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Awards

Academy Awards, USA 2003

Nominated
Oscar
Best Writing, Original Screenplay
Carlos Cuarón
Alfonso Cuarón

Golden Globes, USA 2002

Nominated
Golden Globe
Best Foreign Language Film
Mexico

BAFTA Awards 2003

Nominated
BAFTA Film Award
Best Screenplay - Original
Carlos Cuarón
Alfonso Cuarón
Best Film not in the English Language
Jorge Vergara
Alfonso Cuarón

Awards Circuit Community Awards 2002

Won
ACCA
Best Foreign Language Film
Mexico
Nominated
ACCA
Best Original Screenplay
Alfonso Cuarón
Carlos Cuarón

Bodil Awards 2003

Nominated
Bodil
Best Non-American Film (Bedste ikke amerikanske film)
Alfonso Cuarón
Mexico.

Boston Society of Film Critics Awards 2002

Won
BSFC Award
Best Foreign Language Film
Mexico.

British Independent Film Awards 2002

Nominated
British Independent Film Award
Best Foreign Independent Film - Foreign Language

Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards 2003

Won
Critics Choice Award
Best Foreign-Language Film

Central Ohio Film Critics Association 2003

2nd place
COFCA Award
Best Foreign Language Film

Chicago Film Critics Association Awards 2003

Won
CFCA Award
Best Foreign Language Film
Mexico/USA.
Nominated
CFCA Award
Most Promising Performer
Gael García Bernal
For El crimen del Padre Amaro

Chlotrudis Awards 2003

Nominated
Chlotrudis Award
Best Movie
Best Actor
Gael García Bernal
Best Actress
Maribel Verdú
Best Original Screenplay
Alfonso Cuarón
Carlos Cuarón
Best Cinematography
Emmanuel Lubezki

Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards 2003

Won
DFWFCA Award
Best Foreign-Language Film

European Film Awards 2001

Nominated
Screen International Award
Alfonso Cuarón
Mexico

Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards 2002

Won
FCCA Award
Best Foreign-Language Film

Florida Film Critics Circle Awards 2003

Won
FFCC Award
Best Foreign Film

Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival 2001

Won
Jury Award
Best Foreign Language
Alfonso Cuarón

GLAAD Media Awards 2003

Nominated
GLAAD Media Award
Outstanding Film - Limited Release

Glitter Awards 2003

Won
Glitter Award
Best Feature - US Film Festivals
Alfonso Cuarón
Tied with Far from Heaven (2002).
Best Feature - International Gay Film Festivals
Alfonso Cuarón
Tied with _Lan yu (2001)_.

Gold Derby Awards 2003

Nominated
Gold Derby Award
Original Screenplay
Alfonso Cuarón
Carlos Cuarón

Golden Trailer Awards 2003

Nominated
Golden Trailer
Best of Show
Creative Partnership
Best Foreign
Creative Partnership
Best Voice Over
Creative Partnership

Grammy Awards 2003

Nominated
Grammy
Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media

Havana Film Festival 2001

Won
FIPRESCI Prize
Alfonso Cuarón
For the good melange of the comic and the tragic expressed in a very sophisticated style.

Independent Spirit Awards 2003

Won
Independent Spirit Award
Best Foreign Film
Alfonso Cuarón
Mexico.

Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards 2002

Won
Sierra Award
Best Foreign Film

London Critics Circle Film Awards 2003

Won
ALFS Award
Foreign Language Film of the Year
Mexico.

Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards 2002

Won
LAFCA Award
Best Foreign Film
Alfonso Cuarón

Mexican Cinema Journalists 2002

Won
Special Silver Goddess

MTV Movie Awards, Latin America 2002

Won
MTV Movie Award
MTV North Feed (mostly Mexico) - Favorite Film (Película de la Gente)
Alfonso Cuarón
MTV North Feed (mostly Mexico) - Best Insult (Mejor Insulto)
Diego Luna
Gael García Bernal
... and vice versa.
MTV North Feed (mostly Mexico) - Best Kiss (Mejor Beso)
Diego Luna
Maribel Verdú
Nominated
MTV Movie Award
MTV North Feed (mostly Mexico) - Best Kiss (Mejor Beso)
Gael García Bernal
Diego Luna
MTV North Feed (mostly Mexico) - Best Kiss (Mejor Beso)
Gael García Bernal
Maribel Verdú
MTV North Feed (mostly Mexico) - Best Original Song (Mejor Rola Peliculera)
Molotov
For the song "Here Comes The Mayo".
MTV North Feed (mostly Mexico) - Hottest Girl (Mamacita del Año)
Salma Hayek

Even though she is not casted in this movie, as herself worked out as inspiration of a shocking ... More

Even though she is not casted in this movie, as herself worked out as inspiration of a shocking onanist sequence performed by Diego Luna and Gael Garcia Bernal

MTV North Feed (mostly Mexico) - Hottest Girl (Mamacita del Año)
Maribel Verdú
MTV North Feed (mostly Mexico) - Meanest Mother (Mama más Mala)
Diana Bracho

National Board of Review, USA 2002

Won
NBR Award
Top Foreign Films

National Society of Film Critics Awards, USA 2003

Won
NSFC Award
Best Foreign Language Film
2nd place
NSFC Award
Best Film
3rd place
NSFC Award
Best Director
Alfonso Cuarón
Best Screenplay
Alfonso Cuarón
Carlos Cuarón

New York Film Critics Circle Awards 2002

Won
NYFCC Award
Best Foreign Language Film
Mexico/USA.

New York Film Critics, Online 2002

Won
NYFCO Award
Best Foreign Language Film

Online Film & Television Association 2003

Won
OFTA Film Award
Best Foreign Language Film
Mexico
Nominated
OFTA Film Award
Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen
Alfonso Cuarón
Carlos Cuarón

Online Film Critics Society Awards 2003

Won
OFCS Award
Best Foreign Language Film

Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards 2003

Nominated
PFCS Award
Best Foreign Film

Political Film Society, USA 2003

Won
PFS Award
Democracy
Nominated
PFS Award
Exposé

Premios ACE 2001

Won
Premio ACE
Cinema - Best Film
Cinema - Best Director
Alfonso Cuarón

San Francisco Film Critics Circle 2002

Won
SFFCC Award
Best Foreign-Language Film

Santa Fe Film Festival 2001

Won
Luminaria
Best Latino Film
Alfonso Cuarón

Satellite Awards 2003

Nominated
Golden Satellite Award
Best Overall DVD

Seattle Film Critics Awards 2002

Won
Seattle Film Critics Award
Best Foreign-Language Film
Mexico.
2nd place
Seattle Film Critics Award
Best Screenplay, Original
Alfonso Cuarón
Carlos Cuarón

Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards 2002

Won
SEFCA Award
Best Foreign Language Film
Mexico/USA.
Nominated
SEFCA Award
Best Picture
7th place

Toronto Film Critics Association Awards 2002

Nominated
TFCA Award
Best Director
Alfonso Cuarón
Best Picture

Tromsø International Film Festival 2002

Won
Aurora Award
Alfonso Cuarón

Utah Film Critics Association Awards 2002

Nominated
UFCA Award
Best Non-English Language Film
Mexico

Valdivia International Film Festival 2001

Won
Best Actor
Gael García Bernal
Diego Luna

Vancouver Film Critics Circle 2003

Nominated
VFCC Award
Best Foreign Language Film
Mexico.

Venice Film Festival 2001

Won
Golden Osella
Alfonso Cuarón
Carlos Cuarón
For the screenplay.
Won
Marcello Mastroianni Award
Gael García Bernal
Diego Luna
Nominated
Golden Lion
Alfonso Cuarón

Village Voice Film Poll 2002

2nd place
VVFP Award
Best Film
2nd place.
3rd place
VVFP Award
Best Director
Alfonso Cuarón
3rd place.

Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Awards 2002

Nominated
WAFCA Award
Best Original Screenplay
Alfonso Cuarón
Carlos Cuarón

Zlín International Film Festival for Children and Youth 2002

Won
Golden Slipper
Feature Film - Youth
Alfonso Cuarón

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