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The Complete Awards Season Scorecard

Just how many awards have Argo, Daniel Day-Lewis, and Anne Hathaway won this season? SPOILER ALERT: It’s a lot.

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UPDATED! Just a month ago, the Oscar race was blown wide open by the conspicuous snubs of directors Ben Affleck and Kathryn Bigelow, throwing into enormous doubt whether their respective films, Argo and Zero Dark Thirty, had any hope of winning the top prize. Then Argo and Affleck started winning everything anyway, and what was the most exciting awards season in years became what appears to be yet another series of fait accompli coronations for the same set of winners over and over. With Argo’s triumph at the BAFTAs on Sunday, the film’s fate as the inevitable big winner at the newly christened Dolby Theater come Sunday, Feb. 24, seems all but sealed.

On the other hand, Argo is no Titanic or Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, i.e., an unstoppable behemoth sucking up every single award in sight. Films as relatively obscure as The Master and Amour have received an impressive amount of hardware over the last few months; in fact, pretty much all the films nominated for Best Picture this year — and a few that aren’t — have enjoyed at least some measure of official recognition.

And because we here at BuzzFeed Entertainment are masochistic list builders, we’ve built the definitive guide to all the awards won this season by this year’s Best Picture nominees (and a few others that have reached, ahem, a critical mass of honors). We’ve covered everything from top prizes like the BAFTAs, Golden Globes, and major filmmaking guilds, to the enormous largess of critics group awards. We’ve updated this list as other major ceremonies have been handed out this month. (All that’s left, really, is the Indie Spirit Awards.)

Enjoy!

3. “Amour”

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TOP AWARDS:
2 BAFTA Awards: Best Film Not in the English Language; Leading Actress (Emmanuelle Riva, pictured, left)
1 Cannes Film Festival Award: Palme d’Or (pictured)
1 Golden Globe: Best Foreign Language Film

OTHER AWARDS:
2 Boston Critics Awards: Best Foreign Language Film; Best Actress
1 Critics Choice Award: Best Foreign Language Film
1 Chicago Critics Award: Best Foreign Language Film
1 Dallas-Fort Worth Critics Award: Best Foreign Language Film
4 European Film Awards: Best Film; Best Director (Michael Haneke, pictured, center); Best Actor (Jean-Louis Trintignant, pictured, right); Best Actress
1 Kansas City Film Critics Circle Award: Best Foreign Language Film
1 Las Vegas Critics Society Award: Best Foreign Language Film
2 Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards: Best Picture; Best Actress (a tie with Silver Linings Playbook’s Jennifer Lawrence)
1 National Board of Review Award: Best Foreign Language Film
3 National Society of Film Critics Awards: Best Film; Best Director; Best Actress
1 New York Film Critics Circle Award: Best Foreign Language Film
2 San Francisco Film Critics Circle Awards: Best Foreign Language Film; Best Actress
1 Toronto Film Critics Association Award: Best Foreign Language Film
1 Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Award: Best Foreign Language Film

TOTAL AWARDS (to date): 26

4. “Argo”

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TOP AWARDS:
3 BAFTA Awards: Best Film; Best Director (Ben Affleck, pictured); Best Editing (William Goldenberg)
1 Directors Guild Award: Best Director
2 Golden Globes: Best Picture (Drama); Best Director
1 Producers Guild Award: Best Picture
1 Screen Actors Guild Award: Best Performance by a Cast
1 Writers Guild Award: Best Adapted Screenplay (Chris Terrio)

OTHER AWARDS:
1 American Cinema Editors “Eddie” Award: Best Editing, Drama
1 Austin Film Critics Association Awards: Best Adapted Screenplay (Chris Terrio)
2 Critics Choice Awards: Best Picture; Best Director
3 Florida Film Critics Circle Awards: Best Picture; Best Director; Best Adapted Screenplay
1 Hollywood Film Award: Ensemble of the Year
1 Kansas City Film Critics Circle Award: Best Adapted Screenplay
1 Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award: Best Adapted Screenplay
2 National Board of Review Awards: Special Achievement in Filmmaking (Ben Affleck); Spotlight (John Goodman, shared with Flight, Trouble with the Curve, and ParaNorman)
1 Online Film Critics Society Award: Best Adapted Screenplay
1 Palm Springs International Film Festival Award: Best Ensemble Cast
1 Phoenix Film Critics Society Award: Best Adapted Screenplay
4 San Diego Film Critics Society Awards: Best Film; Best Director; Best Adapted Screenplay; Best Editing
1 San Francisco Film Critics Circle Award: Best Film Editing
1 Satellite Award: Best Original Score (Alexandre Desplat)
3 Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards: Best Film; Best Director; Best Adapted Screenplay

TOTAL AWARDS (to date): 33

5. “Beasts of the Southern Wild”

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TOP AWARDS:
1 Cannes Film Festival Award: Golden Camera
2 Sundance Film Festival Awards: Grand Jury Prize; Best Dramatic Cinematography (Ben Richardson)

OTHER AWARDS:
2 Austin Film Critics Association Awards: Best First Film (director Benh Zeitlin); Breakthrough Artist (Quvenzhané Wallis)
1 Critics Choice Award: Best Young Actor/Actress (Quvenzhané Wallis, pictured)
2 Chicago Film Critics Association Awards: Most Promising Filmmaker (Benh Zeitlin); Best Promising Performer (Quvenzhané Wallis)
1 Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Award: Best Low-Budget or Cutting-Edge Independent Film (aka the Russell Smith Award)
1 Florida Film Critics Circle Award: Pauline Kael Breakout Award (Quvenzhané Wallis)
2 Gotham Awards: Breakthrough Director; Bingham Ray Award (to “an emerging filmmaker whose work exemplifies a distinctive creative vision and stylistic adventurousness that stands apart from the mainstream and warrants championing”), to Benh Zeitlin
1 Hollywood Film Award: New Hollywood Award (Quvenzhané Wallis)
2 Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards: Best Supporting Actor (Dwight Henry); Best Music Score (Dan Romer, Benh Zeitlin)
2 NAACP Image Awards: Best Independent Film; Best Director
1 National Board of Review Award: Best Directorial Debut
3 Phoenix FIlm Critics Society Awards: Breakthrough Behind the Camera (Benh Zeitlin); Breakthrough on Camera (Quvenzhané Wallis); Best Performance by a Youth, Female (Quvenzhané Wallis)
1 Satellite Award: Outstanding New Talent (Quvenzhané Wallis)
1 Southeastern Film Critics Association Award: Gene Wyatt Award (for the film that “best evokes the spirit of the South”)
1 Toronto Film Critics Association Award: Best First Feature (Benh Zeitlin)
Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Award: Best Youth Performance (Quvenzhané Wallis)

TOTAL AWARDS (to date): 25

6. “Brave”

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TOP AWARDS:
2 Annie Awards: Best Production Design; Best Editing
1 BAFTA Award: Best Animated Film
1 Golden Globe Award: Best Animated Film

TOTAL AWARDS (to date): 4

7. “Django Unchained”

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TOP AWARDS:
2 BAFTA Awards: Best Supporting Actor (Christoph Waltz); Best Original Screenplay (Quentin Tarantino)
2 Golden Globe Awards: Best Supporting Actor (Christoph Waltz); Best Original Screenplay (Quentin Tarantino, pictured)

OTHER AWARDS:

1 Austin Film Critics Association Award: Best Supporting Actor (Christoph Waltz)
1 Critics Choice Award: Best Original Screenplay
1 Central Ohio Film Critics Association Award: Best Supporting Actor (Christoph Waltz)
1 Hollywood Film Award: Screenwriter of the Year (Quentin Tarantino)
2 NAACP Image Awards: Best Supporting Actor (Samuel L. Jackson); Best Supporting Actress (Kerry Washington)
1 National Board of Review: Best Supporting Actor (Leonardo DiCaprio)
1 San Diego Film Critics Society Awards: Best Supporting Actor (Christoph Waltz)

TOTAL AWARDS (to date): 12

8. “Frankenweenie”

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TOP AWARDS:
None.

OTHER AWARDS:
1 Boston Society of Film Critics Award: Best Animated Film
1 Florida Film Critics Circle Award: Best Animated Film
1 Kansas City Film Critics Circle Award: Best Animated Film
1 Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award: Best Animated Film
1 New York Film Critics Circle Award: Best Animated Film

TOTAL AWARDS (to date): 5

9. “The Master”

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TOP AWARDS:
None

OTHER AWARDS:
3 Austin Film Critics Association Awards: Best Director (Paul Thomas Anderson); Best Actor (Joaquin Phoenix); Best Cinematography (Mihai Malaimare Jr.)
1 Boston Society of Film Critics Award: Best Cinematography
1 Critics Choice Award: Best Supporting Actor
4 Chicago Film Critics Awards: Best Supporting Actor (Phillip Seymour Hoffman); Best Supporting Actress (Amy Adams); Best Cinematography; Best Original Score (Jonny Greenwood)
1 Florida Film Critics Circle Award: Best Supporting Actor
1 Hollywood Film Award: Best Supporting Actress (Amy Adams, also for On the Road and Trouble with the Curve)
3 Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards: Best Film; Best Supporting Actor; Best Original Screenplay
4 Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards: Best Director; Best Actor; Best Supporting Actress; Best Production Design (Jack Fisk & David Crank)
2 National Society of Film Critics Awards: Best Supporting Actress; Best Cinematography
2 San Diego Film Critics Society Awards: Best Original Screenplay; Best Score
1 San Francisco Film Critics Circle Award: Best Actor
1 Southeastern Film Critics Association Award: Best Supporting Actor
4 Toronto Film Critics Association Awards: Best Picture; Best Director; Best Supporting Actor; Best Screenplay
3 Vancouver Critics Circle Awards: Best Actor; Best Supporting Actor; Best Supporting Actress
2 Venice Film Festival Awards: Best Director, i.e., Silver Lion; Best Actor, i.e., Volpi Cup (for both Joaquin Phoenix and Phillip Seymour Hoffman, pictured)
2 Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Awards: Best Supporting Actor; Best Score

TOTAL AWARDS (to date): 35

10. “Les Misérables”

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TOP AWARDS:
4 BAFTA Awards: Best Supporting Actress; Production Design (Eve Stewart; Anna Lynch-Robinson); Best Make-Up & Hair (Lisa Wescott); Best Sound (Simon Hayes, Andy Nelson, Mark Paterson, Jonathan Allen, Lee Walpole, John Warhurst)
3 Golden Globe Awards: Best Picture, Musical or Comedy; Best Actor, Musical or Comedy (Hugh Jackman); Best Supporting Actress
1 Screen Actors Guild Award: Best Supporting Actress

OTHER AWARDS:
1 Austin Film Critics Association Award: Best Supporting Actress (Anne Hathaway)
1 Critics Choice Award: Best Supporting Actress
1 Central Ohio Film Critics Association Award: Best Supporting Actress
1 Cinema Audio Society Award: Best Sound Mixing, Live Action
1 Florida Film Critics Circle Award: Best Supporting Actress
2 Hollywood Film Awards: Producer of the Year (Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Cameron Mackintosh, Debra Hayward); Spotlight Award (Samantha Barks)
1 Kansas City Film Critics Circle Award: Best Supporting Actress
1 Las Vegas Film Critics Society Award: Best Supporting Actress
1 Motion Picture Sound Editors “Golden Reel” Award: Best Sound Editing for Music in a Musical Feature Film
3 Satellite Awards: Best Supporting Actress; Best Original Song (“Suddenly,” Claude-Michel Schönberg, Alain Boubil, Herbert Kretzmer); Best Sound Editing and Mixing (Andy Nelson, John Warhurst, Lee Walpole, Simon Hayes)
1 Southeastern Film Critics Association Award: Best Supporting Actress
2 Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Awards: Best Ensemble; Best Supporting Actress

TOTAL AWARDS (to date): 24

11. “Moonrise Kingdom”

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TOP AWARDS:
None.

OTHER AWARDS:
1 Boston Society of Film Critics Award: Best Use of Music
5 Central Ohio Film Critics Association Awards: Best Picture; Best Director (Wes Anderson); Best Ensemble; Best Original Screenplay (Wes Anderson & Roman Coppola); Best Score (Alexandre Desplat)
1 Chicago Film Critics Award: Best Art Direction
1 Gotham Award: Best Film
1 Online Film Critics Society Award: Best Original Screenplay
1 Phoenix Film Critics Society Award: Best Original Screenplay
1 San Francisco Film Critics Circle Award: Best Production Design (Adam Stockhausen)
1 Southeastern Film Critics Association Award: Best Original Screenplay

TOTAL AWARDS (to date): 12

12. “Life of Pi”

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TOP AWARDS:
1 Art Directors Guild Award: Best Fantasy Film (David Gropman)
2 BAFTA Awards: Best Cinematography (Claudio Miranda); Best Visual Effects (Donald R. Elliot, Guillaume Rocheron, Bill Westenhofer, and Erik-Jan De Boer, pictured)
1 Golden Globe Award: Best Original Score (Mychael Danna)

OTHER AWARDS:
1 Annie Award: Best Character Animation in a Live Action Production
2 Critics Choice Awards: Best Cinematography; Best Visual Effects
1 Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Award: Best Cinematography
1 Florida Film Critics Award: Best Visual Effects
1 Kansas City Film Critics Award: Best Director (Ang Lee)
6 Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards: Best Picture; Best Director; Best Cinematography; Best Score; Best Visual Effects; Youth in FIlm (Suraj Sharma)
2 Motion Picture Sound Editors “Golden Reel” Awards: Best Sound Editing for Music in a Feature Film; Best Sound Editing for Dialogue and ADR in a Feature Film
1 Palm Springs International Film Festival Award: Best Film Composing
1 San Diego Film Critics Society Award: Best Cinematography
1 San Francisco Film Critics Circle: Best Cinematography
2 Satellite Awards: Best Cinematography; Best Adapted Screenplay (David Magee)
1 Southeastern Film Critics Association Award: Best Cinematography
4 Visual Effects Society Awards:Best Visual Effects in a Visual Effects-Driven Film; Outstanding Animated Character in Live Action Feature; Best FX and Simulation Animation in a Live Action Feature; Outstanding Compositing
1 Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Award: Best Cinematography

TOTAL AWARDS (to date): 29

13. “Lincoln”

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TOP AWARDS:
BAFTA Awards: Leading Actor (Daniel Day-Lewis)
1 Golden Globe Award: Best Actor, Drama
2 Screen Actors Guild Awards: Best Actor (Daniel Day-Lewis, pictured); Best Supporting Actor (Tommy Lee Jones)

OTHER AWARDS:
3 Boston Society of Film Critics Awards: Best Actor (Daniel Day-Lewis); Best Supporting Actress (Sally Field); Best Screenplay (Tony Kushner)
3 Critics Choice Awards: Best Actor; Best Adapted Screenplay; Best Score (John Williams)
2 Central Ohio Film Critics Association Awards: Best Actor; Best Adapted Screenplay
2 Chicago Film Critics Association Awards: Best Actor; Best Adapted Screenplay
4 Dallas-Fort Worth Critics Awards: Best Picture; Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor (Tommy Lee Jones); Best Supporting Actress
1 Florida Film Critics Award: Best Actor
1 Kansas City Film Critics Circle Award: Best Actor
2 National Society of Film Critics: Best Actor, Best Screenplay
3 New York Film Critics Circle Awards: Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Screenplay
1 San Diego Film Critics Society Award: Best Actor
2 San Francisco Film Critics Circle Awards: Best Supporting Actor; Best Adapted Screenplay
1 Satellite Award: Best Art Direction & Production Design
2 Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards: Best Actor; Best Ensemble
1 Washington DC Area FIlm Critics Award: Best Actor

TOTAL AWARDS (to date): 31

14. “ParaNorman”

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TOP AWARDS:
2 Annie Awards: Outstanding Character Animation; Outstanding Character Design

OTHER AWARDS:
1 Central Ohio Film Critics Association Award: Best Animated Film
1 Chicago Film Critics Award: Best Animated Film
1 Las Vegas Film Critics Society Award: Best Animated Film
1 National Board of Review Award: Spotlight (John Goodman, shared with Argo, Flight, and Trouble with the Curve)
1 San Diego Film Critics Society Award: Best Animated Film
1 San Francisco Critics Circle Award: Best Animated Film
1 Southeastern Film Critics Association Award: Best Animated Film
1 Toronto Film Critics Association Award: Best Animated Film
1 Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Award: Best Animated Film

TOTAL AWARDS (to date): 11

15. “Silver Linings Playbook”

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TOP AWARDS:
1 BAFTA Award: Best Adapted Screenplay (David O. Russell)
1 Golden Globe Award: Best Actress, Comedy or Musical (Jennifer Lawrence)
1 Screen Actors Guild Award: Best Actress (Jennifer Lawrence, pictured)
1 Toronto Film Festival Award: Audience Award

OTHER AWARDS:
1 American Cinema Editors “Eddie” Award: Best Editing, Comedy or Musical
1 Austin Film Critics Association Award: Best Actress (Jennifer Lawrence)
4 Critics Choice Awards: Best Acting Ensemble; Best Comedy; Best Actor, Comedy (Bradley Cooper); Best Actress, Comedy
1 Central Ohio Film Critics Association Award: Best Actress
3 Hollywood Film Awards: Director of the Year (David O. Russell); Actor of the Year; Supporting Actor of the Year (Robert De Niro)
1 Kansas City Film Critics Circle Award: Best Actress
1 Las Vegas Film Critics Society Award: Best Actress
1 Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award: Best Actress (a tie with Amour’s Emmanuelle Riva)
2 National Board of Review Awards: Best Actor; Best Adapted Screenplay (David O. Russell)
5 Satellite Awards: Best Picture; Best Actor; Best Actress; Best Director; Best Editing
1 Southeastern Film Critics Association Award: Best Actress
1 Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Award: Best Adapted Screenplay

TOTAL AWARDS (to date): 26

16. “Skyfall”

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TOP AWARDS:
1 American Society of Cinematographers Award: Best Cinematography (Roger Deakins)
1 Art Directors Guild Award: Best Production Design in a Contemporary Film (Dennis Gassner)
2 BAFTA Awards: Best Original Music (Thomas Newman); Best British Film
1 Golden Globe Award: Best Original Song (Adele, pictured, and Paul Epworth)

OTHER AWARDS:
3 Critics Choice Awards: Best Action Movie; Best Actor, Action Movie; Best Song (Adele and Paul Epworth)
1 Central Ohio Film Critics Association Award: Best Cinematography (Roger Deakins)
1 Florida Film Critics Award: Best Cinematography
1 Las Vegas Film Critics Society Award: Best Song
1 Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award: Best Cinematography
1 Motion Picture Sound Editors “Golden Reel” Award: Best Sound Editing for Sound Effects and Foley in a Feature Film
1 Screen Actors Guild Award: Best Action Performance by Stunt Ensemble

TOTAL AWARDS (to date): 14

17. “Wreck-It Ralph”

Disney, File / AP

TOP AWARDS:
5 Annie Awards: Best Animated Feature; Best Director (Rich Moore); Best Music; Best Voice Acting (Alan Tudyk); Best Writing
1 Producers Guild Award: Best Animated Film

OTHER AWARDS:
1 Austin Film Critics Association Award: Best Animated Film
1 Critics Choice Award: Best Animated Film
1 Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Award: Best Animated Film
1 Motion Picture Sound Editors “Golden Reel” Award: Best Sound Editing for Sound Effects, Foley, Dialogue, and ADR in an Animation Feature Film
1 National Board of Review Award: Best Animated Film

TOTAL AWARDS (to date): 11

18. “Zero Dark Thirty”

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TOP AWARDS:
1 Golden Globe: Best Actress, Drama (Jessica Chastain)
1 Writers Guild Award: Best Original Screenplay (Mark Boal)

OTHER AWARDS:
1 Austin Film Critics Association Award: Best Film
3 Boston Society of Film Critics Awards: Best Film; Best Director (Kathryn Bigelow); Best Film Editing
2 Critics Choice Awards: Best Actress (Jessica Chastain); Best Editing
5 Chicago Film Critics Awards: Best Picture; Best Director; Best Actress; Best Original Screenplay (Mark Boal); Best Editing (William Goldenberg & Dylan Tichenor)
3 Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Awards: Best Director; Best Actress; Best Screenplay
1 Florida Film Critics Circle Award: Best Actress
1 Hollywood Film Award: Editor of the Year (Dylan Tichenor, who also won for Lawless)
1 Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award: Best Editing
3 National Board of Review Awards: Best Film; Best Director; Best Actress
3 New York Film Critics Circle Awards: Best Film; Best Director; Best Cinematographer
1 Online Film Critics Society Award: Best Actress
1 San Diego Film Critics Society Award: Special Award for cinematographer Greig Fraser (also for Snow White and the Huntsman and Killing Them Softly)
3 San Francisco Critics Circle Awards: Best Picture; Best Director; Best Original Screenplay
1 Satellite Award: Best Original Screenplay
4 Vancouver Critics Circle Awards: Best Film; Best Actress; Best Director; Best Screenplay
3 Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Awards: Best Film; Best Director; Best Actress

TOTAL AWARDS (to date): 38

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