The film awards season is an annual time period between November and February every year, in the United States, where a majority of important film award events take place. In October, ballots are sent out to voters, to collect nominations for the first award ceremonies, which are usually, the Governors Awards or the independent Gotham Awards, to begin the awards season in November. The season usually ends with The Academy Awards in February or early March.
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