Failed Critics Awards Voting 2016

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Everybody loves lists. Reading them, writing them, or even voting in them – as has happened every December since we began collecting results in 2012 for the annual Failed Critics Awards.

Last year saw us achieve our highest ever number of votes as Mad Max: Fury Road smashed all that came before it to reach top spot on our final 10. Without such a clear runaway leader emerging this year, whatever film you’re voting for has much more of a chance of reaching top spot than in any other year.

To vote, simply complete the form below listing as many (or as few) submissions for each of the following categories:

  • Top 10 films of 2016*
  • Best male performance
  • Best female performance
  • Best documentary
  • Best British film
  • Best film not in the English language
  • Best soundtrack
  • Worst film

*that’s films released in the UK in 2016 only (e.g. Spotlight counts as it was released here in January 2016, but La La Land doesn’t as it isn’t released in the UK until January 2017. If in doubt, add a ‘/releaseinfo’ to the IMDb URL (e.g. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3783958/releaseinfo))

Voting closes at midnight on Tuesday 27th December. The winners will be revealed on our End of Year Awards podcast, released a few days later. A list will also be posted on our Failed Critics Awards page.

If you’re looking for some inspiration, you can flick through our reviews or listen to some of our podcasts over the past year.

VOTING HAS NOW CLOSED – THANKS FOR TAKING THE TIME TO SUBMIT YOUR NOMINATIONS! RESULTS WILL BE PUBLISHED ON THE AWARDS PAGE

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