Vote for your favourite Australian film of 2019! (Now Closed)

The annual Cinema Australia Audience Award has returned for 2019.

2019 has been a great year for Australian cinema which included big films like Hotel Mumbai, The Nightingale and Ride Like a Girl, independent gems like Reflections in the Dust, Suburban Wildlife and Locusts, and some of the best documentaries of the last decade with The Australian Dream, 2040 and Happy Sad Man.

You have the chance to decide which film will join  Love is Now, Holding the ManThe Legend of Ben HallInnuendo The Bad Twin and The Merger as the winner of the Cinema Australia 2019 Audience Award.

Voting for the Cinema Australia 2019 Audience Award is now open! You can find your voting slip below.

This is your chance to vote for your favourite Australian feature film or documentary of the year. Each vote will go into the draw to win a fantastic Australian film prize pack.

Films eligible for the Cinema Australia 2019 Audience Award must have had some form of cinema screening outside of the festival circuit, or a direct to download, DVD or Blu-ray release on or after January 1, 2019 and before December 31.

If you need a reminder of the amazing films released on or after January 1 this year, have a scroll through the Cinema Australia website. You might discover some new titles along the way.

Voting is open until 12pm December 30, with the winner of the Cinema Australia 2019 Audience Award announced on December 31, 2019. We’ll also be announcing our Cinema Australia 2019 Best Film award winner on the same day so stay tuned!

Happy voting everyone!

Help us continue to cover more Australian films by making a donation to Cinema Australia below.

TERMS & CONDITIONS Films eligible for the Cinema Australia 2019 Audience Award must have had some form of cinema screening outside of the festival circuit, or a direct to download, DVD or Blu-ray release on or after January 1, 2019 and before December 31.

Voting has now closed. Thank you to the thousands of people who voted for their favourite Australian film of 2019.

24 thoughts on “Vote for your favourite Australian film of 2019! (Now Closed)

  1. Why am I REQUIRED to tick sign me up for the newsletter when I am already signed up? Isn’t that how I got notification of this post? Or is it something different in addition to the emails I already get?

  2. Brilliant movie. Very emotional as my late partner was a Vet.He was in the early call up and spent twelve months in Vietnam

  3. The best war movie I have ever seen in recent memory.There are so many great war films that it’s difficult to list all of them. None of them can touch Danger Close. I have never watched one of these films and been as involved, as drawn in, and as on the edge of my seat as I was with Danger Close.This movie deserves many Gold Logies…

  4. Best movie I have seen this year. Served in both 3/4 Cavalry Regiment and B Company 6 RAR in the 1980. The film did the battle justice and gave our Vietnam Veterans (Heroes) the recognition the deserve.

  5. A truly definitive movie brilliantly made & acted. Those involved should be justly proud of the movie they made. It is totally emotive & has had appeal to all ages. This is our history. History showing young Australian Soldier’s courage & determination to carry out their duty’s for their country. I’ve not met anyone who has not been effected by this movie.
    Brilliantly made & deserving of an award.

  6. The movie was awesome, especially to see the story line there as well, to top it off I had a tear in the eye, when the song “he was only 19” was played

  7. Bit of bullshit that we have to tick yes for your newsletter.
    Are you that desperate to inflate your circulation figures?
    Will probably spamblock it anyway.

    • Seriously, J A Guy? We’re a very small, independent publication. Signing up to the Cinema Australia Newsletter allows you to show your support for the local industry by keeping up to date with the latest Australian film news, reviews, features and interviews.

  8. Danger close was ripped off by AACTA, I hope I wins this Award it’s the best film all year in my eyes., And how in God’s name did Kriv Stenders not get nominated for best director , This is An Australian Masterpiece, and will be up there as one of the best if not the best Vietnam war film of all time
    And how the bloody hell Daniel Webber not get nominated for best lead actor
    Or luke bracey ,Anthony hayse, or Richard Roxbury for best support,
    AACTA should of went to spec-savers

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