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Is This The Order and Timing For Tonight's Oscars?

Photo of Peter Knegt By Peter Knegt | Indiewire February 24, 2013 at 1:12PM

Are we about to head into a very long night? According to Yair Raveh's popular Israeli film blog cinemascope.co.il -- which is almost always correct in its annual predictions of Oscar's lineup of awards announcements -- the best picture award will be presented at 8:53pm PST, about 3 hours and 23 minutes after the show starts. And that's if everything goes according to plan.
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Are we about to head into a very long night? According to Yair Raveh's popular Israeli film blog cinemascope.co.il -- which is almost always correct in its annual predictions of Oscar's lineup of awards announcements -- the best picture award will be presented at 8:53pm PST, about 3 hours and 23 minutes after the show starts. And that's if everything goes according to plan.

Ravesh offers up an entire rundown of the show on his blog, suggesting the actual awards will kick off with the very tight best supporting actor category at 5:44pm PST. The second acting award -- Anne Hathaway's, most likely -- won't come until 1 hour and 34 minutes later.

Here's his full list of the awards with their time allocations. Check out his blog here.

ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
5:45:09

ANIMATED SHORT FILM
5:54:06

ANIMATED FEATURE FILM
5:56:18

CINEMATOGRAPHY
6:05:13

VISUAL EFFECTS
6:07:43

COSTUME DESIGN
6:14:53

MAKE UP AND HAIR STYLING
6:17:14

LIVE ACTION SHORT FILM
6:30:40

DOCUMENTARY SHORT SUBJECT
6:32:59

DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
6:41:32

FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM
6:48:07

SOUND MIXING
7:08:52

SOUND EDITING
7:14:17

ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
7:19:12

FILM EDITING
7:31:00

PRODUCTION DESIGN
7:47:02

ORIGINAL SCORE
8:08:13

ORIGINAL SONG
8:17:16

ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
8:22:42

ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
8:25:16

DIRECTING
8:32:33

ACTRESS IN A LEADING ROLE
8:39:57

ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE
8:46:29

BEST PICTURE
8:53:29

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