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Filmspots 2018: Nominations Ballot
« on: January 25, 2019, 11:27:31 PM »
Below is the official nominations ballot for the 2018 Filmspots. To submit a ballot, simply copy and paste the ballot below into a private message to me, fill in your choices for each category, and send it off. The deadline to submit a nominations ballot is Sunday, February 3 (extending into Monday morning).

Please reference the 2018 Filmspot FYC on Google documentations to see what potential nominees other Filmspotters have submitted For Your Consideration (FYC). You are not limited to the options mentioned in the document. However, if something you want to vote for isn't listed, it's in your best interest to get it added so that other people can consider your nominee. The document is also a great resource for verifying which screenplays are Original versus Adapted; which performances are Lead versus Supporting; etc. (Don't forget to also thank Corndog repeatedly for maintaining the document throughout the year.)

Other notes:
  • You do not have to vote in every category, nor do you have to vote for a full five nominees in every category. A first-place vote counts the same whether you list one nominee in a category or a full five; same with a second-place vote, and so on.
  • The order of your nominees is important (votes are weighted) and ties are not allowed. (Someone forgets this every single year.)
  • Each nomination must be tied to a single film. If you want to nominate Emily Blunt for A Quiet Place and Mary Poppins Returns, that has to be two separate votes. You can't combine them.
  • Although they have their own categories, non-English language films, animated films, and documentaries are also eligible for every other category, including Best Picture.
  • Keep in mind that the Filmspots have different eligibility guidelines than, say, the Oscars. Films like I, Daniel Blake, Faces Places, A Fantastic Woman, and The Girl Without Hands are eligible for the Filmspots again this year, even though they might have been in Oscar contention last year. For a more detailed explanation of the these guidelines, see the this thread.
  • The Best Debut Feature category recognizes a director's US theatrical feature debut. Earlier films that did not receive theatrical distribution in the US do not affect a director's eligibility.
If you have any questions that aren't addressed by the FAQ, please ask them here.

Nominations will be announced on the forum on Friday, February 8.

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Filmspots 2018 Nominations Ballot

BEST PICTURE
(Please list only the title of the film.)

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BEST DIRECTOR
(As above, please list the title of the film.)

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BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
(Film title only.)

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BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
(Film title only.)

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BEST ACTOR
(Please list the film title followed by the actor's name.)

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BEST ACTRESS
(Film title and actress's name.)

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BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
(Film title and actor's name.)

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BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
(Film title and actress's name.)

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BEST ENSEMBLE CAST
(Film title only.)

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BEST NON-ENGLISH LANGUAGE FILM
(Film title only.)

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BEST ANIMATED FILM
(Film title only.)

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BEST DOCUMENTARY
(Film title only.)

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BEST EDITING
(Film title only.)

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BEST SOUND
(Film title only.)

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BEST SCORE
(Film title only.)

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BEST SOUNDTRACK
(Film title only.)

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BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
(Film title only.)

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BEST ART DIRECTION
(Film title only.)

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BEST VISUAL EFFECTS
(Film title only.)

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BEST SURPRISE
(Film title only.)

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BEST DEBUT FEATURE
(Film title only.)

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BEST SCENE (DRAMATIC)
(Please list the film title and the scene description, matching the wording in the FYC thread.)

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BEST SCENE (COMEDIC)
(Please list the film title and the scene description, matching the wording in the FYC thread.)

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BEST SHOT
(Please list the film title and the shot description, matching the wording in the FYC thread.)

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BEST LINE
(Please list the film title and the line of dialogue.)

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I think I'd love how awkward it'd be, or how awkward it should be.