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Latest Videos from AFI FEST!

Marion Cotillard on RUST AND BONE.

Dustin Hoffman shares his experience as director of the film QUARTET.

THE IMPOSSIBLE actor Ewan McGregor tells us what movies mean and have always meant to him.

Director Kim Ki-Duk at a Q & A on PIETA with Lane Kneedler, AFI FEST Associate Director of Programming.

AFI FEST 2012 Trailer #1 - November 1-8 in Hollywood, CA

August 25th marks the 73rd Anniversary of THE WIZARD OF OZ. In this video from the AFI Archives, actors Whoopi Goldberg, Liza Minnelli, Ben Stiller, Sandra Bullock, Rosie Perez, and Debbie Reynolds remember this great American classic.

A sneak peak at the Shirley MacLaine AFI Life Achievement Award show! Jack Black (her co-star in BERNIE) gave this hilarious tribute to Shirley. You can watch the entire show on Sunday, June 24 at 9 pm EST/PST on TV Land! 

The Duplass Brothers at the AFI Conservatory last week, discussing their film THE DO-DECA-PENTATHLON with AFI Fellows.

President Barak Obama celebrates the 50th Anniversary of TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD.

Actor Gary Oldman attended a screening of TINKER TAILOR SOLDIER SPY at AFI and discussed how he sees his character George Smiley’s ability to be patient as a cross between an owl and a spider. He also discussed how he considers this film to be one of the highlights of his career.

Director Martin Scorsese (Oscar Nominated Director of HUGO) talks about the importance of studying past film masters and the American Film Institute’s film preservation efforts.

Today is the 40th Anniversary of A CLOCKWORK ORANGE, released in the US on this day in 1972. In this video clip, actor Malcolm McDowell discusses shooting the infamous “Singing in the Rain” scene, and why the film is a classic. 

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