Who Votes For Critics' Choice Awards?

Who votes for critics choice awards, critics choice awards, 2018

The Critics' Choice Awards are tonight! But, who votes for The Critics Choice Awards? Are they just an excuse for a good show?

Who Votes For The Critics Choice Awards?


The 2018 Critics' Choice Movie Awards are tonight! We just wrapped up the 2018 Golden Globes, but we're well into awards season and dying to see more. The Critics' Choice Awards will air on Thursday, January 11, 2018, at 8|7c on The CW. And while we love seeing our favorite films win, we're left wondering who votes for Critics' Choice Awards? I mean, honestly, who are these so-called "Critics"? Can their opinion be trustworthy? Here's who actually votes for the Critics' Choice Awards. An investigation.


Who Votes For Critics' Choice Awards?

So, who votes for the Critics' Choice Awards? The Critics' Choice Movie Awards, also known as the Broadcast Film Critics Association Award, is an annual awards show to showcase the finest films of the year. But, who are the critics? Who determines who wins the Critics' Choice Awards? Well, the Critics' Choice Awards are presented by the Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA), which is an association made up of around 250 TV, radio, and online critics.The LA Times says that the association is mostly made up of "online bloggers and obscure movie reviewers."


How Do They Choose Winners At The Critics Choice Awards?

The BFCA, which has been around since 1995, will choose a "Film of the Month," and will recommend other "worthy" films throughout the year. Films are then given a rating between 1-100, which is based on the grades each film will receive within the monthly ballot.


Who Is In The BFCA?

Wondering who exactly votes for the Critics' Choice Awards? Well, we don't have every member, but we know the Board of Directors of the BFCA.

  • Joey Berlin (President)

  • John De Simio

  • Jim Ferguson

  • Mark Ramsey

  • Sara Voorhees.


Dying to know who wins? We are too!

Read this next:

The TV And Movie Nominations Of 2018's Critics' Choice Awards And What It Means For The Oscars