SCAD TVfest returns for its 12th year February 7- 10.
You read correctly! This year’s TV centric festival includes 4 days of programming up from last year’s three. A new venue is on the agenda as well. We shared news of the magnificent new SCADshow theater on the Midtown Atlanta campus earlier this year.
The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) hosts the star-studded event that boasts panels, premiere screenings, award presentations and more. SCAD TVfest brings together students, industry talent and experts, plus the general public, for a rich and curated offering of events. The festival allows attendees to learn more about television from diverse perspectives including the pitch process, casting, costuming, performance, post-production and much more in between.
SCAD released the full schedule of events on Thursday, which can be found here. Festival passes are currently available for purchase. Tickets for singular events will go on sale January 31st.
The opening night gala includes the season 2 premiere screening of Max original series Tokyo Vice followed by a panel with actors and executive producers for the show. Content from a wide assortment of networks and streaming services will be celebrated throughout the festival including Prime Video’s The Second Best Hospital in the Galaxy, HBO’s The Gilded Age, Manhunt from Apple TV+, Genius: MLK/X from National Geographic, Hallmark’s The Way Home, and NBC’s Extended Family, just to name a few.
SCAD TVfest 2024 Honorees
SCAD TVfest will present awards to an impressive list of honorees for work in front of and behind the camera including:
- Matt Bomber slated to receive The Hollywood Reporter‘s Trailblazer Award
- Joel Kim Booster to be honored with the Rising Star Award
- Kelsey Grammer to accept the Legend of Television Award
- George Lopez to be recognized with the Lifetime Achievement Award
- Sonequa Martin-Green to be celebrated with the Spotlight Award
- Charlotte Stoudt to be honored with the Variety Showrunner Award
- Josie Totah to be welcomed with the Rising Star Award
- Ken Watanabe to be recognized with the Virtuoso Award
Start reviewing the SCAD TVfest 2024 schedule now to make your selections for a dynamic and up-close look at all things TV.
SCAD, dubbed “The University for Creative Careers” has a global presence with over 17,000 students studying across 100 different degree programs including both undergraduate and graduate studies. Learn more about the university at SCAD’s website.
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