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List of film awards

This is a list of groups, organizations and festivals that recognize achievements in cinema, usually by awarding various prizes. The awards sometimes also have popular unofficial names (such as the 'Oscar' for Hollywood's Academy Awards), which are mentioned if applicable. Many awards are simply identified by the name of the group presenting the award.

Awards have been divided into four major categories: Critics' Awards, voted on (usually annually) by a group of critics; Festival Awards, awards presented to the best film shown in a particular film festival; Industry Awards, which are selected by professionals working in some branch of the movie industry; and Audience Awards, which are voted by the general public.

Contents

  • Significant critics' awards 1
    • International 1.1
    • Argentina 1.2
    • Australia 1.3
    • Bangladesh 1.4
    • Belgium 1.5
    • Canada 1.6
    • Denmark 1.7
    • France 1.8
    • Lebanon 1.9
    • Germany 1.10
    • Hong Kong 1.11
    • India 1.12
    • Internet 1.13
    • Ireland 1.14
    • Israel 1.15
    • Pakistan 1.16
    • Philippines 1.17
    • Portugal 1.18
    • Spain 1.19
    • Turkey 1.20
    • United Kingdom 1.21
    • United States 1.22
    • Uruguay 1.23
  • Significant Festival awards 2
    • Argentina 2.1
    • Armenia 2.2
    • Bangladesh 2.3
    • Belgium 2.4
    • Bosnia and Herzegovina 2.5
    • Burkina Faso 2.6
    • Canada 2.7
    • Croatia 2.8
    • Czech Republic 2.9
    • Egypt 2.10
    • France 2.11
    • Germany 2.12
    • Greece 2.13
    • Hungary 2.14
    • India 2.15
    • Iran 2.16
    • Italy 2.17
    • Morocco 2.18
    • Netherlands 2.19
    • Nigeria 2.20
    • Norway 2.21
    • Pakistan 2.22
    • Poland 2.23
    • Portugal 2.24
    • Philippines 2.25
    • Russia 2.26
    • Spain 2.27
    • Sweden 2.28
    • Switzerland 2.29
    • Turkey 2.30
    • United Kingdom 2.31
    • United States 2.32
  • Industry awards 3
    • Argentina 3.1
    • Australia 3.2
    • Austria 3.3
    • Bangladesh 3.4
    • Belgium 3.5
    • Canada 3.6
    • China 3.7
    • Denmark 3.8
    • Europe 3.9
    • Finland 3.10
    • France 3.11
    • Germany 3.12
    • Hong Kong 3.13
    • India 3.14
    • Indonesia 3.15
    • International 3.16
    • Ireland 3.17
    • Israel 3.18
    • Italy 3.19
    • Japan 3.20
    • Lithuania 3.21
    • Mexico 3.22
    • Nigeria 3.23
    • Pakistan 3.24
    • Philippines 3.25
    • Poland 3.26
    • Portugal 3.27
    • Romania 3.28
    • Russia 3.29
    • South Africa 3.30
    • South Korea 3.31
    • Spain 3.32
    • Sweden 3.33
    • Switzerland 3.34
    • Taiwan 3.35
    • Thailand 3.36
    • Turkey 3.37
    • United Kingdom 3.38
    • United States 3.39
    • Vietnam 3.40
  • Audience Awards 4
    • Canada 4.1
    • International 4.2
    • Bangladesh 4.3
    • India 4.4
    • Nigeria 4.5
    • Pakistan 4.6
    • Poland 4.7
    • United Kingdom 4.8
    • United States 4.9
  • Sources and references 5
  • References 6

Significant critics' awards

International

Argentina

Australia

Bangladesh

Belgium

Canada

Denmark

France

Lebanon

Germany

Hong Kong

India

Internet

Ireland

Israel

  • Israeli Film Critics Association

Pakistan

Philippines

Portugal

Spain

Turkey

United Kingdom

United States

Uruguay

  • Uruguayan Film Critics Association - Link

Significant Festival awards

(This is not intended to be a complete list of film festivals, but to showcase the distinctively named awards given at some festivals.)

Argentina

Armenia

Bangladesh

Belgium

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Burkina Faso

Canada

Croatia

Czech Republic

Egypt

France

Germany

Greece

Hungary

  • Hungarian Film and TV Awards[2]

India

Iran

Italy

Morocco

Netherlands

Nigeria

Norway

Pakistan

Poland

  • Festiwal Polskich Filmów Fabularnych
    • Golden Lions (Złote Lwy)
  • Polish Film Academy
    • Eagels (Orły)

Portugal

Philippines

Russia

Spain

Sweden

  • Göteborg Film Festival
    • Göteborg Film Festival Nordic Film Award, The FilmDragon
    • The Ingmar Bergman International Debut Award
  • Stockholm International Film Festival
    • Bronze Horse (best picture)

Switzerland

Turkey

United Kingdom

  • London Film Festival
    • The Sutherland Trophy (best picture)
  • Dinard Festival of British Cinema
    • Golden Hitchcock (best picture)
  • Sheffield Doc/Fest
    • Special Jury Prize, Audience Award (both best picture)
    • Tried and Trusted Short film Awards Borehamwood www.triedandtrusteduk.com
  • The UK Film Festival
    • Best Feature, Best Animation, Best Documentary, Best International Short Film, Best British Short Film

United States

Industry awards

Argentina

Australia

Austria

  • Österreichischer Filmpreis (Austrian Film Awards)

Bangladesh

Belgium

Canada

China

Denmark

Europe

Finland

France

Germany

Hong Kong

India

Indonesia

International

Ireland

Israel

Italy

Japan

Lithuania

Mexico

Nigeria

Pakistan

Philippines

Poland

Portugal

Romania

Russia

South Africa

South Korea

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

  • Swiss Film Awards

Taiwan

Thailand

Turkey

  • Yeşilçam Award
  • İFSAK Movie Awards
  • Siyad Awards
  • Sedat Simavi Film Awards
  • Sadri Alışık Awards
  • Orhon Murat Arıburnu Awards

United Kingdom

United States

Vietnam

  • Silver Kite Awards

Audience Awards

Canada

International

  • YOBI.tv YobiFilm Award

Bangladesh

India

Nigeria

Pakistan

Poland

United Kingdom

Audience Award for Most Popular Show (now retired)

United States

Sources and references

  • IMDB search page for data on hundreds of awards and festivals

References

  1. ^ Official website
  2. ^
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