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NOMINACJA W KATEGORII
OSCAR
Vicky Cristina Barcelona
2008
aktorka drugoplanowa (Penelope Cruz)
aktorka drugoplanowa
Przejrzeæ Harry'ego
(Deconstructing Harry) 1997
scenariusz
Jej wysoko¶æ Afrodyta
(Mighty Aphrodite) 1995
scenariusz
Strza³y na Broadwayu
(Bullets Over Broadway) 1994
re¿yser, scenariusz
Mê¿owie i ¿ony
(Husbands and Wives) 1992
scenariusz
Alicja
(Alice) 1990
scenariusz
Zbrodnie i wykroczenia
(Crimes and Misdemeanors) 1989
re¿yser, scenariusz
Z³ote czasy radia
(Radio Days) 1987
scenariusz
Hanna i jej siostry
(Hannah and Her Sisters) 1986
re¿yser, scenariusz
scenariusz
Purpurowa ró¿a z Kairu
(The Purple Rose of Cairo) 1985
scenariusz
Danny Rose z Broadwayu
(Broadway Danny Rose) 1984
re¿yser, scenariusz
Manhattan
(Manhattan) 1979
scenariusz
Wnêtrza
(Interiors) 1978
re¿yser, scenariusz
Annie Hall
(Annie Hall) 1977
re¿yser, scenariusz, aktor
re¿yser, scenariusz


INNE NOMINACJE I NAGRODY

What's New Pussycat
(1966)
Writers Guild of America (USA)
Nominated to the WGA Screen Award for the Best Written American Comedy.

Take the Money and Run (1969)
Writers Guild of America (USA)
Nominated to the WGA Screen Award, jointly with Mickey Rose, for the Best Comedy Written Directly for the Screen.

Bananas (1971)
Writers Guild of America (USA)
Nominated to the WGA Screen Award, jointly with Mickey Rose, for the Best Comedy Written Directly for the Screen.

Sleeper (1973)
Hugo Awards - Science Fiction Achievement Award (USA)
Won the Hugo Awards for the Best Dramatic Presentation.Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (USA)
Won the Nebula Award for the Best Dramatic Presentation.Writers Guild of America (USA)
Nominated to the WGA Screen Award, jointly with Mickey Rose, for the Best Comedy Written Directly for the Screen.

Love and Death (1975)
Berlin International Film Festival (Germany)
Won the UNICRIT Award.
Nominated to the Golden Berlin Bear.

Annie Hall (1977)
Academy Awards (USA)
Won the Oscar for being the Best Director.
Won the Oscar, jointly with Marshall Brickman, for the Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen.
Nominated to the Oscar for beeing the Best Actor in a Leading Role.
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Charles J. Hoffe won the Oscar for the Best Picture.
Diane Keaton won the Oscar for being the Best Actress in a Leading Role.Bodil Awards (Danmark)
Won the Bodil Awards for being the Best American Film. (in danish: Bedste amerikanske film)British Academy Awards (Britain)
Won the BAFTA Film Awards for being the Best Film.
Won the BAFTA Film Awards for being the Best Director.
Won the BAFTA Film Awards, jointly with Marshall Brickman, for the Best Screenplay.
Nominated BAFTA Film Award for being the Best Actor.
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Wendy Greene Bricmont and Ralph Rosenblum won the BAFTA Film Awards for the Best Editing.
Diane Keaton won the BAFTA Film Awards for being the Best Actress in a Leading Role. Directors Guild of America (USA)
Won the DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Picture. Golden Globe (USA)
Nominated to the Golden Globe Awards for the Best Director in a Motion Picture.
Nominated to the Golden Globe Awards for being the Best Motion Picture.
Nominated to the Golden Globe Awards for being the Best Motion Picture Actor.
Nominated to the Golden Globe Awards, jointly with Marshall Brickman, for the Best Screenplay.
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Diane Keaton won the Golden Globe for being the Best Motion Picture Actress.Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards (USA)
Won LAFCA Award, jointly with Marshall Brickman, for the Best Screenplay.National Board of Review (USA)
Diane Keaton won the NBR Award for being the Best Supporting Actress.National Film Preservation Board (USA)
Had the National Film Registry in 1992.National Society of Film Critics Awards (USA)
Won the NSFC Award for being the Best Film.
Won the NSFC Award, jointly with Marshall Brickman, for the Best Screenplay.
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Diane Keaton won the NSFC Award for being the Best Actress.New York Film Critics Circle Awards (USA)
Won the NYFCC Award for being the Best Film.
Won the NYFCC Award for being the Best Director.
Won the NYFCC Award, jointly with Marshall Brickman, for the Best Screenplay.
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Diane Keaton won the NYFCC Award for being the Best Actress.Writers Guild of America (USA)
Nominated to the WGA Screen Award, jointly with Marshall Brickman, for the Best Comedy Written Directly for the Screen.

Interiors (1978)
Academy Awards (USA)
Nominated to the Oscar for being the Best Director.
Nominated to the Oscar for the Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen.
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Geraldine Page was nominated to the Oscar for being the Best Actress in a Leading Role.
Maureen Stapleton was nominated to the Oscar for being the Best Actress in
Best Actress in a Supporting Role.
Mel Bourne and Daniel Robert were nominated to the Oscar for the Best Art Direction - Set DecorationBritish Academy Awards (Britain)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Geraldine Page won the BAFTA Film Award for being the Best Supporting Actress.
Mary Beth Hurt was nominated to the BAFTA Film Award for being the Best Newcomer.Golden Globe (USA)
Nominated tothe Golden Globe Awards for being the Best Director - Motion Picture.
Nominated tothe Golden Globe Awards for the Best Screenplay - Motion Picture.
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Geraldine Page was nominated to the Golden Globe Awards for being the Best Motion Picture Actress - Drama.
Maureen Stapleton was nominated to the Golden Globe Awards for being the Best Motion Picture Actress in a Supporting Role.Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards (USA)
Maureen Stapleton won the LAFCA Award for being the Best Supporting Actress.New York Film Critics Circle Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Maureen Stapleton won the NYFCC Award for being the Best Supporting Actress.Writers Guild of America (USA)
Nominated to the WGA Screen Award for the Best Drama Written Directly for the Screen.

Manhattan (1979)
Academy Awards (USA)
Nominated to the Oscar, jointly with Marshall Brickman, for the Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen.
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Mariel Hemingway was nominated to the Oscar for being the Best Actress in a Supporting Role.Bodil Awards (Danmark)
Won the Bodil Awards for being the Best American Film. (in danish: Bedste amerikanske film)British Academy Awards (Britain)
Won the BAFTA Film Awards for being the Best Film.
Won the BAFTA Film Awards for being the Best Director.
Won the BAFTA Film Awards, jointly with Marshall Brickman, for the Best Screenplay.
Nominated BAFTA Film Award for being the Best Actor.
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Diane Keaton won the BAFTA Film Award for being the Best Actress.
Gordon Willis won the BAFTA Film Award for the Best Cinematography.
Susan E. Morse won the BAFTA Film Award for the Best Editing.
Jack Higgins (III), James Sabat and Dan Sable won the BAFTA Film Award for the Best Sound.
Mariel Hemingway and Meryl Streep won the BAFTA Film Award for being the Best Supporting Actress.César Awards (France)
Won the César for being the Best Foreign Film. (in french: Meilleur film étranger) Golden Globe (USA)
Nominated for the Golden Globe Awards for being the Best Motion Picture - Drama.Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists (Italia)
Won the Silver Ribbon for being the Best Director - Foreign films. (in italian: Regista del Miglior Film Straniero)Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards (USA)
Meryl Streep won the LAFCA Award for being the Best Supporting Actress.National Board of Review (USA)
Won the NBR Award for being the Best Picture - English Language.
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Meryl Streep won the NBR Award for being the Best Supporting Actress.National Society of Film Critics Awards (USA)
Won the NSFC Award for being the Best Director (tied with Robert Benton, Kramer vs. Kramer).
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Meryl Streep won the NSFC Award for being the Best Supporting Actress.New York Film Critics Circle Awards (USA)
Won the NYFCC Award for being the Best Director.Writers Guild of America (USA)
Nominated to the WGA Screen Award, jointly with Marshall Brickman, for the Best Comedy Written Directly for the Screen. Young Artist Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Mariel Hemingway was nominated to the Young Artist Award for being the Best Juvenile Actress in a Motion Picture.

Stardust Memories (1980)
Writers Guild of America (USA)
Nominated to the WGA Screen Award for the Best Comedy Written Directly for the Screen.A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy (1982)Razzie Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Mia Farrow was nominated to the Razzie Award for being the Worst Actress.

Zelig (1983)
Academy Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Gordon Willis was nominated to the Oscar for the Best Cinematography.
Santo Loquasto was nominated to the Oscar for the Best Costume Design.Bodil Awards (Danmark)
Won the Bodil Awards for being the Best American Film. (in danish: Bedste amerikanske film)British Academy Awards (Britain)
Nominated to the BAFTA Film Award for the Best Original Screenplay.
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Gordon Willis was nominated to the BAFTA Film Award for the Best Cinematography.
Susan E. Morse was nominated to the BAFTA Film Award for the Best Editing.
Fern Buchner and John Caglione jr. were nominated to the BAFTA Film Award for being the Best Make Up Artists.
Richard Greenberg(I), Gordon Willis, Stuart Robertson (II) and Joel Hynek were nominated to the BAFTA Film Award for the Best Special Visual EffectsDavid di Donatello Awards (Italy)
Won the David di Donatello Awards for being the Best Foreig Actor. (in italian: Migliore Attore Straniero) Golden Globes (USA)
Nominated to the Golden Globe Awards for being the Best Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical
Nominated to the Golden Globe Awards for the Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical New York Film Critics Circle Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Gordon Willis won the NYFCC Award for the Best Cinematography.Venice Film Festival (Italy)
Won the Pasinetti Awards for being the Best Film.Writers Guild of America (USA)
Nominated to the WGA Screen Award for the Best Comedy Written Directly for the Screen.

Broadway Danny Rose (1984)
Academy Awards (USA)
Nominated to the Oscar for being the Best Director.
Nominated to the Oscar for the Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen.British Academy Awards (Britain)
Won the BAFTA Film Award for the Best Original Screenplay.David di Donatello Awards (Italy)
Won the David Awards for being the Best Screenplay - Foreign Film. (in italian: Autore della Migliore Sceneggiatura Straniero) Golden Globes (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Mia Farrow was nominated to the Golden Globe award for the Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical.Writers Guild of America (USA)
Won the WGA Screen Award for the Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen.

The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985)
Academy Awards (USA)
Nominated to the Oscar for the Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen.Bodil Awards (Danmark)
Won the Bodil Awards for being the Best American Film. (in danish: Bedste amerikanske film)Boston Society of Film Critics Awards (USA)
Won the BSFC Award for the Best ScreenplayBritish Academy Awards (Britain)
Won the BAFTA Film Awards for the Best Original Screenplay.
Won the BAFTA Film Award, jointly with Robert Greenhut, for being the Best Film.
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Mia Farrow was nominated to the BAFTA Film Award for being the Best Actress.
(?) was nominated to the BAFTA Film Award for the Best Special Visual EffectsCannes Film Festival (France)
Won the FIPRESCI Award.Casting Society of America (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Juliet Taylor was nominated to the Artios Awards for the Best Casting for Feature Film - Comedy.César Awards (France)
Won the César for being the Best Foreign Film. (in french: Meilleur film étranger)French Syndicate of Cinema Critics (France)
Won the Critics Award for being the Best Foreign Film.Golden Globes (USA)
Won the Golden Globe for the Best Screenplay - Motion Picture.
Nominated to the Golden Globe Awards for being the Best Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Jeff Daniels was nominated to the Golden Globe for the Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical
Mia Farrow was nominated to the Golden Globe for the Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy/MusicalNew York Film Critics Circle Awards (USA)
Won the NYFCC Award for the Best Screenplay.Writers Guild of America (USA)
Nominated the WGA Screen Award for the Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen.

Hannah and Her Sisters (1986)
Academy Awards (USA)
Won the Oscar for the Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen.
Nominated to the Oscar for being the Best Director.
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Michael Caine won the Oscar for being the Best Actor in a Supporting Role.
Dianne Wiest won the Oscar for being the Best Actress in a Supporting Role.
Robert Greenhut was nominated to the Oscar for the Best Picture.
Carol Joffe and Stuart Wurtzel were nominated to the Oscar for the Best Art Direction-Set Decoration.
Susan E. Morse was nominated to the Oscar for the Best Film EditingAmerican Comedy Awards (USA)
Won the Amercan Comedy Award for being the Funniest Actor in a Leading Role in a Motion Picture.Bodil Awards (Danmark)
Won the Bodil Awards for being the Best American Film. (in danish: Bedste amerikanske film)Boston Society of Film Critics Awards (USA)
Won the BSFC Award for the Best Screenplay
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Dianne Wiest won the BSFC Awards for being the Best Supporting Actress
British Academy Awards (Britain)
Won the BAFTA Film Awards for being the Best Director.
Won the BAFTA Film Awards for the Best Original Screenplay.
Nominated BAFTA Film Award for being the Best Actor.
Nominated BAFTA Film Award, jointly with Robert Greenhut, for being the Best Film.
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Mia Farrow was nominated to the BAFTA Film Award for being the Best Actress.
Michael Caine was nominated BAFTA Film Award for being the Best Actor.
Barbara Hershey was nominated BAFTA Film Award for being the Best Actress in a Supporting Role.
Susan E. Morse was nominated BAFTA Film Award for the Best Editing.Casting Society of America (USA)
Juliet Taylor won the Artios Awards for the Best Casting for Feature Film - Comedy.César Awards (France)
Nominated to the César for being the Best Foreign Film. (in french: Meilleur film étranger)David di Donatello Awards (Italy)
Won the David Awards for being the Best Screenplay - Foreign Film. (in italian: Autore della Migliore Sceneggiatura Straniero) French Syndicate of Cinema Critics (France)
Won the Critics Award for being the Best Foreign Film.Golden Globes (USA)
Won the Golden Globe for being the Best Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical.
Nominated to the Golden Globe for being the Best Director - Motion Picture.
Nominated to the Golden Globe for the Best Screenplay - Motion Picture.
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Michael Caine was nominated to the Golden Globe for the Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture.
Dianne Wiest was nominated to the Golden Globe for the Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture.Los Angeles Film Critics Assosiation Awards (USA)
Won the LAFCA Award for being the Best Picture.
Won the LAFCA Award for the Best Screenplay.
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Dianne Wiest won the LAFCA Award for being the Best Supporting Actress.National Board of Review (USA)
Won the NBR Award for being the Best Director.
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Dianne Wiest won the NBR Award for being the Best Supporting Actress.National Society of Film Critics Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Dianne Wiest won the NSFC Award for being the Best Supporting Actress.New York Film Critics Circle Awards (USA)
Won the NYFCC Award for being Best Director.
Won the NYFCC Award for being Best Film.
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Dianne Wiest won the NYFCC Award for being the Best Supporting Actress.Writers Guild of America (USA)
Won the WGA Screen Award for the Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen.

Radio Days (1987)
Academy Awards (USA)
Nominated to the Oscar for the Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen.
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Leslie Bloom (I), George DeTitta jr. Carol Joffe and Santo Loquasto were nominated for the Best Art Direction-Set DecorationBritish Academy Awards (Britain)
Nominated to BAFTA Film Award, jointly with Robert Greenhut, for the best film.
Nominated to the BAFTA Film Award for the Best Original Screenplay.
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Jeffrey Kurland won the BAFTA Film Award for the Best Costume Design.
Santo Loquasto won the BAFTA Film Award for the Best Production Design.
Dianne Wiest was nominated to the BAFTA Film Award for being the Best Actress in a Supporting Role.
Susan E. Morse was nominated to the BAFTA Film Award for the Best Editing.
Lee Dichter, Robert Hein (I) and James Sabat were nominated to the BAFTA Film Award for the Best Sound.Casting Society of America (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Juliet Taylor was nominated to the Artios Awards for the Best Casting for Feature Film - Comedy.Writers Guild of America (USA)
Nominated the WGA Screen Award for the Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen.

Another Woman (1988)
Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists (Italy)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Marzia Ubaldi won the Silver Ribbon for the Best Dubbing (Female) - (in italian: Migliore Doppiaggio Femminile)

Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989)
Academy Awards (USA)
Nominated to the Oscar for the Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen.
Nominated to the Oscar for being the Best Director.
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Martin Landau was nominated to the Oscar for being the Best Actor in a Supporting Role.British Academy Awards (Britain)
Nominated to the BAFTA Film Award for the Best Original Screenplay.
Nominated to the BAFTA Film Award for being the Best Director.
Nominated to the BAFTA Film Award, jointly with Robert Greenhut, for being the Best Film.
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Alan Alda was nominated to the BAFTA Film Award for being the Best Actor in a Supporting Role.
Anjelica Huston was nominated to the BAFTA Film Award for being the Best Actress in a Supporting Role.
Susan E. Morse was nominated to the BAFTA Film Award for the Best Editing.David di Donatello Awards (Italy)
Won the David Awards for being the Best Screenplay - Foreign Film. (in italian: Autore della Migliore Sceneggiatura Straniero) Edgar Allan Poe Awards (USA)
Nominated to the Edgar for being the Best Motion Picture.Golden Globes (USA)
Nominated to the Golden Globe for being the Best Motion Picture - Drama.National Board of Review (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Alan Alda won the NBR Award for being the Best Supporting Actor.New York Film Critics Circle Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Alan Alda won the NYFCC Award for being the Best Supporting Actor.Writers Guild of America (USA)
Won the WGA Screen Award for the Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen.

Alice (1990)
Academy Awards (USA)
Nominated to the Oscar for the Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen.Casting Society of America (USA)
Juliet Taylor was nominated to the Artios Awards for the Best Casting for Feature Film - Comedy.César Awards (France)
Nominated to the César for being the Best Foreign Film. (in french: Meilleur film étranger)Golden Globes (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Mia Farrow was nominated to the Golden Globe for the Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical.National Board of Review (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Mia Farrow won the NBR Award for being the Best Actress.Writers Guild of America (USA)
Nominated the WGA Screen Award for the Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen.

Shadows and Fog (1992)
Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists (Italy)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Carlo Di Palma won the Silver Ribbon for the Best Cinematography. (in italian: Migliore Fotografia)

Husbands and Wives (1992)
Academy Awards (USA)
Nominated to the Oscar for the Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen.
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Judy Davis was nominated to the Oscar for being the Best Actress in a Supporting Role.British Academy Awards (Britain)
Won the BAFTA Film Award for the Best Original Screenplay.
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Judy Davis was nominated to the BAFTA Film Award for being the Best Actress.Casting Society of America (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Juliet Taylor was nominated to the Artios Awards for the Best Casting for Feature Film - Drama.César Awards (France)
Nominated to the César for being the Best Foreign Film. (in french: Meilleur film étranger)Golden Globes (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Judy Davis was nominated to the Golden Globe for the Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion PictureGuldbagge Awards (Sweden)
Won the Guldbagge Awards for being the best foreign film. (Bästa utländska film)London Film Critics Circle Awards (Britain)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Judy Davis won the ALFS AwardLos Angeles Film Critics Assosiation Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Judy Davis won the LAFCA Award for being the Best Supporting Actress.National Board of Review (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Judy Davis won the NBR Award for being the Best Supporting Actress. National Society of Film Critics Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Judy Davis won the NSFC Award for being the Best Supporting Actress.Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Judy Davis won the SEFCA Award for being the Best Supporting Actress.Writers Guild of America (USA)
Nominated the WGA Screen Award for the Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen.

Manhattan Murder Mystery (1993)
British Academy Awards (Britain)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Anjelica Huston was nominated to the BAFTA Film Award for being the Best Actress Supporting.César Awards (France)
Nominated to the César for being the Best Foreign Film. (in french: Meilleur film étranger)Golden Globes (USA)
Diane Keaton was nominated to the Golden Globe for the Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical

Bullets Over Broadway (1995)
Academy Awards (USA)
Nominated to the Oscar, jointly with Douglas McGrath (I), for the Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen.
Nominated to the Oscar for being the Best Director.
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Dianne West won the Oscar for being the Best Actress in a Supporting Role.
Chazz Palminteri was nominated to the Oscar for being the Best Actor in a Supporting Role.
Jennifer Tilly was nominated to the Oscar for being the Best Actress in a Supporting Role.
Susan Bode and Santo Loquasto were nominated to the Oscar for the Best Art Direction-Set Decoration.
Jeffrey Kurland was nominated to the Oscar for the Best Costume Design.American Comedy Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Dianne West won the Amercan Comedy Award for being the Funniest Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture.British Academy Awards (Britain)
Won the BAFTA Film Award, jointly with Douglas McGrath (I), for the Best Original Screenplay.Casting Society of America (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Juliet Taylor was nominated to the Artios Awards for the Best Casting for Feature Film - Comedy.Chicago Film Critics Association Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Dianne West won the CFCA for being the Best Supporting Actress.Golden Globes (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Dianne West won the Golden Globe for the Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture.Independent Spirit Awards (USA)
Nominated to the Independent Spirit Award, jointly with Douglas McGrath (I), for the Best Screenplay.
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Dianne West won the Independent Spirit Award for being the Best Supporting Female.
Chazz Palminteri was nominated to the Independent Spirit Award for being the Best Supporting Male.
Robert Greenhut was nominated to the Independent Spirit Award for the Best Feature.Los Angeles Film Critics Assosiation Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Dianne West won the LAFCA Award for being the Best Supporting Actress.National Society of Film Critics Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Dianne West won the NSFC Award for being the Best Supporting Actress.New York Film Critics Circle Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Dianne Wiest won the NYFCC Award for being the Best Supporting Actress. Screen Actors Guild Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Dianne Wiest won the Actor for an Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role
Chazz Palminteri was nominated to the Actor for an Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role.Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Dianne Wiest won the SEFCA Award for being the Best Supporting Actress.Writers Guild of America (USA)
Nominated the WGA Screen Award, jointly with Douglas McGrath (I), for the Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen.

Midhty Aphrodite (1996)
Academy Awards (USA)
Nominated to the Oscar for the Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen.
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Mira Sorvino won the Oscar for being the Best Actress in a Supporting Role.British Academy Awards (Britain)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Mira Sorvino was nominated to the BAFTA Film Award for being the Best Actress in a Supporting Role.Broadcast Film Critics Assosiation Awards (USA)
Mira Sorvino won the BFCA Award for being the Best Supporting Actress.Casting Society of America (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Juliet Taylor was nominated to the Artios Awards for the Best Casting for Feature Film - Comedy.Golden Globes (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Mira Sorvino won the Golden Globe for the Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture.Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists (Italy)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Carlo Di Palma won the Silver Ribbon for the Best Cinematography. (in italian: Migliore Fotografiain)National Society of Film Critics Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Mira Sorvino won the NSFC Award for being the Best Supporting Actress.New York Film Critics Circle Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Mira Sorvino won the NYFCC Award for being the Best Supporting Actress.Screen Actors Guild Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Mira Sorvino was nominated the Actor for an Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role.Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Mira Sorvino won the SEFCA Award for being the Best Supporting Actress.Writers Guild of America (USA)
Nominated the WGA Screen Award for the Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen.

Everyone Says I Love You (1997)
Boston Society of Film Critics Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Edward Noton won the BSFC Awards for being the Best Supporting Actor.Casting Society of America (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Juliet Taylor was nominated to the Artios Awards for the Best Casting for Feature Film - Comedy.Chicago Film Critics Association Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Edward Noton won the CFCA for being the Most Promising Actor.César Awards (France)
Nominated to the César for being the Best Foreign Film. (in french: Meilleur film étranger)European Film Awards (Europe)
Nominated the Five Continents Award.Golden Globes (USA)
Nominated to the Golden Globe for being the Best Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical.Golden Satellite Awards (USA)
Nominated the Golden Satellite for the Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Robert Greenhut was nominated Golden Satellite Award for the Best Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical.
Goldie Hawn was nominated Golden Satellite Award for the Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture - Comedy/MusicalLos Angeles Film Critics Assosiation Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Edward Norton won the LAFCA Award for being the Best Supporting Actor.National Board of Review (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Edward Norton won the NBR Award for being the Best Supporting Actor.Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Edward Norton won the SEFCA Award for being the Best Supporting Actor.YoungStar Awards (USA)
Gaby Hoffman and Natlie Portman were nominated the YoungStar Award for the Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Comedy Film.

Deconstructing Harry (1997)
Academy Awards (USA)
Nominated to the Oscar for the Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen.Cinema Brazil Grand Prize (Brazil)
Nominated to the Cinema Brazil Grand Prize for being the Best Foreign Film. (in portuguese: Melhor Filme Estrangeiro)European Film Awards (~Europe)
Nominated the Five Continents Award.Golden Satellite Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Jean Doumian was nominated Golden Satellite Award for the Best Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical.

Celebrity (1998)
Casting Society of America (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Juliet Taylor was nominated to the Artios Awards for the Best Casting for Feature Film - Comedy.Csapnivalo Awards (Hungary)
Nominated to the Golden Slate for being the Best Art Movie.
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Sven Nykvist was nominated to the Golden Slate for the Best Cinematography.

Sweet and Lowdown (1999)
Academy Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Sean Penn was nominated to the Oscar for being the Best Actor in a Leading Role.
Samantha Morton was nominated to the Oscar for being the Best Actress in a Supporting Role.Chicago Film Critics Association Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Samantha Morton was nominated to the CFCA Award for being the Best Supporting Actress.
Samantha Morton was nominated to the CFCA Award for being the Most Promising Actress.Golden Globes (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Sean Penn was nominated to the Golden Globe for the Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical.
Samantha Morton was nominated to the Golden Globe for the Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture- Comedy/Musical.
Golden Satellite Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Seann Penn was nominated to the Golden Satellite Award for the Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical
Samantha Morton was nominated to the Golden Satellite Award for the Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture - Comedy/MusicalLondon Film Critics Circle Awards (Britain)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Samantha Morton won the ALFS Award for being the best British Supporting Actress of the YearMotion Picture Sound Editors (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Alisa Lepselter was nominated to the Golden Reel Award for the Best Sound Editing/Music/Musical Feature.

Small Time Crooks (2000)
American Comedy Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Tracy Ullman was nominated to the American Comedy Award for being the Funniest Actress in a Leading Role in a Motion Picture.Golden Globes (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Tracy Ullman was nominated to the Golden Globe for the Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical.National Society of Film Critics Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Elaine May won the NSFC Award for being the Best Supporting Actress.Online Film Critics Society Awards (USA)
(awards and nominations to other than Allen)
Elaine May was nominated to the OFCS Award for being the Best Supporting Actress.