Film lovers are eagerly waiting.
The Awards Season has officially begun and will culminate on the night of the 2024 Oscars.
After the Golden Globe Awards, which took place on January 8 and which saw Oppenheimer's film by Christopher Nolan triumph, it is time to think about the nominations for the Oscar, the most prestigious and oldest film award in the world.
There are numerous films that have won the hearts of cinephiles this year, in addition to the aforementioned Oppenheimer, masterpieces such as Master by Bradley Cooper cannot be ignored; Io Capitano by Matteo Garrone – which received a 12-minute standing ovation at the Venice Film Festival – and Killers of the Flower Moon by Martin Scorsese.
But there is still time to find out who the winner will be, given that the Oscar night will be held as usual in March.
The 96th Academy Awards will always be held at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles and this time too will be broadcast by ABC.
But when will the ceremony be held and where can we watch it live? This is the question that cinema fans are naturally asking themselves.
Here's everything you need to know about the 2024 Oscars.
2024 Oscars: when and where to see the ceremony There is still time to catch up on the best films of 2023 that could be nominated for the 2024 Oscars.
In fact, the date chosen for the ceremony is on Sunday 10 March 2024.
Due to the time difference, in Italy the event will be broadcast on the night of Monday 11 March.
And as happened in previous years, Sky will probably manage the television broadcast of the Oscar ceremony.
Viewers will be able to follow the awards ceremony live on Sky, and in streaming on media such as the SkyGO or NOW app, available as a website or app for mobile devices.
Furthermore, as an alternative, it is assumed that it will also be possible to follow the live broadcast of the 96th Academy Awards ceremony on the TV8 website.
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However, there is no doubt about the conductor.
The Academy continues to bet on Jimmy Kimmel, the host of The Tonight Show, who will therefore take the stage at the Academy Awards for the fourth non-consecutive year, after having hosted the 2017, 2018 and 2022 editions.
To find out about the official nominations for the 2024 Oscars, however, we will have to wait until January 23rd.
Only then will we be able to find out which films, actors and industry specialists will be candidates for a statuette.
Meanwhile, according to the reception of this year's films, among the films "possible" for the Oscar nomination for best film we find: Master by Bradley Cooper.
Martin Scorsese and Steven Spielberg produced Bradley Cooper's second film as director, which chronicles the long relationship between composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein and actress and singer Felicia Montealegre.
Killers of the Flower Moon by Martin Scorsese.
Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio return to work alongside Scorsese to tell the story based on the novel The Red Earth Killers by David Grann.
The story of a series of unsolved murders in Oklahoma in the 1920s that led to the birth of the FBI.
Oppenheimer by Christopher Nolan.
The film tells the story and career of J.
Robert Oppenheimer, masterfully played by Cillian Murphy, the father of the atomic bomb.
Barbie by Greta Gerwig.
The Other Half of Barbenheimer is the first live-action film about the most famous Mattel doll in the world, after many animated feature films and a few series.
A film that has divided critics and audiences so bitterly that I cannot fail to be mentioned.
Poor creatures! by Yorgos Lanthimos.
The film that won the Golden Lion at the 80th Venice Film Festival tells the fantastic evolution of Bella Baxter, played by a brilliant Emma Stone, a young woman brought back to life by a scientist.
I, Captain by Matteo Garrone.
The film that conquered Venice tells the story of Seydou and Moussa, two young Senegalese men, who leave their country to reach Europe, facing the desert, the detention centers in Libya and the crossing in the Mediterranean Sea.
A more vivid insight into the real dimension of migration towards Europe.
But alongside these films we cannot fail to mention animated films such as Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, The Boy and the Heron; the musical The Color Purple and many others.
Again, the artists nominated for the soundtracks would seem for now to be Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa and Oliva Rodrigo among others.
All you have to do is wait until January 23rd to find out which films will actually be nominated for the golden statuettes and go and get them before March 11th, the most awaited night in the world of cinema: the 2024 Oscar ceremony.
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Film lovers are eagerly waiting.