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AFI Alumni Nominations at the 95th Academy Awards

AFI Alums and their projects are on the road to gold! Today, the Academy announced the nominations for the 95th Annual Academy Awards® and we are incredibly proud of the AFI Alums nominated for their amazing work this year. Congratulations to AFI Conservatory Alums Todd Field (AFI Class of 1992) for his Best Picture, Director and Original Screenplay nominations for TÁR and Diane Becker (AFI Class of 2006) for her Best Documentary Feature nomination for NAVALNY.

AFI Conservatory Alumni Nominated for Academy Awards®

Best Picture

TÁR

–Todd Field (AFI Class of 1992), Writer/Director/Producer

Best Director

TÁR

–Todd Field (AFI Class of 1992), Writer/Director/Producer

Best Original Screenplay

TÁR

–Todd Field (AFI Class of 1992), Writer/Director/Producer

Best Documentary Feature Film

NAVALNY

–Diane Becker (AFI Class of 2006), Producer

 

Please also join us in celebrating all the AFI Alumni involved in the creation of the extraordinary works of art honored by the Academy this year. To learn more about the AFI Conservatory, named the #1 film school in the nation, visit AFI.edu.AFI Conservatory, named the #1 film school in the nation, visit AFI.edu.

Academy Award® Nominations for AFI Alumni Projects 

Best Picture

ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT

–Daniel Dreifuss (AFI Class of 2007), Producer

–Thorsten Schumacher (AFI Class of 2001), Executive Producer

 

AVATAR: THE WAY OF WATER

–Aashrita Kamath (AFI Class of 2013), Supervising Art Director

–Anne Costa (AFI Class of 2010), Assistant Art Director

–Daniel Frank (AFI Class of 2015), Set Designer

–Haisu Wang (AFI Class of 2014), Specialist Set Designer

 

ELVIS

–Jeremy Doner (AFI Class of 1994), Writer

 

EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE

–Todd Makurath (AFI Class of 2005), Executive Producer

–Zekun Mao (AFI Class of 2017), Assistant Editor

–Aashish D’Mello (AFI Class of 2017), Assistant Editor

 

THE FABELMANS

–Sarah Broshar (AFI Class of 2005), Editor

–Janusz Kamiński (AFI Class of 1987), Cinematographer

–David Lynch (AFI Class of 1970), Actor

–Andrew Max Cahn (AFI Class of 1992), Supervising Art Director

–Katelynn Wheelock (AFI Class of 2010), Assistant Art Director

 

TÁR

–Ray Harvie (AFI Class of 1992), Storyboard Artist

 

TOP GUN: MAVERICK

–Claudia Ethridge (AFI Class of 2018), Art Department Assistant

–Holly Dorff (AFI Class of 1999), ADR Voice Casting

 

Best International Feature Film

ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT

–Daniel Dreifuss (AFI Class of 2007), Producer

–Thorsten Schumacher (AFI Class of 2001), Executive Producer

 

Best Animated Feature Film

THE SEA BEAST

–Mattson Tomlin (AFI Class of 2014), Story Consultant

 

TURNING RED

–John Roesch (AFI Class of 1997), Foley Artist

 

Best Film Editing

EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE

–Zekun Mao (AFI Class of 2017), Assistant Editor

–Aashish D’Mello (AFI Class of 2017), Assistant Editor

 

Best Production Design

AVATAR: THE WAY OF WATER

–Aashrita Kamath (AFI Class of 2013), Supervising Art Director

–Anne Costa (AFI Class of 2010), Assistant Art Director

–Daniel Frank (AFI Class of 2015), Set Designer

 

BABYLON

–David Moreau (AFI Class of 2006), Model Maker

 

THE FABELMANS

–Andrew Max Cahn (AFI Class of 1992), Supervising Art Director

–Katelynn Wheelock (AFI Class of 2010), Assistant Art Director

 

Best Short Film (Live Action)

IVALU

–Kim Magnusson (AFI Class of 1991), Producer

 

Best Documentary Short

STRANGER AT THE GATE

–Eric Nichols (AFI Class of 2013), Executive Producer

 

The 95th Academy Awards ceremony will take place on Sunday, March 12, 2023, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles.

If you missed it, watch the nominations here:

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