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New AMPAS CEO Would Like to See Every Oscar Category Presented During Next Year’s Ceremony

It hasn’t been long since Bill Kramer became the new CEO of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, but he’s already making his voice heard. Despite only occupying the position since July 1st, Kramer plans for the future of the institution, acknowledging during a recent interview that:”The Academy was founded in 1927 and the institution and the film community have seen many critical moments of change and uncertainty”.

He believes the Academy finds itself yet again at another crucial moment of change in its history and, when asked about next year’s Oscars ceremony, Kramer stated that “the energy around the show should feel like a massive celebration of cinema and the awards — our legacy, our artists, our movies, our future.”

Related to this feeling of anticipation for the 95th Academy Awards ceremony, the CEO mentioned he would “love to see: all artistic and scientific disciplines honored on the show”. This would differ from this year’s show, where various categories weren’t included in the telecast, such as Best Film Editing and Best Original Score.

It remains to be seen if these changes will be implemented in the ceremony, which will take place on March 12th, 2023 in Los Angeles’ Dolby Theatre, home of the awards show since 2001.

Source: A.Frame


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