FINAL DAY TO VOTE for Winners of 2012 Gold Derby Film Awards

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  • Profile photo of Chris BeachumChris Beachum
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    #86986

    It’s time once again to vote for the GOLD DERBY FILM AWARDS. We have a long tradition of honoring what we all think are the best films, performances, and technical work of the year.

    http://www.goldderby.com/news/3867/gold-derby-film-awards-nominations-voting-lincoln-life-of-pi-entertainment-film-news-92881423.html

    Please follow the rules in the Predictions Center to place your votes in as many or as few categories as you want. The simple process allows you to just drag and drop your favorites (#1-5) in each category. The link is on the left side of your screen (not in the drop-down menu used for the various awards shows).

    In this thread, you can campaign for a FEW of your favorites. Please do not campaign for more than a FEW and DO NOT put your ballot in this thread.

    The deadline for voting on nominations is Monday, February 4.

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    Profile photo of Daniel MontgomeryDaniel Montgomery
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    #86988

    Chris and I did our best to include as many candidates as possible, but inevitably there will be oversights. So if you notice any candidate who is missing that you’d like to vote for, please send me a private message listing up to five candidates you’d like to have added and I will do my best to add them in a timely fashion.

    But please limit your requests to candidates you personally intend to vote for. Requests like “If X is on the list, so should these 30 others” will not be considered.

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    Profile photo of Josh DelaPenaJOSHUA
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    #86989

    My FYCs:

    Jean-Louis Trintignant in Actor for Amour
    Denis Lavant in Actor for Holy Motors 
    Eddie Redmayne in Best Supporting Actor for Les Miserables
    Ewan McGregor in Best Supporting Actor for The Impossible
    Ezra Miller in Best Supporting Actor for The Perks of Being a Wallflower
    Emma Watson in Supporting Actress for The Perks of Being a Wallflower  
    Amour and Skyfall in all eligible categories

    Thanks!    

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    Profile photo of Brett DavidsonBrettCarl
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    #86990

    Would just like to say; can people actually vote properly in each category instead of just putting one name in each catergory so that the actor/film with be more likely to be nominated. It’s unfair to us who put five nominees in each category like your meant to do and then have to sufffer when the nominations are announced and see some ridiculous and stupid nominees. Thank You  

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    Profile photo of Kel Doucetteawardskel
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    #86991

    Here are 6 films you should consider:

    1. Seven Psychopaths (Supporting Actor – Sam Rockwell, Original Screenplay, Acting Ensemble)
    2. Zero Dark Thirty (Best Supporting Actor – Jason Clarke and Best Acting Ensemble)
    3. Compliance (Best Supporting Actress – Ann Dowd)
    4. The Grey (Best Sound)
    5. Les Mis (Best Supporting Actor – Eddie Redmayne)
    6. Perks of Being a Wallflower (Best Breakthrough Performer AND Best Actor – Logan Lerman)

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    Profile photo of M HM H
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    #86992

    FYI – the link isn’t working when I click on it. 

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    #86993

    Would just like to say; can people actually vote properly in each category instead of just putting one name in each catergory so that the actor/film with be more likely to be nominated. It’s unfair to us who put five nominees in each category like your meant to do and then

     have to sufffer when the nominations are announced and see some ridiculous and stupid nominees. Thank You  

    We’re inured to this, after years and years of watching Oscar.

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    Profile photo of Renato MirandaRenaton
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    #86994

    Too bad, I open be able to know if I’d vote for Zero Dark Thirty. It only opens after the dealine here in Brazil. Oh well, I understand why and respect it. And thanks for this again, as usual it’s very fun to see where the tastes of people here line up.

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    #86995

    Eddie Redmayne, in Les Misérables FYC.

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    #86996

    “Skyfall”- Best Picture, Director, Supporting Actor, Cinematography, Editing, Production Design

    “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”- best adpated screenplay, supporting actor (Ezra Miller)

    “Zero Dark Thirty”- supporting actor (Jason Clark)

    “Moonrise Kingdom”- Best Picture, director, cinematography, production design

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    Profile photo of MattMayi
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    #86997

    FYC:
    Ann Dowd – Actress, Breakthrough

    The Cabin in the Woods – Picture, Original Screenplay

    Michael Fassbender – Supporting Actor     

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    Profile photo of Emma FrostMiss Frost
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    #86998

    FYC: Avengers for Best Picture. Adapted Screenplay for The Perks of Being a Wallflower. Emma Watson for Best Supporting Actress and Ezra Miller for Best Supporting Actor both in The Perks of Being a Wallflower. Jennifer Lawrence for Best Actress in The Silver Linings Playbook. “Skyfall” by Adele Atkins and Paul Epworth for Best Original Song.

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    Profile photo of Daniel MontgomeryDaniel Montgomery
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    #86999

    It’s funny, Supporting Actor proved to be the single hardest category for me. I was torn between about 8 people, none of whom are the Oscar nominees.

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    #87000

    This is not letting me click on anywhere to vote, this website is sometimes so challenging

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    #87001

    This is not letting me click on anywhere to vote, this website is sometimes so challenging

    Did you try the link under your name in your profile area? Miss Frost pointed this out to me, and damned, it worked!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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