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Awards Leaderboard: Top Movies of 2015

We help you keep track of the awards season 2015/2016.

by | December 17, 2015 | Comments

From December through February, the best movies of 2015 are getting honored by critics, press, fans, and members of the film industry from all over. To help you keep track os the results, and who is getting what, we put together a ranking of movies by number of awards won and respective categories. Read on to find out where your favorite movies stand in the leaderboard, and who is leading the pack.

 

Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) 97%

 46 wins

Spotlight (2015) 96%

 37 wins

The Revenant (2015) 81%

 24 wins

Room (2015) 94%

 20 wins

Carol (2015) 94%

 17 wins

  • Indie Spirit – Best Cinematography
  • Golden Tomato  – Best Romance
  • NSFC – Best Director
  • NSFC – Best Cinematography
  • AFI – Top 10 Movies 2015
  • TFCA – Best Picture
  • TFCA – Best Director
  • FCA – Best Actress
  • SFFCC – Best Production Design
  • NYFCO – Best Supporting Actress
  • BSFC – Best Director
  • BSFC – Best Cinematography
  • LAFCA – Best Music Score
  • NYFCC – Best Picture
  • NYFCC – Best Director
  • NYFCC – Best Screenplay
  • NYFCC – Best Cinematographer

Ex Machina (2015) 92%

 17 wins

  • Oscars – Best Visual Effects
  • DGA – Outstanding First-Time Feature Film
  • Critics’ Choice – Best Sci-Fi/Horror Movie
  • LVFCS – Best Horror/Sci-fi Film
  • LVFCS – Breakout Filmmaker
  • CFCA – Best Supporting Actress
  • CFCA – Most Promising Filmmaker
  • TFCA – Best Supporting Actress
  • TFCA – Best First Feature
  • NYFCO – Best Debut Director
  • NYFCO – Breakthrough Performance
  • BIFA – Best British Independent Film
  • BIFA – Best Director
  • BIFA – Best Screenplay
  • BIFA – Achievement in Craft
  • LAFCA – Best Supporting Actress
  • WAFCA – Best Supporting Actress

Inside Out (2015) 98%

 16 wins

  • Oscars – Best Animated Feature Film
  • BAFTA – Best Animated Film
  • VES – Animated Performance, Animated
  • PGA – Best Animated Picture
  • Critics’ Choice – Best Animated Feature
  • Golden Globe – Best Animated Picture
  • Golden Tomato – Best Animation
  • LVFCS – Best Animated Film
  • AFI – Top 10 Movies 2015
  • CFCA – Best Animated Feature
  • NYFCO – Best Animated Feature
  • BSFC – Best Animated Film
  • WAFCA – Best Original Screenplay
  • WAFCA – Best Animated Feature
  • NYFCC – Best Animated Film
  • NBR – Best Animated Feature

The Big Short (2015) 88%

 13 wins

Amy (2015) 95%

 12 wins

  • Oscars – Best Documentary Feature
  • BAFTA – Best Documentary
  • PGA – Best Documentary Picture
  • Critics’ Choice – Best Documentary Feature
  • Golden Tomato – Best Documentary
  • NSFC – Best Non-Fiction
  • CFCA – Best Documentary
  • NYFCO – Best Documentary
  • BSFC – Best Documentary
  • LAFCA – Best Documentary
  • WAFCA – Best Documentary
  • NBR – Best Documentary

Son of Saul (2015) 96%

 10 wins

  • Oscars – Best Foreign Language Film
  • Indie Spirit – Best International Film
  • Critics’ Choice – Best Foreign Language Film
  • Golden Globe – Best Foreign Language Film
  • CFCA – Best Foreign-Language Film
  • SFFCC – Best Foreign Language Picture
  • NYFCO – Best Foreign Language
  • LAFCA – Best Foreign-Language Film
  • WAFCA – Best Foreign Language Film
  • NYFCC – Best First Film
  • NBR – Best Foreign Language Film

Love & Mercy (2015) 91%

 9 wins

Bridge of Spies (2015) 91%

 8 wins

  • Oscars – Best Actor in a Supporting Role
  • BAFTA – Best Supporting Actor
  • NSFC – Best Supporting Actor
  • AFI – Top 10 Movies 2015
  • TFCA – Best Supporting Actor
  • NYFCO – Best Supporting Actor
  • BSFC – Best Supporting Actor
  • NYFCC – Best Supporting Actor

Brooklyn (2015) 97%

 8 wins

The Hateful Eight (2015) 75%

 8 wins

Beasts of No Nation (2015) 91%

 7 wins

  • Indie Spirit – Best Male Lead
  • Indie Spirit – Best Supporting Male
  • Image Awards – Independent Picture
  • SAG – Best Actor in a Supporting Role
  • WAFCA – Best Supporting Actor
  • NBR – Breakthrough Performance
  • NBR – Freedom of Expression

Creed (2015) 95%

 7 wins

The Martian (2015) 91%

 7 wins

Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens (2015) 92%

 6 wins

  • BAFTA – Best Special Effects
  • VES – Visual Effects, Photoreal
  • VES – Created Environment, Photoreal
  • VES – Virtual Cinematography, Photoreal
  • VES – Outstanding Models
  • AFI – Top 10 Movies 2015

Anomalisa (2015) 92%

 4 wins

  • SFFCC – Best Animated Feature
  • BSFC – Best Animated Film
  • LAFCA – Best Animation
  • LAFCA – Best Music Score

The Danish Girl (2015) 68%

 4 wins

  • Oscars – Best Actress in a Supporting Role
  • SAG – Best Actress in a Supporting Role
  • Critics’ Choice – Best Supporting Actress
  • NYFCO – Breakthrough Performance

The Diary Of A Teenage Girl (2015) 94%

 4 wins

Furious 7 (2015) 80%

 4 wins

The Look of Silence (2015) 96%

 4 wins

Sicario (2015) 94%

 4 wins

45 Years (2015) 97%

 3 wins

  • NSFC – Best Actress
  • BSFC – Best Actress
  • LAFCA – Best Actress

Clouds of Sils Maria (2015) 89%

 3 wins

  • NSFC – Best Supporting Actress
  • BSFC – Best Supporting Actress
  • NYFCC – Best Supporting Actress

The Good Dinosaur (2015) 77%

 3 wins

  • VES – Visual Effects, Animated
  • VES – Created Environment, Animated
  • VES – Effects Simulation, Animated

Steve Jobs (2015) 86%

 3 wins

Straight Outta Compton (2015) 87%

 3 wins

Tangerine (2015) 97%

 3 wins

Timbuktu (2015) 99%

 3 wins

  • Golden Tomato – Best Foreign Language
  • NSFC – Best Foreign-Laguage Film
  • NYFCC – Best Foreign Film

99 Homes (2015) 92%

 2 wins

  • SFFCC – Best Supporting Actor
  • LAFCA – Best Supporting Actor

Bessie (2015) 89%

 2 wins

  • DGA – Outstanding TV Movie or Miniseries
  • SAG – Best Performance by a Female Actor in a TV Movie or Miniseries

Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief (2015) 94%

 2 wins

  • WGA – Documentary Screenplay
  • LVFCS – Best Documentary

Legend (2015) 61%

 2 wins

  • TFCA – Best Actor
  • BIFA – Best Actor

Mediterranea (2015) 90%

 2 wins

Phoenix (2015) 98%

 2 wins

  • TFCA – Best Actress
  • TFCA – Best Foreign-Language Film

Shaun the Sheep Movie (2015) 99%

 2 wins

Spectre (2015) 64%

 2 wins

Trainwreck (2015) 85%

 2 wins

The Black Panthers: Vanguard Of The Revolution (2015) 93%

 1 win

Cartel Land (2015) 89%

 1 win

  • DGA – Outstanding Documentary Film

Cinderella (2015) 83%

 1 win

  • LVFCS – Best Family Film

Dark Horse (2016) 97%

 1 win

  • BIFA – Best Documentary

The Forbidden Room (2015) 95%

1 win

  • TFCA – Best Canadian Film

Goodnight Mommy (2015) 86%

1 win

  • LVFCS – Best Foreign Film

Güeros (2015) 94%

1 win

In Jackson Heights (2015) 95%

1 win

  • NYFCC – Best Non-Fiction Film

It Follows (2015) 96%

1 win

Joy (2015) 60%

 1 win

Kilo Two Bravo (2015) 100%

 1 win

  • BIFA – Producer of the Year

Krisha (2016) 97%

 1 win

Listen To Me Marlon (2015) 97%

 1 win

The Lobster (2016) 89%

 1 win

  • BIFA – Best Supporting Actress

Minions (2015) 56%

 1 win

Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation (2015) 93%

 1 win

Mustang (2015) 98%

 1 win

  • NBR – Freedom of Expression

Nina Forever (2016) 96%

 1 win

  • BIFA – Most Promising Newcomer

Orion: The Man Who Would Be King (2015) 85%

 1 win

  • BIFA – The Discovery Award

Paddington (2015) 98%

1 win

The Perfect Guy (2015) 19%

1 win

Pitch Perfect 2 (2015) 65%

 1 win

Suffragette (2015) 73%

 1 win

  • BIFA – Best Supporting Actor

The Survivalist (2017) 97%

 1 win

  • BIFA – Best Debut Director

Taken 3 (2015) 11%

 1 win

Theeb (2015) 97%

1 win

  • BAFTA – Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer

What We Do In The Shadows (2015) 96%

1 win

Wild Tales (2015) 95%

1 win

  • BAFTA – Best Film Not in English

  • Mark

    Notice to destroy intellectual property called the internet.prx

  • The Las Vegas Film Critics Society made their selections yesterday.

    https://twitter.com/LVFilmCritics

  • mar

    the Lobster won more awards..and mainly jury prize in cannes!!!! ….

  • does anybody know if lists exist for past years? thanks!

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