Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy

The Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy has been awarded annually since 1952 by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA).

Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
Awarded forBest Musical or Comedy Picture
LocationUnited States
Presented byHollywood Foreign Press Association
Currently held byGreen Book (2018)
Websitewww.goldenglobes.com

Eligibility

Currently, eligible films must be at least 70 minutes in length, and be commercially released for at least seven days in the "greater Los Angeles area" and screened for the HFPA membership.[1] The commercial release must begin during the calendar year prior to the awards ceremony, and the screening can occur no later than one week after commercial release.[1] For purposes of the award, a "musical" is "defined as a comedy or drama where the songs are used in place of spoken dialogue to further the plot."[1] In addition, the film must have its principal dialogue in English.[2]

1951–1957

Year Film Director[3] Producer[4]
1951[5][6] An American in Paris Vincente Minnelli Arthur Freed
1952 With a Song in My Heart Walter Lang Lamar Trotti
Hans Christian Andersen Charles Vidor Samuel Goldwyn
I'll See You in My Dreams Michael Curtiz Louis F. Edelman
Singin' in the Rain Stanley Donen and Gene Kelly Arthur Freed
Stars and Stripes Forever Henry Koster Lamar Trotti
1953 No Award given.
1954[7][8] Carmen Jones Otto Preminger Otto Preminger
1955[9][10] Guys and Dolls Joseph L. Mankiewicz Samuel Goldwyn
1956 The King and I * Walter Lang Charles Brackett & Darryl F. Zanuck
Bus Stop Joshua Logan Buddy Adler
The Opposite Sex David Miller Joe Pasternak
The Solid Gold Cadillac Richard Quine Fred Kohlmar
The Teahouse of the August Moon Daniel Mann Jack Cummings
1957 Les Girls George Cukor Saul Chaplin & Sol C. Siegel
Don't Go Near the Water Charles Walters Lawrence Weingarten
Love in the Afternoon Billy Wilder Billy Wilder
Pal Joey George Sidney Fred Kohlmar
Silk Stockings Rouben Mamoulian Producer

1958–1962

Year Comedy Director Producer Musical Director Producer
1958 Auntie Mame * Morton DaCosta Morton DaCosta Gigi Vincente Minnelli Arthur Freed
Bell, Book and Candle Richard Quine Julian Blaustein Damn Yankees George Abbott & Stanley Donen George Abbott, Stanley Donen, Robert E. Griffith, & Harold Prince
Indiscreet Stanley Donen Norman Krasna South Pacific Joshua Logan Buddy Adler
Me and the Colonel Peter Glenville William Goetz tom thumb George Pal George Pal
The Perfect Furlough Blake Edwards Robert Arthur
1959 Some Like It Hot Billy Wilder Billy Wilder Porgy and Bess Otto Preminger Samuel Goldwyn
But Not for Me Walter Lang William Perlberg & George Seaton The Five Pennies Melville Shavelson Jack Rose
Operation Petticoat Blake Edwards Robert Arthur Li'l Abner Melvin Frank Norman Panama
Pillow Talk Michael Gordon Ross Hunter & Martin Melcher A Private's Affair Director Producer
Who Was That Lady? George Sidney Norman Krasna Say One for Me Director Producer
1960 The Apartment Billy Wilder Billy Wilder Song Without End George Cukor & Charles Vidor William Goetz
The Facts of Life Melvin Frank & Norman Panama Melvin Frank & Norman Panama Bells Are Ringing Vincente Minnelli Arthur Freed
The Grass Is Greener Stanley Donen Stanley Donen & James H. Ware Can-Can Walter Lang Saul Chaplin & Jack Cummings
It Started in Naples Melville Shavelson Jack Rose Let's Make Love George Cukor Jerry Wald
Our Man in Havana Carol Reed Carol Reed Pepe George Sidney George Sidney
1961 A Majority of One Mervyn LeRoy Producer West Side Story Jerome Robbins & Robert Wise Robert Wise
Breakfast at Tiffany's Blake Edwards Martin Jurow & Richard Shepherd Babes in Toyland Jack Donohue Walt Disney
One, Two, Three Billy Wilder Billy Wilder Flower Drum Song Henry Koster Ross Hunter
The Parent Trap David Swift Walt Disney & George Golitzen
Pocketful of Miracles Frank Capra Frank Capra
1962 That Touch of Mink Delbert Mann Robert Arthur, Martin Melcher, Edward Muhl, & Stanley Shapiro The Music Man * Morton DaCosta Morton DaCosta
The Best of Enemies Director Producer Billy Rose's Jumbo Charles Walters Martin Melcher & Joe Pasternak
Boys' Night Out Michael Gordon Martin Ransohoff Girls! Girls! Girls! Norman Taurog Hal B. Wallis
If a Man Answers Henry Levin Ross Hunter Gypsy Mervyn LeRoy Mervyn LeRoy
Period of Adjustment George Roy Hill Lawrence Weingarten The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm Henry Levin & George Pal George Pal

1963–1969

Year Film Director[3] Producer[4]
1963 Tom Jones Tony Richardson Michael Balcon, Michael Holden, Oscar Lewenstein, & Tony Richardson
Bye Bye Birdie George Sidney Irving Brecher & Michael Stewart
Irma la Douce Billy Wilder Edward L. Alperson, I.A.L. Diamond, Doane Harrison, Alexandre Trauner, & Billy Wilder
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World Stanley Kramer Stanley Kramer
A Ticklish Affair George Sidney Joe Pasternak
Under the Yum Yum Tree David Swift David Swift
1964 My Fair Lady George Cukor Jack L. Warner
Father Goose Ralph Nelson Robert Arthur
Mary Poppins * Robert Stevenson Walt Disney & Bill Walsh
The Unsinkable Molly Brown Charles Walters Lawrence Weingarten
The World of Henry Orient George Roy Hill Jerome Hellman
1965 The Sound of Music Robert Wise Robert Wise
Cat Ballou Elliot Silverstein Walter Newman
The Great Race Blake Edwards Martin Jurow
Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines Ken Annakin Stan Margulies
A Thousand Clowns * Fred Coe Fred Coe
1966 The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming * Norman Jewison Norman Jewison
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum Richard Lester Melvin Frank
Gambit Ronald Neame Leo L. Fuchs
Not with My Wife, You Don't! Norman Panama Norman Panama
You're a Big Boy Now Francis Ford Coppola Phil Feldman
1967 The Graduate * Mike Nichols Joseph E. Levine & Lawrence Turman
Camelot Joshua Logan Jack Warner
Doctor Dolittle * Richard Fleischer Arthur P. Jacobs
The Taming of the Shrew Franco Zeffirelli Richard McWhorter & Elizabeth Taylor
Thoroughly Modern Millie George Roy Hill Ross Hunter
1968 Oliver! Carol Reed John Woolf
Finian's Rainbow Francis Ford Coppola Joseph Landon
Funny Girl * William Wyler Ray Stark
The Odd Couple Gene Saks Howard W. Koch
Yours, Mine and Ours Melville Shavelson Robert F. Blumofe
1969 The Secret of Santa Vittoria Stanley Kramer George Glass & Stanley Kramer
Cactus Flower Gene Saks M.J. Frankovich
Goodbye, Columbus Larry Peerce Stanley R. Jaffe
Hello, Dolly! * Gene Kelly Ernest Lehman
Paint Your Wagon Joshua Logan Alan Jay Lerner

1970s

Year Film Director[3] Producer[4]
1970 M*A*S*H * Robert Altman Ingo Preminger
Darling Lili Blake Edwards Blake Edwards
Diary of a Mad Housewife Frank Perry Frank Perry
Lovers and Other Strangers Cy Howard David Susskind
Scrooge Ronald Neame Robert H. Solo
1971 Fiddler on the Roof * Norman Jewison Norman Jewison
The Boy Friend Ken Russell Harry Benn & Ken Russell
Kotch Jack Lemmon Richard Carter
A New Leaf Elaine May Hillard Elkins
Plaza Suite Arthur Hiller Howard W. Koch
1972 Cabaret * Bob Fosse Cy Feuer
Avanti! Billy Wilder Billy Wilder
Butterflies Are Free Milton Katselas M.J. Frankovich
1776 Peter H. Hunt Jack Warner
Travels with My Aunt George Cukor James Cresson & Robert Fryer
1973 American Graffiti * George Lucas Francis Ford Coppola & Gary Kurtz
Jesus Christ Superstar Norman Jewison Norman Jewison, Patrick Palmer, & Robert Stigwood
Paper Moon Peter Bogdanovich Peter Bogdanovich & Frank Marshall
Tom Sawyer Don Taylor Frank Capra Jr. & Arthur P. Jacobs
A Touch of Class * Melvin Frank Melvin Frank
1974 The Longest Yard Robert Aldrich Albert S. Ruddy
The Front Page Billy Wilder Paul Monash
Harry and Tonto Paul Mazursky Paul Mazursky
The Little Prince Stanley Donen Stanley Donen
The Three Musketeers Richard Lester Alexander Salkind, Ilya Salkind, & Pierre Spengler
1975 The Sunshine Boys Herbert Ross Ray Stark
Funny Lady Herbert Ross Ray Stark
The Return of the Pink Panther Blake Edwards Blake Edwards
Shampoo Hal Ashby Warren Beatty
Tommy Ken Russell Ken Russell & Robert Stigwood
1976 A Star Is Born Frank Pierson Jon Peters
Bugsy Malone Alan Parker Alan Marshall
The Pink Panther Strikes Again Blake Edwards Blake Edwards
The Ritz Richard Lester Producer
Silent Movie Mel Brooks Michael Hertzberg
1977 The Goodbye Girl * Herbert Ross Ray Stark
Annie Hall Woody Allen Charles H. Joffe
High Anxiety Mel Brooks Mel Brooks
New York, New York Martin Scorsese Robert Chartoff & Irwin Winkler
Saturday Night Fever John Badham Robert Stigwood
1978 Heaven Can Wait * Warren Beatty & Buck Henry Warren Beatty
California Suite Herbert Ross Ray Stark
Foul Play Colin Higgins Edward K. Milkins & Thomas L. Miller
Grease Randal Kleiser Allan Carr & Robert Stigwood
Movie Movie Stanley Donen Stanley Donen
1979 Breaking Away * Peter Yates Steve Tesich
Being There Hal Ashby Andrew Braunsberg
Hair Miloš Forman Michael Butler & Lester Persky
The Rose Mark Rydell Anthony Ray, Aaron Russo, & Marvin Worth
10 Blake Edwards Tony Adams & Blake Edwards

1980s

Year Film Director[3] Producer[4]
1980 Coal Miner's Daughter * Michael Apted Bernard Schwartz
Airplane! Jim Abrahams, David Zucker & Jerry Zucker Jon Davison & Howard W. Koch
Fame Alan Parker David De Silva & Alan Marshall
The Idolmaker Taylor Hackford Gene Kirkwood & Howard W. Koch Jr.
Melvin and Howard Jonathan Demme Art Linson & Don Phillips
1981 Arthur Steve Gordon Steve Gordon
The Four Seasons Alan Alda Martin Bergman
Pennies from Heaven Herbert Ross Nora Kaye, Rick McCallum, & Herbert Ross
S.O.B. Blake Edwards Tony Adams & Blake Edwards
Zoot Suit Luis Valdez Peter Burrell
1982 Tootsie * Sydney Pollack Sydney Pollack & Dick Richards
The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas Colin Higgins Robert L. Boyett & Colin Higgins
Diner Barry Levinson Jerry Weintraub
My Favorite Year Richard Benjamin Michael Gruskoff
Victor Victoria Blake Edwards Tony Adams & Blake Edwards
1983 Yentl Barbra Streisand Larry DeWaay, Rusty Lemorande, & Barbra Streisand
The Big Chill * Lawrence Kasdan Michael Shamberg
Flashdance Adrian Lyne Jerry Bruckheimer & Don Simpson
Trading Places John Landis George Folsey Jr., Aaron Russo, Irwin Russo, & Sam Williams
Zelig Woody Allen Robert Greenhut
1984 Romancing the Stone Robert Zemeckis Michael Douglas
Beverly Hills Cop Martin Brest Jerry Bruckheimer & Don Simpson
Ghostbusters Ivan Reitman Bernie Brillstein & Ivan Reitman
Micki + Maude Blake Edwards Tony Adams, Lou Antonio, Trish Caroselli, & Jonathan D. Krane
Splash Ron Howard Brian Grazer
1985 Prizzi's Honor * John Huston John Foreman
Back to the Future Robert Zemeckis Neil Canton & Bob Gale
A Chorus Line Richard Attenborough Cy Feuer
Cocoon Ron Howard David Brown & Richard D. Zanuck
The Purple Rose of Cairo Woody Allen Robert Greenhut
1986 Hannah and Her Sisters * Woody Allen Robert Greenhut
Crimes of the Heart Bruce Beresford Freddie Fields
"Crocodile" Dundee Peter Faiman John Cornell
Down and Out in Beverly Hills Paul Mazursky Pato Guzman & Paul Mazursky
Little Shop of Horrors Frank Oz David Geffen
Peggy Sue Got Married Francis Ford Coppola Paul R. Gurian
1987 Hope and Glory * John Boorman John Boorman & Michael Dryhurst
Baby Boom Charles Shyer Bruce A. Block & Nancy Meyers
Broadcast News * James L. Brooks James L. Brooks
Dirty Dancing Emile Ardolino Linda Gottlieb
Moonstruck * Norman Jewison Norman Jewison
1988 Working Girl * Mike Nichols Douglas Wick
Big Penny Marshall James L. Brooks & Robert Greenhut
A Fish Called Wanda Charles Crichton Michael Shamberg
Midnight Run Martin Brest Martin Brest
Who Framed Roger Rabbit Richard Williams & Robert Zemeckis Frank Marshall & Robert Watts
1989 Driving Miss Daisy Bruce Beresford Lili Fini Zanuck & Richard D. Zanuck
The Little Mermaid Ron Clements & John Musker Howard Ashman & John Musker
Shirley Valentine Lewis Gilbert Lewis Gilbert
The War of the Roses Danny DeVito James L. Brooks & Arnon Milchan
When Harry Met Sally... Rob Reiner Rob Reiner & Andrew Scheinman

1990s

Year Film Director[3] Producer[4]
1990 Green Card Peter Weir Peter Weir
Dick Tracy Warren Beatty Warren Beatty
Ghost * Jerry Zucker Steven-Charles Jaffe, Lauren Ray, & Bruce Joel Rubin
Home Alone Chris Columbus John Hughes
Pretty Woman Garry Marshall Laura Ziskin
1991 Beauty and the Beast * Gary Trousdale & Kirk Wise Don Hahn
City Slickers Ron Underwood Billy Crystal & Irby Smith
The Commitments Alan Parker Lynda Myles & Roger Randall-Cutler
The Fisher King Terry Gilliam Debra Hill, Tony Mark, & Lynda Obst
Fried Green Tomatoes Jon Avnet Jon Avnet & Norman Lear
1992 The Player Robert Altman David Brown, Michael Tolkin, & Nick Wechsler
Aladdin Ron Clements & John Musker Ron Clements & John Musker
Enchanted April Mike Newell Matthew Hamilton, Simon Relph, Ann Scott, & Mark Shivas
Honeymoon in Vegas Andrew Bergman Mike Lobell
Sister Act Emile Ardolino Scott Rudin & Teri Schwartz
1993 Mrs. Doubtfire Chris Columbus Marsha Garces, Robin Williams & Mark Radcliffe
Dave Ivan Reitman Ivan Reitman & Lauren Shuler-Donner
Much Ado About Nothing Kenneth Branagh Kenneth Branagh, Stephen Evans, & David Parfitt
Sleepless in Seattle Nora Ephron Gary Foster
Strictly Ballroom Baz Luhrmann Antoinette Albert & Tristram Miall
1994 The Lion King Roger Allers & Rob Minkoff Don Hahn
The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert Stephan Elliott Al Clark & Michael Hamlyn
Ed Wood Tim Burton Tim Burton & Denise Di Novi
Four Weddings and a Funeral * Mike Newell Duncan Kenworthy
Prêt-à-Porter Robert Altman Robert Altman & Scott Bushnell
1995 Babe * Chris Noonan Catherine Barber, Philip Hearnshaw, Bill Miller, George Miller, Doug Mitchell, & Daphne Paris
The American President Rob Reiner Barbara Maltby, Charles Newirth, Rob Reiner, & Jeffrey Stott
Get Shorty Barry Sonnenfeld Danny DeVito, Michael Shamberg, & Stacey Sher
Sabrina Sydney Pollack Sydney Pollack & Scott Rudin
Toy Story John Lasseter Bonnie Arnold & Ralph Guggenheim
1996 Evita Alan Parker Alan Parker & Robert Stigwood
The Birdcage Mike Nichols Marcello Danon, Michele Imperato, Neal Machlis, & Mike Nichols
Everyone Says I Love You Woody Allen Robert Greenhut
Fargo * Joel Coen Ethan Coen
Jerry Maguire * Cameron Crowe James L. Brooks, Cameron Crowe, Laurence Mark, & Richard Sakai
1997 As Good as It Gets * James L. Brooks Laura Ziskin
The Full Monty * Peter Cattaneo Uberto Pasolini
Men in Black Barry Sonnenfeld Laurie MacDonald, Walter F. Parkes, & Steven Spielberg
My Best Friend's Wedding P.J. Hogan Jerry Zucker, Ronald Bass, Gil Netter, & Patricia Whitcher
Wag the Dog Barry Levinson Barry Levinson & Robert De Niro
1998 Shakespeare in Love John Madden Donna Gigliotti, Marc Norman, David Parfitt, Harvey Weinstein, & Edward Zwick
Bulworth Warren Beatty Warren Beatty & Pieter Jan Brugge
The Mask of Zorro Martin Campbell Doug Claybourne & David Foster
Patch Adams Tom Shadyac Mike Farrell, Barry Kemp, Marvin Minoff, & Charles Newirth
Still Crazy Brian Gibson Amanda Marmot
There's Something About Mary Bobby Farrelly & Peter Farrelly Frank Beddor, Michael Steinberg, Bradley Thomas & Charles B. Wessler
1999 Toy Story 2 John Lasseter Karen Robert Jackson & Helene Plotkin
Analyze This Harold Ramis Jane Rosenthal & Paula Weinstein
Being John Malkovich Spike Jonze Steve Golin, Vincent Landay, Sandy Stern, & Michael Stipe
Man on the Moon Miloš Forman Danny DeVito
Notting Hill Roger Michell Duncan Kenworthy

2000s

Year Film Director[3] Producer[4]
2000[11] Almost Famous Cameron Crowe Ian Bryce & Cameron Crowe
Best in Show Christopher Guest Gordon Mark & Karen Murphy
Chicken Run Peter Lord & Nick Park Peter Lord, Nick Park, & David Sproxton
Chocolat * Lasse Hallström Harvey Weinstein
O Brother, Where Art Thou? Joel Coen Tim Bevan, Ethan Coen, & Eric Fellner
2001 Moulin Rouge! * Baz Luhrmann Fred Baron, Martin Brown, & Baz Luhrmann
Bridget Jones's Diary Sharon Maguire Tim Bevan, Jonathan Cavendish, & Eric Fellner
Gosford Park * Robert Altman Robert Altman, Bob Balaban, & David Levy
Legally Blonde Robert Luketic Ric Kidney & Marc E. Platt
Shrek Andrew Adamson & Vicky Jenson Jeffrey Katzenberg, Aron Warner, & John H. Williams
2002 Chicago Rob Marshall Meryl Poster, Martin Richards, Bob Weinstein, Harvey Weinstein, & Craig Zadan
About a Boy Chris Weitz & Paul Weitz Tim Bevan, Robert De Niro, Brad Epstein, Eric Fellner, & Jane Rosenthal
Adaptation. Spike Jonze Jonathan Demme, Vincent Landay, & Edward Saxon
My Big Fat Greek Wedding Joel Zwick Gary Goetzman, Tom Hanks, & Rita Wilson
Nicholas Nickleby Douglas McGrath Simon Channing-Williams, John Hart, & Jeffrey Sharp
2003 Lost in Translation * Sofia Coppola Sofia Coppola & Ross Katz
Bend It Like Beckham Gurinder Chadha Gurinder Chadha & Deepak Nayar
Big Fish Tim Burton Bruce Cohen, Dan Jinks, & Richard D. Zanuck
Finding Nemo Andrew Stanton Graham Walters
Love Actually Richard Curtis Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, & Duncan Kenworthy
2004 Sideways * Alexander Payne Michael London
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind Michel Gondry Anthony Bregman & Steve Golin
The Incredibles Brad Bird John Walker
The Phantom of the Opera Joel Schumacher Andrew Lloyd Webber
Ray * Taylor Hackford Howard Baldwin, Karen Baldwin, Stuart Benjamin, & Taylor Hackford
2005 Walk the Line James Mangold James Keach & Cathy Konrad
Mrs Henderson Presents Stephen Frears Norma Heyman
Pride & Prejudice Joe Wright Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, & Paul Webster
The Producers Susan Stroman Mel Brooks
The Squid and the Whale Noah Baumbach Wes Anderson
2006 Dreamgirls Bill Condon Laurence Mark
Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan Larry Charles Sacha Baron Cohen & Jay Roach
The Devil Wears Prada David Frankel Wendy Finerman & Karen Rosenfelt
Little Miss Sunshine * Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris Albert Berger, David T. Friendly, Peter Saraf, Marc Turtletaub, & Ron Yerxa
Thank You for Smoking Jason Reitman Edward R. Pressman & David O. Sacks
2007 Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street Tim Burton John Logan, Laurie MacDonald, Walter F. Parkes, & Richard D. Zanuck
Across the Universe Julie Taymor Charles Newirth, Jennifer Todd, & Suzanne Todd
Charlie Wilson's War Mike Nichols Tom Hanks
Hairspray Adam Shankman Toby Emmerich, Neil Meron, Marc Shaiman, Adam Shankman, Bob Shaye, Scott Wittman, & Craig Zadan
Juno * Jason Reitman Lianne Halfon, John Malkovich, Mason Novick, & Russell Smith
2008 Vicky Cristina Barcelona Woody Allen Letty Aronson, Jaume Roures, Stephen Tenenbaum, & Gareth Wiley
Burn After Reading Joel Coen and Ethan Coen Joel Coen and Ethan Coen
Happy-Go-Lucky Mike Leigh Simon Channing-Williams
In Bruges Martin McDonagh Graham Broadbent & Peter Czernin
Mamma Mia! Phyllida Lloyd Benny Andersson, Judy Craymer, Tom Hanks, Phyllida Lloyd, Björn Ulvaeus, & Rita Wilson
2009 The Hangover Todd Phillips Daniel Goldberg & Todd Phillips
(500) Days of Summer Marc Webb Mason Novick, Jessica Tuchinsky, Mark Waters, & Steven J. Wolfe
It's Complicated Nancy Meyers Nancy Meyers & Scott Rudin
Julie & Julia Nora Ephron Nora Ephron, Laurence Mark, Amy Robinson, & Eric Steel
Nine Rob Marshall John DeLuca, Rob Marshall, Marc Platt, Harvey Weinstein, & Maury Yeston

2010s

Year Film Director[3] Producer[4]
2010[11] The Kids Are All Right * Lisa Cholodenko Jeff Levy-Hinte, Gary Gilbert, Jordan Horowitz, Celine Rattray, Daniela Taplin Lundberg, and Philippe Hellmann
Alice in Wonderland Tim Burton Richard D. Zanuck, Joe Roth, Suzanne Todd, and Jennifer Todd
Burlesque Steven Antin Donald De Line
Red Robert Schwentke Lorenzo di Bonaventura and Mark Vahradian
The Tourist Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck Graham King, Timothy Headington, Roger Birnbaum, Gary Barber, and Jonathan Glickman
2011 The Artist Michel Hazanavicius Thomas Langmann
50/50 Jonathan Levine Evan Goldberg, Ben Karlin, and Seth Rogen
Bridesmaids Paul Feig Judd Apatow, Barry Mendel, and Clayton Townsend
Midnight in Paris * Woody Allen Letty Aronson, Jaume Roures, and Stephen Tenenbaum
My Week with Marilyn Simon Curtis David Parfitt and Harvey Weinstein
2012[12] Les Misérables * Tom Hooper Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Debra Hayward, and Cameron Mackintosh
The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel John Madden Graham Broadbent and Peter Czernin
Moonrise Kingdom Wes Anderson Jeremy Dawson, Scott Rudin, Wes Anderson, and Steven M. Rales
Salmon Fishing in the Yemen Lasse Hallström Paul Webster
Silver Linings Playbook * David O. Russell Bruce Cohen and Donna Gigliotti
2013[13] American Hustle * David O. Russell Charles Roven, Megan Ellison, Richard Suckle, and Jonathan Gordon
Her * Spike Jonze Megan Ellison, Spike Jonze, and Vincent Landay
Inside Llewyn Davis Joel Coen and Ethan Coen Scott Rudin, Joel Coen, and Ethan Coen
Nebraska * Alexander Payne Albert Berger and Ron Yerxa
The Wolf of Wall Street * Martin Scorsese Martin Scorsese, Leonardo DiCaprio, Riza Aziz, Emma Tillinger Koskoff, and Joey McFarland
2014[14] The Grand Budapest Hotel * Wes Anderson Wes Anderson, Jeremy Dawson, Steven M. Rales, and Scott Rudin
Birdman Alejandro G. Iñárritu Alejandro G. Iñárritu, John Lesher, Arnon Milchan, and James W. Skotchdopole
Into the Woods Rob Marshall Rob Marshall, John DeLuca, Marc Platt, and Callum McDougall
Pride Matthew Warchus David Livingstone
St. Vincent Theodore Melfi Fred Roos, Jenno Topping, Peter Chernin, and Theodore Melfi
2015[15] The Martian * Ridley Scott Simon Kinberg, Ridley Scott, Michael Schaefer, Aditya Sood, and Mark Huffam
The Big Short * Adam McKay Brad Pitt, Dede Gardner, and Jeremy Kleiner
Joy David O. Russell John Davis, Megan Ellison, Jonathan Gordon, Ken Mok, and David O. Russell
Spy Paul Feig Peter Chernin, Jenno Topping, Paul Feig, and Jessie Henderson
Trainwreck Judd Apatow Judd Apatow and Barry Mendel
2016 La La Land * Damien Chazelle Fred Berger, Gary Gilbert, Jordan Horowitz, and Marc Platt
20th Century Women Mike Mills Anne Carey, Megan Ellison, and Youree Henley
Deadpool Tim Miller Simon Kinberg, Ryan Reynolds, and Lauren Shuler Donner
Florence Foster Jenkins Stephen Frears Michael Kuhn and Tracey Seaward
Sing Street John Carney Anthony Bregman, John Carney, Kevin Scott Frakes, Christian Grass, Martina Niland, Raj Brinder Singh, and Paul Trijbits
2017 Lady Bird * Greta Gerwig Scott Rudin, Evelyn O'Neil, and Eli Bush
The Disaster Artist James Franco James Franco, Vince Jolivette, Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, and James Weaver
Get Out * Jordan Peele Jordan Peele, Jason Blum, Sean McKittrick, and Edward H. Hamm Jr.
The Greatest Showman Michael Gracey Laurence Mark, Peter Chernin, and Jenno Topping
I, Tonya Craig Gillespie Margot Robbie, Tom Ackerley, Steven Rogers, and Bryan Unkeless
2018 Green Book * Peter Farrelly Jim Burke, Charles B. Wessler, Brian Hayes Currie, Peter Farrelly, and Nick Vallelonga
Crazy Rich Asians Jon M. Chu Nina Jacobson, Brad Simpson, and John Penotti
The Favourite * Yorgos Lanthimos Ceci Dempsey, Ed Guiney, Lee Magiday, and Yorgos Lanthimos
Mary Poppins Returns Rob Marshall Rob Marshall, John DeLuca, and Marc Platt
Vice * Adam McKay Brad Pitt, Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, Will Ferrell, Adam McKay, and Kevin Messick

See also

Notes

  • "†" means that the film won the Academy Award for Best Picture.
  • "*" means that the film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
  • Between 1989 and 2004, 10 animated feature films were nominated for the Golden Globe Award and 3 won:
  1. 1989 The Little Mermaid (nominated) (lost to Driving Miss Daisy)
  2. 1991 Beauty and the Beast (won)
  3. 1992 Aladdin (nominated) (lost to The Player)
  4. 1994 The Lion King (won)
  5. 1995 Toy Story (nominated) (lost to Babe)
  6. 1999 Toy Story 2 (won)
  7. 2000 Chicken Run (nominated) (lost to Almost Famous)[11]
  8. 2001 Shrek (nominated) (lost to Moulin Rouge!)
  9. 2003 Finding Nemo (nominated) (lost to Lost in Translation)
  10. 2004 The Incredibles (nominated) (lost to Sideways)

Under the 2007 revised rules of the HFPA, animated pictures are no longer eligible in this or the category of Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama, instead competing exclusively in the new category of Best Animated Feature Film.

References

  1. ^ a b c Hollywood Foreign Press Association. "Golden Globe Award Consideration: Motion Picture – Submission" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2011-10-21. Retrieved 2012-04-01.
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  3. ^ a b c d e f g When there is more than one director, only the first billed is displayed.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g When there is more than one producer, only the first billed is displayed.
  5. ^ "The 9th Annual Golden Globe Awards (1952)". Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Archived from the original on 2007-04-12. Retrieved 2007-06-26.The nominees' names are not listed for this year.
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  7. ^ "The 12th Annual Golden Globe Awards (1955)". Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Archived from the original on 2007-04-11. Retrieved 2007-06-26. The nominees' names are not listed for this year.
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Hope and Glory (film)

Hope and Glory is a 1987 British-American comedy-drama-war film, written, produced and directed by John Boorman and based on his own experiences of growing up in the Blitz in London during the Second World War. The title is derived from the traditional British patriotic song "Land of Hope and Glory". The film was distributed by Columbia Pictures. The film tells the story of the Rohan family and their experiences of the Blitz as seen through the eyes of the son, Billy (Sebastian Rice-Edwards).

Hope and Glory was a critical and commercial success; it won the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy and received five Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Original Screenplay. It also received thirteen BAFTA Award nominations, winning for Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Susan Wooldridge).

Joy (film)

Joy is a 2015 American biographical comedy-drama film, written and directed by David O. Russell and starring Jennifer Lawrence as Joy Mangano, a self-made millionaire who created her own business empire.

Joy received a theatrical release on December 25, 2015, distributed by 20th Century Fox. It received mixed reviews from critics, who praised Lawrence's performance but criticized the writing and pace of the film. Lawrence received a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actress and won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy for her performance. Joy was also nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, among other accolades.

Legally Blonde

Legally Blonde is a 2001 American comedy film based on Amanda Brown's novel of the same name. It was directed by Robert Luketic, scripted by Karen McCullah Lutz and Kirsten Smith, and stars Reese Witherspoon, Luke Wilson, Selma Blair, Matthew Davis, Victor Garber, and Jennifer Coolidge. The film tells the story of Elle Woods, a sorority girl who attempts to win back her ex-boyfriend by getting a Juris Doctor degree. The title is a pun on the term "legally blind".

The film was released on July 13, 2001, and received positive reviews from critics. On Rotten Tomatoes, the critics' consensus states "though the material is predictable and formulaic, Reese Witherspoon's funny, nuanced performance makes this movie better than it would have been otherwise". It was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture: Musical or Comedy and ranked 29th on Bravo's 2007 list of "100 Funniest Movies". Witherspoon received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy, and the 2002 MTV Movie Award for Best Female Performance.

The box office success led to a 2003 sequel, Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde, and a 2009 direct-to-DVD spin-off, Legally Blondes. Additionally, Legally Blonde: The Musical premiered on January 23, 2007, in San Francisco and opened in New York City at the Palace Theatre on Broadway on April 29, 2007, starring Laura Bell Bundy.

As of June 2018, Witherspoon has been in discussions with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer to produce a third instalment in the Legally Blonde film series. In addition to reprising her role as Elle Woods, Witherspoon is bringing back both Karen McCullah Lutz and Kirsten Smith to pen the film's script. MGM later confirmed in a Twitter post that Legally Blonde 3 is set to be released on February 14, 2020.

List of 20th Century Fox films (1935–99)

This is a list of films produced by the U.S. film studio 20th Century Fox Film Corporation and released between its May 31, 1935 creation – as a merger between Fox Film Corporation (1915–1935) and 20th Century Pictures (1933–1935) – until 1999. For subsequent releases by 20th Century Fox, see List of 20th Century Fox films (2000–present).

List of American films of 2000

A list of American films released in 2000. Gladiator won the Academy Award for Best Picture, the BAFTA Award for Best Film, and the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. Almost Famous won the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. Traffic won the Satellite Award for Best Film – Drama. Nurse Betty won the Satellite Award for Best Film – Musical or Comedy.

Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport won the Academy Award for Best Documentary. Reckless Indifference won the Satellite Award for Best Documentary Film.

You Can Count on Me and Girlfight won the Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic. Long Night's Journey into Day won the Grand Jury Prize: Documentary. Magnolia won the Golden Bear.

Battlefield Earth won the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture.

List of American films of 2005

A list of American films released in 2005. Brokeback Mountain won the BAFTA Award for Best Film, the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama and the Satellite Award for Best Film – Drama. Walk the Line won the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy and the Satellite Award for Best Film – Musical or Comedy.

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe won the Satellite Award for Best Animated or Mixed Media Feature.

Mad Hot Ballroom won the Satellite Award for Best Documentary Film.

Brokeback Mountain won the Golden Lion. Why We Fight won the Grand Jury Prize: Documentary. Forty Shades of Blue won the Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic.

Dirty Love won the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture.

List of Columbia Pictures films

The following is a list of films produced and/or released by Columbia Pictures. It is one of the Big Six film studios. Columbia Pictures is a subsidiary of Japanese conglomerate Sony.

List of accolades received by In Bruges

In Bruges is a 2008 British-American black comedy film written and directed by Martin McDonagh. The film stars Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson as two Irish hitmen in hiding, with Ralph Fiennes as their gangster boss. The film takes place—and was filmed—in the Belgian city of Bruges. The film opened on limited release in the United States on 8 February 2008. It premiered at the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival on 15 February 2008, and later went on full release in Ireland on 8 March 2008. The film opened 18 April 2008, in the United Kingdom.

In Bruges was nominated for seven awards by the British Independent Film Awards, including the Douglas Hickox Award (Debut Director), Best Performance by an Actor in a British Independent Film and Best Screenplay, the latter of which it won. It was also nominated for two Satellite Awards: for Best Actor (Brendan Gleeson) and Best Film.

The film was also nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, and both Brendan Gleeson and Colin Farrell were nominated for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy, which Farrell won at the 66th Golden Globe Awards ceremony, broadcast on 11 January 2009. McDonagh won the Best Original Screenplay award at the 62nd British Academy Film Awards in February 2009.

The film was nominated for Best Original Screenplay award at the 81st Academy Awards in 2009, but lost to Milk. In the same year, it won the Best International Film award at the 6th Irish Film & Television Awards.

Megan Ellison

Margaret Elizabeth "Megan" Ellison (born January 31, 1986) is an American film producer and founder of Annapurna Pictures, established in 2011. She is best known for producing the films Zero Dark Thirty (2012), Her (2013), American Hustle (2013), and Phantom Thread (2017), all of which have earned her Oscar nominations. In 2014, she was included in the annual Time 100 list of the most influential people in the world.

Pride (2014 film)

Pride is a 2014 British LGBT-related historical comedy-drama film written by Stephen Beresford and directed by Matthew Warchus. Based on a true story, the film depicts a group of lesbian and gay activists who raised money to help families affected by the British miners' strike in 1984, at the outset of what would become the Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners campaign. The alliance was unlike any seen before and was ultimately successful.It was screened as part of the Directors' Fortnight section of the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, where it won the Queer Palm award. Writer Stephen Beresford said a stage musical adaptation involving director Matthew Warchus is being planned.The film was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy and for the BAFTA for Best British Film, Best Actress in a Supporting Role for Imelda Staunton and for Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer.

Rusty Lemorande

Rusty Lemorande (born March 29, 1954 in Oconto Falls, Wisconsin) is an American screenwriter, director, actor and film producer who directed the 1989 film Journey to the Center of the Earth based on the Jules Verne novel of the same name.

One of Lemorande's first major jobs was production executive for the comedy Caddyshack. Lemorande proposed commissioning a gopher puppet in order to add, through additional shooting, a continuing story arc for the Gopher and the Bill Murray character. He was caught in the battle between screenwriter Doug Kenney and executive producer Jon Peters over Peters' insistence on a prominent role in the finished film for the infamous gopher puppet, which was not part of the original script.

Lemorande soon joined up with Barbra Streisand to produce Yentl, for which they shared a Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.

Lemorande wrote the film Electric Dreams, then followed it up by co-writing and producing with Francis Ford Coppola and George Lucas the Disney 3D theme-park film Captain EO, starring Michael Jackson. It was Lemorande who proposed adding physical effects (such as smoke, strobe lights and fiber optic stars) to the film. For this reason, Lemorande is often referred to as the Father of 4D.

Lemorande had a small speaking part in the film Yentl, and recently played the role of Father Lazarus in the Roland Joffé film There Be Dragons, based on the life of Josemaría Escrivá (founder of Opus Dei), which was shot largely in Argentina.

Lemorande's writing credits include an original screenplay, entitled Quixote, which deals with Miguel de Cervantes five years as a slave and prisoner in Algeria prior to writing Don Quixote. Ben Kingsley intends to star in the film to be produced by his film company SBK Productions.

Sarah Flack

Sarah Flack is an American film editor. She is notable for collaborating extensively with American independent film directors Steven Soderbergh (Schizopolis, The Limey, Full Frontal) and Sofia Coppola (Lost in Translation, Marie Antoinette and Somewhere).

Flack's work on Lost in Translation won her the BAFTA Award for Best Editing. The film went on to win numerous other awards, including a Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy and the Independent Spirit Award for Best Film.

Flack began her career working as a production assistant on the film Kafka where she first met film director Steven Soderbergh. After assistant editing on a handful of other independent films, Flack was hired by Soderbergh to co-edit his self-financed experimental film, Schizopolis. She is represented by the Skouras Agency.

The Kids Are All Right (film)

The Kids Are All Right is a 2010 American comedy-drama film directed by Lisa Cholodenko and written by Cholodenko and Stuart Blumberg. It is among the first mainstream movies to show a same-sex couple raising two teenagers. A hit at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival, it opened in limited release on July 9, 2010, expanding to more theaters on July 30, 2010. It was released on DVD and Blu-ray on November 16, 2010. The film was awarded the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy, and Annette Bening was awarded the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy. The film also received four Academy Award nominations, including one for Best Picture, at the 83rd Academy Awards.

There's Something About Mary

There's Something About Mary is a 1998 American romantic comedy film directed by Bobby and Peter Farrelly. It stars Cameron Diaz as the titular character with Matt Dillon, Ben Stiller, Lee Evans and Chris Elliott all playing men who are in love with Mary and vying for her affections.

The film was placed 27th in the American Film Institute's 100 Years, 100 Laughs: America's Funniest Movies, a list of the 100 funniest movies of the 20th century. In 2000, readers of Total Film magazine voted it the fourth-greatest comedy film of all time. Diaz won a New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress, an MTV Movie Award for Best Performance, an American Comedy Award for Best Actress, a Blockbuster Entertainment Award for Best Actress. She also received a Golden Globe nomination for her performance. It was also nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy. It won 4 out of 8 MTV Movie Awards, including Best Movie.

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