April 26th, 2021 / 1 Comment


Tenet Receives Nominations for various 2020 Awards

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UPDATED: 26 APRIL 2021

Unsurprisingly Tenet won an Oscar for Best Visual Effects and rightly so. That plane crash was spectacular! Congratulations to Scott R. Fisher, Andrew Jackson, David Lee, Andrew Lockley.

UPDATED: 12 APRIL 2021

Tenet won the BAFTA award for Special Visual Effects

More nominations and wins for Tenet after the cut

Tenet also won Fantasty Feature film at the 25th Art Directors Guild Awards.

https://twitter.com/ADG800/status/1381044368606339074?s=20
More nominations for Tenet after the cut

UPDATED: 16 March 2021

Only two Oscar nominations for Tenet

UPDATED: 10 March 2021

https://twitter.com/BAFTA/status/1369290652580802567?s=20

The EE BAFTAs take place the weekend of 10 and 11 April 2021, and will be broadcast on the BBC.

UPDATED: 9 March 2021

Tenet wins Best Stunt Design at the 2021 Leja Film Awards.

Plus Critics Choice wins after the cut.

UPDATED 4 MARCH 2021

Tenet has been nominated for Best Visual Effects by the Visual Effects Society and according to Gold Derby:

“No surprise that “Tenet” is among the nominees for the Visual Effects Society Awards. After all, it is the clear frontrunner for Best Visual Effects at the Oscars. It contends in the VES equivalent of the Best Picture race — visual effects in a feature motion picture “

Winners will be announced at the 19th Annual VES Gala on 6 April 2021.

UPDATED: 26 February 2021

According to Variety, TENET was nominated in the FANTASY FEATURE FILM category in recognition for excellence in production design in the 25th annual Art Directors Guild awards. This year’s awards show will be held 10 April 2021 in a virtual ceremony, breaking with tradition in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

UPDATED: 16 February 2021 – See after the cut for categories won by Tenet from Seattle Film Critics.

UPDATED: 10 FEBRUARY 2021

Tenet received two nominations in the Oscars shortlist today. Screen Daily reporting “All nine shortlists proceed to the phase one voting stage that runs from March 5-9 prior to the nominations announcement on March 15. The 93rd annual Academy Awards will take place on April 25.”

https://twitter.com/RPAustralia/status/1359300840469590017?s=20

UPDATED 9 February 2021 and 9 March 2021

***WINNER Best Visual Effects***

https://twitter.com/RPAustralia/status/1358865498767642624?s=20

Critics Choice announced their nominations today with Tenet garnering 5 nominations (as above). The winners will be announced 7 March 2021. More info can be found on the link above.

As did the Seattle Film Critics Society which will announce winners on 15 February 2021

https://twitter.com/RPAustralia/status/1359228120423780355?s=20

15 February 2021: Seattle Film Critics announced winners today and Tenet was award Best Action Choreography and Best Visual Effects

UPDATED: 5 February 2021

Screen Daily posted about the BAFTAS unveiling their long list of films for the awards ceremony to be held on 11 April 2021. The short list will be announced on 9 March 2021. Tenet is included in the following 7 categories in the long list:

  • Director
  • Cinematography
  • Editing
  • Original Score
  • Production Design
  • Special Visual Effects
  • Sound

To be honest, I never understand how a film can be included in a Best Director or Cinematography category and excluded from Best Film or any of the Acting awards. Not just in the BAFTAS but in any awards.

UPDATED: 4 February 2021

Ludwig Goransson scored the only Golden Globe nomination for Tenet soundtrack – Best Original Score. Great news for Ludwig!

This year the IPA has nominated Tenet in 5 categories. Sadly no nomination for Rob in best support role. There are however nominations for:

  • Motion Picture, Drama
  • Ludwig Goransson, Original Score
  • Hoyte van Hoytema, Cinematography
  • Willie D. Burton, Richard King, Kevin O’Connell & Gary A.Rizzo, Sound Editing & Mixing
  • Andrew Jackson, Visual Effects

From IPA:

The International Press Academy selects the Satellite™ Awards nominees from domestic and international submissions in 35 categories: 22 Motion Picture and 13 Television categories. Nominations are derived from advanced screenings, worldwide film festivals (including BAFTA, Cannes, Sundance, Telluride, TIFF) as well as from screeners to journalists and/or sanctioned lists available by the stated deadline.

One of the primary goals of the IPA and its Satellite™ Awards is to celebrate new works from both established and developing independent filmmakers, giving them access to the widest audience from around the globe.

Despite this difficult time of confinement for our members throughout the world, we believe we have come up with a comprehensive and representative list of nominees, and the winners will be announced on February 15.


UPDATED: Tenet nominated for Outstanding Original Score

  • sue
    Posted on April 29, 2021

    Congrats to TENET for all the nominations and wins!

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