This is the only group I vote in and as you can see, clearly my votes did not matter as many of these winners, for the most part, don’t reflect my personal choices, not even the the less traditional awards after the jump. They didn’t last year either so I am what you might call an outlier.
ALLIANCE OF WOMEN FILM JOURNALISTS
2012 EDA Awards Winners
I only vote in one critics group, and that’s this one. The reason being, I wouldn’t want to cover the awards race and also vote on movies – to me it’s a little bit of a conflict of interest. Here are the nominees:
OFFICIAL BALLOT FOR THE 2012 AWFJ EDA AWARDS AWFJ BEST OF AWARDS
These awards are presented to females and/or males.
It’s kind of astonishing, really. I suppose to have nominated a single one affirmative action would have had to be in play. With the exception of no Rooney Mara in Lead Actress (epic fail) these aren’t bad nominations. Gotta hand it to the women for having a pretty awesome ballot [full disclosure, I am a voting member of this group. It's the only group...
The Alliance of Women Film Journalism (of which this blogger is a member) gives The Social Network the big win, taking Picture, Director, Adapted Screenplay...
The Alliance of Women Film Journalists is pleased to announce the winners of the 2009 EDA Awards:
EDA ANNUAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS
Best Film: The Hurt Locker
Best Animated Film: Up
Best Director: Kathryn Bigelow – The Hurt Locker
Best Screenplay, Original: (500) Days of Summer – Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber
Best Screenplay, Adapted: Up In The Air –...