The PaleyFest is coming to the Dolby!

The William S. Paley Television Festival brings fans together with the hottest stars for exclusive behind-the-scenes scoops, hilarious anecdotes, and breaking news stories.
Each event features a premiere screening or an episode specially chosen for PaleyFest fans, followed by a conversation with the stars and a Q&A with the audience.

Important PaleyFest Ticketing Dates

January 17: Lineup AnnouncementJanuary 17: Advance tickets on sale to Paley President’s Circle, Patron Circle, and Partner Members & Citi® Cardmembers January 19: Advance tickets on sale to all Paley MembersJanuary 20: Tickets on sale to the publicMarch 31 to April 4, 2023: Festival Dates.

Events/participants subject to change.

Santa Clarita boasts strong year for filming in 2022. Feature films shot in Santa Clarita in 2022, include “The Fablemans,” ”Eighty for Brady,” “Don’t Worry Darling,” “Oppenheimer,” “Amsterdam” and “Purple Hearts.”

Santa Clarita, Calif. – The City of Santa Clarita saw an increase in location filming in 2022 with the Film Office reporting 591 film permits and 1,549 location film days, which generated an estimated $38.5 million in economic impact to the local community. This represents a 3.7 percent increase in permits, a 2.9 percent increase in film days and a 2.2 percent increase to the estimated economic impact when compared to 2021.

Coming off of a solid year in 2021, which saw 579 film permits, 1,505 film days and over $37 million in positive estimated economic impact, the 2022 numbers were records in all categories. The Santa Clarita Film Office has averaged over 500 permits processed, over 1,300 film days and over $30 million in estimated economic impact annually since 2014. Not included in the reported numbers are the film days and economic benefit from filming that takes place on certified sound stages, which do not require a film permit.

“Since the Santa Clarita Film Office began issuing permits for filming in 2003 there has been continual growth every single year and 2022 was no exception,” said Mayor Jason Gibbs. “Home to dozens of sound stages, a multitude of studios and movie ranches and unique settings for location filming, Santa Clarita is one of the most filmed communities in California, helping to boost our local economy and provide quality jobs.”

Many factors have contributed to the continued success and appeal of filming in Santa Clarita, including the City’s Film Incentive Program, Movie Ranch Overlay Zone, low cost permit fees and expedited permit processing, along with the California Film and Television Tax Credit Program. Additionally, Santa Clarita is home to several studios and movie ranches that attract a large number of productions to the area. Santa Clarita is also located within the entertainment industry’s advantageous “Thirty-Mile Zone” and offers thousands of film-friendly locations that can double as almost anywhere in the world.

Last year, countless television shows took advantage of all that Santa Clarita has to offer and more than half of the film days reported in 2022 were attributed to television production alone. Many of the shows which were either locally based or frequently filmed in town included  “Your Honor,” “CSI: Vegas,” “Bosch Legacy,” “Lincoln Lawyer,” “9-1-1,” “The Patient,” “Mayans MC,” “The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers,” “NCIS,” “S.W.A.T.,” “The Old Man,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and “The Morning Show.”

Numerous feature films were shot in Santa Clarita in 2022, including “The Fablemans,” ”Eighty forBrady,” “Don’t Worry Darling,” “Oppenheimer,” “Amsterdam” and “Purple Hearts.” In addition, many music videos, including those by artists such as Black Pink, Charlie Puth, Michael Bublé and Taylor Swift, were filmed on location in Santa Clarita, as were various commercials and online content.

Filming benefits the local economy in several ways. Productions spend several millions of dollars each year on rentals and goods from businesses (small and large), local agencies, school districts, homeowners and non-profits. Hotels, restaurants, attractions, shopping centers and hardware stores, among others, receive direct compensation and generate tax revenue that contributes heavily to the quality of life in Santa Clarita by helping fund roads, programs, recreation and public safety.

For more information about filming in Santa Clarita, please visit FilmSantaClarita.com or contact the Film Office at (661) 284-1425. For a behind the scenes peek at filming in Santa Clarita, follow the Santa Clarita Film Office on Instagram (@FilmSantaClarita).

The 80th Golden Globe Awards: And the Winners are…

Best Picture – The Fabelmans

Best Picture – Musical/Comedy – The Banshees of Inisherin

Best Actress – Motion Picture – Drama – Cate Blanchett

Best Actor – Motion Picture – Drama – Austin Butler

Best Actress – Motion Picture – Musical/Comedy – Michelle Yeoh

Best Actor – Motion Picture – Musical/Comedy – Collin Farrell

Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture – Angela Bassett

Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture – Ke Huy Quan

Best Director – Motion Picture – Steven Spielberg

Best Screenplay – Motion Picture – Martin McDonagh

Best Picture – Animated – Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio

Best Picture – Non-English Language (formerly Foreign Language) – Argentina, 1985

Academy Museum to Host Regeneration Summit: A Celebration of Black Cinema, Feb. 3-5, 2023.

Special Guests Include Julie Dash, Carla Hayden, Janaya Future Khan, Shola Lynch, Justice Maya Singleton, and MoreRegeneration Summit Coincides with Release of Newly Launched Curriculum Guide, Video Content, and Extension of Regeneration to July 2023.

LOS ANGELES, CA – January 10, 2023—The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures announced today the Regeneration Summit: A Celebration of Black Cinema,  a three-day summit featuring live entertainment, workshops, screenings, panel discussions, and food vendors, programmed in conjunction with the museum’s groundbreaking exhibition Regeneration: Black Cinema 1898 1971. The summit will take place February 3– 5 and invite visitors to celebrate Black History Month at the Academy Museum in Los Angeles by exploring the history of Black participation in American film history and culture. The summit will convene film artists, activists, musicians, and key people dedicated to preserving Black film history, including, Julie Dash, the Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden, Janaya Future Khan, Shola Lynch, Justice Maya Singleton, and more. 

The Academy Museum also announced the extension of Regeneration: Black Cinema 18981971, which will now close on July 16, 2023, and the launch of a new curriculum guide, which invites teachers and high school students to celebrate Black cinema, expand their understandings of historical context, and examine the importance of telling inclusive stories. Rooted in the question, “What does Black cinema mean to you?” the curriculum features modular sections that draw from scholarship featured in both the exhibition and its catalogue.  The curriculum introduces teachers to the Academy Museum’s approach to inquiry-centered learning. The guide includes select biographies of influential thinkers and filmmakers including Josephine Baker, Sidney Poitier, Madeline Anderson, and James Baldwin. It also includes explorations of the exhibition’s contemporary artworks–including work by artists Glenn Ligon, Kara Walker, Gary Simmons, and Theaster Gates–unique film companion pieces, topical essays exploring foundational ideas about race and film, as well as discussion questions and activities for active learning. 

Additionally, throughout January and February, the museum will release original videos on its YouTube channel that serve as an expansion of Regeneration’sin-gallery experience and enable audiences to engage with the exhibition’s content from anywhere in the world. The first video, which dropped today, January 10, features a conversation with Regeneration co-curators Doris Berger, VP of Curatorial Affairs at the Academy Museum, and Rhea Combs, Director of Curatorial Affairs at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, along with Jacqueline Stewart, Director and President of the Academy Museum, about Something Good—Negro Kiss (1898). This recently discovered short film is thought to be the first film to disrupt the minstrel stereotypes commonly associated with Black performances in the late 19th century by showcasing accomplished actors in smart attire engaging in mainstream pop culture satire.

“I am thrilled that the public will have an opportunity to experience the full breadth of this exhibition in such a joyful way,  and that we are making resources—such as our curriculum guide, programs, and Regeneration website —more accessible to everyone,” said Jacqueline Stewart, Director and President of the Academy Museum. “The Regeneration Summit truly offers something for everyone, and I hope folks will come out to learn, share, and be inspired by the legacies of these pioneering Black film artists.” 

Regeneration Summit: A Celebration of Black Cinema will welcome visitors of all ages, and general admission tickets will grant visitors same-day access to all related activities—including panel conversations and screenings. General admission tickets for the museum’s exhibitions are $25 for adults, $19 for seniors (age 62+), and $15 for students (age 18+ with valid ID); free general admission for visitors 17 years of age and younger is provided by an endowment in honor of Sid Ganis. As part of the SoCal Museums Annual Free for All  day, general admission to the Academy Museum and the Summit on Sunday, February 5 will be FREE to all visitors.

For the duration of the Regeneration Summit, the Academy Museum Store will offer 15% off select Regeneration merchandise for guests shopping in-store.

The schedule for Regeneration Summit: A Celebration of Black Cinemais as follows: 

Around the Block Party
Friday, February | 6–10pm
The Regeneration Summit opens with an evening block party experience. The entire Academy Museum will come alive with various drop-in activities inspired by the exhibition Regeneration: Black Cinema 18981971, including a panel discussion, live performances, a mini food market, a workshop hosted by Black Girl Film School, intimate in-gallery pop up experiences, and more.

Panels and Performances 

Black Joy! LIVE 
6–10pm | Regeneration, L4 + Museum Galleries 
Walk the museum floors and expect the unexpected through a series of live intimate pop-up performances paying homage to the history of Regeneration’s iconic Black performers. Performances will be curated by Street Poets Inc. and AMDA College of the Performing Arts.   

Because It’s a Vibe 
6–10pm | The Walt Disney Company Piazza 
Enhance your vibes with a fusion of classic sounds inspired by the Regeneration era and live art  powered by LA-based creative arts organizations DreamHaus and Zeal Co-Op. 
 
What Does Black Cinema Mean to You? 
7pm | Ted Mann Theater, LL1
This audience-guided program will convene some of the Black cinema’s leading voices to reflect on the big question, “What does Black cinema mean to you?” Featured panelists include film director Julie Dash and the conversation will be guidedby Rhea Combs, co-curator of Regeneration: Black Cinema 1898–1971. The panel will be presented in partnership with the Academy’s Black Caucus, the affinity group for Black Academy members. Additional panelists to be announced.

Living the Legacy 
9:15pm | Sidney Poitier Grand Lobby 
The grandson of Cab Calloway, Joshua Langsam, and granddaughters of Fayard Nicholas, Cathie and  Nicole Nicholas, join forces with musical accompaniment powered by multi-Grammy-award winning songwriter and record producer James Fauntleroy for a historic live performance honoring Cabell “Cab” Calloway and the Nicholas Brothers.

Activities

Next Generation of Cinema Workshop Series 
6–9pm | Shirley Temple Education Studio, LL1  
Hands-on workshop hosted by Black Girl Film School. Workshops will offer visitors of all ages the opportunity to explore fundamental skills in film production and the impact of Black women behind the camera through five interactive production stations. 
 
ALL-Black Mini Food Market 
6–10pm | The Walt Disney Company Piazza 
The Walt Disney Company Piazza will be converted to a mini food market powered by Black Women Vend with live art activations and entertainment by DJ Iesha Irene.  

Regeneration Maker Lounge 
6–10pm | LL1 
Visitors will have a chance to dive into a variety of fun maker activities while exploring the magic of Regeneration. All ages are welcome. 

Regeneration Discovery Challenge 
6–10pm | Regeneration, L4 
The Academy Museum’s Teen Council created a series of individual and collaborative discovery prompts to further your exploration throughout the galleries. Upon completion of the challenge, you can enter for a chance to win a FREE one-year membership to the Academy Museum! 

The Glamour Room  
6–10pm | Netflix Lounge, L2 
Las Fotos Project hosts a photobooth inspired by the iconic portraits featured on the glamor wall in Regeneration: Black Cinema 1898–1971. Enjoy a live and spectacular pop-up showcase with Black hair artists Lesley Bryant and Amber Mimz as theyreimagine classic looks from some of Regeneration‘s featured icons. 

Saturday Symposium
Saturday, February 4 | 10am–6:30pm

The second day of the summit convenes some of Black cinema’s brightest stars and those dedicated to protecting its history for a full-day symposium. Through thought-partnership, interactive learning activities and unconventional discussions, the Saturday Symposium will create opportunities for Black cinema enthusiasts of all interest levelsto learn, grow, and build strategies together. 

Panels and Performances 

Spotlight On! 
11am | Ted Mann Theater, LL1 
An immersive journey through the enriching history of Black cinema in less than 15 minutes. This experience will challenge a team of scholars, creatives, and the families of Black cinema’s brightest stars to interpret the groundbreaking stories of distinguished figures such as Josephine Baker, Lena Horne, and James Baldwin through bite-sized presentations. 

Featuring Terri Simone Francis on Josephine Baker; Michael Gillespie on James Baldwin; Ellen C. Scott on Paul Robeson; Allyso Nadia Field on Saint Suttle and Gertie Brown; Shola Lynch on William Alexander, and more.

Black Joy! LIVE 
11am–5pm | Regeneration, L4 + Museum Galleries 
Walk the museum floors and expect the unexpected through a series of live intimate pop-up performances paying homage to the history of Regeneration’s iconic Black performers. Performances will be curated by Street Poets Inc. and AMDA College of the Performing Arts.   
 
Soundies 101: A Hidden History 
1pm | Ted Mann Theater, LL1 
Before music videos and the internet became the video platforms for musical artists, music lovers of the 1940s would drop a dime into a machine and enjoy what are known as “Soundies”—short films featuring song and dance numbers. This cinematic genre expanded opportunities for iconic Black performers such as Duke Ellington, Dorothy Dandridge, Cab Calloway, and many others. Learn about the racial tensions and triumphs of this special form of musical films through our dynamic Soundies 101 panel experience. 

Featured conversation will include film historian Susan Delson, world-renowned jazz film archivist Mark Cantor, Academy Museum curatorial research assistant Manouchka Labouba, moderated by the Academy Museum’s Vice President of Curatorial Affairs Doris Berger.

Book Signing and Meet and Greet  
2–3pm | Sidney Poitier Grand Lobby 
Regeneration Summit’s featured speakers and talent will be hosting a meet and greet for visitors to make a deeper connection and learn more about their work. All books featured in the Regeneration collection will be 15% off for this weekend only. 

Regeneration Cypher: Activism in Film 
3:30pm | Ted Mann Theater, LL1 
Drawing inspiration from the spontaneity and magic of a hip-hop cypher, entertainers, scholars, freedom fighters and leading voices in Black cinema intersect for an interactive conversation and performance art exchange. Featured panelists will explore the historical impacts of Black freedom movements in the film industry, and Black Hollywood’s role in influencing the continued fight for social justice. ​In response, a performing artist will interpret the presented ideas through their medium of expertise. 

The conversation will include founder of the Black Film Archive Maya Cade, Black non-binary activist Janaya Future Khan,filmmaker and storyteller Justice Maya Singleton,and more to be announced. 

The Western 
5pm | Ted Mann Theater, LL1 
Join us for an in-depth look into the complex relationship between the Western film genre and Black representation in American cinema. The conversation will culminate with an exclusive screening of the groundbreaking 1937 Western musical featuring an all-Black cast, Harlem on the Prairie— a film long thought lost and was recently restored by the Academy Film Archive.  ​

This program will include perspectives fromVassar College Professor of Film Mia Mask, Associate Curator of Western History at the Autry Museum Tyree Boyd-Pates, and Executive Director of Urban Saddles Ghuan Featherstone.

Activities 

Regeneration Discovery Challenge 
10am–6:30pm | Regeneration, L4 
Explore Regeneration through a series of individual and collaborative discovery prompts created by the Academy Museum’s Teen Council.

Because It’s a Vibe 
Noon–4pm | The Walt Disney Company Piazza 
Enhance your vibes with a fusion of classic sounds inspired by the Regeneration era and live art powered by LA-based creative arts organizations DreamHaus and Zeal Co-Op

ALL-Black Mini Food Market 
11am–5pm | The Walt Disney Company Piazza 
The Walt Disney Company Piazza will be converted to a mini food market powered by Black Women Vend with live art activations and entertainment.  

Regeneration Maker Lounge 
11am–5pm | LL1 
Visitors will have a chance to dive into a variety of fun maker activities while exploring the magic of Regeneration. All ages are welcome. 

Next Generation of Cinema Workshop Series 
11am–5pm | Shirley Temple Education Studio, LL1 
Hosted by filmmaker and storyteller Justice Maya Singleton and founder of Sisters with Invoices Amelian Kashiro Hamilton. Workshops will offer visitors of all ages the opportunity to explore fundamental skills in film production and the impact of Black women behind the camera through five interactive production stations. Participants will also recreate a poster inspired by films featured in Regeneration.

The Glamour Room  
11am–5pm | Netflix Lounge, L2 
Las Fotos Project hosts a photobooth inspired by the iconic portraits featured on the glamor wall in Regeneration: Black Cinema 1898–1971. Enjoy a live and spectacular pop-up showcase with Black hair artists Lesley Bryant and Amber Mimz as theyreimagine classic looks from some of Regeneration‘s featured icons. 

Free Family Fun Day 
Sunday, February 4 | 10am–6:30pm 

As part of SoCal Museums Annual Free for All Day, general admission to the Academy Museum will be free to all ages. There will be a variety of fun and engaging activities for visitors of all ages to learn, collaborate, and continue the celebration of our groundbreaking exhibition Regeneration: Black Cinema 1898–1971

Panels and Performances 

How to Teach Black Cinema 
11:30am | Ted Mann Theater, LL1 
Join the Academy Museum’s Education Team for an interactive presentation exploring a variety of helpful inquiry-based learning strategies that will support your students to investigate the history of Black cinema. Participants will examine the brand new Regeneration: Black Cinema 1898–1971 Curriculum Guide and engage in an exclusive audience Q&A with Education team members. The program will culminate with a series of mini school tours throughout the Regeneration exhibition to apply exercises from the curriculum in real time.

Because It’s a Vibe 
Noon–4pm | The Walt Disney Company Piazza 
Enhance your vibes with a fusion of classic sounds inspired by the Regeneration era and live art powered by LA-based creative arts organizations DreamHaus and Zeal Co-Op.​

Black Joy! LIVE 
11am–5pm | Regeneration, L4 + Museum Galleries 
Walk the museum floors and expect the unexpected through a series of live intimate pop-up performances paying homage to the history of Regeneration’s iconic Black performers. Performances will be curated by Street Poets Inc. and AMDA College of the Performing Arts.   

After Lunch Talk with the Librarian of Congress 
2pm | Ted Mann Theater, LL1 
Join the Director and President of the Academy Museum Jacqueline Stewart and the Academy Museum’s Teen Council for a conversation with the Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden. Together they will investigate the power of film restoration and how it can serve to impact generations of today and tomorrow. 

Activities 

Regeneration Discovery Challenge 
10am–6pm | Regeneration, L4 
Explore Regeneration through a series of individual and collaborative discovery prompts created by the Academy Museum’s Teen Council. 
 
Horsemanship 101 with Urban Saddles 
11am–3pm | The Walt Disney Company Piazza 
Learn fundamental horsemanship skills with cowboy and Executive Director of Urban Saddles Ghuan Featherstone. Then saddle up and show us what you’ve learned by taking a ride in our pop-up arena!
 
ALL-Black Mini Food Market 
11am–5pm | The Walt Disney Company Piazza 
The Walt Disney Company Piazza will be converted to a mini food market powered by Black Women Vend with live art activations and entertainment.  

Regeneration Maker Lounge 
11am–5pm | LL1 
Visitors will have a chance to dive into a variety of fun maker activities while exploring the magic of Regeneration. All ages are welcome. 
 
Next Generation of Cinema Workshop Series 
11am–5pm | Shirley Temple Education Studio, LL1 
Drop into a series of workshops hosted by the Academy Film Archive to reconsider the past and envision new histories. The workshop will offer the next generation of archivists, filmmakers, and memory workers a variety of interactive and fun activities to explore an introduction to film restoration and archival work.  

Storytime with Baba the Storyteller 
11am–5pm | Sidney Poitier Grand Lobby 
Youth and families are invited to join a special presentation of traditional and communal storytelling with Baba the Storyteller. Before the start of story time, build your own personal percussion instruments in the Regeneration Maker Lounge to join in on Baba’s performance or take home with you to continue sharing your stories. 

The Glamour Room  
11am–5pm | Netflix Lounge, L2 
Las Fotos Project hosts a photobooth inspired by the iconic portraits featured on the glamor wall in Regeneration: Black Cinema 1898–1971.  

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About Regeneration Black Cinema 18981971
Regeneration: Black Cinema 18981971 is the recipient of the 2018 Sotheby’s Prize. The Sotheby’s Prize was founded to support and encourage museums to break new ground by recognizing curatorial excellence and facilitating an upcoming exhibition that explores overlooked or underrepresented art history. The Sotheby’s Prize was awarded by a jury of museum curators and directors comprising Sir Nicholas Serota, Donna De Salvo, Okwui Enwezor (1963–2019), Connie Butler, Emilie Gordenker, and chaired by Allan Schwartzman. 

Regeneration is made possible in part by major grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Technology solutions generously provided by Christie®. Lead support provided by Campari® and J. P. Morgan Private Bank. Generous support provided by the National Endowment for the Arts, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture, and Octavia Spencer. Support also provided by Sybil Robson Orr, Lyndon J. Barrois Sr. and Janine Sherman Barrois, Chaz Hammel-Smith Ebert and Rogerebert.com, Morgan Freeman, Lori McCreary and Revelations Entertainment, Max and Kahlia Konan, Emma Koss, Alana Mayo, Mary Parent and Javier Chapa, Nina Shaw and Wallace Little, and Yeardley Smith. Exhibition programs are made possible in part by California Humanities, a non-profit partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Academy Film Archive restorations are funded in part by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation. Academy Museum Digital Engagement Platform sponsored by Bloomberg Philanthropies.


About the Academy Museum 
The Academy Museum is the largest museum in the United States devoted to the arts, sciences, and artists of moviemaking. The museum advances the understanding, celebration, and preservation of cinema through inclusive and accessible exhibitions, screenings, programs, initiatives, and collections. Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Renzo Piano, the museum’s campus contains the restored and revitalized historic Saban Building—formerly known as the May Company building (1939)—and a soaring spherical addition. Together, these buildings contain 50,000 square feet of exhibition spaces, two state-of-the-art theaters,
the Shirley Temple Education Studio, and beautiful public spaces that are free and open to the public. These include: The Walt Disney Company Piazza and the Sidney Poitier Grand Lobby, which houses the Spielberg Family Gallery, Academy Museum Store, and Fanny’s restaurant and café. The Academy Museum exhibition galleries are open seven days a week, with hours Sunday through Thursday from 10am to 6pm and Friday and Saturday from 10am to 8pm.

80th Golden Globe® Awards – Presenters 2023

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. – Claire Danes, Cole Hauser, Harvey Guillén, Henry Golding, Hilary Swank, Glen Powell, Jay Ellis, Jenna OrtegaJennifer CoolidgeJennifer Hudson, Letitia Wright, Mo Brings Plenty, Regina Hall, and Salma Hayek Pinault have been announced as presenters by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association® (HFPA) for the 80th Annual Golden Globe® Awards.  This group of presenters joins previously announced guests including Ana de ArmasAna Gasteyer, Billy Porter, Colman Domingo, Jamie Lee CurtisMichaela Jaé RodriguezNatasha Lyonne, Nicole Byer, Niecy Nash-BettsQuentin Tarantinoand Tracy Morgan.

Jerrod Carmichael will host the ceremony airing live coast-to-coast on Jan. 10 from 5-8 p.m. PT/8-11 p.m. ET on NBC and streaming on Peacock. Previously announced Golden Globe Award winner and six-time nominee Eddie Murphy will be the recipient of the 2023 Cecil B. deMille Award. Five-time Golden Globe Award winner and sixteen-time nominee Ryan Murphy will receive the Carol Burnett Award.

Also participating in the telecast is Ukraine’s President Zelenskyy, offering a special message of peace which will be introduced by Sean Penn.

Produced by Dick Clark Productions and Jesse Collins Entertainment in association with the HFPA, the Golden Globe Awards are viewed in more than 210 territories worldwide. Helen Hoehne is president of the HFPA. Jesse Collins and Dionne Harmon will serve as executive producers.

Three hundred one feature films are eligible for the 2022 Academy Awards. Nominations for the 95th Academy Awards will be announced on Tuesday, January 24, 2023.

LOS ANGELES, CA – Three hundred one feature films are eligible for the 2022 Academy Awards®, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced today.

To be eligible for consideration under rules implemented for the 95th Academy Awards year, feature films must open in a commercial motion picture theater in at least one of six U.S. metropolitan areas: Los Angeles County; the City of New York; the Bay Area; Chicago, Illinois; Miami, Florida; and Atlanta, Georgia, between January 1, 2022, and December 31, 2022, and complete a minimum qualifying run of seven consecutive days in the same venue.  Feature films must have a running time of more than 40 minutes.

The “Reminder List of Productions Eligible for the 95th Academy Awards” is available at http://www.oscars.org/oscars/rules-eligibility.  The Reminder List also includes the performers eligible for consideration in the Acting categories.

To be eligible for Best Picture consideration, films must have submitted a confidential Academy Representation and Inclusion Standards entry as part of the submission requirements.  Meeting inclusion thresholds will not be required for eligibility in the Best Picture category until the 96th Oscars®.

Nominations voting begins on Thursday, January 12, 2023, and concludes on Tuesday, January 17, 2023.

Nominations for the 95th Academy Awards will be announced on Tuesday, January 24, 2023.

The 95th Oscars will be held on Sunday, March 12, 2023, at the Dolby® Theatre at Ovation Hollywood and will be televised live on ABC and in more than 200 territories worldwide.

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The Golden Globe Awards® Return to NBC on Tuesday, January 10, 2023 for Landmark 80th Anniversary.

Beverly Hills, Calif. – The Hollywood Foreign Press Association® (HFPA), dick clark productions (dcp), and NBC will present the Golden Globe Awards will air live coast-to-coast on NBC and Peacock on Tuesday, January 10, 2023, at 8 PM ET/5 PM PT.

The Golden Globe Awards are viewed in more than 220 countries and territories worldwide. It is one of the few awards ceremonies to recognize both motion picture and television achievements. NBC has a long-standing history of broadcasting the Golden Globe Awards and will be televising this year’s show as part of a one-year agreement, which allows the HFPA and dcp to explore new opportunities for domestic and global distribution across a variety of platforms in the future.

“We recognize the HFPA’s commitment to ongoing change and look forward to welcoming back the Golden Globes to NBC for its landmark 80th Anniversary in January 2023,” said Frances Berwick, Chairman, Entertainment Networks, NBCUniversal Television and Streaming.

“We are thrilled to announce the return of the Golden Globe Awards on NBC and to hosting the ‘Party of the Year’ for audiences around the world who have been waiting for its return,” said Helen Hoehne, President of the HFPA. “It’s great to be back at the Beverly Hilton for the must-see celebration recognizing the best in film and television. The HFPA remains committed to important changes and supporting programs that prioritize diversity, inclusion, and transparency. See you on January 10!”

The HFPA recently announced the introduction of 103 new voters to its ranks, marking the first time international-based voters have been added to the voting pool. This diverse voting body is now represented by 62 different countries around the world. Combined with the current HFPA membership, the total Golden Globe Awards voting body is now 52% female, 51.5% racially and ethnically diverse, with 19.5% Latinx, 12% Asian, 10% Black and 10% Middle Eastern.

Proceeds from the broadcast provide funding for the HFPA’s philanthropy and charitable giving programs. This year, the HFPA awarded more than $4.5 million to 93 programs and organizations.

These donations support a diverse range of nonprofit organizations that help underserved communities and programs, as well as universities and colleges. In addition, the grants support film restoration projects both in the United States and overseas, as well as journalism programs that provide aid and assistance to journalists across the globe.

“We have seen first-hand the dedication of the HFPA as it continues to modernize and act on its important mission,” said Adam Stotsky, President of dcp. “We’re excited to produce the show that kicks off award season and supports so many here in Los Angeles and impacts artists across the globe.”

Listed below is the timetable for the 80th Annual Golden Globe Awards:

  • Monday, November 7, 2022: Deadline for Motion Picture and Television Submissions
  • Monday, December 12, 2022: Nominations Announced
  • Tuesday, January 10, 2023: Live Broadcast of the 80th Annual Golden Globe Awards

Louis Prima Jr. and the Witnesses Tour Dates 2023.

Los Angeles, Calif. – Wall Street Theater has been moved to April 23rd at 7:00 pm. from its original date of Feb 12th. The show is being moved because people have asked the venue to reschedule as the original show date conflicted with Super Bowl Sunday. 
Connecticut! You asked for it, and you got it!


We’re bring PRIMA back Sunday April 23rd at 7:00 pm.
Tickets start at $29.00
Come Join Us as we roar back to the stage LPJ Style! 
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Elvis Presley’s Graceland celebrates what would have been the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll’s 88th birthday, January 5-8, 2023.

January 5-8, 2023

Memphis, Tenn. – Elvis Presley’s Graceland celebrates the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll’s birthday each year with four days of special events. Join us in Memphis on January 5-8 as we honor Elvis Presley’s birthday with concerts, movies, conversations and more! This year’s festivities include the Memphis Symphony Orchestra concert with Terry Mike Jeffrey, Conversations on Elvis, plus a very special Elvis screen show to mark the 50th anniversary of Aloha from Hawaii!

In addition, fans are invited to the north lawn of Graceland Mansion on January 8, Elvis’ Birthday, at 8:30 am CST, for Elvis’ Birthday Proclamation Ceremony which will include a special appearance by Lisa Marie Presley, along with EPE officials, a birthday cake cutting, and an official proclamation of Elvis Presley Day. Can’t be in Memphis? Watch the ceremony online for free via Graceland’s Livestream page. 

Also on January 8, Graceland will open a new Making of ELVIS Movie Exhibition at Graceland. The Exhibition will look at the beginning of the creative process for the celebrated film and follow it through its journey to the big screen, taking the story from paper to film. MORE INFO

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BILLY IDOL TO BE HONORED WITH FIRST HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME STAR OF 2023.

Rock icon Billy Idol will be honored with the 2,743rd on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The star, the first of the new year, will be dedicated at 6201 Hollywood Boulevard in front of Amoeba Music. Idol will be awarded his star in the category of Recording.

The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce has proudly hosted the globally iconic Hollywood Walk of Fame since 1960. The Chamber exists to transform business and improve lives. Through the Walk of Fame, the Chamber celebrates the business that transforms us all – the business of entertainment.  Entertainment is a unique blend of art and enterprise: elevating and inspiring us all.

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“There will be lots of rebels yelling for their favorite rock star Billy Idol when he receives his well-deserved Walk of Fame star on January 5th,” stated Ana Martinez, Producer of the Hollywood Walk of Fame.  “Since the beginning of his career Billy Idol has held the hearts of many of his fans who finally will be able to visit his star and witness his induction into the Walk of Fame,” added Martinez.

Joining emcee Lupita Sanchez Cornejo for the star unveiling will be artist Shepard Fairey and rocker Henry Rollins.

Billy Idol was an early architect of the sound, style, and fury of punk rock. His lip- curling sneer and fist-pumping persona vaulted him into the mainstream as one of MTV’s first megastars, making him one of the most recognizable faces in pop music, He has sold 40 million albums while scoring numerous platinum albums worldwide, nine top forty singles in the U.S. and 10 in the U.K. including “Dancing With Myself, “White Wedding,” “Rebel Yell,” “Mony Mony,” “Eyes Without A Face,” “Flesh For Fantasy,” and “Cradle Of Love.” Billy was responsible for some of punk rock’s most memorable, literate, and evocative moments and created a pioneering new sound by bringing the spirit of ’77 to the dance floor, going on to fashion an immediately identifiable musical blueprint that integrates club-land throb, rockabilly desperation, and rock’n’roll decadence.

Forty-five years after releasing his first 45, Billy Idol still makes gliding, thumping, cinematic songs about sin, redemption and the love of rock’n’roll…and that’s what you will find on The Roadside and The Cage, Billy Idol’s latest two four-song EPs released in 2021 and 2022, respectively.

Both EPs will be instantly familiar to lovers of classic Billy Idol, while announcing a firm step into the future full of color, power, atmosphere, attitude, and mystery.

And on both new releases Billy Idol is joined by his friend and collaborator since 1981, guitarist and songwriter Steve Stevens. For 41 years – 41 years! ­– Steve has been Billy Idol’s sonic assassin and master blender of tones and textures, the thinking man’s shredder and the shredding man’s Picasso.

Billy Idol, together with his band featuring Steve Stevens, have consistently toured the World for the past two decades, headlining theatres and arenas and performing at major festivals all over the world.

Billy Idol has always found time to support various causes in need, including Teenage Cancer Trust, Teen Cancer America, Goldberg Kids Fund, World Wildlife Funds, Rural Aid Australia, Animals Australia, March of Dimes, Autism Speaks and the Boston Children’s Hospital.

ABOUT THE HOLLYWOOD CHAMBER’S WALK OF FAME

The Hollywood Walk of Fame is a celebration of art, entertainment, and all things Hollywood. Star ceremonies are broadcast worldwide, connecting fans with their favorite artists. The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce administers the Walk of Fame on behalf of the City of Los Angeles. Honorees are selected by a committee of their peers. Sponsors fund the star, the ceremony and the maintenance of the legendary attraction. The Walk of Fame is free to all. To learn more and find your favorite stars, visit walkoffame.com.

ABOUT THE HOLLYWOOD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (HCC)

Since 1921, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce (HCC) has transformed businesses and improved lives. With more than 750 members, the Chamber is the largest business organization in Hollywood and serves as a place for our diverse membership to connect, grow and make an impact. The HCC is the proud steward of two global icons: the Hollywood Walk of Fame and the Hollywood sign. Held in the public trust, the HCC strengthens and promotes business through connecting, coaching, advocating, and innovating. To make a difference, connect with us at hollywoodchamber.net.

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