Vote for the Best of 2018 in the 6th Annual Talk Film Society Awards
For our sixth time holding the Talk Film Society Awards — our awards catered to our followers and readers of the site — we thought we’d change things up just a little. Don’t worry, some things will stay the same; we still have our online ballot and we still have multiple categories where you can vote for the best in film. There are 16 categories this year; go to our ballot right now to read up on the details and vote there. Voting in the first round begins today, January 1st, and runs through Friday, January 18th. The second round voting will begin in late January.
The slight change this year is that you can vote twice — one time using our ballot, and one more time on Twitter. During the first round voting period, on Twitter we will ask for your picks in each category and we will take each response into account in our final tally. Follow us and keep an eye on the #TFSAwards hashtag for updates.
The 6th Annual Talk Film Society Awards winners will be announced on Sunday, February 17, 2019.
Best Film of the Year
Best Animated Film
Best Foreign Film
Best Adapted Screenplay
Best Original Screenplay
Best Original Song
Best Acting Ensemble
Best Supporting Actor
Best Supporting Actress
Best Debut Film
As always, thanks for voting!
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