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2019 in film is an overview of events, including the highest-grossing films, award ceremonies, critics' lists of the best films of 2019, festivals, a list of country-specific lists of films released, and movie programming. Avengers Endgame was the year's highest grossing film and the highest-grossing of all-time until Avatar regained the top spot in 2021.

Evaluation of the year[edit]

In his article highlighting the best movies of 2019, Richard Brody of The New Yorker said, "It's the year of apocalyptic cinema of the highest order, the year in which three of our best filmmakers have responded with vast ambition, invention, and inspiration to the crises at hand, including the threats to American democracy, the catastrophic menaces arising from global warming, the corrosive cruelty of ethnic hatreds and nationalist prejudices, and the poisonous overconcentration of money and power. At the same time, it's a year of inside-movies practicalities, of special attention to the business at hand, because of the structural threats to the movie business from new and powerful players. The major crisis specific to cinema outleaps even the great merits of individual movies and invokes basic and comprehensive questions of which movies can be seen and how those movies are acknowledged. It's a terrific year for movies, but it would seem much less so if we only considered movies in wide release. Versions of that refrain come up every year, but what used to be merely a gap between the multiplexes and limited releases has now become an abyss."[1]

Highest-grossing films[edit]

The top films released in 2019 by worldwide gross are as follows:[2]

Highest-grossing films of 2019
Rank Title Distributor Worldwide gross
1 Avengers: Endgame Disney $2,799,439,100
2 The Lion King $1,663,943,394
3 Frozen II $1,450,026,933
4 Spider-Man: Far From Home Sony Pictures $1,132,927,996
5 Captain Marvel Disney $1,128,462,972
6 Joker Warner Bros. $1,074,458,282
7 Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Disney $1,074,144,248
8 Toy Story 4 $1,073,394,593
9 Aladdin $1,051,693,953
10 Jumanji: The Next Level Sony Pictures $800,159,707

Avengers: Endgame became the fifth film to gross $2 billion worldwide and the highest-grossing film of all time. The Lion King, Frozen II, Spider-Man: Far From Home, Captain Marvel, Joker, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Toy Story 4, and Aladdin all grossed $1 billion, with the second, third, and eighth as the first, second, and fifth highest-grossing animated films, respectively. Joker became the first R-rated film in history to surpass $1 billion.

2019 box office records[edit]

Studio records[edit]

  • Walt Disney Studios became the first studio in history to surpass $10 billion in worldwide box office grosses in a year.[5]
  • Spider-Man: Far From Home became Sony Pictures' highest-grossing film. The record would be surpassed by 2021's Spider-Man: No Way Home.
  • With Toy Story 4, Pixar became the first animation studio to have four animated films (along with Toy Story 3, Finding Dory, and Incredibles 2) each surpass $1 billion at the worldwide box office,[6] and also the second animated film series to have two installments surpass $1 billion at the worldwide box office, after the Despicable Me franchise in 2017.

Film records[edit]

  • The Wandering Earth set the all-time opening record in China, grossing $349 million in its first seven days, which also made it the second biggest opening in any territory (after Star Wars: The Force Awakens in North America).[7]
  • Pokémon Detective Pikachu earned the best North American opening for a film based on a video game, with a $58 million debut.[8] By June 14, 2019, Detective Pikachu became the highest-grossing video game film adaptation in North America, surpassing Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001).[9][10]
  • Avengers: Endgame set numerous box office records,[11][12] including becoming the highest-grossing film of all time.[13]
  • Capernaum became the highest-grossing Middle-Eastern film of all time, having earned more than $50 million worldwide (including $43.5 million in China) by 16 May 2019.[14]
  • Aladdin became the highest-grossing release of all time in the Middle East,[15] and had the year's biggest opening weekend for a foreign film as well as this year's highest-grossing foreign film in Japan to date. The film has also surpassed Independence Day (1996) to become the highest-grossing film of Will Smith's career.[16] The film also became the highest-grossing Disney film ever in South Korea, not including films from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
  • In June, Toy Story 4 set the record for the biggest opening for an animated film, with $244.5 million. However, the record was surpassed the following month by The Lion King, which grossed $246 million.[dubious ] The latter then became the fastest animated film to gross $1 billion worldwide, doing so in 21 days, surpassing Incredibles 2 (46 days). The Lion King then surpassed Frozen (2013) to become the highest-grossing animated film and highest-grossing musical film of all time in only 31 days.[17] On the other hand, Toy Story 4 surpassed Toy Story 3 to become the highest-grossing film of the series.
  • The Lion King set the record for the widest opening weekend and widest release ever for North American film history, with 4,725 and 4,802 theaters, respectively.[18] On August 11, the film surpassed Beauty and the Beast (2017) as the highest-grossing remake of all time worldwide.[19] On August 26, the film become the first animated film to grossed $1 billion at overseas box office outside North America.
    • The Lion King was also the first animated film since Finding Nemo in 2003 to be at the time the highest-grossing animated film of all time but not the highest-grossing film of its year overall.
  • Ne Zha set the record for the biggest opening for an animated film in China, with $91.5 million, this was also the highest for a non-Hollywood animated film. It later became the first non-Hollywood animated film to earn $500 million (in 17 days), $600 million (in 25 days), and $700 million (in 46 days) and the first animated film not released by Universal, Disney, or Fox to do so.
  • Joker became the highest-grossing R-rated film of all time, and the first R-rated film to pass the billion-dollar mark at the worldwide box office.[20]
  • In November, Frozen II surpassed the record set by The Lion King earlier in July, as the biggest opening weekend for an animated and musical film with $358.5 million worldwide.
  • 2019 is the first year to have nine films cross the billion-dollar milestone, surpassing 2015's and 2018's record of five billion-dollar films.[6][21][22][23] Additionally, Disney (not counting Marvel Studios or Lucasfilm) saw four films cross $1 billion, the studio's highest amount in any calendar year.

Events[edit]

Award ceremonies[edit]

Date Event Host Location
January 6 76th Golden Globe Awards Hollywood Foreign Press Association Beverly Hills, California, U.S.[28]
January 12 24th Forqué Awards EGEDA Zaragoza, Spain[29]
January 13 24th Critics' Choice Awards Broadcast Film Critics Association Santa Monica, California, U.S.
January 19 Producers Guild of America Awards 2018 Producers Guild of America Beverly Hills, California, U.S.[30]
January 27 25th Screen Actors Guild Awards SAG-AFTRA Los Angeles, California, U.S.[31]
January 28 54th Guldbagge Awards Swedish Film Institute Stockholm, Sweden
February 2 46th Annie Awards International Animated Film Association Los Angeles, California, U.S.
71st Directors Guild of America Awards Directors Guild of America Los Angeles, California, U.S.
33rd Goya Awards Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences of Spain Seville, Spain
9th Magritte Awards Académie André Delvaux Brussels, Belgium[32]
February 10 72nd British Academy Film Awards British Academy of Film and Television Arts London, England, UK
February 22 23rd Satellite Awards International Press Academy Century City, Los Angeles, California, U.S.
February 23 39th Golden Raspberry Awards Golden Raspberry Award Foundation Los Angeles, California, U.S.[33]
34th Independent Spirit Awards Independent Spirit Awards Santa Monica, California, U.S.[34]
February 24 91st Academy Awards Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Hollywood, California, U.S.[35]
March 1 42nd Japan Academy Film Prize Nippon Academy-shō Association Tokyo, Japan
March 23 64th Filmfare Awards Filmfare Mumbai, India
March 27 64th David di Donatello Accademia del Cinema Italiano Rome, Italy
April 14 38th Hong Kong Film Awards Hong Kong Film Awards Association Ltd. Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
April 28 2019 FAMAS Awards Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences Pasig, Philippines
September 13 45th Saturn Awards Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films Burbank, California, U.S.[36]
November 21 40th Blue Dragon Film Awards Sports Chosun Incheon, South Korea
November 23 56th Golden Horse Awards Motion Picture Development Foundation R.O.C. Taipei, Taiwan
December 23 66th National Film Awards Directorate of Film Festivals

Festivals[edit]

List of some of the film festivals for 2019 that have been accredited by the International Federation of Film Producers Associations (FIAPF).

Date Event Host Location
January 14–February 3 2019 Sundance Film Festival Sundance Institute Park City, Utah, United States
February 9–14 69th Berlin International Film Festival Berlin International Film Festival Berlin, Germany
May 14–25 2019 Cannes Film Festival Cannes Film Festival Cannes, France
August 28–September 7 76th Venice International Film Festival Venice Film Festival Venice, Italy
September 5–15 2019 Toronto International Film Festival Toronto International Film Festival Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Awards[edit]

Category/Organization 77th Golden Globe Awards
January 5, 2020
25th Critics' Choice Awards
January 12, 2020
Producers, Directors, Screen Actors, and Writers Guild Awards
January 18-February 1, 2020
73rd BAFTA Awards
February 2, 2020
92nd Academy Awards
February 9, 2020
Drama Musical or Comedy
Best Film 1917 Once Upon a Time in Hollywood 1917 Parasite
Best Director Sam Mendes
1917
Sam Mendes
1917 (tie)
Bong Joon-ho
Parasite
(tie)
Sam Mendes
1917
Bong Joon-ho
Parasite
Best Actor Joaquin Phoenix
Joker
Taron Egerton
Rocketman
Joaquin Phoenix
Joker
Best Actress Renée Zellweger
Judy
Awkwafina
The Farewell
Renée Zellweger
Judy
Best Supporting Actor Brad Pitt
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
Best Supporting Actress Laura Dern
Marriage Story
Best Screenplay, Adapted Quentin Tarantino
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
Greta Gerwig
Little Women
Taika Waititi
Jojo Rabbit
Best Screenplay, Original Quentin Tarantino
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
Bong Joon-ho & Han Jin-won
Parasite
Best Animated Film Missing Link Toy Story 4 Klaus Toy Story 4
Best Original Score Hildur Guðnadóttir
Joker
Hildur Guðnadóttir
Joker
Best Original Song "(I'm Gonna) Love Me Again"
Rocketman
"(I'm Gonna) Love Me Again"
Rocketman (tie)
"Glasgow (No Place Like Home)"
Wild Rose (tie)
"(I'm Gonna) Love Me Again"
Rocketman
Best Foreign Language Film Parasite Parasite
Best Documentary[a] Apollo 11 For Sama American Factory

2019 films[edit]

By country/region[edit]

By genre/medium[edit]

Deaths[edit]

Month Date Name Age Country Profession Notable films
January 1 Ivo Gregurević 66 Croatia Actor
4 Ivan Bortnik 79 Russia Actor
4 Louisa Moritz 82 Cuba Actress
6 Gregg Rudloff 63 US Sound Engineer
6 W. Morgan Sheppard 86 UK Actor
9 Verna Bloom 80 US Actress
9 Paul Koslo 74 Germany Actor
9 Paolo Paoloni 89 Italy Actor
11 Fernando Luján 79 Mexico Actor
12 Etsuko Ichihara 82 Japan Actress
15 Bill Anagnos 60 US Stuntman
15 Carol Channing 97 US Actress
17 Daniel C. Striepeke 88 US Makeup Artist
19 Muriel Pavlow 97 UK Actress
20 Andrew G. Vajna 74 Hungary Producer
21 Kaye Ballard 93 US Actress
22 James Frawley 82 US Director, Actor
23 Jonas Mekas 96 Lithuania Documentarian
25 Dušan Makavejev 86 Serbia Director, Screenwriter
26 Michel Legrand 86 France Composer
30 Dick Miller 90 US Actor
February 1 Clive Swift 82 UK Actor
2 Catherine Burns 73 US Actress
3 Julie Adams 92 US Actress
3 Carmen Duncan 76 Australia Actress
4 Nita Bieber 92 US Actress
7 Albert Finney 82 UK Actor
9 Ron W. Miller 85 US Producer, Executive
10 Carmen Argenziano 75 US Actor
10 Mario Bernardo 99 Italy Cinematographer
10 Jan-Michael Vincent 74 US Actor
13 Marisa Solinas 79 Italy Actress, Singer
16 Bruno Ganz 77 Switzerland Actor
19 Giulio Brogi 83 Italy Actor
20 Chelo Alonso 85 Cuba Actress
20 Claude Goretta 89 Switzerland Director
20 Vinny Vella 72 US Actor
21 Stanley Donen 94 US Director, Choreographer
21 Peter Tork 77 US Actor, Singer
22 Kodi Ramakrishna 69 India Director
22 Morgan Woodward 93 US Actor
23 Katherine Helmond 89 US Actress
23 Shmuel Wolf 85 Israel Actor
28 André Previn 89 Germany Composer
March 2 Med Hondo 83 Mauritania Director, Actor
4 Luke Perry 52 US Actor
5 Susan Harrison 80 US Actress
5 Jacques Loussier 84 France Composer
7 Pino Caruso 84 Italy Actor
7 William J. Creber 87 US Production Designer
7 Sidney Sheinberg 84 US Producer, Executive
16 Richard Erdman 93 US Actor
16 Barbara Hammer 79 US Director, Documentarian
16 Tom Hatten 92 US Actor
18 John Carl Buechler 66 US Director, Makeup Artist
21 Pyotr Zaychenko 75 Russia Actor
23 Larry Cohen 82 US Director, Screenwriter
23 Denise DuBarry 63 US Actress
24 Nancy Gates 93 US Actress
24 Michael Lynne 77 US Studio Executive
24 Joseph Pilato 70 US Actor
29 Shane Rimmer 89 Canada Actor
29 Agnès Varda 90 France Director, Screenwriter
April 2 Mahendran 79 India Director, Screenwriter
3 Jerzy Wójcik 88 Poland Cinematographer
4 Barry Malkin 80 US Film Editor
4 Roberta Haynes 91 US Actress
5 Nadja Regin 87 Serbia Actress
7 Seymour Cassel 84 US Actor
12 Georgia Engel 70 US Actress
12 John McEnery 75 UK Actor
13 Gerry Becker 68 US Actor
13 Norman Garwood 73 UK Production Designer
14 Bibi Andersson 83 Sweden Actress
16 Fay McKenzie 101 US Actress
20 David V. Picker 87 US Producer, Executive
21 Steve Golin 64 US Producer
21 Ken Kercheval 83 US Actor
23 Mark Medoff 79 US Screenwriter
23 Terry Rawlings 85 UK Film Editor
23 David Winters 80 UK Actor, Director, Choreographer
24 Jean-Pierre Marielle 87 France Actor
26 Jessie Lawrence Ferguson 76 US Actor
28 John Singleton 51 US Director, Screenwriter
29 George Litto 88 US Producer
30 Anémone 68 France Actress
30 Peter Mayhew 74 UK Actor
May 1 Alessandra Panaro 79 Italy Actress
2 Chris Reccardi 54 US Animator
5 Barbara Perry 97 US Actress
9 Allene Roberts 90 US Actress
9 Alvin Sargent 92 US Screenwriter
11 Jean-Claude Brisseau 74 France Director, Screenwriter
11 Peggy Lipton 72 US Actress
12 Machiko Kyō 95 Japan Actress
13 Doris Day 97 US Actress, Singer
14 Tim Conway 85 US Actor
17 Rallapalli 73 India Actor
18 Analía Gadé 87 Argentina Actress
28 Carmine Caridi 85 US Actor
29 Peggy Stewart 95 US Actress
June 2 Alistair Browning 65 New Zealand Actor
7 Narciso Ibáñez Serrador 83 Spain Director, Screenwriter
9 Ma Ju-lung 80 Taiwan Actor
9 William D. Wittliff 79 US Screenwriter
11 Valeria Valeri 97 Italy Actress
12 Sylvia Miles 94 US Actress
13 Edith González 54 Mexico Actress
13 Sean McCann 83 Canada Actor
15 Franco Zeffirelli 96 Italy Director, Screenwriter
20 Eddie Garcia 90 Philippines Actor
21 William Simons 78 UK Actor
24 Billy Drago 73 US Actor
25 Bruno de Keyzer 69 France Cinematographer
25 Bryan Marshall 81 UK Actor
26 Édith Scob 81 France Actress
26 Max Wright 75 US Actor
27 Ben Barenholtz 83 Poland Producer, Executive
27 Vijaya Nirmala 73 India Director, Actor
28 Paul Benjamin 81 US Actor
29 Jeon Mi-seon 48 South Korea Actress
30 Glyn Houston 93 UK Actor
July 1 Ennio Guarnieri 88 Italy Cinematographer
1 Sid Ramin 100 US Composer, Arranger
2 Pat Crawford Brown 90 US Actress
3 Arte Johnson 90 US Actor
4 Eduardo Fajardo 94 Spain Actor
4 Arturo Fernández 90 Spain Actor
5 Ugo Gregoretti 88 Italy Director, Actor
5 Pierre Lhomme 89 France Cinematographer
6 Cameron Boyce 20 US Actor
6 Eddie Jones 84 US Actor
7 Artur Brauner 100 Germany Producer
9 Freddie Jones 91 UK Actor
9 Rip Torn 88 US Actor
10 Valentina Cortese 96 Italy Actress
10 Denise Nickerson 62 US Actress
13 Richard Carter 65 Australia Actor
13 Stephen Verona 78 Director Director
18 David Hedison 92 US Actor
19 Rutger Hauer 75 Netherlands Actor
19 Jeremy Kemp 84 UK Actor
20 Ilaria Occhini 85 Italy Actress
25 Giorgio Arlorio 90 Italy Screenwriter
26 Russi Taylor 75 US Voice Actress
27 Edward Lewis 99 US Producer
28 George Hilton 85 Uruguay Actor
31 Raffaele Pisu 94 Italy Actor
31 Harold Prince 91 US Director, Producer
August 1 D. A. Pennebaker 94 US Documentarian
1 Barrington Pheloung 65 Australia Composer
8 Jean-Pierre Mocky 86 France Director, Actor, Screenwriter
10 Piero Tosi 92 Italy Costume Designer
11 Gordan Mihić 80 Serbia Screenwriter
16 Peter Fonda 79 US Actor, Screenwriter, Director
16 Anna Quayle 86 UK Actress
16 Richard Williams 86 Canada Animator, Director
18 Encarna Paso 88 Spain Actress
19 James R. Alexander 88 US Sound Engineer
23 Carlo Delle Piane 83 Italy Actor
25 Mona Lisa 97 Philippines Actress
28 Michel Aumont 82 France Actor
30 Valerie Harper 80 US Actress
September 3 Carol Lynley 77 US Actress
7 Robert Axelrod 70 US Actor
8 John Wesley 72 US Actor
11 Mardik Martin 82 US Screenwriter
15 David Hurst 93 Germany Actor
15 Phyllis Newman 86 US Actress
19 Charles Gérard 92 France Actor
20 Jan Merlin 94 US Actor
21 Sid Haig 80 US Actor
22 Boriss Teterevs 63 Latvia Producer
25 Venu Madhav 39 or 50 India Actor
27 Rob Garrison 59 US Actor
28 Mark Zakharov 85 Russia Director, Screenwriter
30 Marshall Efron 81 US Actor
30 Wayne Fitzgerald 89 US Title Designer
October 1 Eric Pleskow 95 Austria Studio Executive
2 Paul LeBlanc 73 Canada Hairstylist
4 Diahann Carroll 84 US Actress, Singer
4 Stephen Moore 81 UK Actor
5 Dolores Dorn 85 US Actress
6 Vlasta Chramostová 92 Czech Republic Actress
6 Rip Taylor 84 US Actor
9 John W. Corso 89 US Production Designer
10 Marie-José Nat 79 France Actress
11 Robert Forster 78 US Actor
17 Zev Braun 90 US Producer
17 Bill Macy 97 US Actor
17 Victor Mohica 86 US Actor
22 Raymond Leppard 92 UK Composer
26 Robert Evans 89 US Producer, Executive
26 Pascale Roberts 89 France Actress
28 Annick Alane 94 France Actress
29 John Witherspoon 77 US Actor
30 Bernard Slade 89 Canada Screenwriter
31 Florence Giorgetti 75 France Actress
November 2 Marie Laforêt 80 France Actress, Singer
2 Brian Tarantina 60 US Actor
4 Virginia Leith 94 US Actress
5 Omero Antonutti 84 Italy Actor
7 Nik Powell 69 UK Producer
8 Fred Bongusto 84 Italy Composer
10 Lawrence G. Paull 81 US Production Designer
13 Arthur Marks 92 US Director
13 Niall Tóibín 89 Ireland Actor
14 Branko Lustig 87 Croatia Producer
15 Jorge Vergara 64 Mexico Producer
16 Vojtěch Jasný 93 Czech Republic Director
18 Laure Killing 60 France Actress
20 Michael J. Pollard 80 US Actor
24 Joan Staley 79 US Actress
27 Godfrey Gao 35 Taiwan Actor
28 Gene Warren Jr. 78 US Visual Effects Artist
December 1 Michael Lai 73 Hong Kong Composer
1 Shelley Morrison 83 US Actress
4 Leonard Goldberg 85 US Producer
5 Robert Walker 79 US Actor
6 Ron Leibman 82 US Actor
6 Natalie Trundy 79 US Actress
8 René Auberjonois 79 US Actor
8 Caroll Spinney 85 US Puppeteer
12 Danny Aiello 86 US Actor
12 Gollapudi Maruti Rao 80 India Actor, Screenwriter
14 John Briley 94 US Screenwriter
14 Anna Karina 79 Denmark Actress
15 Nicky Henson 74 UK Actor
16 Peter Larkin 93 US Production Designer
18 Claudine Auger 78 France Actress
22 Tony Britton 95 UK Actor
23 David Foster 90 US Producer
25 Lee Mendelson 86 US Producer
26 Jerry Herman 88 US Composer, Lyricist
26 Sue Lyon 73 US Actress
27 Jack Sheldon 88 US Singer, Actor
29 Neil Innes 75 UK Composer, Actor
30 Jan Fedder 64 Germany Actor
30 Jack Garfein 89 US Director
30 Syd Mead 86 US Concept Artist
30 Elizabeth Sellars 98 UK Actress

Film debuts[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ From 2016 onward, the category was shifted from the Critics' Choice Awards to the ancillary Critics' Choice Documentary Awards.

References[edit]

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