Oscars: Complete Guide to 2023 Red Carpet Events and Parties (Updating)


From Vanity Fair and Elton John’s starry bashes to fashionable soirees by Chanel and Versace,

Billie Eilish at Vanity Fair’s Oscar party in 2022. KARWAI TANG/GETTY IMAGES

Event producers are gearing up to roll out miles of red carpet in Los Angeles this week for what is shaping up to be a packed schedule of starry parties and gatherings to celebrate the 95th annual Academy Awards. The Hollywood Reporter has gathered intel on all the events below.

Monday, March 6

International Women’s Day Summit
Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills, 9850 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, 5-7 p.m.
Hosted by Visionary Women, the event honors Maria Shriver, Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt and Christina Schwarzenegger as Changemakers of the Year. Co-chaired by Shelley Reid and Thea Andrews Wolf, the event celebrates powerful and inspiring women who have influenced meaningful social change. In partnership with the Hostetler/Wrigley Foundation, Visionary Women also will be announcing the recipient of the annual Visionary Prize for Women’s Economic Empowerment. Visionary Women’s International Women’s Day Celebration is sponsored by Maurice and Paul Marciano Foundation, Hostetler/Wrigley Foundation and media sponsor The Wall Street Journal. Giselle Fernandez hosts.

Tuesday, March 7

EMILY’S List 6th Annual Pre-Oscars Breakfast
Beverly Hilton, 9876 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, 9 a.m.
Themed ‘How Women Change The World,’ the event explores the representation of women in entertainment and the impact of storytelling in politics with opening remarks from California lieutenant governor Eleni Koulanakis and a speech by org president Laphonza Butler. Panelists include Sophia Bush, Amber Riley, Indya Moore, Lisa Ann Walter and Massachusetts attorney general Andrea Joy Campbell with Garcelle Beauvais as moderator. Actress and EMILY’s List board member Yvette Nicole Brown will sit for a chat with Los Angeles mayor Karen Bass. The host committee includes Amber Tamblyn, Amy Landecker, Anjali Bhimani, Desiree Flores, Emmy Rossum, Gloria Calderón Kellett, Lisa Ann Walter, Lizzie Thompson, René Jones, Sara Benincasa, Tracy Brennan and WME.

Gold House’s A Gold Toast to Community, Progress and Opportunity
Harriet’s Rooftop, 1 Hotel, 8490 Sunset Blvd., 8:30 p.m.
Gold House toasts multicultural achievements across filmmaking including a historic number of Oscar nominations for the Asian Pacific community. Confirmed attendees include Sachin Bhatt, Joel Kim Booster, Aneesh Chaganthy, Vinny Chhibber, Sherry Cola, Destin Daniel Cretton, Dumbfounded, Alma Har’el, Jason Y. Lee, Guneet Monga, Rishi Rajani, Swati Shetty, Maia and Alex Shibutani, Phillip Sun, Kara Wang and Janet Yang.

Wednesday, March 8

Animation Short Film and Animated Feature Film
Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, 6067 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, 11 a.m. screening of short films followed by 1 p.m. panel with nominees; 3 p.m. encore screening of shorts and 6 p.m. panel of feature film nominees
Nominees in the animated short film and animated feature categories will be in conversation in the David Geffen Theater. Animated short nominees include The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse, The Flying Sailor, Ice Merchants, My Year of Dicks and An Ostrich Told Me the World is Fake and I Think I Believe It. Animated feature nominees include Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio, Marcel the Shell with Shoes On, Puss in Boots: The Last Wish, The Sea Beast and Turning Red. Access to all Oscar Week programs will be first come, first served.
Time’s Women of the Year
Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, 300 South Doheny Dr., 6 p.m.
A dinner and celebration featuring insights from extraordinary women with presenting partner P&G and supporting partner Fiji Water. The event will feature a special performance from honoree Phoebe Bridgers and appearances by honorees Cate Blanchett, Ayisha Siddiqa, Angela Bassett, Quinta Brunson, Ramla Ali, Olena Shevchenko and Masih Alinejad. P&G is on board as presenting partner, along with Fiji Water as a supporting partner.
Gucci Osteria Dinner
Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura, 347 N. Rodeo Dr., Beverly Hills, 6 p.m.
Chef Massimo Bottura will join head chef Mattia Agazzi for a one-night-only exclusive dinner, available with exclusive first access to global dining access by Resy members. The special event marks a reunion between Bottura and mentee Agazzi and Bottura’s very first time cooking at the restaurant. There will be one seating featuring a six-course tasting menu priced at $500 per person.

Vanity Fair and TikTok Celebrate Vanities: A Night for Young Hollywood 
Mes Amis, 1541 Wilcox Ave., Hollywood
The private event — co-hosted by a committee of rising stars who have been featured in VF’s Vanities column and part of VF’s Campaign Hollywood series — spotlights the actors, musicians, artists and #filmtok community that make up the new creative class. Don Julio and Johnnie Walker will be the exclusive tequila and whiskey sponsors pouring at Vanity Fair’s Campaign Hollywood events throughout the week.
Nordic Oscar Week
Los Angeles, venues include 5757 Wilshire Blvd., Suite M101 and Andaz West Hollywood, 8401 Sunset Blvd., March 8-12 with daily programming from 2 p.m.
The Nordic Embassies and NOW (Nordic Oscar Week) are partnering on a 10-year anniversary celebration that will feature a three-day conference and culminate in an official Oscar viewing party and red carpet celebration. The 2023 NOW conference will highlight Nordic success stories and explore how they help create new opportunities in the entertainment industry. Daily events will focus on film and television (March 8), music (March 9), gaming (March 10) and screenings (March 10). NOW is produced by Stefan Dahlkvist, Ilana Pinker and Dave Spilde. For a full list of events, speakers and viewing party details, click here. Nordic Oscar Week is supported by the Nordic Council of Ministers.

Thursday, March 9

Documentary Short Film and Documentary Feature Film
Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, 6067 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, 11 a.m. screening of shorts and 1 p.m. panel with shorts nominees, 3 p.m. encore shorts screenings and 6 p.m. panel with documentary feature nominees
Nominees in the documentary categories will be in conversation in the David Geffen Theater. Doc short film nominees include The Elephant Whisperers, Haulout, How do you Measure a Year?, The Martha Mitchell Effect and Stranger at the Gate. Documentary feature nominees include All that Breathes, All the Beauty and the Bloodshed, Fire of Love, A House Made of Splinters and Navalny. Access to all Oscar Week programs will be first come, first served.

Green Carpet Fashion Awards
NeueHouse Hollywood, 6121 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, 6:30 p.m.
Founder Livia Firth, co-chairs Cate Blanchett, Quannah Chasinghorse, Viola Davis, Tom Ford, Simu Liu and Simone Ashley are expected, along with GCFA board members Amber Valletta, Bethann Hardison, Christopher Bevans and Tonne Goodman. Honorees include Ford, Gabriela Hearst, Elizabeth Stewart, Minister of Indigenous Peoples of Brazil Sonia Guajajara, UNLESS Collective co-founder Eric Liedtke, Gucci and more TBA. Strategic partners include L’Oreal, Farfetch, 1 Hotel West Hollywood, Candiani Denim and Lucara.
The 5th Annual MACRO Pre-Oscars Party
Private location, Los Angeles, 9 p.m.
The invite-only bash — hosted by MACRO’s Charles D. King and Stacey Walker King — returns with an exclusive event presented by Chase Sapphire.

Oscar Wilde Awards
Bad Robot, 1221 Olympic Blvd., Santa Monica
Created by the US-Ireland Alliance, the awards celebrate work of those from Ireland — and some who are not — who contribute to movies, TV and music. The Quiet Girl, the first Irish-language film nominated for an Oscar for best international feature, will receive special recognition at the 17th annual fete. Director Colm Bairéad and producer Cleona Ní Chrualaoí will accept. Also honored: best supporting actress nominee Kerry Condon of The Banshees of Inisherin, Jessie Buckley of Women Talking and Flora and Son actress Eve Hewson. Expected attendees: Oscar nominees Richie Baneham (best visual effects for Avatar: The Way of Water), Jonathan Redmond (film editing, Elvis) and Tom Berkeley and Ross White (writers, directors and producers of the live-action short An Irish Goodbye). The Coronas will perform.

South Asian Excellence Pre-Oscars Celebration  
Paramount Pictures Studios, 5515 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles
This annual event is hosted by Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Anjula Acharia, with 2023 co-hosts Malala Yousafzai, Mindy Kaling, Kumail Nanjiani, Kal Penn, Aziz Ansari, Bela Bajaria, Radhika Jones, Joseph Patel, Shruti Ganguly and Anita Chatterjee. There will be musical performances by Ali Sethi, DJ Rekha, and Sway Bhatia. 
Essence 16th Annual Black Women in Hollywood Awards
Fairmont Century Plaza, 2025 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles, 11 a.m. cocktails, 12:30 p.m. show
The magazine puts on its annual Oscar week event with a roster of honorees that include The Woman King director Gina Prince-Bythewood, Freeform president Tara Duncan, Till star Danielle Deadwyler, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever star Dominique Thorn and Abbott Elementary Emmy winner Sheryl Lee Ralph. Presenters include Yara Shahidi, Chinonye Chukwu and more. Sponsored by Coca-Cola and Netflix’s Queen Charlotte.
38th Artios Awards
The Beverly Hilton Hotel, 9876 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, 4 p.m.
Artios Awards honors casting professionals in more than 20 categories spanning film, TV and theater. Nominees and winners are voted on by members of the Casting Society. Host Yvette Nicole Brown, Lynn Stalmaster Award honoree Rita Moreno, Hoyt Bowers Award honoree Leslee Feldman, Rosalie Joseph Humanitarian Award honoree Jessica Sherman, CSA President Destiny Lilly, actors Utkarsh Ambudkar, Anna Camp, Melanie Lynskey and Sam Richardson with additional nominees, CSA board of directors and special guests to be confirmed.


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