These awards, which will offer Star Wars diehards and dedicated creators the opportunity to strut their stuff for a prize pack full of merch and a bragging rights-enabling trophy, begin accepting submissions on July 18 and end on Sept. 17. There will be audience award voting from Nov. 2-13, but the rest of the diverse categories will have their winners chosen by a panel of Lucasfilm judges.
Winners will be announced on an episode of The Star Wars Show, which also promises a few surprises for competitors. So cosplayers, video editors, actors, and artists — make your case for why you’re the best Star Wars fan.
The complete list of categories (which does not include Best The Last Jedi Remake) is below, per descriptions from StarWars.com:
Videos can be either long (under 5 minutes) or short (up to 15 seconds) and both have the same series of categories: Best Animation, Best Stop Motion, Best Comedy, Best Choreography, Best Visual Effects, Audience Choice, Filmmaker Select, and Spirit of Fandom
Photos: Best Scene-Inspired Photo, Best Family Portrait, Best Throwback Photo, Best Original Concept, Funniest, Best Pet Photography, Best Star Wars Food Presentation, Best in Show, and Audience Choice
Visual Art: Best Digital Art, Best Poster Art, Best Custom Costume, Best 2-D/Traditional Art, Best 3-D/Physical Art, Best Custom Figure, Best Custom Diorama, Best in Show, and Audience Choice