The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) is back with its 12th annual SCAD TVfest this year and has set its 2024 honorees.
SCAD TVFest celebrates the best in television and streaming and will take place this year at the new, state-of-the art SCADshow theater.
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Honorees this year include Matt Bomer (Fellow Travelers), who will receive The Hollywood Reporter‘s Trailblazer Award; Joel Kim Booster (Loot), who will receive the Rising Star Award; Kelsey Grammer (Fraiser), who will receive the Legend of Television Award; George Lopez (Lopez vs. Lopez), who will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award; Sonequa Martin-Green (Star Trek: Discovery), who will receive the Spotlight Award; Charlotte Stoudt (The Morning Show), who will receive the Variety Showrunner Award; Josie Totah (The Buccaneers), who will receive the Rising Star Award; and Ken Watanabe (Tokyo Vice), who will receive the Virtuoso Award.
Honorees will attend screenings and participate in Q&A highlighting their performances. Additionally, SCAD will present two SCAD45 Awards recognizing graduates who “give all of themselves to their creative careers.” Casting professional Deanna Greif and sound editor Filipe Messeder will receive these honors this year. Moreover, the Opening Night Gala screening is the U.S. season two premiere of the Max Original drama series Tokyo Vice.
“It is always a pleasure to celebrate the best in television at SCAD TVfest in Atlanta,” says Christina Routhier, senior executive director of SCAD theaters and festivals. “From our terrific honorees, including iconic actors Kelsey Grammer, George Lopez, and Ken Watanabe, to our shows and panels lineup featuring some of the most buzzed-about shows like The Gilded Age and The Morning Show, we can’t wait to give Atlantans and our phenomenal SCAD students a full slate of exciting programming.”
Adds SCAD president and founder Paula Wallace: “All eyes in the TV universe look to SCAD — for hiring students and alumni as well as using SCAD’s phenomenal stages for professional productions. Buzz for SCAD TVfest is at a fever pitch this year, with both the expansion of the university’s top-ranked B.F.A. in acting and our elite SCAD Casting Office to SCAD Atlanta. As if that’s not enough, SCAD TVfest guests will also get to experience screenings in our pristine new theater, SCADshow, ensconced within the magnificent new FORTY FIVE, a five-star resort for SCAD Bees in the heart of Midtown. This year’s SCAD TVfest shines bright — just like the Bees who already lend their luster to the best shows on television!”
Visit scadtvfest.com for a full event schedule of panels and guests.
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