Moulin Rouge! Poster

(2001)

Awards

Academy Awards, USA 2002

Winner
Oscar
Best Art Direction-Set Decoration
Catherine Martin (art director)
Brigitte Broch (set decorator)
Best Costume Design
Catherine Martin
Angus Strathie
Nominee
Oscar
Best Picture
Fred Baron
Martin Brown
Baz Luhrmann
Best Actress in a Leading Role
Nicole Kidman
Best Cinematography
Donald McAlpine
Best Film Editing
Jill Bilcock
Best Makeup
Maurizio Silvi
Aldo Signoretti
Best Sound
Andy Nelson
Anna Behlmer
Roger Savage
Guntis Sics

Golden Globes, USA 2002

Winner
Golden Globe
Best Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical
Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical
Nicole Kidman
Best Original Score - Motion Picture
Craig Armstrong
Nominee
Golden Globe
Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical
Ewan McGregor
Best Director - Motion Picture
Baz Luhrmann
Best Original Song - Motion Picture
David Baerwald
Song: "Come What May"

BAFTA Awards 2002

Winner
Anthony Asquith Award for Film Music
Craig Armstrong
Marius De Vries
Winner
BAFTA Film Award
Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role
Jim Broadbent
Best Sound
Andy Nelson
Anna Behlmer
Roger Savage
Guntis Sics
Gareth Vanderhope
Antony Gray
Nominee
BAFTA Film Award
Best Film
Martin Brown
Baz Luhrmann
Fred Baron
Best Screenplay - Original
Baz Luhrmann
Craig Pearce
Best Cinematography
Donald McAlpine
Best Production Design
Catherine Martin
Best Costume Design
Catherine Martin
Angus Strathie
Best Editing
Jill Bilcock
Best Achievement in Special Visual Effects
Chris Godfrey
Andy Brown
Nathan McGuinness
Brian Cox
Best Make Up/Hair
Maurizio Silvi
Aldo Signoretti
Nominee
David Lean Award for Direction
Baz Luhrmann

Screen Actors Guild Awards 2002

Nominee
Actor
Outstanding Performance by the Cast of a Theatrical Motion Picture
Jim Broadbent
Nicole Kidman
John Leguizamo
Ewan McGregor
Richard Roxburgh

AARP Movies for Grownups Awards 2002

Nominee
Movies for Grownups Award
Best Actor
Jim Broadbent
For Iris

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA 2002

Nominee
Saturn Award
Best Costumes
Catherine Martin
Angus Strathie
Best DVD Special Edition Release

AFI Awards, USA 2002

Winner
AFI Award
Editor of the Year
Jill Bilcock
Composer of the Year
Craig Armstrong
Nominee
AFI Award
Movie of the Year

MOULIN ROUGE! is a kaleidoscope of melodrama, soap opera and opera, which updates the traditional ... More

MOULIN ROUGE! is a kaleidoscope of melodrama, soap opera and opera, which updates the traditional American musical genre. The film tells the story of a passionate but doomed love affair in dynamic images that explode with color, energy and humor.


ALMA Awards 2002

Winner
ALMA Award
Outstanding Song in a Motion Picture Soundtrack
Christina Aguilera
For the song "Lady Marmalade".
Nominee
ALMA Award
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture
John Leguizamo

American Choreography Awards, USA 2001

Winner
American Choreography Award
Outstanding Achievement in Feature Film
John O'Connell

American Cinema Editors, USA 2002

Winner
Eddie
Best Edited Feature Film - Comedy or Musical
Jill Bilcock

American Society of Cinematographers, USA 2002

Nominee
ASC Award
Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Theatrical Releases
Donald McAlpine

Art Directors Guild 2002

Winner
Excellence in Production Design Award
Period or Fantasy Film
Catherine Martin (production designer)
Ian Gracie (art director)
Annie Beauchamp (art director)
Nikki DiFalco (assistant art director)
Jacinta Leong (assistant art director)
Prisque Salvi (assistant art director)
Sarah Light (assistant art director)
Deborah Riley (assistant art director)

ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards 2002

Winner
ASCAP Award
Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures
Kenny Nolan
For the song "Lady Marmalade".

Australian Film Institute 2001

Winner
AFI Award
Best Costume Design
Catherine Martin
Angus Strathie
Best Sound
Andy Nelson
Roger Savage
Guntis Sics
Best Editing
Jill Bilcock
Best Production Design
Catherine Martin
Best Cinematography
Donald McAlpine
Nominee
AFI Award
Best Actor in a Supporting Role
Richard Roxburgh
Best Actress in a Leading Role
Nicole Kidman
Best Actor in a Leading Role
Ewan McGregor
Best Direction
Baz Luhrmann
Best Film
Baz Luhrmann
Martin Brown
Fred Baron

Australian Screen Sound Guild 2001

Winner
ASSG Award
Best Achievement in Sound for a Feature Film - Effects Editing
Gareth Vanderhope
Alex Wong
Brent Burge
Luke Dunn Gielmuda
Nada Mikas
Roger Savage
Linda Murdoch
Winner
Technical Achievement Award
Simon Leadley
Tim Ryan
Guntis Sics
Stuart Waller
For music production.

Awards Circuit Community Awards 2001

Winner
ACCA
Best Actress in a Leading Role
Nicole Kidman
Best Motion Picture
Fred Baron
Martin Brown
Baz Luhrmann
Winner
Davis Award
Best Actress in a Leading Role
Nicole Kidman
Nominee
ACCA
Best Director
Baz Luhrmann
Best Actor in a Leading Role
Ewan McGregor
Best Actor in a Supporting Role
Jim Broadbent
Runner-Up
Best Cast Ensemble
Ewan McGregor
Nicole Kidman
Jim Broadbent
John Leguizamo
Richard Roxburgh
Best Cinematography
Donald McAlpine
Best Film Editing
Jill Bilcock
Best Visual Effects

Bodil Awards 2002

Nominee
Bodil
Best Non-American Film (Bedste ikke amerikanske film)
Baz Luhrmann (director)

Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards 2002

Winner
Critics Choice Award
Best Director
Baz Luhrmann
Tied with Ron Howard for A Beautiful Mind (2001).
Nominee
Critics Choice Award
Best Picture
Best Actress
Nicole Kidman

Cannes Film Festival 2001

Nominee
Palme d'Or
Baz Luhrmann

Casting Society of America, USA 2002

Winner
Artios
Best Casting for Feature Film, Drama
Ronna Kress

Chicago Film Critics Association Awards 2002

Nominee
CFCA Award
Best Director
Baz Luhrmann
Best Cinematography
Donald McAlpine

Chlotrudis Awards 2002

Winner
Audience Award
Best Supporting Actor
Jim Broadbent
Best Cinematography
Donald McAlpine
Nominee
Chlotrudis Award
Best Supporting Actor
Jim Broadbent
Best Cinematography
Donald McAlpine

Cinema Audio Society, USA 2002

Nominee
C.A.S. Award
Outstanding Sound Mixing for Motion Pictures
Andy Nelson
Anna Behlmer
Roger Savage
Guntis Sics

Cinema Brazil Grand Prize 2002

Nominee
Cinema Brazil Grand Prize
Best Foreign-Language Film (Melhor Filme Estrangeiro)
Baz Luhrmann
Australia/USA.

Cinema Writers Circle Awards, Spain 2002

Nominee
CEC Award
Best Foreign Film (Mejor Película Extranjera)
USA.

CinEuphoria Awards 2010

Winner
CinEuphoria
Top Films of the Decade - International Competition
Baz Luhrmann

César Awards, France 2002

Nominee
César
Best Foreign Film (Meilleur film étranger)
Baz Luhrmann

Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards 2002

Nominee
DFWFCA Award
Best Actress
Nicole Kidman
Best Picture
Best Director
Baz Luhrmann

Directors Guild of America, USA 2002

Nominee
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures
Baz Luhrmann

Empire Awards, UK 2002

Winner
Empire Award
Best Director
Baz Luhrmann
Best Actress
Nicole Kidman
Best British Actor
Ewan McGregor
Nominee
Empire Award
Best Film

European Film Awards 2001

Winner
Outstanding European Achievement in World Cinema
Ewan McGregor
Winner
Screen International Award
Baz Luhrmann
Australia/USA

Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards 2002

Winner
FCCA Award
Best Director
Baz Luhrmann
Best Cinematography
Donald McAlpine
Nominee
FCCA Award
Best Film
Best Actor - Male
Ewan McGregor
Best Actor - Female
Nicole Kidman
Best Screenplay - Original
Baz Luhrmann
Craig Pearce
Best Editing
Jill Bilcock

Gold Derby Awards 2010

Nominee
Gold Derby Award
Lead Actress of the Decade
Nicole Kidman
As Satine
Motion Picture of the Decade
Director of the Decade
Baz Luhrmann

Golden Schmoes Awards 2001

Winner
Golden Schmoes
Best Actress of the Year
Nicole Kidman
Best Music in a Movie
Nominee
Golden Schmoes
Favorite Movie of the Year
Trippiest Movie of the Year
Best Actor of the Year
Ewan McGregor
Favorite Movie Poster of the Year
Best DVD of the Year
Best Line of the Year
"The greatest thing you'll ever learn is just to love..."

Golden Trailer Awards 2002

Winner
Golden Trailer
Best Romance
For "Love Story".
Nominee
Golden Trailer
Best of Show
Best Music

Grammy Awards 2002

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

Hollywood Film Awards 2001

Winner
Actor of the Year
Ewan McGregor
For Black Hawk Down
Winner
Actress of the Year
Nicole Kidman
For The Others and Birthday Girl
Winner
Hollywood Movie of the Year
Baz Luhrmann

Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Awards 2002

Winner
Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Award
Best Period Makeup - Feature
Maurizio Silvi
Vincenzo Mastrantonio
Lesley Vanderwalt
Best Period Hair Styling - Feature
Aldo Signoretti
Ferdinando Merolla
Giorgio Gregorini

IF Awards 2001

Winner
Box Office Achievement
Winner
IF Award
Best Cinematography
Donald McAlpine
Best Music
Craig Armstrong
Steve Sharples
Chris Elliott
Marius De Vries
Nominee
IF Award
Best Feature Film
Baz Luhrmann (director/producer)
Fred Baron (producer)
Martin Brown (producer)
Best Actor
Ewan McGregor
Best Actress
Nicole Kidman
Best Direction
Baz Luhrmann
Best Editing
Jill Bilcock
Best Sound Design
Andy Nelson
Roger Savage

Il Festival Nazionale del Doppiaggio Voci nell'Ombra 2002

Nominee
Film Award
Best Overall Dubbing
Roberto Chevalier

International Monitor Awards 2002

Winner
Monitor
Theatrical Releases - Color Correction
David Bernstein (as David H. Bernstein)
Baz Luhrmann

Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists 2002

Nominee
Silver Ribbon
Best Foreign Director (Regista del Miglior Film Straniero)
Baz Luhrmann

Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards 2002

Nominee
Sierra Award
Best Actress
Nicole Kidman
Best Supporting Actor
Jim Broadbent
Best Picture
Best Director
Baz Luhrmann
Best Screenplay
Baz Luhrmann
Craig Pearce

London Critics Circle Film Awards 2002

Winner
ALFS Award
Film of the Year
Actress of the Year
Nicole Kidman
For The Others
British Actor of the Year
Ewan McGregor

Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards 2001

Winner
LAFCA Award
Best Supporting Actor
Jim Broadbent
For Iris
Best Production Design
Catherine Martin

Mexican Cinema Journalists 2002

Winner
Silver Goddess
Best Foreign Film (Mejor Película Extranjera)
Australia/USA.

Motion Picture Sound Editors, USA 2002

Winner
Golden Reel Award
Best Sound Editing - Music - Musical Feature Film
Simon Leadley (supervising music editor/scoring editor)
Tim Ryan (music editor)
Lee Scott (music editor)
Christine H. Luethje (music editor/music editing co-ordinator)
Stephen Lotwis (vocal editor)
Danielle Wiessner (vocal editor)
Nominee
Golden Reel Award
Best Sound Editing - Foreign Film
Brent Burge (supervising sound editor)
Antony Gray (supervising dialogue editor)
Gareth Vanderhope (sound effects editor)
Linda Murdoch (sound effects editor)
Alex Wong (sound effects editor)
Michael Axinn (adr editor)
Susan Dawes (adr editor)
Livia Ruzic (dialogue editor)

MTV Movie + TV Awards 2002

Winner
MTV Movie Award
Best Female Performance
Nicole Kidman
Best Musical Sequence
Ewan McGregor
Nicole Kidman
Nominee
MTV Movie Award
Best Kiss
Nicole Kidman
Ewan McGregor
Best Musical Sequence
Nicole Kidman
Best Cameo
Kylie Minogue
(The green fairy).

MTV Video Music Awards (VMA) 2001

Winner
VMA
Best Video from a Film
Christina Aguilera
Lil' Kim
Mya
Pink
Missy Elliott
For Christina Aguilera Feat. Lil Kim, Mya, P!Nk: Lady Marmalade

National Board of Review, USA 2001

Winner
NBR Award
Best Film
Best Supporting Actor
Jim Broadbent
For Iris
Top Ten Films

Online Film & Television Association 2002

Winner
OFTA Film Award
Best Music, Original Song
David Baerwald (music and lyrics by)
Ewan McGregor (performed by)
Nicole Kidman (performed by)
For the song "Come What May".
Best Music, Adapted Song
Sting (music and lyrics by)
José Feliciano (performed by)
Ewan McGregor (performed by)
Jacek Koman (performed by)
For the song "El Tango de Roxanne".
Best Costume Design
Catherine Martin
Angus Strathie
Best Titles Sequence
Nominee
OFTA Film Award
Best Picture
Fred Baron
Martin Brown
Baz Luhrmann
Best Actress
Nicole Kidman
Best Supporting Actor
Jim Broadbent
Best Ensemble
Best Casting
Ronna Kress
Best Director
Baz Luhrmann
Best Music, Original Score
Craig Armstrong
Best Music, Adapted Song
John Lennon (music and lyrics by: All You Need is Love)
Paul McCartney (music and lyrics by: All You Need is Love and Silly Love Songs)
Paul Stanley (music and lyrics by: I Was Made for Loving You)
Desmond Child (music and lyrics by: I Was Made for Loving You)
Vini Poncia (music and lyrics by: I Was Made for Loving You)
Phil Collins (music and lyrics by: One More Night)
Bono (music and lyrics by: Pride - In the Name of Love)
The Edge (music and lyrics by: Pride - In the Name of Love)
Adam Clayton (music by: Pride - In the Name of Love)
Larry Mullen Jr. (music by: Pride - In the Name of Love)
Kenny Gamble (music and lyrics by: Don't Leave Me This Way)
Leon Huff (music and lyrics by: Don't Leave Me This Way)
Cary Gilbert (music and lyrics by: Don't Leave Me This Way)
Jack Nitzsche (music and lyrics by: Up Where We Belong)
Buffy Sainte-Marie (music and lyrics by: Up Where We Belong)
Will Jennings (music and lyrics by: Up Where We Belong)
David Bowie (music and lyrics by: Heroes)
Brian Eno (music and lyrics by: Heroes)
Dolly Parton (music and lyrics by: I Will Always Love You)
Elton John (music and lyrics by: Your Song)
Bernie Taupin (music and lyrics by: Your Song)
Nicole Kidman (performed by)
Ewan McGregor (performed by)
Plácido Domingo (performed by)
For the song "Elephant Love Medley".
Best Music, Adapted Song
Bob Crewe (music and lyrics by)
Kenny Nolan (music and lyrics by)
Christina Aguilera (performed by)
Lil' Kim (performed by)
Mya (performed by)
Pink (performed by)
For the song "Lady Marmalade".
Best Music, Adapted Song
Billy Steinberg (music and lyrics by)
Tom Kelly (music and lyrics by)
Jim Broadbent (performed by)
Richard Roxburgh (performed by)
Anthony Weigh (performed by)
For the song "Like a Virgin".
Best Music, Adapted Song
John Deacon (music and lyrics by)
Brian May (music and lyrics by)
Freddie Mercury (music and lyrics by)
Roger Taylor (music and lyrics by)
Nicole Kidman (performed by)
Jim Broadbent (performed by)
Anthony Weigh (performed by)
For the song "The Show Must Go On".
Best Film Editing
Jill Bilcock
Best Cinematography
Donald McAlpine
Best Production Design
Catherine Martin (production design)
Annie Beauchamp (art direction)
Ian Gracie (art direction)
Brigitte Broch (set decoration)
Best Makeup and Hairstyling
Kylie Clarke
Suzanne Meaney
Aldo Signoretti
Maurizio Silvi
Best Sound Mixing
Anna Behlmer
Andy Nelson
Roger Savage
Guntis Sics
Best Cinematic Moment
El Tango de Roxanne.
Best Official Film Website

Online Film Critics Society Awards 2002

Winner
OFCS Award
Best Overall DVD
Top Ten Films of the Year
6th place
Nominee
OFCS Award
Best Director
Baz Luhrmann
Best Cinematography
Donald McAlpine
Best Original Score
Craig Armstrong
Marius De Vries
Steve Hitchcock

PGA Awards 2002

Winner
PGA Award
Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures
Baz Luhrmann
Fred Baron
Martin Brown

Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards 2002

Nominee
PFCS Award
Best Director
Baz Luhrmann
Best Cinematography
Donald McAlpine
Best Film Editing
Jill Bilcock
Best Production Design
Catherine Martin
Best Costume Design
Catherine Martin
Angus Strathie
Best Original Score
Craig Armstrong
Best Original Song
David Baerwald
For the song "Come What May".
Best Use of Previously Published or Recorded Music
Best Makeup
Maurizio Silvi
Aldo Signoretti
Best Visual Effects
Chris Godfrey
Andy Brown
Nathan McGuinness
Brian Cox

Premio Berenice 2002

Winner
La Chioma di Berenice
Best Hairstyling in Film
Aldo Signoretti (hairstylist)
Best Makeup in Film
Maurizio Silvi (makeup artist)

Robert Festival 2002

Winner
Robert
Best Non-American Film (Årets ikke-amerikanske film)
Baz Luhrmann (director)

San Diego Film Critics Society Awards 2001

Winner
SDFCS Award
Best Production Design
Catherine Martin

Satellite Awards 2002

Winner
Golden Satellite Award
Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical
Nicole Kidman
Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical
Ewan McGregor
Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role, Comedy or Musical
Jim Broadbent
Best Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical
Best Director
Baz Luhrmann
Best Original Score
Craig Armstrong
Best Visual Effects
Chris Godfrey
Best Art Direction
Ian Gracie
Catherine Martin
Annie Beauchamp
Best Costume Design
Catherine Martin
Angus Strathie
Nominee
Golden Satellite Award
Best Original Song
David Baerwald
Song: "Come What May"
Best Cinematography
Donald McAlpine
Best Film Editing
Jill Bilcock
Best Sound
Guntis Sics

Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards 2001

Nominee
SEFCA Award
Best Director
Baz Luhrmann
Best Picture
4th place

Teen Choice Awards 2002

Nominee
Teen Choice Award
Film - Choice Movie, Drama/Action Adventure

The Stinkers Bad Movie Awards 2001

Nominee
Stinker Award
Worst Song or Song Performance in a Film or Its End Credits
"Lady Marmalade"

Vancouver Film Critics Circle 2002

Winner
VFCC Award
Best Director
Baz Luhrmann

World Soundtrack Awards 2001

Winner
World Soundtrack Award
Best Original Song Written for a Film
David Baerwald
For the song "Come What May".
Discovery of the Year
Craig Armstrong
Most Creative Use of Existing Material on a Soundtrack
Baz Luhrmann
Craig Armstrong
Marius De Vries
Nominee
World Soundtrack Award
Best Original Soundtrack of the Year
Craig Armstrong
Marius De Vries
Best Original Score of the Year Not Released on an Album
Craig Armstrong

Writers Guild of America, USA 2002

Nominee
WGA Award (Screen)
Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen
Baz Luhrmann
Craig Pearce

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