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THE GRADUATE Film Still - Dustin Hoffman

THE GRADUATE (1967) – AFI Movie Club

Directed by Mike Nichols and starring Dustin Hoffman – both recipients of the AFI Life Achievement Award, the highest honor for a career in film – THE GRADUATE (1967) earned recognition across several of  AFI’s lists of film’s finest. Among its well-deserved accolades, THE GRADUATE appeared on both lists of the greatest American films of...
Ishtar Film Still - Dustin Hoffman and Warren Beatty

AFI Movie Club: ISHTAR

The story of a clueless singer-songwriter duo whose delusions of grandeur position them at the center of an international incident, ISHTAR was written and directed by comedy icon Elaine May and stars two AFI Life Achievement Award honorees – Warren Beatty (who also produced) and Dustin Hoffman. Close Close Close HOW TO WATCH Where to...
Midtnight Cowboy Film Still - Dustin Hoffman and Jon Voight

AFI Movie Club: MIDNIGHT COWBOY

Starring AFI Life Achievement honoree Dustin Hoffman and Jon Voight, MIDNIGHT COWBOY appears across a number of AFI’s lists of the greatest American films of all time – including both its original and 10th anniversary edition of AFI’s 100 YEARS…100 MOVIES, as well as the American Film Institute’s celebrations of cinema’s greatest songs and movie quotes.  Close Close...
Little Big Man Film Still - Dustin Hoffman and Chief Dan George

AFI Movie Club: LITTLE BIG MAN

A revisionist western that satirized and subverted the mythology of the genre – and of America itself, LITTLE BIG MAN stars AFI Life Achievement Award recipient Dustin Hoffman.  Click Here to Find Out How to Watch LITTLE BIG MAN Now LITTLE BIG MAN – Reelgood Watch Chris Eyre’s introduction of the film: Trivia About Today’s Movie DID…
Tootsie Film Still - Dustin Hoffman and Sydney Pollack

AFI Movie Club: TOOTSIE

TOOTSIE appears on three of AFI’s lists of the greatest American films – most notably ranked #2 on AFI’s 100 YEARS…100 LAUGHS list, which chronicles the funniest films ever to grace the silver screen.     Watch J.J. Abrams Announce the Film:   Movie Trivia about TOOTSIE –DID YOU KNOW it took star Dustin Hoffman…

Did You Know? The first X-rated film to be nominated for an Academy Award was…

Fifty years ago this year, MIDNIGHT COWBOY was the first X-rated film to be nominated for and win an Academy Award. It won an Oscar for Best Picture, Directing and Writing at the 42 Academy Awards on April 7, 1970. Despite the X-rating, which prevented a wide release, it became one of the top-grossing films…
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