Like "award reaper" or "award sweeper". I know they may not be correct so I need a right one.
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- Eighty prize-winning films of the 1930s are discussed in detail, with complete cast and technical credits, background notes, etc.
Howard has served as an executive producer as well on a number of award- winning films and television shows...
She is also an accomplished filmmaker who has made a series of award-winning films including Ellis Island (1981)
For award-winning movies, Google Books produces 896 results
These include such Broadway successes as Brigadoon (1947), Paint Your Wagon (1951), My Fair Lady (1956), and Camelot (1960), and the Academy-Award winning movies Gigi (1958) and My Fair Lady (1964)
Funny Girl and Meet the Packers; or by her genius as a composer in songs like the Academy Award-winning Evergreen; or by her screenwriting, directing and production skills in the multi-award winning movies, Yentl and Prince of Tides
"That has received generally good reviews from a number of critics Although it was critically acclaimed, the album wasn't a commercial success."
The common phrase for a movie (or book or song or whatever) that has won one or more awards is "award-winning".
I can't think of any commonly-used phrase for a movie that has won many awards, as opposed to just one.
If a movie wins awards in many categories of a single competition, we say it "swept the awards". But I've never heard such a movie called an "award-sweeping movie" or using any other adjective phrase other than "award-winning".
Such a movie may be called a blockbuster.