Analysis: The Most Awarded Movies of 2016 Till Date!

From November through February, the best movies of 2016 are getting recognized by critics, press, fans, and members of the film industry from all over, in a number of award competitions. Before the big Oscar Awards strike, here is a look at which movies head the awarded-list so far based on all the major award wins for the movies released in 2016.

LA LA LAND

 66 wins
  • LFCC – Film of the Year
  • Golden Globes – Picture, Musical/Comedy
  • Golden Globes – Actor, Musical/Comedy
  • Golden Globes – Actress, Musical/Comedy
  • Golden Globes – Best Director
  • Golden Globes – Best Original Screenplay
  • Golden Globes – Best Original Song
  • Golden Globes – Best Original Score
  • HFCS – Best Picture
  • HFCS – Best Director
  • HFCS – Best Cinematography
  • HFCS – Best Original Score
  • HFCS – Best Original Song
  • HFCS – Technical Achievement
  • HFCS – Best Poster
  • LVFCS – Best Picture
  • LVFCS – Best Director
  • LVFCS – Best Original Screenplay
  • LVFCS – Best Cinematography
  • LVFCS – Best Score
  • LVFCS – Best Song
  • LVFCS – Best Art Direction
  • CFCA – Best Cinematography
  • CFCA – Best Film Editing
  • Critics’ Choice – Best Picture
  • Critics’ Choice – Best Director
  • Critics’ Choice – Best Original Screenplay
  • Critics’ Choice – Best Cinematography
  • Critics’ Choice – Best Production Design
  • Critics’ Choice – Best Editing
  • Critics’ Choice – Best Song
  • Critics’ Choice – Best Score
  • BSFC – Best Picture
  • BSFC – Best Director
  • BSFC – Best Film Editing
  • NYFCO – Best Use of Music
  • AFI Top 10
  • WAFCA – Best Film
  • WAFCA – Best Director
  • WAFCA – Best Original Screenplay
  • WAFCA – Best Production Design
  • WAFCA – Best Cinematography
  • WAFCA – Best Editing
  • WAFCA – Best Original Score
  • LAFCA – Best Music Score
  • NYFCC – Best Film
  • DFW Film Critics – Best Cinematography
  • DFW Film Critics – Best Musical Score
  • DFCS – Best Film
  • DFCS – Best Director
  • DFCS – Best Actress
  • DFCS – Best Screenplay
  • NFCS – Best Production Design
  • NFCS – Best Cinematography
  • PFCS – Best Picture
  • PFCS – Best Director
  • PFCS – Best Actress in a Leading Role
  • PFCS – Best Original Song
  • PFCS – Best Original Score
  • PFCS – Best Cinematography
  • PFCS – Best Production Design
  • SDFCS – Best Costume Design
  • FFCC – Best Director
  • FFCC – Best Cinematography
  • FFCC – Best Art Direction/Production
  • FFCC – Best Score

MOONLIGHT

 58 wins

  • LFCC – Supporting Actor of the Year
  • LFCC – Supporting Actress of the Year
  • Golden Globes – Best Picture, Drama
  • NSFC – Best Picture
  • NSFC – Best Supporting Actor
  • NSFC – Best Director
  • NSFC – Best Cinematography
  • LVFCS – Best Film Editing
  • LVFCS – Breakout Filmmaker
  • CFCA – Best Picture
  • CFCA – Best Director
  • CFCA – Best Supporting Actor
  • TFCA – Best Picture
  • TFCA – Best Supporting Actor
  • Critics’ Choice – Best Supporting Actor
  • Critics’ Choice – Best Acting Ensemble
  • BSFC – Best Supporting Actor
  • BSFC – Best Ensemble Cast
  • NYFCO – Best Picture
  • NYFCO – Best Director
  • NYFCO – Best Screenplay
  • NYFCO – Best Supporting Actor
  • NYFCO – Best Cinematography
  • NYFCO – Best Ensemble
  • SFFCC – Best Picture
  • SFFCC – Best Director
  • SFFCC – Best Supporting Actor
  • SFFCC – Best Screenplay, Original
  • SFFCC – Best Cinematography
  • SFFCC – Best Film Editing
  • AFI Top 10
  • WAFCA – Best Supporting Actor
  • BIFA – Best Intl. Independent Film
  • LAFCA – Best Picture
  • LAFCA – Best Director
  • LAFCA – Best Supporting Actor
  • LAFCA – Best Cinematography
  • NYFCC – Best Director
  • NYFCC – Best Supporting Actor
  • NYFCC – Best Cinematographer
  • NBR – Best Director
  • NBR – Best Supporting Actress
  • Gotham Independent – Best Feature
  • Gotham Independent – Best Screenplay
  • Gotham Independent – Audience Award
  • Gotham Independent – Ensemble
  • DFW Film Critics – Best Picture
  • DFW Film Critics – Best Supporting Actor
  • DFW Film Critics – Best Director
  • DFW Film Critics – Russell Smith Award
  • KCFCC – Best Supporting Actress
  • KCFCC – Best LGBT Film
  • NFCS – Best Youth Performance
  • NFCS – Best Ensemble
  • PFCS – Best Performance by a Youth
  • VFCC – Best Supporting Actor
  • FFCC – Breakout Award
  • FFCC – Golden Orange

MANCHESTER BY THE SEA

 50 wins

  • LFCC – Screenwriter of the Year
  • LFCC – Actor of the Year
  • Golden Globes – Best Actor
  • NSFC – Best Actor
  • NSFC – Best Supporting Actress
  • NSFC – Best Screenplay
  • HFCS – Best Actor
  • LVFCS – Best Actor
  • LVFCS – Youth in Film
  • CFCA – Best Actor
  • CFCA – Best Supporting Actress
  • CFCA – Best Original Screenplay
  • CFCA – Most Promising Newcomer
  • TFCA – Best Supporting Actress
  • TFCA – Best Screenplay
  • Critics’ Choice – Best Actor
  • Critics’ Choice – Best Young Actor/Actress
  • Critics’ Choice – Best Original Screenplay
  • BSFC – Best Actor
  • BSFC – Best Screenplay
  • NYFCO – Best Actor
  • SFFCC – Best Screenplay, Original
  • AFI Top 10
  • WAFCA – Best Actor
  • WAFCA – Best Youth Performance
  • NYFCC – Best Screenplay
  • NYFCC – Best Actor
  • NYFCC – Best Supporting Actress
  • NBR – Best Film
  • NBR – Best Actor
  • NBR – Best Original Screenplay
  • NBR – Best Breakthrough Performance
  • Gotham Independent – Best Actor
  • DFW Film Critics – Best Actor
  • DFW Film Critics – Best Screenplay
  • DFCS – Best Actor
  • KCFCC – Best Picture
  • KCFCC – Best Director
  • KCFCC – Best Actor
  • NFCS – Best Actor
  • PFCS – Best Actor in a Leading Role
  • SDFCS – Best Actor, Male
  • SDFCS – Best Supporting Actor, Female
  • VFCC – Best Film
  • VFCC – Best Actor
  • VFCC – Best Supporting Actress
  • VFCC – Best Director
  • VFCC – Best Screenplay
  • FFCC – Best Actor
  • FFCC – Best Supporting Actress

HELL OR HIGH WATER

 22 wins

  • HFCS – Best Screenplay
  • HFCS – Best Supporting Actor
  • AFI Top 10
  • WAFCA – Best Acting Ensemble
  • NBR – Best Supporting Actor
  • DFCS – Best Supporting Actor
  • KCFCC – Best Supporting Actor
  • KCFCC – Best Original Screenplay
  • NFCS – Best Film
  • NFCS – Best Supporting Actor
  • NFCS – Best Director
  • NFCS – Best Original Screenplay
  • PFCS – Best Actor in a Supporting Role
  • PFCS – Best Ensemble Acting
  • PFCS – Best Original Screenplay
  • SDFCS – Best Picture
  • SDFCS – Best Director
  • SDFCS – Best Supporting Actor, Male
  • SDFCS – Best Ensemble
  • SDFCS – Best Original Screenplay
  • SDFCS – Best Cinematography
  • FFCC – Best Supporting Actor

ELLE

 15 wins

  • Golden Globes – Best Actress
  • Golden Globes – Foreign Language Picture
  • NSFC – Best Actress
  • Critics’ Choice – Best Foreign Language Film
  • BSFC – Best Actress
  • NYFCO – Best Actress
  • SFFCC – Best Actress
  • WAFCA – Best Foreign Language Film
  • LAFCA – Best Actress
  • NYFCC – Best Actress
  • Gotham Independent – Best Actress
  • PFCS – Best Foreign Language Film
  • VFCC – Best Actress
  • FFCC – Best Actress
  • FFCC – Best Foreign Language Film

THE HANDMAIDEN (AH-GA-SSI)

 14 wins

  • HFCS – Best Foreign Film
  • LVFCS – Best Foreign Film
  • CFCA – Best Adapted Screenplay
  • CFCA – Best Art Direction/Production Design
  • CFCA – Best Foreign-Language Film
  • BSFC – Best Cinematography
  • BSFC – Best Foreign-Language Film
  • NYFCO – Best Foreign Language Picture
  • SFFCC – Best Production Design
  • SFFCC – Best Foreign Language Picture
  • LAFCA – Best Production Design
  • LAFCA – Best Foreign-Language Film
  • DFW Film Critics – Best Foreign Language Film
  • KCFCC – Best Foreign Language Film

FENCES

 13 wins

  • Golden Globes – Best Supporting Actress
  • HFCS – Best Supporting Actress
  • LVFCS – Best Supporting Actress
  • Critics’ Choice – Best Supporting Actress
  • NYFCO – Best Supporting Actress
  • SFFCC – Best Actor
  • SFFCC – Best Supporting Actress
  • AFI Top 10
  • WAFCA – Best Supporting Actress
  • DFW Film Critics – Best Supporting Actress
  • DFCS – Best Supporting Actress
  • KCFCC – Best Supporting Actress
  • PFCS – Best Actress in a Supporting Role

JACKIE

 13 wins

  • HFCS – Best Actress
  • LVFCS – Best Actress
  • CFCA – Best Actress
  • CFCA – Best Original Score
  • Critics’ Choice – Best Actress
  • Critics’ Choice – Best Costume Design
  • Critics’ Choice – Best Hair & Makeup
  • BSFC – Best Original Score
  • SFFCC – Best Original Score
  • WAFCA – Best Actress
  • WAFCA – Best Portrayal of Washington, DC
  • DFW Film Critics – Best Actress
  • KCFCC – Best Actress

ARRIVAL

 11 wins

  • Critics’ Choice – Best Adapted Screenplay
  • Critics’ Choice – Best Sci-Fi/Horror Movie
  • SFFCC – Best Screenplay, Adapted
  • SFFCC – Best Film Editing
  • AFI Top 10
  • WAFCA – Best Adapted Screenplay
  • NBR – Best Actress
  • KCFCC – Best Adapted Screenplay
  • KCFCC – Best Sci-Fi, Fantasy or Horror
  • NFCS – Best Adapted Screenplay
  • FFCC – Best Visual Effects

O.J.: MADE IN AMERICA

 12 wins

  • NSFC – Best Non-Fiction Film
  • HFCS – Best Documentary
  • LVFCS – Best Documentary
  • CFCA – Best Documentary
  • BSFC – Best Documentary
  • LAFCA – Best Editing
  • NYFCC – Best Non-Fiction Film
  • NBR – Best Documentary
  • Gotham Independent – Best Documentary
  • DFCS – Best Documentary
  • KCFCC – Best Documentary
  • NFCS – Best Documentary

ZOOTOPIA

 8 wins

  • Golden Globes – Best Animated Picture
  • TFCA – Best Animated Feature
  • Critics’ Choice – Best Animated Feature
  • AFI Top 10
  • NYFCC – Best Animated Film
  • DFW Film Critics – Best Animated Film
  • KCFCC – Best Animated Feature
  • PFCS – Best Animated Film

THE WITCH

 8 wins

  • LVFCS – Best Costume
  • LVFCS – Best Horror/Sci-Fi
  • CFCA – Most Promising Filmmaker
  • TFCA – Best First Feature
  • BSFC – Best New Filmmaker
  • NYFCO – Best Debut as Director
  • Gotham Independent – Breakthrough Actor
  • PFCS – Breakthrough Performance

KUBO AND THE TWO STRINGS

 8 wins

  • HFCS – Best Animated Film
  • LVFCS – Best Animated Film
  • CFCA – Best Animated Feature
  • NYFCO – Best Animated Feature
  • WAFCA – Best Animated Feature
  • NBR – Best Animated Feature
  • SDFCS – Best Animated Film
  • FFCC – Best Animated film

TONI ERDMANN

                                                                                                                                        7 wins

  • LFCC – Best Foreign Language Film
  • NSFC – Best Foreign Language Film
  • TFCA – Best Actress
  • TFCA – Best Director
  • TFCA – Best Foreing-Language Film
  • NYFCC – Best Foreign Film

HACKSAW RIDGE

 6 wins

  • LFCC – British/Irish Actor of the Year
  • Critics’ Choice – Best Action Movie
  • Critics’ Choice – Best Actor in an Action Movie
  • AFI Top 10
  • PFCS – Best Adapted Screenplay
  • PFCS – Best Film Editing

 

Source: rottentomatoes.com

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