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List of accolades received by Hayao Miyazaki

Accolades received by Hayao Miyazaki
A photograph of director and animator Hayao Miyazaki at the 2009 San Diego Comic-Con
Miyazaki at the 2009 San-Diego Comic Con
Totals
Awards won 120
Nominations 177

Hayao Miyazaki (Japanese: 宮崎 駿, Hepburn: Miyazaki Hayao, born January 5, 1941) is a Japanese film director, producer, screenwriter, animator, author, and manga artist. A co-founder of Studio Ghibli, a film and animation studio, he has attained international acclaim as a masterful storyteller and as a maker of anime feature films. His works are characterized by the recurrence of progressive themes, such as environmentalism, pacifism, feminism, love and family. His films' protagonists are often strong girls or young women, and several of his films present morally ambiguous antagonists with redeeming qualities.[1]

In the course of his career, Miyazaki has received multiple awards and nominations. His first feature films, The Castle of Cagliostro and Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, earned him the Ōfuji Noburō Award at the Mainichi Film Awards in 1979 and 1984, respectively. His film Laputa: Castle in the Sky won Best Anime at the Anime Grand Prix in 1986, and My Neighbor Totoro won Best Photography at the Japan Academy Prize in 1989. He received several awards for his work on Kiki's Delivery Service in 1990, including Best Japanese Film at the Golden Gross Awards and the Special Award at the Japan Academy Prize. Porco Rosso also won the Mainichi Film Award for Best Animation Film in 1993.

Miyazaki's film Princess Mononoke was the first animated film to win the Japan Academy Prize for Picture of the Year; its distribution to the Western world greatly increased Ghibli's popularity and influence outside Japan, and his 2001 film Spirited Away won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature at the 75th Academy Awards. His 2004 film Howl's Moving Castle and 2009 film Ponyo received several awards, including Animation of the Year at the Tokyo Anime Awards, and both were nominated for the Annie Award for Directing in a Feature Production. His 2013 film The Wind Rises was also highly awarded; it received Animation of the Year from the Japan Academy Prize, and a nomination for Best Foreign Language Film at the 71st Golden Globe Awards. Howl's Moving Castle and The Wind Rises were nominated for Best Animated Feature at the 78th and 86th Academy Awards. Miyazaki was awarded the Academy Honorary Award in November 2014, for his impact on animation and cinema.

Films

The Castle of Cagliostro

The Castle of Cagliostro was released in Japan on December 15, 1979.[2]

Award Year Category Result Refs.
Mainichi Film Award 1979 Ōfuji Noburō Award Won [3]

Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind

Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind was released on March 11, 1984. It grossed ¥1.48 billion at the box office, and made an additional ¥742 million in distribution income.[4]

Award Year Category Result Refs.
Anime Grand Prix 1984 Best Anime Won [5]
Kinema Junpo Awards 1984 Readers' Choice Award – Best Film Won [5]
Japanese Movie Director Prize Won
Japanese Anime Festival 1984 Grand Prix of Animation Won [5]
Mainichi Film Award 1984 Ōfuji Noburō Award Won [5]
Zenkoku Eiren 1984 Best Japanese Film Won [5]

Laputa: Castle in the Sky

Laputa: Castle in the Sky was released on August 2, 1986. It was the highest-grossing animation film of the year in Japan.[6]

Award Year Category Result Refs.
Anime Grand Prix 1986 Best Anime Won [5]
Eiga Geijyutsu 1986 Best Film Won [5]
Kinema Junpo Awards 1986 Readers' Choice Award – Best Film Runner-Up [5]
Mainichi Film Award 1986 Ōfuji Noburō Award Won [5]

My Neighbor Totoro

My Neighbor Totoro was released on April 16, 1988. While it was commercially unsuccessful at the box office, merchandising was successful, and it received critical acclaim.[7][8]

Award Year Category Result Refs.
Japan Academy Prize 1989 Best Photography Won [5]
Kinema Junpo Awards 1989 Best Film of the Year Won [9]
Readers' Choice Award – Best Japanese Film Won
Mainichi Film Award 1989 Best Film Won [10]
Ōfuji Noburō Award Won [3]
Blue Ribbon Awards 1989 Special Award Won [10]

Kiki's Delivery Service

Kiki's Delivery Service premiered on July 29, 1989. It earned ¥2.15 billion at the box office,[11] and was the highest-grossing film in Japan in 1989.[12]

Award Year Category Result Refs.
Anime Grand Prix 1990 Best Anime Won [13]
The Erandole Award 1990 Special Award Won [13]
Golden Gross Awards 1990 Best Japanese Film Won [13]
Japan Academy Prize 1990 Special Award Won [13]
Japanese Agency of Cultural Affairs 1990 Best Film Won [13]
Japan Cinema Association Award 1990 Best Film Won [13]
Best Director Won
Kinema Junpo Awards 1990 Readers' Choice Award – Best Japanese Film of the Year Won [13]
Mainichi Film Award 1990 Best Animation Film Won [13]
The Movie's Day 1990 Special Achievement Award Won [13]
Tokyo Metropolitan Cultural Honor 1990 Best Film Won [13]

Porco Rosso

Porco Rosso was released on July 18, 1992. The film was critically and commercially successful, remaining the highest-grossing animated film in Japan for several years.[14][b]

Award Year Category Result Refs.
Annecy International Animated Film Festival 1993 Best Film Won [15]
Mainichi Film Award 1993 Best Animation Film Won [3]

Princess Mononoke

Princess Mononoke was released on July 12, 1997. It was critically and commercially successful, earning a domestic total of ¥14 billion (US$148 million),[16] and becoming the highest-grossing film in Japan for several months.[17][c] Upon its release in Western markets, it was largely unsuccessful at the box office, grossing about US$3 million,[18]

Award Year Category Result Refs.
Agency for Cultural Affairs 1997 Excellent Movie Award Won [13]
Asahi Best Ten Film Festival 1997 Best Japanese Movie Won [13]
Readers' Choice Award Won
Asahi Digital Entertainment Award 1997 Theater Division Award Won [13]
The Association of Movie Viewing Groups 1997 Best Japanese Movie Won [13]
The Elandore Awards 1997 Special Award Won [13]
Fumiko Yamaji Award 1997 Cultural Award Won [13]
Golden Gross Awards 1997 Grand Prize Won [13]
Special Achievement Award Won
Hochi Film Award 1997 Special Award Won [13]
Japan Media Arts Festival 1997 Grand Prize in Animation Won [13]
Mainichi Art Award 1997 Movie Award Won [13]
MMCA Special Award 1997 Multimedia Grand Prix 1997 Won [13]
The Movie's Day 1997 Special Achievement Award Won [13]
Nihon Keizai Shimbun 1997 Award for Excellency Won [13]
Nikkei Awards for Excellent Products and Service Won
Nikkan Sports Film Award 1997 Best Director Won [13]
Yujiro Ishihara Award Won
Osaka Film Festival 1997 Special Award Won [13]
Takasaki Film Festival 1997 Best Director Won [13]
Tokyo Sports Movie Award 1997 Best Director Won [13]
Blue Ribbon Awards 1998 Special Award Won [13]
Japan Academy Prize 1998 Picture of the Year Won [19]
Kinema Junpo Awards 1998 Readers' Choice Award – Best Film Won [13]
Critics' Choice Award – Best Film Runner-Up
Readers' Choice Award – Best Director Won
Mainichi Film Award 1998 Best Animation Film Won [13]
Best Film Won
Readers' Choice Award – Best Film Won
Annie Award 2000 Outstanding Individual Achievement for Directing in an Animated Feature Production Nominated [20]
Nebula Award 2001 Best Script Nominated [21]

Spirited Away

Spirited Away was released on July 20, 2001; it received critical acclaim, and is considered among the greatest films of the 2000s.[22] The film was also commercially successful, earning ¥30.4 billion (US$289.1 million) at the box office.[23] It is the highest-grossing film in Japan.[24]

Award Year Category Result Refs.
Berlin International Film Festival 2002 Golden Bear Won [13]
Blue Ribbon Awards 2002 Best Film Won [25]
Nikkan Sports Film Award 2002 Best Film Won [26]
New York Film Critics Circle 2002 Best Animated Film Won [27]
New York Film Critics Online 2002 Best Animated Feature Won [13]
Boston Society of Film Critics Awards 2002 Special Commendation[d] Won [13]
National Board of Review of Motion Pictures 2002 Best Animated Feature Won [13]
Cinekid Festival 2002 Cinekid Film Award Won [13]
Durban International Film Festival 2002 Best Film Won [28]
European Film Awards 2002 Screen International Award Nominated [29]
Kinema Junpo Awards 2002 Readers' Choice Award – Best Film Won [30]
Los Angeles Film Critics Association 2002 LAFCA Award Won [13]
Mainichi Film Awards 2002 Best Animation Film Won [31]
Best Director Won
Best Film Won
Readers' Choice Award – Best Film Won
San Francisco International Film Festival 2002 Audience Award – Best Narrative Feature Won [13]
Sitges Film Festival 2002 Special Mention Won [13]
Best Film Nominated
Tokyo Anime Award 2002 Grand Prix Won [32]
Best Director Won
Japan Academy Prize 2002 Picture of the Year Won [33]
Hong Kong Film Award 2002 Best Asian Film Won [13]
Academy Award 2003 Best Animated Feature Won [34]
Critics' Choice Awards 2003 Best Animated Feature Won [13]
Online Film Critics Society Award 2003 Best Animated Film Won [13]
Best Foreign Language Film Nominated
British Independent Film Awards 2003 Best Foreign Independent Film Nominated [35]
Saturn Award 2003 Best Writing Nominated [13]
Film Critics Circle of Australia 2003 Best Foreign-Language Film Won [36]
Chicago Film Critics Association 2003 Best Foreign Language Film Nominated [37]
Satellite Awards 2003 Best Animated or Mixed Media Feature Won [13]
Phoenix Film Critics Society Award 2003 Best Animated Film Won [13]
International Horror Guild Award 2003 Best Movie Nominated [38]
Florida Film Critics Circle 2003 Best Animated Film Won [13]
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association 2003 Best Animated Film Won [13]
Amsterdam Fantastic Film Festival 2003 Silver Scream Award Won [13]
Annie Award 2003 Best Animated Feature Won [13]
Directing in an Animated Feature Production Won
Outstanding Writing in an Animated Feature Production Won
Cambridge Film Festival 2003 Audience Award – Best Film Won [39]
Cinema Writers Circle Awards, Spain 2003 Best Foreign Film Won [40]
César Award 2003 Best Foreign Film Nominated [41]
Hugo Award 2003 Best Dramatic Presentation – Long Form Nominated [42]
Broadcast Film Critics Association 2003 Best Animated Feature Won [43]
Argentine Film Critics Association 2004 Silver Condor Award for Best Foreign Film Nominated [44]
British Academy Film Awards 2004 Best Film Not in the English Language Nominated [45]
London Critics Circle Film Awards 2004 Foreign Language Film of the Year Nominated [46]
Nebula Award 2004 Best Script Nominated [47]

Howl's Moving Castle

Howl's Moving Castle was released on November 20, 2004, and received widespread critical acclaim. In Japan, the film grossed a record $14.5 million in its first week of release.[48] It remains among the highest-grossing films in Japan, with a worldwide gross of over ¥19.3 billion.[49]

Award Year Category Result Refs.
Mavi Film Festival 2004 Audience Award Won [50]
Sitges Film Festival 2004 Audience Award – Best Feature Film Won [50]
Best Film Nominated
Venice Film Festival 2004 Golden Osella for Outstanding Technical Contribution Won [51]
Golden Lion Nominated [52]
Hollywood Film Awards 2005 Animation of the Year Won [53]
Mainichi Film Awards 2005 Readers' Choice Award – Best Film Won [50]
Tokyo Anime Award 2005 Animation of the Year Won [50]
Best Director Won
Satellite Awards 2005 Best Animated or Mixed Media Feature Nominated [54]
San Diego Film Critics Society Award 2005 Best Animated Film Won [54]
Seattle International Film Festival 2005 Golden Space Needle Award Runner-Up [50]
New York Film Critics Circle 2005 Best Animated Film Won [27]
Academy Award 2006 Best Animated Feature Nominated [55]
Annie Award 2006 Directing in an Feature Production Nominated [56]
Outstanding Writing in a Feature Production Nominated
Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards 2006 Best Animated Feature Nominated [54]
Online Film Critics Society Awards 2006 Best Animated Feature Nominated [54]
Saturn Award 2006 Best Animated Film Nominated [57]
MTV Russia Movie Awards 2006 Best Cartoon Nominated [58]
Hong Kong Film Award 2006 Best Asian Film Nominated [59]
Nebula Award 2007 Best Script Won [60]

Ponyo

Ponyo was released on July 19, 2008. The film was also a commercial success, earning ¥10 billion (US$93.2 million) in its first month[61] and ¥15.5 billion by the end of 2008, placing it among the highest-grossing films in Japan.[62]

Award Year Category Result Refs.
Venice Film Festival 2008 Future Film Festival Digital Award Special Mention [63]
Mimmo Rotella Foundation Award Won
Golden Lion Nominated
Asian Film Awards 2009 Best Director Nominated [64]
Chicago Film Critics Association Awards 2009 Best Animated Feature Nominated [65]
Japan Academy Prize 2009 Animation of the Year Won [66]
Online Film Critics Society Awards 2010 Best Animated Feature Nominated [67]
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association 2009 Best Animated Feature Nominated [68]
Tokyo Anime Award 2009 Best Domestic Feature Won [69]
Best Director Won
Best Original Story Won
Animation of the Year Won
Hong Kong Film Award 2010 Best Asian Film Nominated [70]
Annie Award 2010 Directing in a Feature Production Nominated [71]

The Wind Rises

The Wind Rises premiered on July 20, 2013,[72] and received critical acclaim. It was also commercially successful, grossing ¥11.6 billion (US$110 million) at the Japanese box office, becoming the highest-grossing film in Japan in 2013.[73]

Award Year Category Result Refs.
EDA Awards 2013 Best Animated Feature Won [74]
Annie Award 2013 Best Animated Feature Nominated [75]
Writing in an Animated Feature Production Won
Asia Pacific Screen Awards 2013 Best Animated Feature Film Nominated [76]
Boston Online Film Critics Association 2013 Best Animated Film Won[e] [77]
Boston Society of Film Critics 2013 Best Animated Film Won [78]
Chicago Film Critics Association 2013 Best Foreign Language Film Nominated [79]
Best Animated Feature Won
Critics' Choice Movie Award 2013 Best Animated Feature Nominated [79]
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association 2013 Best Foreign Language Film Nominated [80]
Golden Globe Award 2013 Best Foreign Language Film Nominated [81]
Japan Academy Prize 2013 Animation of the Year Won [82]
Los Angeles Film Critics Association 2013 Best Animated Film Runner-Up [83]
National Board of Review 2013 Best Animated Film Won [84]
New York Film Critics Circle 2013 Best Animated Film Won [27]
New York Film Critics Online 2013 Best Animated Feature Won [85]
Online Film Critics Society 2013 Best Animated Feature Won [86]
Best Picture Nominated [87]
Best Director Nominated
Best Foreign Language Film Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Nominated
Phoenix Film Critics Society 2013 Best Animated Film Nominated [88]
San Francisco Film Critics Circle 2013 Best Animated Feature Nominated [89]
Satellite Awards 2013 Best Animated or Mixed Media Feature Won [90]
St. Louis Film Critics Association 2013 Best Animated Film Runner-Up [91]
Venice Film Festival 2013 Golden Lion Nominated [92]
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association 2013 Best Animated Feature Nominated [93]
Academy Awards 2014 Best Animated Feature Nominated [94]

Other works

Award Year Category Work Result Refs.
Annie Award 1998 Winsor McCay Award N/A Won [95]
Mainichi Film Award 2002 Ōfuji Noburō Award Whale Hunt Won [3]
Venice International Film Festival 2005 Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement N/A Won [51]
Person of Cultural Merit 2012 Person of Cultural Merit N/A Won [96]
Annie Award 2013 Writing in an Animated Feature Production From Up on Poppy Hill Nominated [97]
Governors Awards 2014 Academy Honorary Award N/A Won [98]

Notes

  1. ^ Awards in certain categories do not have prior nominations and only winners are announced by the jury. For simplification and to avoid errors, each award in this list has been presumed to have had a prior nomination.
  2. ^ Porco Rosso was succeeded as the highest-grossing animated film in Japan by Miyazaki's Princess Mononoke in 1997.[14]
  3. ^ Princess Mononoke was eclipsed as the highest-grossing film in Japan by Titanic, released several months later.[17]
  4. ^ Awarded for artistic contribution to the field of animation.[13]
  5. ^ Tied with Frozen.[77]

References

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  2. ^ McCarthy 1999, p. 50.
  3. ^ a b c d Animations 2008.
  4. ^ Kanō 2006, pp. 65–66.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Cavallaro 2006, p. 183.
  6. ^ Cavallaro 2006, p. 58.
  7. ^ Cavallaro 2006, p. 194.
  8. ^ Camp & Davis 2007, p. 227.
  9. ^ Kinema Junpo Movie Database.
  10. ^ a b Chua 2016.
  11. ^ Gaulène 2011.
  12. ^ Hairston 1998.
  13. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw Cavallaro 2006, p. 184.
  14. ^ a b Cavallaro 2006, p. 96.
  15. ^ Akimoto 2014.
  16. ^ Cavallaro 2006, p. 120.
  17. ^ a b Ebert 1999.
  18. ^ Cavallaro 2006, p. 121.
  19. ^ Cavallaro 2006, p. 32.
  20. ^ International Animated Film Association 2000.
  21. ^ Locus 2011a.
  22. ^ Dietz 2010.
  23. ^ Sudo 2014.
  24. ^ Cavallaro 2006, p. 135.
  25. ^ AllCinema 2001.
  26. ^ Nikkan Sports.
  27. ^ a b c Feinberg 2014.
  28. ^ Bruno 2002.
  29. ^ Filmweb 2002.
  30. ^ Komatsu 2017.
  31. ^ Mainichi Shimbun.
  32. ^ IMDb 2002.
  33. ^ Howe 2003a.
  34. ^ Howe 2003b.
  35. ^ British Independent Film Awards.
  36. ^ Film Critics Circle of Australia.
  37. ^ IMDb 2003.
  38. ^ International Horror Guild.
  39. ^ Screen Daily 2003.
  40. ^ Schwartz 2008, p. 283.
  41. ^ Académie des Arts et Techniques du Cinéma 2003.
  42. ^ Hugo Awards 2003.
  43. ^ Godfrey 2003.
  44. ^ Asociación de Productores y Realizadores de Cine del Uruguay 2004.
  45. ^ BBC News 2004.
  46. ^ IMDb 2004.
  47. ^ Nebula Awards 2003.
  48. ^ Talbot 2005.
  49. ^ Osaki 2013.
  50. ^ a b c d e Cavallaro 2006, p. 185.
  51. ^ a b Cavallaro 2006, p. 157.
  52. ^ ABC News 2005.
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  54. ^ a b c d Box Office Prophets.
  55. ^ Wellham 2016.
  56. ^ International Animated Film Association 2006.
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  58. ^ IMDb 2006.
  59. ^ China Daily 2006.
  60. ^ Locus 2011b.
  61. ^ Ball 2008.
  62. ^ Landreth 2009.
  63. ^ Transilvania International Film Festival.
  64. ^ Anime News Network 2009a.
  65. ^ Chicago Film Critics Association.
  66. ^ Anime News Network 2009b.
  67. ^ Online Film Critics Society 2010.
  68. ^ Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association 2009.
  69. ^ Schilling 2009.
  70. ^ Hong Kong Film Awards 2010.
  71. ^ Anime News Network 2009c.
  72. ^ Keegan 2013.
  73. ^ Ma 2014.
  74. ^ Alliance of Women Film Journalists 2013.
  75. ^ The Japan Times 2014.
  76. ^ Stephens 2013.
  77. ^ a b Chitwood 2013.
  78. ^ Anime News Network 2013c.
  79. ^ a b Anime News Network 2013e.
  80. ^ Jorgenson 2013.
  81. ^ Anime News Network 2013d.
  82. ^ Green 2014.
  83. ^ Amidi 2013.
  84. ^ Lewis 2013.
  85. ^ Adams 2013.
  86. ^ Variety 2013.
  87. ^ Online Film Critics Society 2013.
  88. ^ Uproxx 2013b.
  89. ^ Lodge 2013.
  90. ^ Anime News Network 2013b.
  91. ^ Uproxx 2013a.
  92. ^ Anime News Network 2013a.
  93. ^ Gordon 2013.
  94. ^ Anime News Network 2014.
  95. ^ International Animated Film Association 1998.
  96. ^ Komatsu 2012.
  97. ^ International Animated Film Association 2013.
  98. ^ CBS News 2014, p. 24.

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