Call for Votes: Grand Prix 2015
Call for Votes: Grand Prix – Best Film of the Year 2015
The time has come to choose the film that will receive our Grand Prix for the Best Film of the Year. As usual, the award will be presented during the opening ceremony of the San Sebastián Film Festival, which this year will take place on the 18th of September.
Last year we introduced a couple of changes that proved successful, so we will continue with this system. Voting will be once again online, and it will take place in two phases.
Phase 1 – You are invited to vote online for any one, two or three feature-length film of any origin and nature, that had their world première no earlier than July 1st 2014.
You can cast your votes for this initial phase anytime between now and Friday, July 24. After that date, it will be technically impossible to add any vote.
Phase 2 – You will then be invited to choose one title from a shortlist that will come out of this open vote, also via an online poll.
Please note that in both phases 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.
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