"Oscar 2023: When, what time and where to watch the ceremony

Kateryna MalayLife

The whole world is looking forward to the most prestigious award ceremony for achievements in the film industry, the Oscars. You can find out who is the best of the best in 2022 on the night of March 13.

The long-awaited event will take place at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles. OBOZREVATEL decided to tell you everything you need to know before the award ceremony (to see the photos, scroll to the end of the page).

So, the solemn event will begin at 2 a.m. Kyiv time. A few hours before the start, guests will begin arriving at the theater. The live broadcast will be shown on the channel "Suspilne Kultura", where it will be commented on by Ukrainian actress Irma Vitovska.


The ceremony will be hosted by famous American entertainer and comedian Jimmy Kimmel. He has taken on this responsibility several times before, in 2017 and 2018.


This year's Oscars will surprise with innovation - the organizers have abandoned the red carpet. Instead, the stars will walk on a champagne-colored carpet. You can read more about why they changed the tradition here.


In addition to the traditional awards ceremony and long, exciting pauses, the audience will be treated to performances by celebrity guests Lady Gaga and Rihanna.

Earlier OBOZREVATEL wrote about all the nominees for the Oscar. This year, a Ukrainian film about children at war "House of Splinters" will fight for victory.

Bookmakers have already named the likely winners. Leads the tape "All at once and everywhere". By the way, the other day Ukrainians called to disqualify the film"Top Gun: Maverick" because of the connection with Russia. Read more about the scandal here.

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