That gives us one week to process the ballots before the nominations are announced on Sunday, March 2nd during the Oscars.
I know, I know, the ballot seems so long and intimidating. So here's a little tip for voting.
The easiest way to voteUse the MS Word Ballot.
That's it. That's the tip. Nothing could be simpler. Use the MS Word Ballot.
The MS Word ballot includes scope notes for every category. Confused about what constitutes cinematography, set design, and art direction? No worries, we explain it for you right in the ballot. Can't think of movies? For every category, we've provided a list of potential nominees based on films and performances that received nominations at other awards, got a lot of industry buzz, or simply inspired ourselves. But don't worry, you aren't limited to those films provided it's an eligible 2013 film.
If you have an older version of Word, we think this will still work for you, but please let us know if it doesn't and we'll try to fix it.
What if I don't have Word?If you don't have MS Word, there are two other ways to vote:
- List of eligible 2013 films
- Nomination ideas in PDF and MS Word formats
- Check out the movie reviews on our blog