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Titanic (U/A)

Genre

Romance - Thriller

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Release Date

13 Mar 1998
Awards
Won 1998 Oscar Award For Best Picture - James Cameron, Jon Landau

Won 1998 Oscar Award For Best Director - James Cameron

Won 1998 Oscar Award For Best Art Direction-Set Decoration - Peter Lamont (art director), Michael Ford (set decorator)

Won 1998 Oscar Award For Best Cinematography - Russell Carpenter

Won 1998 Oscar Award For Best Costume Design - Deborah Lynn Scott

Won 1998 Oscar Award For Best Effects, Sound Effects Editing - Tom Bellfort, Christopher Boyes

Won 1998 Oscar Award For Best Effects, Visual Effects - Robert Legato, Mark A. Lasoff, Thomas L. Fisher, Michael Kanfer

Won 1998 Oscar Award For Best Film Editing - Conrad Buff IV, James Cameron, Richard A. Harris

Won 1998 Oscar Award For Best Music, Original Dramatic Score - James Horner

Won 1998 Oscar Award For Best Music, Original Song - James Horner (music), Will Jennings (lyrics)

Won 1998 Oscar Award For Best Sound - Gary Rydstrom, Tom Johnson, Gary Summers, Mark Ulano

Won 1999 ASCAP Award For Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures - James Horner, Will Jennings

Won 1999 ASCAP Award For Top Box Office Films - James Horner

Won 1998 Saturn Award For Best Supporting Actress - Gloria Stuart

Won 1998 Amanda Award For Best Foreign Feature Film - James Cameron

Won 1998 Eddie Award For Best Edited Feature Film - Conrad Buff IV, James Cameron, Richard A. Harris

Won 1998 ASC Award For Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Theatrical Releases - Russell Carpenter

Won 1998 Annie Award For Best Individual Achievement: Technical Achievement

Won 1998 Excellence in Production Design Award For Feature Film - Martin Laing

Won 1998 Award of the Japanese Academy For Best Foreign Film

Won 1998 BMI Film For Most Performed Song from a Film - Will Jennings

Won 1999 Blockbuster Entertainment Award For Favorite Song from a Movie - Celine Dion

Won 1998 Blockbuster Entertainment Award For Favorite Actor - Drama - Leonardo DiCaprio

Won 1998 Blockbuster Entertainment Award For Favorite Actress - Drama - Kate Winslet

Won 1998 Blockbuster Entertainment Award For Favorite Supporting Actor - Drama - Billy Zane

Won 1998 Blockbuster Entertainment Award For Favorite Supporting Actress - Drama - Kathy Bates

 Won 1998 Blue Ribbon Award For Best Foreign Language Film - James Cameron

Won 1998 Bogey Award in Titanium

Won 1999 Brit Award For Best Soundtrack

Won 1998 Critics Choice Award For Best Director -James Cameron

Won 1998 CFCA Award For Best Cinematography - Russell Carpenter

Won 1998 CFCA Award For Best Original Score - James Horner

Won 1998 C.A.S. Award For Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Feature Film

Won 1999 Box Office Award

Won 1998 DFWFCA Award For Best Director - James Cameron

Won 1998 DGA Award For Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures - James Cameron

Won 1999 Empire Award For Best British Actress - Kate Winslet

Won 1999 Empire Award For Best Film

Won 1998 Audience Award For Best Actress - Kate Winslet

Won 1998 FFCC Award For Best Cinematography - Russell Carpenter

Won 1998 FFCC Award For Best Film

Won 2001 Golden Camera - Film - International - Kate Winslet

Won 1998 Golden Globe Award For Best Director - Motion Picture - James Cameron

Won 1998 Golden Globe Award For Best Motion Picture - Drama

Won 1998 Golden Globe Award For Best Original Score - Motion Picture - James Horner

Won 1998 Golden Globe Award For Best Original Song - Motion Picture - James Horner (music), Will Jennings (lyrics)

Won 1999 Golden Screen - Special Award

Won 1998 Golden Screen Award

Won 1998 Golden Screen Award with 1 Star

Won 1998 Golden Screen Award with 2 Stars

Won 1998 Golden Screen Award Golden Screen with 3 Stars

Won 1998 Golden Screen - Special Award

Won 1999 Grammy Award For Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture - James Horner, Will Jennings

Won 1998 Hochi Film Award For Best Foreign Language Film - James Cameron

Won 1998 Hollywood Digital Award - Robert Legato, Crystal Dowd

Won 1999 Monitor Award For Theatrical Releases - Color Correction - David Bernstein, James Cameron

Won 1998 KCFCC Award For Best Director - James Cameron

Won 1998 KCFCC Award For Best Film

Won 1998 KCFCC Award For Best Supporting Actress - Gloria Stuart

Won 1998 Blimp Award For Favorite Movie

Won 1998 Sierra Award For Best Cinematography -Russell Carpenter

Won 1998 Sierra Award For Best Director - James Cameron

Won 1998 Sierra Award For Best Original Song - James Horner (music), Will Jennings (lyrics)

Won 1997 LAFCA Award For Best Production Design - Peter Lamont

Won 1998 MTV Movie Award For Best Male Performance - Leonardo DiCaprio

Won 1998 MTV Movie Award For Best Movie

Won 1999 Readers' Choice Award For Best Foreign Language Film - James Cameron

Won 1998 Silver Goddess Awards For Best Foreign Film

Won 1998 Golden Reel Award For Best Sound Editing - Dialogue & ADR

Won 1998 Golden Reel Award For Best Sound Editing - Music (Foreign & Domestic) - Jim Henrikson (supervising music editor), Joe E. Rand (music editor)

Won 1998 Golden Reel Award For Best Sound Editing - Sound Effects & Foley

Won 1997 National Board of Review Award Special Citation - James Cameron

Won 1998 OFCS Award For Best Director - James Cameron

Won 1998 OFCS Award For Best Supporting Actress - Gloria Stuart

Won 1998 PGA Awards For Motion Picture Producer of the Year Award - James Cameron, Jon Landau

Won 1999 People's Choice Award For Favorite Dramatic Motion Picture

Won 1999 People's Choice Award For Favorite Motion Picture

Won 1998 Golden Satellite Award For Best Director of a Motion Picture - James Cameron

Won 1998 Golden Satellite Award For Best Motion Picture - Drama - James Cameron, Jon Landau

Won 1998 Golden Satellite Award For Outstanding Art Direction - Peter Lamont

Won 1998 Golden Satellite Award For Outstanding Costume Design - Deborah Lynn Scott

Won 1998 Golden Satellite Award For Outstanding Film Editing - Richard A. Harris, Conrad Buff IV

Won 1998 Golden Satellite Award For Outstanding Original Score - James Horner

Won 1998 Golden Satellite Award For Outstanding Original Song - James Horner (composer), Will Jennings (lyricist)

Won 1998 Screen Actors Guild Awards For Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role - Gloria Stuart
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