Call for Votes: Grand Prix – Best Film of the Year 2018
The time has come once again to choose the film that, according to most members of FIPRESCI, is the best of the past year, and therefore the winner of our Grand Prix 2018. As usual, the trophy will be presented during the opening ceremony of the San Sebastian Film Festival, which will be holding its 66th edition from September 21 to 29.
To choose the winner, all members of FIPRESCI are invited to vote in the online poll, in two phases.
Phase 1, nominations. All members of FIPRESCI may nominate any one, two or three feature-length film of any origin and nature, that had their world première no earlier than July 1st, 2017. Please check the dates (for instance on IMDB) to make sure the film is eligible, and remember what counts is the world première, and no the release in a specific territory.
You can cast your votes for this initial phase anytime between now and Monday, July 30. After that, it will be technically impossible to add any vote, as we will move on to phase 2.
Click here https://fr.surveymonkey.com/r/ZYZGT85 to vote.
Phase 2. You will then be invited to choose one title from a shortlist that will come out of the first nominations phase, also via an online poll.
Please note that in both phases you will be requested to identify yourself. This is simply meant to make sure that the poll is answered (only once) by members of FIPRESCI. Only I will have access to this confidential information.
Click here to vote: https://fr.surveymonkey.com/r/ZYZGT85
General Assembly 2023
Panorama of European Cinema, Athens 2022
Critics’ Poll Venice 2022
General Assembly 2022, Agenda
Grand Prix 2022: Final Call
General Assembly 2022, Call
Call for "Golden Globe" Voters
Call for Grand Prix
Critics’ Poll Karlovy Vary 2022
Critics' Poll Cannes 2022
European Discoveries: The Committee
Venice Film Festival 2021: Critics’ Poll
Grand Prix 2021 to "Nomadland"
Karlovy Vary 2021: Critics' Poll
General Assembly 2021 Agenda
Grand Prix 2021 – Don't Forget to Cast Your Vote
Grand Prix 2021 - Final Vote
FIPRESCI Grand Prix 2021
Cannes Critics Poll 2021
Berlin 2021 – Conference on Film Criticism
Juries in Pandemic Times
FIPRESCI to Skip Grand Prix 2020
The Corona Virus: Letter from the Board
Berlinale Calling - The Critics Poll