Grand Prix 2019 – Final Call
Final phase of the poll for the Grand Prix 2019 – Best Film of the Year
Four finalists emerged from the nominating phase for the FIPRESCI Grand Prix 2019 for the Best Film of the Year. But only one of them will receive the award on September 20, during the opening ceremony of the 67th San Sebastián Film Festival. You are invited to vote to decide which it will be.
All members of FIPRESCI are welcome to vote in this second and final phase, whether they took part in the first nominating phase or not. (Thank you very much to the 308 colleagues who did!)
Please click here by midnight (CET) on Monday, August 12 to discover the four candidates and cast your vote: https://s.surveyplanet.com/pEugo0tjB
Once again, to make sure that the poll is only answered (and only once) by members of FIPRESCI, you will be requested to identify yourself. Only I will have access to the information on who voted for which film.
Thank you once again for your participation.
Click here: https://s.surveyplanet.com/pEugo0tjB
PS: Please do not share this link with anyone outside of FIPRESCI.
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