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Formovie Oscars Special: From Dolby Theater to Your Living Room

Formovie Oscars Special: From Dolby Theater to Your Living Room

There’s no better way to judge the success of a movie or actor than to consider how many Oscars they have to their name. The truth is, even just a nomination is enough. The Academy Awards, presented annually by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, are fast building up to their centennial year, and 2024 will be the 96th time that all the best movie makers of the world will gather in hopes of being crowned the year’s best entertainer. 


This year’s Oscars will be hosted at the Dolby Theater, otherwise known as the home of the Academy Awards. It’s undoubtedly the best place in the world to experience films with the vivid color of Dolby Vision and the captivating sound of Dolby Atmos because the 3200-seater cinema is fine-tuned by the masters of the Dolby experience themselves. 


Unless you’ll be one of the 3200 people at the theater on March 10th when the awards take place, one of the most immersive experiences you’ll have of the Academy Awards is on a Formovie projector, complete with Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision certification. You’ll be able to see, from the comfort of your living room, who the best actors and what the best movies of 2023 are, and who will be walking away with an Oscar in 2024. 


This blog will highlight all of the best movies of 2023 that have been nominated for an Oscar, as well as where you can watch them in the build-up to the Academy Awards on your Formovie projector. Don’t have a Formovie projector yet? Not to worry, we’ll also explore which projector is the best option for you based on your viewing options. 

 

Who Are the Nominees for the 2024 Oscars?

As mentioned above, being nominated for an Oscar is almost as big of a deal as actually winning one… Almost. All of the actors, directors, and animators in the list below created nothing short of masterpieces last year, so even if your favorite doesn’t win, you can have an incredible experience of trying to figure out who will when you watch the movies for yourself. This list also includes the nominees for the best animated feature film, so you also have the option to make this a family affair.

Source: OPPENHEIMER

 

Best Picture Nominees

Animated Feature Film Nominees

AMERICAN FICTION


ANATOMY OF A FALL


BARBIE


THE HOLDOVERS


KILLERS OF THE FLOWER MOON


MAESTRO


OPPENHEIMER


PAST LIVES


POOR THINGS


THE ZONE OF INTEREST

THE BOY AND THE HERON


ELEMENTAL


NIMONA


ROBOT DREAMS


SPIDER-MAN: ACROSS THE SPIDER-VERSE



Entertainment Weekly and Awards Watch predict that Oppenheimer will take home the Oscar for Best Picture, and Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse will be the winner in the Animated Feature Film category. 

 

Where’s the Best Place to Watch the Academy Awards?

The best place to watch the Oscars is at home, on the massive screen of your projector. If you have a FormovieTHEATER, you have everything you need to simulate an experience at the actual Dolby Theater. And if you’re rolling with the Xming Page One, then you can set up your own Red Carpet affair anywhere you’d like!


On a serious note… You can stream the entire event, from the Red Carpet show hosted by E!, right down to the most coveted awards of the night and thank you speeches, directly from either one of these two projectors. 


USA Today reports that the 96th Academy Awards will be live aired by ABC and abc.com. Viewers can also stream it from the ABC app via connected devices such as Roku, AppleTV and Amazon Fire TV. ABC is one of the 800 free TV channels that you can watch on Google TV, the native OS of the Xming Page One. 


Which Formovie Projector Is Best for You?

This part of the blog is for the projector enthusiasts who are yet to join the Formovie family, those who seek the thrill of immersive entertainment but are still considering their options. You’ve come to the right place. Let’s explore the differences between the Formovie THEATER and Xming Page One to discover which projector is best suited for your entertainment needs. 

Formovie THEATER

Elevate your Oscars night with the Formovie THEATER, the first UST projector featuring Dolby Vision and Dolby ATMOS. This is the ideal projector for those who like to entertain at home because it can transform any viewing experience into a cinematic affair. 


It boasts 4K UHD native resolution, 2800 ANSI lumens peak brightness, and a screen that’s up to 150-inches wide to ensure a stunning display, even in well-lit spaces. With 98% Rec.2020 color gamut coverage, you'll witness over 1 billion colors enhanced with Dolby Vision. The Formovie THEATER strikes a perfect balance between budget-friendly and high-end, retailing for less than $4000.

Xming Page One

Experience the Oscars like never before with the Xming Page One, the world's first Google TV LCD projector with native access to Google TV, Netflix, and external connections. This portable projector is the ultimate companion for those who like to entertain on the fly. The people who are most likely to say “have you seen this movie? Let’s watch it now!”


The Xming Page One delivers cinematic visuals with an adjustable 40 to 120-inch display, native 1080p resolution, and 500 CVIA lumens of brightness, ensuring stunning videos and images in the evening. It has features like auto keystone correction, auto focus, and intelligent obstacle avoidance make it easy to use, providing a smooth and enjoyable viewing experience. 


Bridging the Gap Between Home and Hollywood

So, whether you're a film connoisseur or someone looking for a memorable movie night, the Oscars are calling, and Formovie projectors stand ready to elevate your viewing experience. Whether it's the immersive Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision capabilities of the Formovie THEATER or the convenience and versatility of the Xming Page One, these projectors offer a front-row seat experience to the glamor and excitement of the Academy Awards. Bring Hollywood home with Formovie and the 96th Academy Awards.

 

 

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