Find out with us what will be the most interesting awards for 2023-2024 for films and series and the dates of their announcement, as well as the most famous festivals and the dates on which they will take place!
January 5: Palm Springs International Film Festival.
January 8: National Board of Review Awards.
January 9: Art Directors Guild nominee announcement.
January 9: American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) nominees announced.
January 9: Nominees for Motion Picture Sound Engineer (MPSE) announced
January 10: Cinema Audio Society (CAS) nominees announced.
January 10: Golden Globe Awards
January 11: Directors Guild of America (DGA) nominees announced
January 11: Guild of Makeup Artists and Hairstylists (MUAH) Nominees Announced
January 11: Screen Actors Guild (SAG) nominations announced.
January 12: Producers Guild of America (PGA) nominees announced
January 12: NAACP Image Awards nominees announced.
January 12: Costume Designers Guild (CDG) nominees announced
January 15: Critics’ Award
January 18: USC Scripter Awards nominees announced.
January 19: British Academy Film Academy (BAFTA) nominees announced.
January 24: Oscar nominations announced.
January 25: Writers Guild of America (WGA) nominees announced.
February 1: American Cinema Editors (ACE) Eddie nominations announced
February 5: Grammy Awards.
February 8: Santa Barbara International Film Festival.
February 11: MUAH Awards
February 17: AARP Movies for Grownups Awards
February 18: DGA Awards
February 19: BAFTA award.
February 25: PGA Awards
February 25: Annie Awards
February 25: NAACP Image Awards
February 26: SAG Awards
February 26: MPSE Awards
February 27: CDG Awards
March 1: AAFCA Awards
March 4: CAS Awards
March 4: Independent Spirit Awards
March 4: USC Scripter Awards
March 5: ACE Eddies Awards
March 5: press ASC
March 5: WGA Awards
March 9: Casting Society Awards (Artios Awards)
March 12: Oscars.
May 2: Tony Award nominees announced
May 7: MTV Movie & TV Awards
May 17-27: Cannes Film Festival
June 13: Tony Awards.
June 16: 50th Daytime Emmy Awards
July 12: Emmy nominations announced.
August 30 – September 9: Venice Film Festival.
September 7–17: Toronto International Film Festival
25 – 29 October: AFI Fest
November 10 – The Grammy nominations are announced.
November 18: Academy Governors Awards Ceremony.
December 5 – Announcement of nominees for the Critics Choice Awards.
January 6–7 — 75th Creative Arts Emmy Awards.
January 7 – 81st Annual Golden Globe Awards.
January 10 – Screen Actors Guild Award nominees announced.
January 14 – Critics’ Choice Awards
January 15 – 75th Primetime Emmy Awards.
January 18 – BAFTA Film Awards nominees announced.
February 4 – Grammy Awards.
February 18 — 2024 BAFTA Film Awards
February 24 – Screen Actors Guild Awards
The 96th Academy Awards will air on ABC on Sunday, March 10, 2024.
Grammy release date in 2024: will it be broadcast live to everyone?
The biggest night of music is already scheduled for next year. CBS and the Recording Academy announced that the 66th Grammy Awards will be broadcast live from the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles on Sunday, February 4, 2024 at 8:00 pm on CBS. It will also be available to stream on Paramount+. It will air live (via local CBS partner channel) and on-demand for Paramount+ with Showtime subscribers and on-demand for Paramount+ Essential subscribers the next day.
The 2024 Grammy nominations will be announced on Friday, November 10th. More information about the awards ceremony, such as the host (Trevor Noah was the host last year), will be released in the coming months.
“The Recording Academy is proud to announce these latest category changes in the awards process. These changes reflect our commitment to actively listening to and responding to the feedback of our music community, accurately representing a wide range of relevant music genres, and staying current with the ever-changing music landscape.”Recording Academy CEO Harvey Mason Jr.
With the introduction of these three new categories, we can recognize and appreciate a wider range of artists; in addition, moving the Producer of the Year and Songwriter of the Year categories to a common field ensures that all of our constituents can participate in recognizing excellence in these areas.”Mason continued. “We’re thrilled to be honoring and celebrating creators and recordings in these categories, as well as exposing fans around the world to a wider range of music.”
Chelsea Handler will host the 2023 Critics Choice Awards.
After hosting the Critics Choice Awards for four consecutive years, Taye Diggs will have a new host in 2023.
The Critics Choice Association (CCA) has announced that Chelsea Handler will host the 28th annual Critics Choice Awards, airing Sunday, January 15, 2023 at 7/6c on The CW at Fairmont Century Plaza in Los Angeles.
“We are thrilled to have Chelsea Handler join us for the 28th Critics Choice Awards.”This was stated by CCA Chief Executive Officer Joey Berlin. “We all know and love her work as a comedian, bestselling author, podcast host and actress, and now host of the Critics Choice Awards! I know this is going to be the best year ever and I can’t wait for everyone to see what we’ve got.”
The return of the Golden Globes to NBC is “not decided”.
According to an authoritative source, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s January 2023 Golden Globes broadcast “is not a deal.” While talks between longtime broadcaster Globes and the HFPA, led by Helen Hehne, are ongoing, no final agreement has been reached to date. Stumbling blocks include the timing of a potential 2023 Globes on NBC, as well as a number of dates that have been speculated around events like NFL games and more. Perhaps more significant are fears of a backlash over the return of the Globes and the reforms the HFPA has put in place to regain Hollywood’s favor.
Ana de Armas, Billy Porter, Jamie Lee Curtis and Quentin Tarantino to present Golden Globes 2023
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has announced the hosts for the 80th Golden Globe Awards.
The list of hosts of the celebration on January 10 included female nominees. Ana de Armas, Jamie Lee Curtis and Nisi Nash and Ana Gasteyer, Billy Porter, Colman Domingo, Natasha Lyonne, Michaela Jay Rodriguez, Nicole Bayer, Quentin Tarantino and Tracey Morgan.
As Variety first reported, other nominees expected at the ceremony include Austin Butler (“Elvis”), the Fabelman team of Steven Spielberg, Michelle Williams and Tony Kushner, and most likely Daniel Craig (“Glass Bow: Mystery of Knives”). “Blushing” Animated Film Team Expected to Join Director Domi Shi and “Decision to Leave” Director Park Chan Wook, Whose Film Contends for Best Film Not in English. All Quiet on the Western Front Stars Felix Kammerer and Daniel Brühl also made the list.
Television nominees who will be attending include Kevin Costner (Yellowstone), Sheryl Lee Ralph (Abbott Elementary), dual nominee Julia Garner (Ozark and Anna’s Invention), Nicy Nash (Dahmer the Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story”), Elizabeth Debicki (“The Crown”), Khaki co-stars Jean Smart and Hannah Einbinder, Jenna Ortega (“Wednesday”), Kaley Cuoco (“Stewardess”), Jessica Chastain (“George and Tammy ”) and Jeremy Allen White (“Bear”). Probably, Andrew Garfield (“Under the Banner of Heaven”) will take part.
The 2023 Oscars will include ‘big surprises’
“We are hard at work on the show – this year we started very early”said Academy CEO Bill Kramer, who led the group along with the organization’s new president, Janet Young. “All I will say is that we are moving forward. This will be a return to a performance that speaks of love for cinema, international cinema, and various artists. And it’s our 95th Oscars, so we’re in for some big surprises.”
All 23 categories will be presented live at the 2023 Oscars.
Bill Kramer, CEO of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, told Variety exclusively on Tuesday morning. “I can confirm that all categories will be included in the live stream”he said.
The news comes after eight different Oscar categories — Original Score, Hair and Makeup, Documentary Short, Film Editing, Production Design, Animated Short, Live Action and Sound Short — were cut from the main commentary of the awards ceremony.” Oscar 2022, which caused outrage in the film industry.
“We aim to make a show that celebrates artisans, the arts and sciences, and the collaborative nature of filmmaking. That is the mission of the Academy, and I hope we can deliver a show that celebrates all components of filmmaking in a fun and engaging way.” Kramer said.
CBS will broadcast the Daytime Emmys until 2024; date set for 50th annual ceremony
CBS has extended its agreement with NATAS to broadcast the Daytime Emmy Awards until 2024.
The 2023 Emmy Awards have been delayed due to ongoing strikes by actors and writers.
For the first time in two decades, the Emmy Awards have been postponed, EW has learned. In 2001, the ceremony was delayed by two months due to the September 11 attacks; this year, however, it is because of the ongoing WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes.
Neither the Television Academy nor Fox, which will be broadcasting the 75th Primetime Emmy Awards, have made an official announcement, but Variety reported Thursday that providers have been told the awards will no longer be held on Sept. 18 as planned.
Due to the lack of an immediate end to contract disputes between the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) and the Writers’ and Actors’ Guilds, it’s too early to tell when the awards could be rescheduled, though some industry players are reporting that Fox is looking forward to November, in while the Academy believes more time will be needed and has targeted January 2024.
The Emmys have set January 2024 as the date for the rescheduled ceremony.
The 75th Primetime Emmy Awards will take place on Monday, January 15 (Martin Luther King Jr. Day), four months after the originally scheduled September 18 air date. More details, including the live host (Fox, 8/7c), will be announced at a later date.
The Creative Arts Emmy Awards, originally scheduled for September 9 and 10, will now take place at the Peacock Theater on LA Live on Saturday, January 6 and Sunday, January 7. An edited version of the ceremony will air on Saturday, January 13 at 8:00 PM on FXX.
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