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Auto Show, Jan. 4
Los Angeles Convention Center

Annual Tournament of Roses Parade: 'Pasadena
Jan. 1
See this year's grand marshal. 8 a.m.
Orange Grove, Colorado and Sierra Madre boulevards, Pasadena.
(626) 449-4100
www.tournamentofroses.com

Annual PGA Awards nominations announced
Jan. 4
Universal Hilton, Los Angeles.
(310) 777-1150
www.producersguild.org

Annual WGA screen nominees announced
Jan. 4
WGA, Los Angeles.
(323) 782-4574, (212) 767-7800
www.wga.org, www.wgaeast.org

Annual Annie Awards
Jan. 4
International Animated Film Society (ASIFA Hollywood).
Alex Theater, Glendale.
(818) 842-8330
www.annieawards.org

Digital Hollywood at CES
Jan. 4 - Jan. 8
Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas.
(212) 352-9720
www.digitalhollywood.com

Classic Orson Welles Films
Jan. 4 - Jan. 8
The American Cinematheque presents screenings include "Citizen Kane," "Touch of Evil" and "MacBeth."
Aero Theater, Santa Monica.
(323) 466-3456
www.americancinematheque.com

Annual SAG Award nominations announced
13th Annual SAG Awards™ Ceremonies to be Simulcast Sunday, Jan. 28, on TNT and TBS at 8 pm ET/PT - Los Angeles, California &endash;
www.sagawards.org

Annual DGA Awards film nominations announced
Jan. 5
Directors Guild of America, Los Angeles.
(310) 289-2038
www.dga.org

CES: International Consumer Electronics Show 2006
Jan. 5 - Jan. 8
Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas.
(703) 907-7600
www.cesweb.org

Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival
Jan. 5 - Jan. 16
Various venues, Palm Springs, Calif.
(760) 322-2930
www.psfilmfest.org

Hitchcockian: The Master & His Disciples
Jan. 5 - Jan. 26
Series devoted to Hitchcock classics (including "Vertigo," "Rear Window" and "The Birds") along with films that pay homage to the master (including Carol Reed's "Night Train to Munich," Mel Brooks' "High Anxiety" and Brian De Palma's "Body Double").
Egyptian Theatre, Hollywood.
(323) 466-3456
www.egyptiantheatre.com



Annual Flickering Image Festival: Winners Night
Jan. 7
Los Angeles Film School, Hollywood.
www.actorsbone.com/shorts/index.html

NSFC Awards Announcement
Jan. 7
National Society of Film Critics.
TBA, New York.
(212) 989-1767

NYFCC Awards
Jan. 8
New York Film Critics Circle.
Cipriani's, New York.
(212) 869-7233
www.nyfcc.com

58th annual DGA Awards TV nominations announced
Mon., Jan. 9
Directors Guild of America, Los Angeles.
(310) 289-2038
www.dga.org

Annual Critics' Choice Awards
Jan. 9
Dennis Miller hosts. Broadcast Film Critics Assn. honors George Clooney with Freedom Award.
Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica.
(310) 860-2665
www.bfca.org

Annual KidFilm Festival
Jan. 9 - Jan. 22
Diverse lineup of films and videos for children and adults.
Various venues, Dallas.
(214) 821-6300
www.usafilmfestival.com

Remembering Ricky Nelson: A Special Evening of Music and Memories
Jan. 09
MT&R presents reception, performance, screening and CD signing. Special guests include Gunnar Nelson, Matthew Nelson and Lynne Littman. 6:30 p.m.
Museum of Television & Radio, Beverly Hills.
((310) 786-1091
www.mtr.org

Annual People's Choice Awards
Jan. 10
Craig Ferguson hosts film, television and music awards show. Broadcast on CBS.
Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles.
(323) 965-1990

NAACP Image Awards nominations announced
Jan. 10
Randy Jackson, Aisha Tyler and Kevin Frazier join the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People to make announcement. 9 a.m.
Beverly Hill Peninsula Hotel, Beverly Hills.
(323) 938-5268
www.naacpimageawards.net

Annual National Board of Review of Motion Pictures Film Awards Gala
Jan. 10
Tavern on the Green, New York.
(212) 465-9022
www.nbrmp.org

Winter Television Critics Assn. press tour
Jan. 10 - Jan. 21
Ritz-Carlton Huntington Hotel, Pasadena.
www.tvcritics.org

Focus On Female Directors
Jan. 10
American Cinematheque presents one-day series of short films by women directors. Screenings include films by Sofia Coppola, Miranda July and Niki Caro. Filmmaker discussion with Emily Dell ("B Girl") and Christina Beck ("So Hot for You"). 7:30 p.m.
Egyptian Theatre, Hollywood.
(323) 466-3456
www.egyptiantheatre.com

The John H. Mitchell Seminar: Sumner Redstone
Jan. 10
MT&R presents seminar with Viacom chair and CEO Restone, moderated by Peter Bart. 7-8:30 p.m.
Museum of Television & Radio, Beverly Hills.
((310) 786-1091
www.mtr.org

Annual American Society of Cinematographers Awards nominations announced
Jan. 11
TBA, Los Angeles.
(323) 969-4333
www.theasc.com

33rd annual International Association for Jazz Education Conference
Jan. 11 - Jan. 14
Hilton New York & Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers, New York.
(785) 776-8744
www.iaje.org

P.R. For Artists
Jan. 11
Wordspace class taught by novelist/PR consultant Anthony Mora.
Wordspace, Los Angeles.
(323) 644-1500
www.wordspace.net

Harry Winston gala opening
Jan. 11
Opening of new store to benefit the Motion Picture & Television Fund. By invitation only. 7-9 p.m.
Harry Winston store, Beverly Hills.
(323) 852-0772

Annual Academy/UCLA Documentary Series Part 2
Jan. 11 - March 15
Sixteen short and feature-length documentaries, including "Sister Rose's Passion," "Hotel City" and "Supersize Me." Free. Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m.
UCLA, James Bridges Theater, Westwood, Calif.
(310) 247-3600
www.oscars.org

Annual Art Directors Guild Awards nominations announced
Jan. 13
Art Directors Guild, Los Angeles.
(818) 762-9995
www.artdirectors.org

Annual Golden Eddie Awards nominations announced
Jan. 13
American Cinema Editors
ACE, Los Angeles.
(818) 777-2900
www.americancinemaeditors.com

AFI Awards 2005 Luncheon
Jan. 13
American Film Institute honors creative ensembles in film and television.
Four Seasons Hotel, Los Angeles.
(323) 856-7896
www.afi.com

WIF Malibu Breakfast
Jan. 13
Women In Film present guest speaker Carol Savoie, Director of Entertainment Tax at Deloitte Tax, LLP. 8-10 a.m.
Chart House Restaurant, Malibu.
(310) 457-8664
www.wif.org

WIF Santa Barbara Breakfast
Jan. 14
Presented by Women In Film. 9 a.m.
Cafe del Sol Restaurant, Santa Barbara.
(805) 967-8881
www.wif.org

Caucus Television Journalism Awards
Jan. 15
Caucus for Television Producers, Writers and Directors. 5:30 p.m.
Beverly Hills Hotel, Beverly Hills.
(310) 203-9520
www.caucus.org

Annual Golden Globe Awards
Jan. 16
Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. Anthony Hopkins to receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award. Televised at 8 p.m. EST/PST on NBC.
Beverly Hilton., Beverly Hills.
(310) 657-1731
www.hfpa.com

The Next Big Idea, West: The Future of Branded Entertainment
Jan. 17
Presented by The Hollywood Reporter.
Renaissance Hotel, Hollywood.
(646) 654-5169
www.thenextbigidea.com

Annual LAFCA Awards
Tues., Jan. 17
Los Angeles Film Critics Association.
Park Hyatt Hotel, Los Angeles.
www.lafca.net

BAFTA Film Awards nominations announced
Jan. 19
British Academy of Film and Television Arts.
BAFTA, London.
(44) 20-7292-5816, (310) 652-4121
www.bafta.org

NAMM International Music Market 2006
Jan. 19 - Jan. 22
International Music Products Assn.
Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, Calif.
(760) 438-8001
www.namm.com

Annual Slamdance Film Festival
Jan. 19 - Jan. 27
Films without domestic theatrical distribution with first-time directors and low budgets.
Various venues, Park City, UT.
(323) 466-1786
www.slamdance.com

Sundance Film Festival
Thurs., Jan. 19-Sun., Jan. 29
Various venues, Park City, UT.
(801) 328-3456
www.sundance.org

Asian Excellence Awards
Thurs., Jan. 19
Hosts are Kelly Hu ("The Scorpion King") and Bobby Lee ("Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle"). Presented by AZN Television. 7 p.m.
Wiltern LG Theater, Los Angeles.
(818) 760-7131

Annual Festival D'Angers Premier Plans
Fri., Jan. 20-Sun., Jan. 29
European First Film Festival
Various venues, Paris.
(33) 01-4271-5370
www.premiersplans.org

WIF West Hollywood Breakfast
Fri., Jan. 20
Women In Film present guest speaker screenwriter Paul Haggis ("Million Dollar Baby," "Crash"). 8-10 a.m.
Wyndham Bel Age Hotel, West Hollywood.
(310) 657-5144
www.wif.org

Annual PGA Awards nominee breakfast
Sat., Jan. 21
Hosted by The Hollywood Reporter.
Pacific Design Center, Silver Screen Theater, West Hollywood.
(310) 777-1150
www.producersguild.org

Annual Golden Mike Awards
Sat., Jan. 21
Radio & Television News Association of Southern California.
Universal Hilton, Los Angeles.
(562) 987-4545
www.rtna.org

Emerge Music workshop
Sat., Jan. 21
Music industry panelists Rob Cavallo, Fred Croshal, Don Gilmore and others discuss record production and give guidance to developing artists.
Directors Guild, West Hollywood.
(800) 939-0812
www.emergemusic.net

Annual PGA Awards
Sun., Jan. 22
Universal Hilton, Los Angeles.
(310) 777-1150
www.producersguild.org

Annual MIDEM
Sun., Jan. 22-Thurs., Jan. 26
International music market.
Palais des Festivals, Cannes, France.
(33) 01-4190-4460
www.midem.com

Annual Golden Reel Awards nominations
Tues., Jan. 24
Motion Picture Sound Editors. 9 a.m.
MPSE, Los Angeles.
(818) 506-7731
www.mpse.org

Mon., Jan. 20-Thurs.,Jan. 23

NATPE
Jan. 24 - Jan. 26
National Association of Television Program Executives conference and exhibition.
Mandalay Bay Resort, Las Vegas.
(310) 453-4440
www.natpe.org

Annual Rotterdam International Film Festival
Jan. 25 - Feb. 5
Various venues, Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
(31) 10-890-9090
www.filmfestivalrotterdam.com

Writers On Writing
Jan. 26
Writers Guild Foundation presents Robin Swicord ("Memoirs of a Geisha") to talk about her career, followed by audience Q&A. 7:30 p.m.
Writers Guild of America, Los Angeles.
(323) 782-4692
www.wgfoundation.org

Annual Victoria Independent Film & Video Festival
Jan. 27- Feb. 5
Various venues, Victoria, B.C., Canada.
(250) 389-0444
www.vifvf.com

Annual DGA Awards Dinner
Jan. 28
Century Plaza Hotel, Century City.
(310) 289-2038
www.dga.org

Novel Acts
Jan. 28
Performance of scenes from Anthony Mora's book "Bang! A Love Story", as well as works by other L.A. based writers. 8 p.m.
Wordspace, Los Angeles.
(323) 644-1500
www.wordspace.net

Annual SAG Awards
Jan. 29
Lifetime Achievement Award presented to Shirley Temple Black. Airs on TNT.
Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles.
(310) 235-1030
www.sagawards.org

Spotlight Award Dinner
Jan. 29
Beverly Hills Theatre Guild, Beverly Hills.
(310) 273-3390
www.beverlyhillstheatreguild.org

Annual Goyas
Jan. 29
Spanish Academy of Cinema Arts and Sciences.
Parque Juan Carlos I Conference Hall, Madrid.
(310) 273-3390
www.sie.es/pgoya

Annual CineMart
Jan - Feb. 2
In conjunction with Rotterdam International Film Festival to finance low- and medium-budget film projects.
Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
(31) 10-890-9090
www.filmfestivalrotterdam.com

Annual Gospel Brunch
Jan. 29
Samuel L. Jackson and Tim Leiweke receive I Have a Dream Foundation Dream Keeper Award, presented by George Lucas and Magic Johnson. Jennifer Garner hosts.
House of Blues, Los Angeles.
(213) 572-0175
www.ihadla.org

Annual RealScreen Summit
Jan. 30 - Feb. 1
Conference for independent producers, distributors, broadcasters, financiers and marketers of nonfiction programming.
TBA, Washington, DC.
(416) 408-2300
www.realscreensummit.com

Annual Academy Awards nominations announced
Jan. 31
Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences. 5:30 a.m. PST.
Samuel Goldwyn Theater, AMPAS, Beverly Hills.
(310) 247-3000
www.oscars.org

 

FEBRUARY / For Event Updates

Annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival
Feb. 2 - Feb. 12
Santa Barbara, Calif.
(805) 963-0023
www.sbfilmfestival.org

Annual WGA Awards
Feb. 4
Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, Waldorf-Astoria, New York.
(323) 782-4574, (212) 767-7800
www.wga.org, www.wgaeast.org

Annual DIY Convention
Feb. 5 - Feb. 12
Do It Yourself in film, music and books.
Egyptian Theatre, Hollywood.
www.diyconvention.com

Annual Daytime Emmy Award nominations announced
Feb. 8
Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
LA Convention Center, Los Angeles.
(818) 754-2800
www.emmys.tv

Annual Grammy Awards
Feb. 8
Broadcast live on CBS 8-11:30 p.m.
Staples Center, Los Angeles.
(310) 392-3777
www.grammy.com

U.S. Comedy Arts Festival
Feb. 8 - Mar. 12
Various venues, Aspen, Colo.
(866) 350-3369
www.uscaf.com

Annual World of Comedy International Film Festival
Feb. 8 - Mar. 12
Various venues, Toronto, Canada.
(416) 487-7574
www.worldcomedyfilmfest.com

Pioneer of the Year Dinner
Feb. 9
The Will Rogers Motion Picture Pioneers Foundation honors Travis Reid, president and CEO of Loews Cineplex Entertainment.
TBA, Los Angeles.
(310) 288-1755
www.wrpioneers.org/pioneeroftheyear

Annual Writers Studio
Feb. 9 - Feb. 12
UCLA, Westwood.
(310) 825-9415

Annual Berlin International Film Festival
Feb. 9 - Feb. 19
Berlin, Germany.
(49) 30-25 9200
www.berlinale.de

Pan African Film & Arts Festival
Feb. 9 - Feb. 20
Magic Johnson Theater, Los Angeles.
(323) 295-1706
www.paff.org

Portland International Film Festival
Feb. 10 - Feb. 25
Portland, Oregon.
(503) 221-1156
www.nwfilm.org

Annual Art Directors Guild awards dinner
Feb. 11
Beverly Hilton , Beverly Hills.
(818) 762-9995
www.artdirectors.org

Annual USC Scripter Award
Feb. 11
Henry Winkler hosts. Presented by Friends of the USC Libraries for the best adaptation of a book to an English-language film.
USC, Doheny Memorial Library, Los Angeles.
(213) 740-2328
www.scripter.usc.edu

Annual Academy Award Nominees Luncheon
Feb. 13
By invitation only.
Beverly Hilton, Beverly Hills.
(310) 247-3000
www.oscars.org

Annual AIDC
Feb. 13 - Feb. 16
Australian International Documentary Conference.
Hilton On the Park, Melbourne, Australia.
(61) 28-8271-1488
www.aidc.com.au

Annual VES Awards
Feb. 15
Visual Effects Society.
Palladium, Hollywood.
(310) 822-9181
www.visualeffectssociety.com

CRS - Country Radio Seminar
Feb. 15 - Feb. 17
Country Radio Broadcasters.
Nashville Convention Center, Nashville, Tenn.
(615) 327-4487
www.crb.org

Annual Phoenix International Lesbian and Gay Film Festival
Fri., Feb. 17-Sun., Feb. 19
Phoenix, Ariz.
(602) 410-1074
www.outfar.org

Annual Southern California Writers' Conference
Feb. 17- Feb. 20
Red Lion Hanalei Hotel, San Diego.
(619) 233-4651
www.writersconference.com

Bangkok International Film Festival
Feb. 17 - Feb. 27
Bangkok, Thailand.
(323) 655-8550
www.bangkokfilm.org

Annual Scientific and Technical Awards
Feb. 18
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Beverly Hilton, Beverly Hills.
(310) 247-3000, ext. 130
www.oscars.org

Annual Golden Eddie Awards
Sun., Feb. 19
American Cinema Editors.
Beverly Hilton, Beverly Hills.
(818) 777-2900
www.americancinemaeditors.com

BAFTA Film Awards
Feb. 19
British Academy of Film and Television Arts. Broadcast on BBC One.
The Odeon, London.
(44) 20-7292-5816, (310) 652-4121
www.bafta.org

Annual Beverly Hills/Hollywood NAACP Theatre Awards
Feb. 20
Presented by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
Directors Guild of America, Los Angeles.
(323) 464-7616
www.naacp.org

Annual Lumieres de Paris
Feb. 20
French equivalent of the Golden Globes. Broadcast on TV5.
Cinema des Cineastes, Paris.
(33) 147-320-159

Bangkok Film Market
Feb. 20 - Feb. 24
Directors Guild of America, Bangkok, Thailand.
(323) 655-8550
www.bangkokfilm.org

Annual Sedona International Film Festival and Workshop
Feb. 23 - Feb. 26
Various venues, Sedona, Ariz.
(928) 282-1177
www.sedonafilmfestival.com

Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards
Feb. 25
Beverly Hilton, Beverly Hills.
(818) 905-1557
www.costumedesignersguild.com

Annual NAACP Image Awards
Feb. 25
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Airs March 3 on Fox.
Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles.
(323) 965-1990
www.naacpimageawards.net

Annual Cesar Awards
Feb. 25
French Academy of Cinema Arts and Sciences.
Theatre du Chatelet, Paris.
(33) 15-364-0525
www.lescesarducinema.com

8th Wonder of the World Concert Series
Feb. 25
Ricky Martin performs first in a series of 10 concerts over a 5-year period to benefit UNICEF's Unite the Children, Unite Against AIDS, YouthAIDS, the Ricky Martin Foundation and others.
Taj Mahal, Agra, India.
(310) 566-7033
www.rickymartinfoundation.org

Spirited Woman Workshop
Feb. 26
Creative workshop for the inner thespian in every woman. Led by Nancy Mills. 1-4 p.m.
Black Box Theatre, West Los Angeles.
(888) 428-1234
www.thespiritedwoman.com

Annual American Society of Cinematographers Awards
Sun., Feb. 26
Century Plaza Hotel, Century City.
(323) 969-4333
www.theasc.com

Adelaide International Film Festival
Adelaide, Australia.
(61) 88-271-1029
www.adelaidefilmfestival.org

 MARCH / For Event Updates


Annual Publicists Guild Awards
March 1
Publicists of the International Cinematographers Guild
Beverly Hilton, Beverly Hills.
(323) 969-2728

NSI FilmExchange Canadian Film Festival
March 1 - March 4
National Screen Institute.
Various venues, Winnipeg, Canada.
(800) 952-9307
www.nsi-Canada.ca

Annual Fargo Film Festival
March 1 - March 4
Fargo Theater, Fargo, N.D.
(701) 235-4152
www.fargofilmfestival.com

Cinequest Film Festival
March 1 - March 12
Presenting maverick uses of film and television.
Various venues, San Jose, Calif.
(408) 995-5033
www.cinequest.org

Glitter Awards
March 3
International gay film awards. 7 p.m.
Knitting Theater, Hollywood.
(323) 876-0975
www.hollywoodindependents.com

Annual Miami International Film Festival
Fri., March 3-Sun., March 12
Film Society of Miami.
Florida International University, Miami, Fla.
(305) 237-3456
www.miamifilmfestival.com

Annual Film Independent Spirit Awards
March 4
Presented by Film Independent (formerly Independent Feature Project/West).
The beach, Santa Monica.
(310) 432-1200
www.filmindependent.org

Annual Golden Reel Awards
March 4
Motion Picture Sound Editors. 5:30 p.m.
Beverly Hilton. , Beverly Hills.
(818) 506-7731
www.mpse.org

Annual Academy Awards
March 6
Televised live on ABC. 5:30 p.m.
Kodak Theatre, Hollywood.
(310) 247-3000
www.oscars.org

InterFilmFestival
March 7 - March 19
Nuremberg, Germany.
(49) 911-929-6563
www.interforum.net

IRTS Foundation Gold Medal Award Dinner
March 9
International Radio and Television Society.
Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York.
(212) 867-6650
www.irts.org

AWRT Annual Leadership Summit & Business Conference
March 9 - March 11
American Women in Radio and Television.
City Center Hotel, Washington, DC.
(703) 506-3290
www.awrt.org

Annual Recording Media Forum
March 9 - March 11
International Recording Media Assn.
La Quinta Resort & Club, La Quinta, Calif.
(609) 279-1700
www.recordingmedia.org

New York International Independent Film & Video Festival
March 9 - March 19
In New York in May.
Various venues., Los Angeles.
(212) 777-7100
www.nyfilmvideo.com

Annual San Diego Latino Film Festival
March 9 - March 19
Various venues, San Diego.
(619) 230-1938
www.sdlatinofilm.com

SXSW 2006
March 1 - March 19
Film, music and interactive marketing conference and festival. Neil Young is Keynote speaker, joined in conversation by director Jonathan Demme, whose musical portrait of Young, "Neil Young/Heart Of Gold" will screen March 16.
Austin Convention Center, Austin, TX.
(512) 467-7979
www.sxsw.com

Annual New York Emmy Awards
March 12
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences New York Chapter.
New York Marriott Marquis, New York.
(212) 459-3630
www.nyemmys.org

Annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony
March 13
This year's inductees are Black Sabbath, Blondie, Miles Davis, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Sex Pistols, and Herb Alpert & Jerry Moss.
Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York.
(212) 864-8091
www.rockhall.com

Annual Genie Awards
March 13
Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television.
Toronto, Canada.
(416) 366-2227, ext. 234
www.genieawards.ca

ShoWest 2006
March 13 - March 16
National Association of Theatre Owners convention.
Bally's and Paris hotels, Las Vegas.
(646) 654-7680
www.showest.com

San Francisco International Asian-American Film Festival
March 16 - March 26
Various venues, San Franciso.
(415) 863-0814
www.naatanet.org/festival

Cleveland International Film Festival
March 16 - March 26
Tower City Cinemas, Cleveland, OH.
(216) 623-3456
www.clevelandfilm.org

Genesis Awards
March 18
Honoring media for spotlighting animal issues. Humane Society of United States, Hollywood Office.
Beverly Hilton., Beverly Hills.
(818) 501-2275
www.genesisawards.org

College Television Awards
March 19
Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
TBA, Los Angeles.
(818) 754-2800
www.emmys.tv

CTPAA Forum
March 19 - March 22
Cable Television Public Affairs Assn.
JW Marriott Hotel, Washington, DC.
(202) 775-1081
www.ctpaa.org

Annual Amnesty International Film Festival
March 22 - March 26
Human rights films.
Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
(31) 020-626-4436
www.amnesty.nl/filmfestival

Annual Florida Film Festival. Through April 2.
March 24 - April 2
Maitland, Fla.
(407) 629-1088
www.floridafilmfestival.org

Annual GLAAD Media Awards
March 27
Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation. One of 4 events.
Mariott Marquis Hotel, New York.
(212) 629-3322
www.glaad.org

Annual Sports Emmy Awards nominations announced
March 29
Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
TBA, New York.
(212) 484-9413
www.emmyonline.org

8th annual Method Fest
March 31 - April 7
Celebrating breakout acting performances in independent film.
Calabasas, Calif.
(310) 535-9230
www.methodfest.com

Annual Sarasota Film Festival
March 31 - April 9
Sarasota, Fla.
(941) 364-9514
www.sarasotafilmfestival.com

Global Conference
Presented by the Milken Institute
Los Angeles, Calif.
(310) 998-2605
www.milken-inst.org

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