Call for Votes: Final Phase of the Poll for the Grand Prix – Best Film of the Year 2016
After the first nomination phase, we can now move on to the final phase of our poll to chose this year’s Grand Prix for the Best Film, which we will present as usual during the opening ceremony of the San Sebastian Film Festival, on September 16. The nominations sent in by 230 members of FIPRESCI from all over the world allowed us to draw a shortlist with the three highest-ranking films.
All members of FIPRESCI, whether they nominated films in the first phase or not, are welcome to vote in this second and final phase and pick their favourite film out of the three finalists.
Please click here to discover the three candidates and cast your vote: https://fr.surveymonkey.com/r/FIPRESCI_GrandPrix2016
The deadline is midnight (CET) on Sunday, 14th of August.
Once again you will be requested to identify yourself. This is only meant to make sure that the poll is answered (only once) by members of FIPRESCI, just like you were requested to identify yourself when voting via e-mail. Only I will access this information.
Thank you once again for your participation.
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