ACCA 2000 final ballots are open!

In case any of you missed it, our great Awards Circuit community chose their favorites for the year 2000.  In case you’re new to our site, ACCA (or Awards Circuit Community Awards) gives all the readers an opportunity to vote for their favorite films and performances of the year.  As we move forward during our present time, we have been going back in time to vote on years in the past.

What makes this round of voting exciting is Ang Lee’s Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, which leads nomination tally with fourteen, the most nominated film in ACCA history, could become the first foreign language film to take the award.  The film will have tough competition behind Ridley Scott’s Gladiator and Darren Aronofsky’s Requiem for a Dream, which have thirteen and eleven nominations respectively.  Is there a deep love for Cameron Crowe’s Almost Famous or Steven Soderbergh’s Traffic that can rule the day?  You decide.

You can click on the “ACCA Voting” button on the sidebar or you can click here to go directly to the page.  Voting will stay open until Friday, July 20 (the day a certain Caped Crusader film opens).  Winners will be announced on the following Sunday’s podcast.

Also, include your “FYC ads” in the comment section!

Looking forward to the results!  Comment and discuss!

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