NOMINATIONS FOR THE ASIN AWARDS 2020 ARE NOW CLOSED
Nominations have been accepted in the ASIN Awards 2020 in the following categories:
BEST FEATURE FILM
BEST SHORT FILM
BEST WEB SERIES
BEST COMPOSER/MUSICAL SCORE
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
MOST VALUED CREW MEMBER*
TONY BONNER AWARD FOR BEST EMERGING NEW TALENT
and INTRODUCING 3 NEW AWARDS FOR 2020
BEST FILM MADE IN ISOLATION
BEST MUSIC VIDEO
* To recognize and appreciate the extraordinary efforts by members of the crew within any NOMINATED project.
** As voted by their peers for recognition of their efforts and participation in the local film industry.
TO MAKE A NOMINATION IN ANY AND ALL OF THE ABOVE CATEGORIES
Copy and paste the categories into the COMMENTS section of the Nomination Form below and add your nominations. Please be specific and add the entry as follows where possible:
BEST PRODUCER John Smith for The Night of Stars
PLEASE NOTE: We have changed the date for this year's awards to the 6th of March 2021 due to restrictions for crossing interstate borders and gathering recommendations for COVID 19.
Films completed in 2019 and 2020 are all eligible for nomination.
Australian Screen Industry Network Awards Conditions of Entry
The ASIN Awards are peer nominated and voted on via the Australian Screen Industry Network website.
Submitted films are viewed by a panel of respected industry professionals and posted online before the voting process commences so all potential voters are able to view each nominated film prior to casting their vote.
All projects nominated must be completed prior to the nomination period to be eligible for entry.
All projects entered remain the copyrighted property of the individual producers/writers/directors.
Nominations in all categories are subject to acceptance by the nominee and approval by the ASIN panel.
Q: Who can enter the ASIN Awards?
A: The awards are open to film makers Australia wide in all states and territories.
Q: Do I need to be a paying member of ASIN to nominate or enter a film for consideration?
A: No. Nominations can be made by any one who deems a project worthy of entry. The nominated project is then reviewed by ASIN panel and once approved it is then added to the list of nominees.
Q: When do nominations need to be entered by?
A: Nominations commence on the 1st of July each year.
Q: When does voting start and how do I vote?
A: All approved nominations will be posted on the ASIN website on the 1st of October each year. There is a voting and viewing page on the website displaying all entered projects with a voting form to complete. Only one vote from any ISP address will be counted.
Q: What do I do if my film has been nominated?
A: We endeavour to contact all producers of nominated projects for their approval and acceptance of the nomination. Producers are asked to submit a link to their film to be added to the ASIN website for viewing by potential voters.
Q: What categories are included in the awards?
A: Awards are currently presented in the following categories:
Best Actor and Best Actress
Best Supporting Actor and Best Supporting Actress
Best Feature Film, Best Short Film, Best Web Series
Best Director, Best Producer, Best Cinematographer, Best Composer
Most Valued Crew Member, Member’s Choice
Tony Bonner Award for Best Emerging New Talent (Sponsored)
NEW CATEGORIES FOR 2020
Best Film Made in Isolation
Best Music Video
Q: I’m an International Member of ASIN, can I enter a film for the awards?
A: Yes, but international members are only able to nominate or enter a film that they are personally credited for and must have the full written permission of the producers of the project to be eligible.
Q: What makes a film/project ineligible for entry?
A: Any project that is in development or still in production is ineligible. All entries must be completed prior to nomination. Film/projects that have received awards in the same categories at the ASIN Awards in previous years are ineligible.
Q: How are the winners selected
A: All accepted nominations are voted on by audience members and also by a panel of judges selected from the film and television industry. 50% of the final score for each film comes from the public vote and 50% from the judging panel.
Q: Are the ASIN AWARDS a recognised event?
A: Yes, all wins and nominations are recognised and featured on individual IMDb pages.
For any additional information please email us via the ‘Contact Us’ page on the website.