Get the exclusive insider’s report on Hollywood’s top events for 2024, from the delayed Emmy Awards to the vibrant colors of diverse carpets at the season’s most prestigious awards shows.
As the sun sets on 2023, the glitz and glamour of Hollywood’s awards season beckon with a promise of grandeur. For those in the know, 2024 is set to be an illustrious year with a packed calendar of events that will have you rubbing shoulders with the stars if you’re lucky enough to score an invite. It’s time to see some of the best-dressed celebrities, not just on the traditional red carpet but perhaps on a green, purple, or yellow one – because in Hollywood, it doesn’t always have to be red to be regal.
The Hollywood Reporter has curated a guide to the must-attend awards shows, film festivals, and nomination announcements leading up to the 96th Academy Awards on March 10. Here’s your insider look at where 2024’s fashion statements will be made and cinematic achievements celebrated:
Thursday, Jan. 4: Palm Springs International Film Awards
Start the year with a bang at the Palm Springs International Film Awards, where the desert backdrop meets star-studded celebrations.
Jan. 6-7: Creative Arts Emmys
The Creative Arts Emmys, delayed due to industry strikes, will finally grace our calendars, showcasing the artistic and technical wizards of television.
Sunday, Jan. 7: Golden Globe Awards
The Golden Globes, often seen as the harbinger of the Oscars, will set the tone for the awards season, with its freewheeling spirit and diverse carpet hues.
Tuesday, Jan. 9: Governors Awards
A more intimate gathering, the Governors Awards is where the Academy honors its own with honorary Oscars and humanitarian awards.
Wednesday, Jan. 10: Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations
Midweek brings the Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations, revealing the performers who have captured their peers’ admiration.
Thursday, Jan. 11: National Board of Review Awards
The National Board of Review Awards spotlights the year’s cinematic triumphs, often seen as a predictor for Oscar success.
Sunday, Jan. 14: Critics Choice Awards
The Critics Choice Awards, where the pundits have their say, is known for its more relaxed atmosphere and daring fashion choices.
Monday, Jan. 15: Emmy Awards
The belated Emmy Awards will finally honor the small screen’s finest, making it one of the year’s most anticipated television events.
Thursday, Jan. 18: BAFTA Film Awards nominations
Across the pond, the BAFTA Film Awards nominations will be announced, setting the stage for British and international film recognition.
Jan. 18-28: Sundance Film Festival
Indie film lovers will flock to the snowy streets of Park City, Utah, for the Sundance Film Festival, a launchpad for the year’s most compelling stories.
Tuesday, Jan. 23:
The grand finale before the Oscars themselves, the Academy Awards nominations announcement is the moment where speculation ends, and the final race to the Oscars truly begins.
As Hollywood prepares to roll out not just the red but a spectrum of colored carpets, these events offer a glimpse into the future of fashion and film. So mark your calendars and stay tuned for an unrivaled season of style and cinema. It’s an insider’s playground, and the only ticket more coveted than an award is the one that gets you into these exclusive gatherings.
In The Know Report By Mark Winkler
The Power Player Lifestyle Magazine
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