Casting Society Of America Moves 30th Annual Awards To January

casting_society_20110816221057The Casting Society of America has moved its 30th Artios Awards from its previous annual November slot to January 22, 2015, to take place a week after the 2015 Oscar nominations are announced. The theater, television, and film casting org is also splitting its annual fete into two separate events, with ceremonies to take place the same evening in NYC and LA. The Artios Awards honor casting directors in 29 categories eligible with television, theater, short film, and web projects cast between June 1, 2013 to December 31, 2014. Three additional honors will be announced: The Career Achievement Award, the New York Apple Award for an individual who has made a special commitment to the NY entertainment industry through collaboration with casting directors, and the Hoyt Bowers Award for a casting director for his or her outstanding body of work or meaningful contribution to the profession.

  1. Oh good. Three more awards. Way to make a brutally long evening even longer. Csa, figure out a way to make the show and hour shorter than the oscars, not an hour longer.

    1. This is just poorly written.
      Those are not 3 NEW awards.
      They are IN ADDITION to the ones previously cited in the article.
      There won’t be any more awards given out than in the past.

  2. January seems like a rough time to do it for casting directors that are gearing up and competing with each other on pilots. Rather liked the awards in November.

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