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American Film Institute Announces AFI Awards 2012 Official Selections

Posted December 10, 2012 06:58 PM by Webmaster

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The American Film Institute (AFI) has announced the official selections of AFI AWARDS 2012 - "the awards season event favored by artists and entertainment executives for its intimacy and collaborative recognition where everyone is a winner - that documents the year's most outstanding achievements in film and television." They are grouped in two lists, each featuring ten selections.

Amongst the feature film nominees are Benh Zeitlin's Beasts of the Southern Wild, Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom, Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises, as well as Kathryn Bigelow's latest film, Zero Dark Thirty.

The selected TV programs include Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, Mad Men, and The Walking Dead, amongst others.

AFI will honor the creative ensembles for each of the selections at an invitation-only luncheon on Friday, January 11, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.

Below are the complete lists, with the titles that are currently available on Blu-ray or announced for release highlighted.

AFI Movies of the Year

1. Argo
2. Beasts of the Southern Wild
3. The Dark Knight Rises
4. Django Unchained
5. Les Miserables
6. Life of Pi
7. Moonrise Kingdom
8. Lincoln
9. Silver Linings Playbook
10. Zero Dark Thirty

AFI TV Programs of the Year

1. American Horror Story: Asylum
2. Breaking Bad
3. Game Change
4. Game of Thrones
5. Girls
6. Homeland
7. Louie
8. Mad Men
9. Modern Family
10. The Walking Dead


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NY Yankees 23 2
  Dec 10, 2012
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No Skyfall?
retablo
  Dec 10, 2012
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LOL @ TDKR and Girls

majorkonig41
  Dec 10, 2012
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The Dark Knight rises was good. Top 10 worthy? Absolutely not. Moonrise Kingdom was unwatchable.

Doomnaut
  Dec 10, 2012
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No The Master? lol @ this list. Most of these films won't be remembered in the future.
buck135
  Dec 10, 2012
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No Boardwalk Empire?
hahe71
  Dec 10, 2012
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@NY Yankees 23 2. Skyfall might be considered a "British" movie since it's Bond and produced by two British people and directed by one. AFI only awards American made movies. Last year The Artist and Harry Potter got special awards outside the top 10 because they weren't American made and same with The King's Speech the year before. Although it puzzles me that Les Miserables made the cut considering that is also produced and directed by British people so who really knows this year.

ddufremle
  Dec 10, 2012
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Sons of Anarchy shouldn't have just made the list of best TV shows, it should have topped it.

rollinwith26s
  Dec 10, 2012
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I was skeptical about TDKR at first, but the more I watch it the more I appreciate it.

brainofj72
  Dec 10, 2012
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AFI is a joke.
animefan77
  Dec 10, 2012
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I haven't seen half of the list so can't comment on it, but surprised that "Flight" isn't on the list.
Guess I will watch the others and make my opinion then.

maybe a spoiler... for Argo





I did like the Argo overall, but didn't like the suspense at the end. They put every cliche suspense moment that can happen that it actually took me out of enjoying the movie and made me wonder about the "based" on truth part. It was "too Hollywood" - or maybe that was the point?

Darth Marcus
  Dec 10, 2012
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So many movies to see that I have yet to see! Glad to see Moonrise Kingdom and The Dark Knight Rises finding some love during awards season! I still really want to see Lincoln and Argo. Can't wait for Zero Dark Thirty and Django Unchained!

ChadFL
  Dec 11, 2012
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I'm in agreement with most of the selections... but Girls? That's a truly horrible show. A little surprised Dark Knight Rises is there too. It was good but definitely not a great film.

the revelator
  Dec 11, 2012
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where is The Master?

JHas
  Dec 11, 2012
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I agree with the sentiment about Girls. I didn't like Tiny Furniture, gave Girls a chance (heck I've watched almost all the episodes) and it's garbage. It's almost like people say they like it to appear intellectual.
filmczy
  Dec 11, 2012
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I was really disappointed in ARGO...no suspense and Affleck should not have cast himself in the lead...

Don't understand why all the critics are tripping over themselves with praise for this one...

I found nothing award-worthy about it...

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Kratos3
  Dec 11, 2012
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I can't believe they didn't have my favorite movies or tv shows from this year.........

brainofj72
  Dec 11, 2012
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All this Lena Dunham hate is just sad.

BurningFire333
  Dec 11, 2012
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I love seeing The Dark Knight Rises make this list. I'm admittedly biased as a big Batman fan and Nolan fan, but I think people are really overlooking the quality of this film. Nolan took Bruce Wayne to a very brave, surprising place and the goals of Bane are richer and more nuanced than people are giving the writers credit for. There are really two distinct camps for this film: those who have seen it once and those who have seen it at least twice. The film has a complex plot that leaves most folks' head spinning with questions after the first viewing, but everything falls in place quite nicely upon second and third viewings. If anyone out there only saw it only once and was disappointed, I'd suggest giving the film another shot. I have three different friends who were really disappointed after their first viewing who fell in love with it after seeing it a second time.

Petyr_Baelish
  Dec 12, 2012
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The dark knight rises and girls are on the list because some people had a different opinion than others about the film. Lol all you want, but the truth is people have opinions. If you went to college you would know that. Grow up or keep up with the LOLing, and the I'm shocked that made the list. It should never be shocking that someone sees something different from you.


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