Best Picture (the second film about the Titanic to win that award, after 1933's Cavalcade),[8] Best Director, Best Art Direction, Best Cinematography, Best Visual Effects, Best Film Editing, Best Costume Design, Best Sound, Best Sound Editing, Best Original Dramatic Score, and Best Original Song. Winslet, Stuart and the make-up artists were the three nominees that did not win. It was the second film to win eleven Academy Awards, after Ben-Hur (1959).[9] It was also nominated for ten British Academy Film Awards, including Best Film and Best Director; it failed to win any. The film garnered a leading twelve nominations at the 2nd Golden Satellite Awards and more three in the 2005 edition, winning a total of eight awards, while Stuart won the Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress. Other recognitions came from numerous North American guilds, such as the American Society of Cinematographers, Art Directors Guild, Directors Guild of America, National Board of Review, Producers Guild of America, and the Screen Actors Guild.

After winning the Golden Globe and the Oscar for Best Original Song, "My Heart Will Go On" won all the awards that was nominated at the 41st Annual Grammy Awards, including Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best Song Written for a Motion Picture or for Television. Its soundtrack won the American Music Award for Favorite Soundtrack, the Brit Award for Soundtrack/Cast Recording, and the Billboard Music Award for Album of the Year and Soundtrack Album of the Year. They both also received nominations at the Juno Award. In addition to the awards, Titanic also earned ten Guinness World Records, including Most Expensive Film Produced and Highest Box Office Film Gross for a Drama.

Accolades[edit]

Accolades received by Titanic
Award Date of ceremony Category Recipient(s) Result Ref(s)
Academy Awards March 23, 1998 Best Picture James Cameron and Jon Landau Won [10]
Best Director James Cameron Won
Best Actress Kate Winslet Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Gloria Stuart Nominated
Best Art Direction Peter Lamont and Michael D. Ford Won
Best Cinematography Russell Carpenter Won
Best Costume Design Deborah Lynn Scott Won
Best Film Editing Conrad Buff, James Cameron, and Richard A. Harris Won
Best Makeup Tina Earnshaw, Greg Cannom, and Simon Thompson Nominated
Best Original Dramatic Score James Horner Won
Best Original Song James Horner and Will Jennings for "My Heart Will Go On" Won
Best Sound Gary Rydstrom, Tom Johnson, Gary Summers, and Mark Ulano Won
Best Sound Effects Editing Tom Bellfort and Christopher Boyes Won
Best Visual Effects Robert Legato, Mark A. Lasoff, Thomas L. Fisher, and Michael Kanfer Won
Amanda Award August 29, 1998 Best Foreign Feature Film James Cameron Won [11]
American Music Awards January 11, 1999 Favorite Soundtrack Titanic (Soundtrack) Won [12]
American Society of Cinematographers March 8, 1998 Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Theatrical Releases Russell Carpenter Won [13]
Annie Awards November 13, 1998 Technical Achievement Titanic Won [14]
Art Directors Guild Awards February 28, 1998 Best Production Design – Feature Film Peter Lamont, Charles Dwight Lee, Martin Laing, Neil Lamont, Robert W. Laing, Bill Rea, Steven Lawrence, and Héctor Romero Won [15]
Artios Awards November 4, 1998 Best Casting for Feature Film – Drama Mali Finn Nominated [16]
ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards April 28, 1998 Top Box Office Films James Horner for Titanic Won [17]
April 27, 1999 Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures James Horner and Will Jennings for "My Heart Will Go On" Won [18]
Billboard Latin Music Awards May 9, 2002 First English-Language Song to Top Hot Latin Tracks "My Heart Will Go On" Won [19]
Billboard Music Awards December 7, 1998 Album of the Year Titanic Won [20]
Soundtrack Album of the Year Won
Soundtrack Single of the Year "My Heart Will Go On" Won
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards March 10, 1998 Favorite Actor – Drama Leonardo DiCaprio Won [21]
Favorite Actress – Drama Kate Winslet Won
Favorite Supporting Actor – Drama Billy Zane Won
Favorite Supporting Actress – Drama Kathy Bates Won
May 26, 1999 Favorite Soundtrack James Horner Nominated [19]
Favorite Song from a Movie "My Heart Will Go On" Won
Blue Ribbon Awards February 12, 1998 Best Foreign Language Film James Cameron Won [22]
BMI Film & TV Awards May 13, 1998 Most Performed Song from a Film "My Heart Will Go On" Won [23]
Bogey Awards March 23, 1998 Titanium Titanic Won [24]
Brit Awards February 16, 1999 Soundtrack/Cast Recording Won [25]
British Academy Film Awards April 18, 1998 Best Film James Cameron and Jon Landau Nominated [26]
Best Director James Cameron Nominated
Best Cinematography Russell Carpenter Nominated
Best Costume Design Deborah Lynn Scott Nominated
Best Editing Conrad Buff, James Cameron, and Richard A. Harris Nominated
Best Makeup and Hair Tina Earnshaw, Simon Thompson, and Kay Georgiou Nominated
Best Music James Horner Nominated
Best Production Design Peter Lamont Nominated
Best Sound Gary Rydstrom, Tom Johnson, Gary Summers, and Mark Ulano Nominated
Best Special Effects Robert Legato, Mark A. Lasoff, Thomas L. Fisher, and Michael Kanfer Nominated
British Society of Cinematographers November 29, 1997 Best Cinematography Russell Carpenter Nominated [27]
César Awards March 6, 1999 Best Foreign Film James Cameron Nominated [28]
Chicago Film Critics Association March 1, 1998 Best Film Titanic Nominated [29]
Best Director James Cameron Nominated
Best Cinematography Russell Carpenter Won
Best Original Score James Horner Won
Cinema Audio Society Awards March 7, 1998 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Feature Film Gary Rydstrom, Tom Johnson, Gary Summers, and Mark Ulano Won [30]
Critics' Choice Movie Awards January 20, 1998 Best Picture Titanic Nominated [31]
Best Director James Cameron Won
Czech Lion Awards February 27, 1999 Box Office Award Titanic Won [32]
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association January 1998 Best Film 2nd place [33]
Best Director James Cameron Won
Best Cinematography Russell Carpenter Won
Danish Music Awards February 6, 1999 Best International Hit "My Heart Will Go On" Nominated [34]
Directors Guild of America Award March 7, 1998 Outstanding Directing – Feature Film James Cameron Won [35]
Eddie Awards March 14, 1998 Best Edited Feature Film Conrad Buff, James Cameron, and Richard A. Harris Won [36]
Empire Awards February 25, 1999 Best Film Titanic Won [37]
Best British Actress Kate Winslet Won
European Film Awards December 7, 1998 Achievement in World Cinema Award Nominated [38]
People's Choice Award for Best Actress Won
Florida Film Critics Circle January 1998 Best Film Titanic Won [39]
Golden Globe Awards January 18, 1998 Best Motion Picture – Drama Won [40]
Best Director James Cameron Won
Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama Leonardo DiCaprio Nominated
Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama Kate Winslet Nominated
Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture Gloria Stuart Nominated
Best Screenplay James Cameron Nominated
Best Original Score James Horner Won
Best Original Song James Horner and Will Jennings for "My Heart Will Go On" Won
Golden Reel Awards March 21, 1998 Best Sound Editing – Music in a Feature Film Jim Henrikson and Joe E. Rand Won [41]
Best Sound Editing – Dialogue and ADR in a Feature Film Gwendolyn Yates Whittle, Hugh Waddell, Claire Sanfilippo, John H. Arrufat, Richard Quinn, Sue Fox, Harriet Fidlow, Richard Corwin, Cindy Marty, and Lee Lemont Won
Best Sound Editing – Sound Effects and Foley in a Feature Film Tom Bellfort, Christopher Boyes, Thomas W. Small, Ethan Van der Ryn, Scott Guitteau, Christopher Scarabosio, Shannon Mills, Scott Curtis, Tammy Fearing, Michael Dressel, and David L. Horton Jr. Won
Goldene Kamera February 6, 2001 Best International Actress Kate Winslet Won [42]
Goldene Leinwand January 25, 1998 Golden Screen Titanic Won [43]
February 6, 1998 Golden Screen with One Star Won
February 23, 1998 Golden Screen with Two Stars Won
March 15, 1998 Golden Screen with Three Stars Won
April 12, 1998 Special Award for 15 Million Visitors Won
January 3, 1999 Special Award for 18 Million Visitors Won
Grammy Awards February 24, 1999 Record of the Year Celine Dion, Walter Afanasieff, Simon Franglen, James Horner, Humberto Gatica, and David Gleeson for "My Heart Will Go On" Won [44]
Song of the Year James Horner and Will Jennings for "My Heart Will Go On" Won
Best Song Written for a Motion Picture or for Television Won
Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Celine Dion for "My Heart Will Go On" Won
Guinness World Records 1997 Largest Budget for Film Stunts Titanic Won [45]
Most Expensive Film Produced Won
Largest Camera Crane Used on Film Won [46]
1998 Most Oscar Nominations Received by a Film Won[a] [47]
Most Oscars Won by a Film Won[b] [48]
Longest Cinematic Release Won [45]
Most Consecutive Weekends for a Movie to Be No. 1 Won
First Movie to Gross $1 Billion Won
Highest Grossing Historical Epic of All Time Won
Highest Box Office Film Gross for a Drama Won
Hochi Film Award December 25, 1998 Best Foreign Language Film James Cameron Won [49]
Hollywood Film Awards August 5, 1998 Hollywood Digital Award Robert Legato and Crystal Dowd Won [50]
Japan Academy Film Prize March 6, 1998 Outstanding Foreign Language Film Titanic Won [51]
Japan Gold Disc Award March 6, 1998 International Song of the Year "My Heart Will Go On" Won [52]
International Soundtrack Album of the Year Titanic Original Soundtrack Won
Japan Record Awards December 31, 1998 Special Achievement Celine Dion for "My Heart Will Go On" Won [53]
Juno Award March 7, 1999 Best Single "My Heart Will Go On" Nominated [54]
Best Selling Album (Foreign or Domestic) Titanic: Music from the Motion Picture Nominated
Jupiter Award March 1998 Best International Film James Cameron Won [55]
Best International Director Won
Best International Actress Kate Winslet Won
Los Angeles Film Critics Association December 1997 Best Supporting Actress Gloria Stuart 2nd place [56]
Best Music James Horner 2nd place
Best Production Design Peter Lamont Won
Mainichi Film Awards February 8, 1999 Readers' Choice Best Foreign Language Film Titanic Won [57]
MuchMusic Video Awards September 24, 1998 Peoples Choice: Favourite Artist Celine Dion for "My Heart Will Go On" Won [19]
MTV Movie Awards May 30, 1998 Best Movie Titanic Won [58]
[59]
Best Male Performance Leonardo DiCaprio Won
Best Female Performance Kate Winslet Nominated
Best Villain Billy Zane Nominated
Best On-Screen Duo Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet Nominated
Best Kiss Nominated
Best Action Sequence Ship sinks Nominated
Best Song from a Movie "My Heart Will Go On" Nominated
MTV Video Music Awards September 10, 1998 Best Video from a Film Nominated [60]
Viewer's Choice Nominated
National Board of Review December 8, 1998 Top Ten Films Titanic Won [61]
Special Citation James Cameron Won
National Film Preservation Board December 13, 2017 Selection for the National Film Registry Titanic Selected [62]
New York Film Critics Circle January 4, 1998 Best Film 3rd place [63]
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards April 4, 1998 Favorite Movie Won [64]
Online Film Critics Society January 11, 1998 Best Picture Nominated [65]
Best Director James Cameron Won
Best Actress Kate Winslet Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Gloria Stuart Won
People's Choice Awards January 13, 1999 Favorite Motion Picture Titanic Won [66]
Favorite Dramatic Motion Picture Won
Producers Guild of America Award March 3, 1998 Best Theatrical Motion Picture James Cameron and Jon Landau Won [67]
Russian Guild of Film Critics December 1998 Best Foreign Language Film James Cameron Nominated [68]
Satellite Awards February 22, 1998 Best Motion Picture – Drama Titanic Won [69]
Best Director James Cameron Won
Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama Leonardo DiCaprio Nominated
Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama Kate Winslet Nominated
Best Original Screenplay James Cameron Nominated
Best Art Direction Peter Lamont Won
Best Cinematography Russell Carpenter Nominated
Best Costume Design Deborah Lynn Scott Won
Best Editing Conrad Buff and Richard A. Harris Won
Best Original Score James Horner Won
Best Original Song James Horner and Will Jennings for "My Heart Will Go On" Won
Best Visual Effects Robert Legato Nominated
December 17, 2005 Outstanding Overall DVD Titanic Nominated [70]
Outstanding Classic DVD Nominated
Outstanding DVD Extras Won
Saturn Awards June 10, 1998 Best Action/Adventure/Thriller Film Nominated [71]
Best Supporting Actress Gloria Stuart Won
May 2, 2006 Best Classic Film DVD Release Titanic Nominated [72]
Screen Actors Guild Awards March 8, 1998 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role Kate Winslet Nominated [73]
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role Gloria Stuart Won
Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Suzy Amis, Kathy Bates, Leonardo DiCaprio, Frances Fisher, Bernard Fox, Victor Garber, Bernard Hill, Jonathan Hyde, Danny Nucci, Bill Paxton, Gloria Stuart, David Warner, Kate Winslet, and Billy Zane Nominated
Toronto Film Critics Association January 13, 1998 Best Director James Cameron Runner-up [74]
Writers Guild of America Awards February 21, 1998 Best Original Screenplay Nominated [75]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Tied with All About Eve (1950) and La La Land (2016)
  2. ^ Tied with Ben-Hur (1959) and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003)

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