The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has taken a decisive step toward rethinking this much-derided rule of his year. The 2023 Academy Awards will feature live coverage of all 23 categories, following a widely criticized decision last year to scale back some of the awards’ live presentations to save time.
The official announcement came from Bill Cramer, CEO of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, who said he will be 23 at the televised event after eight categories were removed from airing in 2022. said that all categories of Categories not shown during the 2022 event include original scores, makeup and hairstyling, documentaries, film editing, production design, animated shorts, live-action shorts and sound. Speaking to Variety, Bill said, “We are committed to putting on a show that celebrates the collaboration of craftsmanship, art and science, and filmmaking. That’s the mission of the Academy, and we’re confident we can create a show that celebrates all the elements of filmmaking in a fun and engaging way. “
Bill Cramer was unanimously named in June as the new CEO of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, succeeding Dawn Hudson, who announced the expiration of his term in October 2021. Bill revealed that there had been a lot of discussion about bringing the eight categories back to live broadcasting, saying, “I’m thrilled to be able to make it happen.
The 95th Academy Awards will be held on March 12, 2023, and he will be broadcast live on ABC from Hollywood’s Dolby Theater to her more than 200 territories around the world. Jimmy Kimmel will make his third return as an Oscar host.