Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Awards Watch: Yearly Round Up 2012
With the award season all said and done for the year 2012, Movie Dearest has tallied up the total trophies handed out by the top 27 organizations, critics groups and industry guilds to get a clearer picture of what is indeed the Best Picture (et al) of the year; only categories with at least two wins are included.
Picture of the Year: Argo, 8 wins.
Actor of the Year: Daniel Day-Lewis in Lincoln, 9 wins.
Actress of the Year: Jennifer Lawrence in Silver Linings Playbook, 6 wins.
Supporting Actor of the Year: Matthew McConaughey in Magic Mike and Christoph Waltz in Django Unchained, 3 wins each.
Supporting Actress of the Year: Anne Hathaway in Les Misérables, 8 wins.
Director of the Year: Ben Affleck for Argo, 4 wins.
Adapted Screenplay of the Year: Argo, 5 wins.
Original Screenplay of the Year: Django Unchained, 4 wins.
Cinematography of the Year: Life of Pi, 4 wins.
Production Design of the Year: Anna Karenina and Lincoln, 2 wins each.
Costume Design of the Year: Anna Karenina, 4 wins.
Original Song of the Year: "Skyfall" from Skyfall, 3 wins.
Film Editing of the Year: Argo, 3 wins.
Sound Mixing & Editing of the Year: Les Misérables, 5 wins.
Visual Effects of the Year: Life of Pi, 7 wins.
Makeup & Hairstyling of the Year: Les Misérables, 2 wins.
Animated Feature of the Year: Wreck-It Ralph, 4 wins.
Foreign Film of the Year: Amour, 7 wins.
Documentary Feature of the Year: Searching for Sugar Man, 5 wins.
New Actor/Actress of the Year: Quvenzhané Wallis in Beasts of the Southern Wild, 2 wins.
New Director of the Year: Benh Zeitlin for Beasts of the Southern Wild, 2 wins.
The top winner was Argo, with wins in 4 categories, while Daniel Day-Lewis won the most awards in any category, with 9 total.
See the comments section below for the list of the 27 groups tracked.