Nicole Kidman will receive the prize AFI Life Achievement in honor of his film and television career, announced the American Film Institute 🇧🇷AFI🇧🇷 The actress will be honored for the 49th time, in a ceremony scheduled for June 10th of next year, at dolby theater in Los Angeles
In a press release, Kathleen KennedyChairman of the Board of Directors of AFI, explains the choice for the actress. 🇧🇷Nicole Kidman has delighted audiences for decades with the daring of her artistry and the glamor of a screen icon. She is a courageous force in her choices and daring in every performance. AFI is honored to present her with the 49th AFI Life Achievement Awards”, it reads.
The Australian actress began her career in 1983, but critical recognition only came in 2003, when she won the oscar for Best Actress for the film The hours (2002). Still, Kidman had already been nominated for the award for Moulin Rouge! (2001). In addition to the two successes, the actress was also nominated by Other Side of the Heart (2010), Lion – The Long Road Home (2016) and Being the Ricardos (2021). Throughout his career, he also collected three globes of goldthe last one taking place this year for his role in Being The Ricardosin the category of Best Actress in a Dramatic Film.
Now, with the career award from the American Film Institute, the Australian will join a very restricted group of names in the film and television industry. the filmmaker john ford was the first to be recognized with the trophy, in 1973, while Julie Andrews was the last awarded, in June of this year. The list of winners also includes names such as Diane Keaton🇧🇷 George Clooney🇧🇷 denzel washington🇧🇷 Al Pacino and Meryl Streep🇧🇷 The award ceremony takes place on June 10, 2023, at dolby theater in Los Angeles🇧🇷