Relaunching The Audience Award
The Audience Award returns to the 67th Edinburgh International Film Festival, supported by Sainsbury's Bank. You can also have your say online using #edfilmfestSAY. Top tweets will win daily Sainsbury's vouchers.
The Audience Award has returned, putting you – the audience – at the heart of the Festival.
The EIFF Audience Award is part of EIFF's commitment to giving audiences a voice.
This year we're giving you the chance to vote for the Award-eligible films and have a say in which one wins this much-coveted EIFF 2013 award.
The Audience Award Nominees
Blackbird – Jamie Chambers
The Bling Ring – Sofia Coppola
BREATHING EARTH Susumu Shingu's Dream – Thomas Riedelsheimer
The Conjuring – James Wan
The Deep – Baltasar Kormákur
Fire in the Night – Anthony Wonke
Frances Ha – Noah Baumbach
I Am Breathing – Emma Davie, Morag McKinnon
Magic Magic – Sebastian Silva
Mister John – Christine Molloy, Joe Lawlor
Outpost 3: Rise of the Spetsnaz – Kieran Parker
Paris Countdown – Edgar Marie
The Sea – Stephen Brown
Shooting Bigfoot – Morgan Matthews
We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks – Alex Gibney
What Maisie Knew – Scott McGehee, David Siegel
How to vote
Voting is simple. When you attend any Audience Award-nominated film you will be given a flyer.
All you have to do is tear the appropriate number on the flyer to give the film your personal rating 1-5 (5 being the hightest).
Once you're done, drop the flyer into one of the Audience Award buckets as you leave the screening.
Have your say
Not only can you have your say in who wins the award, but you can have your say online. Remember to use the hashtag #edfilmfestSAY on Twitter - we'll reward the best tweet of the day with Sainsbury's vouchers!
You can also post your thoughts and comments here on the website. We recommend the Web Member forums or the page of your chosen film (simply click on the links above). The best overall comment, from Twitter and our website, will give one lucky filmgoer the chance to hand out the Audience Award at the Awards Ceremony!
Winners of EIFF 2014’s short film awards and two of its documentary premieres have been nominated for 2015 BAFTAs.