2017-2018 Awards Season Calendar

by | September 5, 2017 | Comments

(Photo by Rob Loud/Stringer/Getty Images)

Awards Season 2017/2018 has kicked into gear. A lot of the prestigious films looking for awards recognition won’t open in theaters until later this year, right around the time a few ceremonies — like the Gotham Independent Film Awards and the National Board of Review Awards — are set to take place. But the big ones to keep an eye on will be the Golden Globes, the various Guild awards, the BAFTAs, and the Indie Spirit Awards, which will all culminate in the Academy Awards on the first Sunday in March.

Until then, though, you can keep track of the various nomination announcements and awards ceremonies with our handy schedule below. Make sure to check back in the future for updated lists of nominations and winners, and good luck on your Oscar pool!

September 2017

Sunday, September 17 – Emmy Awards (CBS, 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT)

October 2017

Friday, October 9 – Critics Choice Documentary Nominations
Thursday, October 19 – Gotham Independent Film Awards Nominations

November 2017

Sunday, November 2 – Critics Choice Documentary Awards
Sunday, November 2 – British Independent Film Nominations
Monday, November 13 – NAACP Awards Nominations
Tuesday, November 21 – Independent Spirit Awards Nominations
Monday, November 27 – Gotham Independent Film Awards
Tuesday, November 28 – National Board of Review Awards
Thursday, November 30 – New York Film Critics Circle Awards

December 2017

Sunday, December 3 – Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards
Wednesday, December 6 – Critic’s Choice Film + TV Nominations
Thursday, December 7 – AFI Official Selections
Thursday, December 7 – WGA TV Nominations
Thursday, December 7 – Detroit Film Critics Awards
Friday, December 8 – Washington DC Area Film Critics Association
Sunday, December 10 – New York Film Critics Online Awards
Sunday, December 10 – Toronto Film Critics Association
Sunday, December 10 – Boston Society of Film Critics Awards
Sunday, December 10 – Chicago Film Critics Nominations
Sunday, December 10 – British Independent Film Awards
Sunday, December 10 – San Francisco Film Critics Circle
Monday, December 11 – Golden Globe Nominations
Monday, December 11 – San Diego Film Critics Society Awards
Tuesday, December 12 – Chicago Film Critics Association Awards
Wednesday, December 13 – Screen Actors Guild Nominations
Wednesday, December 13 – Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards
Sunday, December 17 – Kansas City Film Critics Society Awards
Monday, December 18 – Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards
Monday, December 18 – Vancouver Film Critics Circle Awards
Monday, December 18 – Southeastern Film Critics Association
Tuesday, December 19 – Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards
Tuesday, December 19 – Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society Awards
Friday, December 22 – Florida Film Critics Awards
Friday, December 22 – Nevada Film Critics Society Awards
Thursday, December 28 – Online Film Critics Society

January 2018

Tuesday, January 2 – Oklahoma Film Critics Circle Awards
Wednesday, January 3 – Golden Tomato Awards
Thursday, January 4 – WGA Film Nominations
Friday, January 5 – Producers Guild of America Nominations
Saturday, January 6 – National Society of Film Critics Awards
Saturday, January 6 – Houston Film Critics Awards
Sunday, January 7 – Golden Globe Awards (NBC, 8 p.m. ET / 5:00 p.m. PT)
Tuesday, January 9 – BAFTA Nominations
Wednesday, January 10 – Directors Guild TV + Documentary Nominations
Thursday, January 11 – Directors Guild Film Nominations
Thursday, January 11 – Critic’s Choice Film + TV Awards
Monday, January 15 – NAACP Awards
Saturday, January 20 – Producers Guild of America Awards
Sunday, January 21 – Screen Actors Guild Awards (TNT, 8 p.m. ET / 5:00 p.m. PT)
Tuesday, January 23 – The Academy Awards Nominations
Sunday, January 28 – London Critics’ Circle Awards


February 2018

Saturday, February 3 – Directors Guild of America Awards
Saturday, February 11 – Writers Guild of America Awards
Tuesday, February 13 – Visual Effects Society Awards
Sunday, February 18 – BAFTA Awards


March 2018

Saturday, March 3 – Razzie Awards
Saturday, March 3 – Independent Spirit Awards
Sunday, March 4 – The Academy Awards (ABC, 8 p.m. ET/ 5 p.m. PT)

Tag Cloud

BBC America CBS doctor who Disney Channel Classic Film book Certified Fresh 2019 TV renewals war Spectrum Originals YouTube Mystery Pirates 24 frames DC Comics animated Peacock spain ABC Family independent teaser Character Guide Star Wars APB Arrowverse Music YouTube Red composers The CW FX finale American Society of Cinematographers Black Mirror The Purge Amazon Prime Esquire political drama breaking bad TBS Biopics what to watch Superheroes FOX Action social media Sundance FXX historical drama ESPN Pixar 2016 Ovation IFC Films President TV Mindy Kaling MTV Disney Plus The Witch Nominations TCA Christmas Awards Tour Animation WarnerMedia Nickelodeon natural history Stephen King Logo Pet Sematary Watching Series Extras comiccon CW Seed Best and Worst Rocky game of thrones Fall TV Vudu aliens 20th Century Fox MCU latino cancelled TV series golden globes Binge Guide Star Trek cooking hispanic Comics on TV See It Skip It Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt IFC Cannes WGN Disney canceled TV shows thriller blockbuster series green book Reality Competition Nat Geo Crunchyroll kids Reality Epix revenge zombie Infographic Super Bowl Year in Review 2017 NYCC Mudbound TCM GIFs Video Games sitcom Red Carpet RT21 Crackle TV Land Elton John Apple TV Plus 2018 SundanceTV hist versus period drama nature PaleyFest game show Shudder Mary poppins The Arrangement Family HBO Max RT History Photos Writers Guild of America A24 blaxploitation festivals DirecTV transformers Opinion Lucasfilm MSNBC biography Musicals zero dark thirty El Rey boxoffice VH1 Acorn TV dceu award winner adventure CBS All Access tv talk Trophy Talk Brie Larson harry potter space ghosts Western Mary Poppins Returns cars Thanksgiving Hulu Quiz mockumentary 45 HBO Warner Bros. Amazon Chernobyl Sony Pictures crime GoT Apple elevated horror ITV television anthology E! Pop comic Valentine's Day medical drama Trivia Countdown jamie lee curtis facebook Bravo romantic comedy ratings indie Britbox sequel Calendar Holidays Apple TV+ CMT sports Dark Horse Comics 2015 E3 spy thriller GLAAD cops Martial Arts anime Marvel Television Turner Classic Movies Polls and Games SXSW Pride Month Masterpiece spinoff mutant science fiction Paramount Network Sci-Fi PBS History children's TV politics BET Creative Arts Emmys free movies USA Network Sundance Now Musical vampires crime thriller Women's History Month Spike Kids & Family movies discovery streaming batman Lionsgate slashers Box Office National Geographic joker Television Academy based on movie A&E diversity miniseries DGA Captain marvel Spring TV dc Lifetime Tomatazos Disney streaming service Winter TV Podcast true crime canceled Drama OWN Fantasy crossover singing competition Ellie Kemper crime drama cats Comedy LGBT Comedy Central USA romance disaster VICE Rom-Com halloween cancelled television 007 LGBTQ Columbia Pictures BBC Amazon Prime Video Ghostbusters Awards docudrama TCA 2017 Interview zombies Chilling Adventures of Sabrina werewolf unscripted Rocketman Tarantino cancelled TV shows Starz spider-man Heroines TNT theme song cinemax psycho cartoon Set visit Rock Universal Walt Disney Pictures Emmy Nominations dramedy TruTV Showtime Cartoon Network adaptation Sneak Peek spanish language Marvel Studios TIFF Grammys Freeform Cosplay Comic Book cults stand-up comedy Turner NBC San Diego Comic-Con Mary Tyler Moore Food Network Schedule Winners TLC quibi First Look renewed TV shows toy story serial killer Marathons Fox News justice league New York Comic Con AMC Premiere Dates Trailer video SDCC 71st Emmy Awards dragons strong female leads YA The Walking Dead Election ABC Film Festival Adult Swim Oscars foreign YouTube Premium Country robots Summer travel Toys Marvel Song of Ice and Fire witnail binge Anna Paquin Tumblr DC streaming service talk show 21st Century Fox Film Paramount police drama Syfy CNN richard e. Grant cancelled DC Universe Shondaland Teen First Reviews Superheroe south america technology supernatural Netflix Emmys X-Men Horror casting psychological thriller