O Roteiro do Oscar 2011


O Oscar 2011 terá 3h15m de duração, segundo Fonte Interna do Teatro Kodak, divulgado recentemente. Embora a produção do evento não tenha liberado a lista de apresentadores, ou performances, há um monologo de Billy Cristal confirmado, cuja prenuncio é o próprio show de abertura de James Franco e Anne Hathaway, que serão “inseridos” em cada um dos 10 filmes indicados, à moda do velho apresentador.

O show está dividido em seis partes. Cada uma realçando um momento sublime do cinema. A Parte 1 é “A Glória da sétima Arte” e engloba os Prêmios de Direção de Arte, Fotografia, Animação, além de Melhor Atriz Coadjuvante. A Parte 2 é os “Primórdios do Cinema” com as estatuetas de Roteiro, Filme Estrangeiro e Ator Coadjuvante. A Parte 3 engloba a transição do cinema mudo para o falado, ou seja, todos os Prêmios Técnicos Sonoros, incluindo o primeiro clipe de canções originais. A Parte 4 é a “Técnica e Narrativa” pontuado pelos prêmios de Maquiagem, Direção de Arte, Documentários e Curtas. A Parte 5 é o “Cinema e a Televisão”, com os Oscars de Efeitos Visuais, Montagem e Direção. Por fim, os “big awards” fecham a festa, num grande cenário que honra o glamour de um tapete vermelho.

Eis o line up do Oscar 2011:

5:38: James Franco and Anne Hathaway´s opening performance

5:45: SCENIC TRANSITION #1:
Gone With The Wind (1939)

5:47: AWARD #1
ART DIRECTION, presented by Tom Hanks

5:51: AWARD #2:
CINEMATOGRAPHY, presented by Tom Hanks

5:55: AWARD #3
ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE

6:03: AWARD #4
ANIMATED FEATURE FILM, presented by Justin Timberlake & Mila Kunis

6:05: AWARD #5
ANIMATED SHORT FILM, presented by Justin Timberlake & Mila Kunis

6:14: SCENIC TRANSITION #2
WINGS (1929)

6:16: AWARD #6
ADAPTED SCREENPLAY, presented by Javier Bardem & Josh Brolin

6:19: AWARD #7
ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY, presented by Javier Bardem & Josh Brolin

6:26: AWARD #8
FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM, presented by Russell Brand & Helen Mirren

6:31: AWARD #9
ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE, presented by Reese Witherspoon

6:41: SCENIC TRANSITION #3
BROADWAY MELODY (1930)

6:46: AWARD #10
ORIGINAL SCORE, presented by Nicole Kidman & Hugh Jackman

6:50: AWARD #11
SOUND EDITING, presented by Matthew McConaughey & Scarlett Johansson

6:54: AWARD #12
SOUND MIXING, presented by Matthew McConaughey & Scarlett Johansson

6:58: SCI-TECH AWARDS RECAP, presented by Marisa Tomei

7:03: SCENIC TRANSITION #3
THE LORD OF THE RINGS (2003)

7:05: AWARD #13
MAKEUP, presented by Cate Blanchett

7:09: AWARD #14
COSTUME DESIGN, presented by Cate Blanchett

7:13: MOVIE MUSIC I REMEMBER, presented by Kevin Spacey

7:16: Original Song Performance: TOYS STORY 3 & TANGLED

7:20: AWARD #15
DOCUMENTARY SHORT SUBJECT, presented by Jake Gyllenhaal and Amy Adams

7:24: AWARD #16
LIVE ACTION SHORT FILM, presented by Jake Gyllenhaal and Amy Adams

7:28: AWARD #17
DOCUMENTARY FEATURE, presented by Oprah Winfrey

7:36: SCENIC TRANSITION #4
“The First Televised Oscars In Black & White”

7:38: Billy Crystal´s Monologue

7:43: AWARD #18
VISUAL EFFECTS, presented by Robert Downey Jr. & Jude Law

7:47: AWARD #19
FILM EDITING, presented by Robert Downey Jr. & Jude Law

7:50: Original Song Performance: COUNTRY STRONG & 127 HOURS

7:54: AWARD #20
ORIGINAL SONG, presented by Jennifer Hudson

7:57: IN MEMORIAM, presented by Celine Dion & William Ross

7:58: LENA HORNE TRIBUTE, introduced by Halle Barry

8:06: AWARD #21
DIRECTING, presented by Hilary Swank & Kathryn Bigelow

8:15: JEAN HERSHOLT AWARD / IRVING G. THALBERG MEMORIAL AWARD
TO ELI WALLACH, KEVIN BROWNLOW, FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA & JEAN-LUC GODARD, presented by Annette Bening

8:22: SCENIC TRANSITION #5
“Grauman’s Chinese Theater Premiere”

8:23: AWARD #22
ACTRESS IN A LEADING ROLE, presented by Jeff Bridges

8:31: AWARD #23
ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE, presented by Sandra Bullock

8:38: AWARD #24
BEST MOTION PICTURE, presented by Steven Spielberg

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