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The Academy and Twitter Wants to Send Fans to Next Year’s Oscars

The Academy and Twitter Wants to Send Fans to Next Year’s Oscars

The Academy is inviting fans to discuss exciting announcements on the platform, debate the best film of the year, and vote on their favorite classic movie moments with activations #OscarsFanFavorite and #OscarsCheerMoment that both kicked off today.

Winning tweets will be showcased at the Oscars ceremony and participants on Twitter will have the chance to win an assortment of prizes – including the opportunity to present an award at the 95th Oscars in 2023. 

  • #OscarsFanFavorite – From Feb 14-March 3, fans can vote on Twitter for their favorite film from 2021 by posting with #OscarsFanFavorite or submitting to, and that winning fan-favorite film with the most votes will be announced during the 94th Oscars broadcast. Participating movie-lovers of #OscarsFanFavorite will have the chance to win an all-expense-paid trip to LA to attend the 95th Oscars in 2023… and actually present a winning Oscars trophy. (Three winners randomly selected) 
  • #OscarsCheerMoment – 
    • Oscars Cheer Moment Phase 1: February 14th – February 20th
    • Oscars Cheer Moment Phase 2: February 24th – March 3rd
  • The Academy is asking fans to submit their favorite movie moments when audiences couldn’t help but erupt into cheers in theaters with #OscarsCheerMoment.  The winning scenes will be showcased in-show with fan Tweets, and 5 lucky audience members that engage in #OscarsCheerMoment will receive the ultimate “For Movie Lovers Only” prize pack, including tickets to a full year of free movies in a theater of their choice, streaming subscriptions, and exclusive items from the Academy Museum Store. 
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“We’re thrilled to partner with Twitter to help build an engaged and excited digital audience leading up to this year’s ceremony,” said Meryl Johnson, Vice President of Digital Marketing at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. “The Oscars are an opportunity to bring people around the world together through their shared movie love, and through these activations social media users around the world now have more opportunities to engage with the show in real-time, find a community, and be a part of the experience in ways they’ve never been able to before.”

Sarah Rosen, Head of U.S. Entertainment & News Partnerships at Twitter – “Twitter is the place to be during award shows and The Oscars is one of the biggest conversation drivers every year. Launching these innovative, fan-first activations on Twitter is an exciting way to further engage movie fans and celebrate their love and passion for the films released this year. The idea that a movie fan might see their Tweet during The Oscars broadcast is pretty epic, and we are thrilled to have the opportunity to partner with The Academy to bring this to life.”

Join the conversation now at The Academy’s Twitter (@TheAcademy).

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