ACCA: Best of the Decade is officially open!


After weeks of technical difficulties and just being insanely busy, the last Awards Circuit Community Award Voting process for the year is in full effect. Better than that, it’s the first ACCA: Best of the Decade.

What happens is ALL the winners, chosen by our readership, are listed together in their respective categories (keep in mind, we’ve had ties over the years.) from Years 2000 to 2009. Unfortunately, some of the technical categories like Sound, Makeup, even the Documentary categories are unable to be listed because we didn’t deliver them consistently over the years.

But that’s not all. During this week, the ACCA pages will be getting a facelift along with the Top Ten pages for our Staff and the Davis Awards (Editor’s Choices). Voting is open now and I CANNOT wait to see what our readership calls the VERY BEST of the decade. I have my suspicions on what will be chosen but I have no idea.

Use this space for your “For Your Consideration” pleas as well as anything else you want to yell about.  There’s also the ACCA button on the sidebar.

Happy Voting!

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