Vote for Gold Derby Awards: What are your favorite films of 2013?

The Gold Derby Film Awards are decided by users of this website like YOU. Never mind what those voters for other awards say is the best film or performance of the year. Nobody knows the truth better than Gold Derby readers, who are such award nuts that they insist upon bestowing their own kudos.

They were launched in 2002 when winners included “Chicago,” Julianne Moore (“Far From Heaven”), Daniel Day-Lewis (“Gangs of New York”), Meryl Streep (“Adaptation”), and Chris Cooper (“Adaptation”).

The awards have continued annually for the past decade, with last year’s winners including “Argo,” Jennifer Lawrence (“Silver Linings Playbook“), Day-Lewis (“Lincoln“), Anne Hathaway (“Les Miserables“), and Leonardo DiCaprio (“Django Unchained“). For a complete list of all past winners and nominees, click this page in our forums.

If you’re already registered at Gold Derby, cast your ballot by going to your home page and clicking on Vote Gold Derby Awards in the left-hand column under Predictions.

If you are not registered, do so for free here. You can also log in with your Facebook account.

Vote for your favorites for Best Picture, all the acting categories, many technical categories (like film editing, cinematography, original score, production design, and more). We even ask your opinions on the top ensemble and best breakthrough performance of 2013.

Nominations in 22 categories will be announced on February 6. You can then vote on the final winners, with the ultimate results announced just before the Oscars on Thursday, February 27.

3 thoughts on “Vote for Gold Derby Awards: What are your favorite films of 2013?

  1. Where are The Great Beauty and Stories We Tell??? I can’t vote without these two and I believe there are more of us who would add them. Also – The Act Of Killing, Upstream Color, Stranger by the Lake, Broken Circle Breakdown

  2. I second Daniel’s comment. If this is really about personal preferences and not what the presumed frontrunners or contenders are, then why aren’t we allowed to choose beyond a given list?

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