The film that broke records: How many Oscars does ‘Titanic’ have? | The USA Print

The film that broke records: How many Oscars does 'Titanic' have?


the gala of the Oscar awards It is one of the most anticipated events by moviegoers. On March 12, its 95th edition will be held in which Everything at once everywhere part as one of the favourites, with eleven nominations.

For many, talking about the Oscars is talking about one of the most successful films in these awards: titanic. What some surely do not know is that the film of James Cameron is based on another 1958 screening titled The last night of the Titanic. She was winner of Golden Globe for Best Foreign Filmis an adaptation of the historian’s book Walter Lord and tells the story of the passengers of the ship that sank in the waters of the North Atlantic in 1912.

Nonetheless, titanic captivated thousands of viewers around the world in 1997. 25 years have passed since its release in theaters and the love story between Jack Dawson (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Rose DeWitt (Kate Winslet) continues to fascinate everyone. In fact, the production returned to movie theaters last February on the occasion of Valentine’s Day.

How many Oscars did Titanic win?

titanic It is one of the films with the most Oscars. the night of March 23, 1998 was the great winner getting 11 statuettes out of 14 nominations. James Cameron’s production was chosen as one of the best in history. These are all the awards he got:

  • best director
  • Best film
  • best photography
  • best art direction
  • Best Costume Design
  • best soundtrack
  • best mount
  • better visual effects
  • best original song
  • better sound
  • best sound editing
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After that magical night, titanic equaled in prizes to Ben Hur (1959). In 2003, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King by Peter Jackson also entered the history of the films with the most Oscar Awards (he achieved 11 statuettes). They have one less award gone With the Wind (1939) and West Side Story (1961).