Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone: Film Awards and Distribution

Festivals

- Kristiansand International Children’s Film Festival (4 April 2002)

Awards

- Academy Awards, USA: (2002)
Oscar - Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Best Costume Design, Best Music, Original Score (nominated)

- Amanda Awards, Norway: (2002)
Amanda - Best Foreign Feature Film (Årets utenlandske spillefilm) (nominated)

- BAFTA Awards (2002)
Alexander Korda Award for Best British Film, BAFTA Children's Award for Best Feature Film, BAFTA Film Award for Best Achievement in Special Visual Effects, Best Costume Design, Best Make Up/Hair, Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role, Best Production Design, Best Sound (all nominated)

- Bogey Awards, Germany: (2001)
Bogey Award in Titanium (won)

- Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards: (2002)
Critics Choice Award - Best Family Film: Live Action (won)

- Empire Awards, UK: (2006)
Special Award - The "Harry Potter" films for outstanding contribution to British cinema. Also for Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002), Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004) and Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005) (won)

Empire Award for Best Debut - Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson
Best Film (nominated)

- Evening Standard British Film Awards: (2002)
Evening Standard British Film Award - Best Technical/Artistic Achievement (won)

- Golden Trailer Awards: (2002)
Golden Trailer - Best Animation/Family (nominated)

- Grammy Awards: (2003)
Grammy - Best Score Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media (nominated)

- Hugo Awards: (2002)
Hugo - Best Dramatic Presentation (nominated)

- Kids' Choice Awards, USA: (2002)
Blimp Award - Favorite Movie (nominated)

- Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards: (2002)
Sierra Award -Best Family Film (nominated)

- Motion Picture Sound Editors, USA: (2002)
Golden Reel Award: Best Sound Editing - Foreign Film (nominated)

- PGA Awards: (2002)
Motion Picture Producer of the Year Award (nominated)

- Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards: (2002)
PFCS Award, Best Family Film (won)
Best Original Score, Best Production Design, Best Visual Effects (nominated)

- Satellite Awards: (2002)
Golden Satellite Award, Best Art Direction, Best Film Editing, Best Motion Picture, Animated or Mixed Media, Best Visual Effects (nominated)
Special Achievement Award: Outstanding New Talent - Rupert Grint (won)

- Teen Choice Awards: (2002)
Film - Choice Movie, Drama/Action Adventure (nominated)

 Young Artist Awards: (2002)
Most Promising Newcomer - Rupert Grint (won)
Best Ensemble in a Feature Film - Rupert Grint, Emma Watson, Tom Felton (nominated)

Full Awards List

Premieres

World Premiere: 4 November 2001, Odeon Leicester Square, London, UK

General Release:
- UK, US, Canada, Ireland, Malta, Taiwan 16 November 2001

- Belgium, Philippines 22 November 2001

- Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland, Malaysia, Singapore 22 Novemer 2001

- Austria, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Brazil, Mexico, South Africa 23 November 2001

- Israel, Australia, New Zealand, Argentina, Chile 29 November 2001

- Greece, Iceland, Portugal, Spain, Mexico, Guatemala, Colombia, Japan 1 December 2001

- France, Venezuela 5 December 2001

- Italy, Peru 6 December 2001

- Panama 7 December 2001

- Hungary 13 December 2001

- South Korea 14 December 2001

- Kuwait 15 December 2001

- Indonesia 19 December 2001

- Hong Kong 20 December 2001

- Estonia, Lithuania 21 December 2001

- Croatia 23 December 2001

- Egypt 18 January 2002

- Poland 18 January 2002

- China 26 January 2002

- Turkey 1 February 2002

- Czech Republic 14 February 2002

- Bulgaria 15 February 2002

- Kazakhstan, Russia 21 March 2002

- India 12 April 2002

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