At the AFI AWARDS 2016 luncheon, AFI asked Amy Adams, Mel Gibson, Donald Glover, Chris Pine, Martin Scorsese, Denzel Washington and many other artists what they’d like you to remember about their movies and TV shows, and why movies and television matter now.
At the AFI AWARDS 2015 ceremony, we asked the creative ensembles behind the year’s most outstanding films and television shows what they’d like you to remember most about their stories many years from now. Watch what the actors, filmmakers and television artists had to say in the video below, featuring J.J. Abrams, Ridley Scott, Steven Spielberg, Jon Hamm, January Jones, Aziz Ansari, Brie Larson, Tracee Ellis Ross, Todd Haynes, O’Shea Jackson, Jr. and many more. See the complete list of AFI AWARDS 2015 Official Selections here. Check out last year’s video almanac here.
The annual AFI AWARDS luncheon opens with the Institute’s signature March of Time montage. This unique chronicle of the evolution of the moving image weaves the year’s most outstanding films and television into the history of the medium, from 1895 to present day. Here’s this year’s March of Time video:
It’s once again time for AFI AWARDS, an annual celebration of outstanding achievements in the moving image arts that recognizes the year’s most culturally and artistically significant works of both film and television. And what a stellar year it has been. AFI AWARDS aren’t like other accolades about the art form — they acknowledge the importance of the collaborative nature of film and TV production and bring together the community’s creative teams, both in front of and behind the camera. As chosen by the jury, the 10 most outstanding movies and 10 most outstanding television programs of 2015 are: MOVIES OF THE…