Welcome to the WikiProject Awards!
The goal of this project is to define, maintain and document the Wikidata model (⧼items⧽/⧼properties⧽) about the management of awards and how to use them.
There are different items related to awards:
- General items for a whole group of awards, distributed during the same ceremony (especially for film awards) : e.g. Academy Awards (Q19020), David di Donatello (Q31579), Genie Awards (Q1502249), etc.
- Items for a specific award : e.g. Academy Award for Best Dance Direction (Q498690), David di Donatello for Best Foreign Actress (Q3404521), Genie Award for Best Screenplay (Q4376980)
- Items for a specific years and ceremonies (usually one per year) : e.g. 46th Academy Awards (Q570921), 3rd David di Donatello Awards (Q3703392), 5th Genie Awards (Q2817842)
Group of awards itemsEdit
- The general items should have subclass of (P279): award (Q618779) or any subclass thereof (literary award (Q378427), pornographic film award (Q18772252), etc.)
- They should have has part (P527) for all the specific awards under the group
Specific award itemsEdit
- The specific award items should have instance of (P31): award (Q618779) or any subclass thereof (literary award (Q378427), pornographic film award (Q18772252), etc.)
- When part of a group of awards, they should have instance of (P31) : the group of award. For example : Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor (Q106291) : instance of (P31) : Academy Awards (Q19020)
- Ceremony items should have instance of (P31) = award ceremony (Q4504495) or any subclass, but not instance of (P31)=award (Q618779).
- They should use location (P276), point in time (P585) (and start time (P580) and end time (P582) if the ceremony spans several days)
- Either the ceremony item or the subclass of award ceremony (Q4504495) should use facet of (P1269) linked to the corresponding group of awards:
- The recipient of the award should have the award received (P166) property, linked to the specific award given. This property should primarily be on the item of the person receiving the award, but it can also be added on the item of the work, when applicable. This property can have the following quantifiers:
- statement is subject of (P805) : the award ceremony item, e.g. statement is subject of (P805) = 50th Academy Awards (Q282159)
- point in time (P585) : to specify the date, especially if the ceremony is not specified
- winner (P1346) : for award received (P166) on the item of a specific film, novel, etc., specify the person given the award.
- for work (P1686) : for award received (P166) on the item of a person, specify the work for which the item was awarded.
- together with (P1706) : for award received (P166) on the item of a person, specify joint winner(s). i.e. Nobel Prize
- The same logic can be applied to nominees, substituting nominated for (P1411) for award received (P166) and nominee (P2453) for winner (P1346)
Films with awardsEdit
- point in time (P585) : 2009
Main award structureEdit
- award (Q618779)
- theatre award (Q15229229)
- television award (Q1407225)
- sports award (Q15229207)
- science award (Q11448906)
- religion-related award (Q18328106)
- politics award (Q18328084)
- order (Q193622)
- music award (Q1364556)
- literary award (Q378427)
- journalism prize (Q1709894)
- ironic award (Q14936523)
- human rights award (Q17566318)
- film award (Q4220917)
- comics awards (Q6611929)
- video game award (Q18328126)
- winner of a subclass of "film award", and not an instance. All the winners of an award should be associated to an instance of a subclass of award or, not directly to the subclass.
- 2017-01-14: 2172 results
- Items both instance of award and award ceremony. Most of these awards are actually award ceremony and the instance of award (or subclass) should be removed.
- 2017-02-06: 329 results
- instances of "award, award nominees, award recipients or award ceremony" These items should be corrected to fit the model described above.
- 2017-01-14: 855 results