Even though Marion has been snubbed by the Screen Actors Guild Awards and the Golden Globe Awards, she has been widely acclaimed by critics everywhere for both her performance in The Immigrant and Two Days, One Night. She has been receiving so many accolades that I thought it would be best to group them all here instead of making a post for each. So here we go:
The Village Voice Film Poll has named both her performances as the best ones in the Leading Actress Category, followed by Scarlett Johansson, Essie Davis, Rosamund Pike and Julianne Moore. You can see the full list here.
She has won the award for Best Actress by San Diego Film Critics.
Indiewire named Marion Cotillard Best Lead Actress for Two Days, One Night in their Yeah End Critics Poll.
She has been nominated in the Leading Actress category at the Critics Choice Awards for Two Days, One Night. The awards will be held on January 15.
And best of all: we had announced her nomination for Best Actress at the European Film Awards. The winners were announced on December 13 and Marion was among them! She received the award for Best European Actress for Two Days, One Night. Marion couldn’t be at the ceremony so she sent in a text message to thank them for it and also posted a thank you note on her Instagram account:
Thank you #europeanfilmawards #europeanfilmacademy for such an honor! You make me very very happy! Luc & Jean-Pierre I love you guys so much! Dardenne rock! #love #cinema #Belgium #twodaysonenight
Congratulations to Marion Cotillard for all of the accolades! She certainly deserves them, her work is awe inspiring. And while she didn’t figure among nominees for the SAGs and Golden Globes, she can still make the list for the BAFTA’s, César’s and Academy Awards. Fingers crossed!
The awards garnered by Marion Cotillard for The Immigrant have apparently made Harvey Weinstein change his mind as to the promotion of the film as an Oscar contender! It was about time. The movie has so many good things about it, it was silly to not try at all!
The decision was likely influenced by the film’s star Marion Cotillard landing two more best actress prizes (from the Boston Society of Film Critics and the New York Film Critics Online) to a haul that already included a citation from the New York Film Critics Circle and a Spirit Awards nomination. As of Tuesday, The Weinstein Company had added “The Immigrant” to the list of films on its guild and Academy screening website. Two showings of the film will be held in Los Angeles, on Dec. 14 and 16. No screening dates have been announced for any other cities, and Academy voters have yet to receive physical or online screeners.
Read the entire article on Variety.
And the awards keep on coming! As with The New York Film Critics Circle, The Boston Circle awarded Marion the award of Best Actress for both The Immigrant and Two Days, One Night! Seems like it’s a tie for most critics when it comes to Marion’s performances this year! So great! Congratulations to Marion Cotillard for all the achievements so far!
France’s Marion Cotillard was named best actress for two 2014 films in which she appeared: the Dardennes brothers’ “Two Days, One Night,” which will be released to US theatres on Dec. 24, and James Gray’s “The Immigrant,” which opened last February. “Two Days, One Night,” in which Cotillard plays a factory worker desperate to hold on to her job, was also named the year’s best foreign language film.
Hopefully this means we can expect nominations for next year’s Awards!
Source: Boston Globe
The awards season is indeed upon us and the news have been great for Marion Cotillard. We had previously announced her nomination for The Immigrant by the Independent Spirit Awards and we are now happy to announce one more nomination and one award won.
The nominees for the Satellite Awards were announced this morning and Marion is among the nominees:
Actress in a Motion Picture
THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING
Sony Pictures Classics
TWO DAYS, ONE NIGHT
Two Days, One Night is also nominated in the Motion Picture, International category.
In even better news, The New York Film Critics Circle has picked Marion as best actress for both The Immigrant and Two Days, One Night.
Other acting awards went to Marion Cotillard for her work in two films, “The Immigrant” and “Two Days, One Night” (best actress), as well as to Timothy Spall for “Mr. Turner” (best actor) and J.K. Simmons in “Whiplash” (supporting actor).
The Immigrant also walked out with best cinematography!
Sources: Variety, prnewswire
The nominations for the Film Independent Spirit Awards were announced today and Marion landed a nomination in the Best Actress category for her role in The Immigrant! An unexpected but exciting event since this means she is in the minds of critics for both The Immigrant and Two Days, One Night.
Three of the best actress noms went to films that received a single nomination — Julianne Moore for “Still Alice,” Jenny Slate for “Obvious Child” and Tilda Swinton for “Only Lovers Left Alive.” Also selected were Marion Cotillard for “The Immigrant” and Rinko Kikuchi for “Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter.”
Marion Cotillard “The Immigrant”
Rinko Kikuchi “Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter”
Julianne Moore “Still Alice”
Jenny Slate “Obvious Child”
Tilda Swinton “Only Lovers Left Alive”