SCAD aTVfest 2021 will celebrate many different genres of television.
The schedule for this year’s virtual SCAD aTVfest has been released and passes are now available for purchase.
The lineup includes series from a wide variety of networks and streaming platforms. Think NBC, ABC, CBS Studios, Amazon Prime, Apple TV+, HBO and so many more!
The guest list also casts a wide net. Actor, producer, costume designer, and writer are just a handful of job titles you will find among this year’s panelists.
The virtual format for SCAD aTVfest 2021 makes the event accessible right from your couch. Sit back and hear from this year’s festival honorees including:
- Bryan Cranston, Icon Award
- Cynthia Erivo, Spotlight Award
- Javicia Leslie, Rising Star Award
- Chrissy Metz, Vanguard Award
- Jurnee Smollett, Distinguished Performance Award
- Kenan Thompson, Virtuoso Award
- Cast of Good Girls, Maverick Cast Award
Screenings and Panels
Screenings are scheduled throughout each day with panels to follow. Panelists may include cast members, showrunners and/or other members of the creative team.
For All Mankind (Apple TV+), Everything’s Gonna Be Okay (Freeform), Superstore (NBC), Queen Sugar (OWN), The Unicorn (CBS Studios), Your Honor (Showtime)
Delilah (OWN), The Goldbergs (ABC), Tell Me Your Secrets (Amazon Prime Video), Woke (Hulu), This Is Us (NBC), Lovecraft Country (HBO)
A Million Little Things (ABC), Good Trouble (Freeform), Nancy Drew (The CW), It’s a Sin (HBO Max), Kenan (NBC), Batwoman (The CW), Good Girls (NBC)
Topical panels include discussions about visual effects, animation, costuming, writing and more. SCAD alumni will also be on hand to talk about their careers in the television industry.
Check out the full schedule for the virtual SCAD aTVfest February 4 – 6 at aTVfest.com. Both single day and 3-day passes are available for the popular festival, the only one of its kind in the state of Georgia.
SCAD, short for The Savannah College of Art and Design, has a global presence with approximately 15,000 students studying across more than 40 different majors. You can learn more about “The University for Creative Careers” at SCAD’s website.
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