Events in Film & Television in February 2014

  • Feb 2 Super Bowl XLVIII: Seattle Seahawks defeat Denver Broncos 42-8, most viewed television event in the United States with over 111 million viewers

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Feb 6 Jay Leno ends his time on "The Tonight Show"

TV Host and Comedian Jay Leno
TV Host and Comedian
Jay Leno
  • Feb 6 64th Berlin International Film Festival: "Black Coal, Thin Ice" wins the Golden Bear
  • Feb 11 11 people are killed after a grenade was tossed into a movie theatre in Peshawar, Pakistan

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Feb 14 Actress Ellen Page comes out as gay in a speech at the Human Rights Campaign's "Time to Thrive" conference

Actress Ellen Page
Actress
Ellen Page
  • Feb 16 67th British Film and Television Awards (BAFTAS): "12 Years a Slave" Best Film, Alfonso Cuaron Best Director

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Feb 17 The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon premieres on NBC

Comedian and TV Host Jimmy Fallon
Comedian and TV Host
Jimmy Fallon
  • Feb 22 45th NAACP Image Awards: "12 Years a Slave" wins Outstanding Motion Picture

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Feb 26 Seth Rogen testifies about Alzheimer's disease before the United States Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services

Actor & Writer Seth Rogen
Actor & Writer
Seth Rogen