The American Film and Television Institute (AFTI) is hosting its annual Galt’s Gulch Gala, an annual event honoring films from the past few years that showcase American filmmakers.
The Gala is the annual showcase for the best and brightest filmmakers and producers in the country, but the event also features an array of special guests, including Academy Award-nominated directors, Oscar winners, and stars.
AFTI’s annual Galas are an opportunity to celebrate the works of these incredible artists and the achievements they have made, including The Hurt Locker, The Revenant, The Danish Girl, American Sniper, Moonlight, and the upcoming film The Martian.
The event will also feature appearances from a diverse group of filmmakers including David Lynch, Alejandro G. Inarritu, and John Crowley.
AFTFI has been hosting the annual event since it was founded in 1972 and will host the 2018 Gala on September 11, 2019.
AFTPI announced in October 2017 that the 2017 Gala would be the last.
The annual event will celebrate American cinema and showcase the talents of the great American filmmakers who have earned the respect and admiration of the industry.
In 2019, AFTPIF will host an additional Gala in New York City, which will feature the film The Neon Demon, the upcoming documentary A Woman of Her Own, and a selection of other films from American film.
AFTSI will also be hosting the 2019 Gala at its Washington, DC headquarters.
The 2019 Galas will be the first since AFTPIs inception in 2012, and will be held in New Orleans, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.
AFTAI’s President and CEO, Brian M. Kerkhoff, said in a statement: “The American Film Industry is in the midst of an extraordinary renaissance, and our filmmakers have inspired countless generations of film-makers, including many of our friends at the Academy Awards.
The American Screen Association has awarded AFTI a 2019 Golden Globe nomination, and we are thrilled to be honored for our contributions to this great industry.”
The American Academy of Arts and Sciences, which includes the American Academy and AFTP, is the first major organization to recognize AFTI, and this year we will be celebrating its history with an exclusive, limited-edition film collection and a live stream of the 2018 Awards Gala.
“The 2019 event will be hosted by AFTA and will include presentations by some of the greatest filmmakers in the business, including the Oscar-nominee Alejandro Gonzalez Inarria, the Academy Award winner Alan Arkin, the Oscar winner Woody Allen, and Academy Award nominee and Emmy Award winner John Ridley.
AFTCI is a non-profit organization that is focused on supporting the cultural and artistic needs of American filmmakers and the American film industry.
AFTM is the organization that manages AFTP and AFTA.
AFT’s mission is to preserve and promote American cinema, and to support the work of the American screen community, through educational, fundraising, and advocacy.
AFTR is the largest and most comprehensive film-making organization in the United States.
AFTB is the only organization dedicated to supporting the careers of the top-tier American filmmakers, and it is dedicated to helping filmmakers make the most of their careers.
AFTN is a nonprofit organization that promotes the art of American cinema.
AFTV is the film academy that supports the careers and artistic achievements of the best American filmmakers in film and television.
AFVF is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated solely to the preservation and promotion of American film and American culture.
AFVA is a nonpartisan organization, dedicated to ensuring the rights of American creators.
AFW is a program of the National Association of Theatre Owners (NATO).
AFWW is a registered trade association.
AFY is a film and video festival.
AFZA is the Association for the Preservation of American Culture (APAC), the largest nonprofit organization in film-production and production design.
AFB is a research and development organization that seeks to enhance the knowledge, experience, and cultural impact of American media, by promoting and encouraging research and innovation.
AFD is the Academy of Dramatic Arts, a nonfiction, nonprofit organization established in 1909.
AFG is a joint project of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), the American Jewish Committee (AJC), the Association of American Publishers, and AFB.
AFH is a federal, nonprofit, non-partisan organization that supports and supports the artistic and creative endeavors of the creative American filmmakers working today.
AFJA is the parent organization of the Academy, AFTC, and an international association of filmmakers.
AFIB is the national association of producers and distributors of American films.
AFM is the producer of the Emmy-nominating Emmy-winning series The Americans, and is a producer and executive producer of numerous feature films, including American Sniper and The Martian, and several documentaries