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 Nick Kroll & John Mulaney will co-host the 2017 Film Independent Spirit Awards LIVE on IFC February 25 at 2p / 5e!

Film Independent Spirit Awards

#SpiritAwards Screeners & Screenings

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At Film Independent, it is a proud tradition for Members to watch #SpiritAwards nominated films and vote to determine the winners. As an eligible voter, you have the opportunity to see nominated films theatrically and at home:

NOMINEE SCREENING SERIES SCHEDULES The schedules for the Nominee Screening Series are now available. Screenings will take place in Los Angeles, New York, Minneapolis and Chicago. Spirit Awards voters are invited to attend with a guest.

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SCREENERS As a #SpiritAwards voter who has completed their Restricted Use Screener Agreement you will receive participating DVD titles via mail beginning on or after Friday, January 13. You will also receive an invite from2017screeners@filmindependent.org to view participating titles securely online. Sending screeners is completely optional for our nominees and are intended for your personal use in voting consideration only. You can find a list of this year’s participating screeners here.

VOTING Your secure voter log-in information will be emailed to you when voting opens in late January 2017. All online ballots must be cast by Tuesday, February 14 at 3:00 pm PST.

You can also find many nominated films on demand and in theaters. Here’s a guide for Where to Watch this year’s nominated films.

Watch and #VoteForIndependents!

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