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".
Not as common as award-winning, but occasionally found is
in which context, decoration means an award given as a mark of distinction. This may borrow from the military use where a decoration has a specific meaning.
There examples of this phrase being used for movies:
The highly-decorated movie “American Sniper,” which centers on Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, was scheduled to be shown on the campus of the University of Michigan Friday.
Not only is director Taylor Hackford's Oscar-winning biopic on singer Ray Charles easily the most highly decorated movie on this list, but its presence is still felt at the airport daily.
Such a movie may be called a blockbuster.