FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, APRIL 9, 2013, LOS ANGELES, CA – The American Film Institute (AFI) announced today its collaboration with Target and MAGNUM® Ice Cream Bar for the return of the special one-night-only event, Target Presents AFI Night at the Movies. The concept for the event was conceived in 2007 when the American Film Institute and Target partnered to kick off Target Presents AFI’s 40th Anniversary with an original evening dedicated to AFI’s history. Launched in 1989, MAGNUM was the first handheld ice cream targeted as a premium adult offering. AFI is America’s promise to preserve the history of the motion picture, to honor the artists and their work and to educate the next generation of storytellers. The American Film Institute Showcase at Disney's Hollywood permanently closed on Sunday August 17 2014, bringing to an end another of the original Studios exhibits. American Film Institute exhibit - LobbyThe AFI Showcase exhibit was part of the Studio Backlot Tour, with it being the final stop and exit of the attraction.
Also now permanently closed is The Showcase Shop, which sold movie memorabilia and collectibles, and more recently took the stock from the now closed Sid Cahuenga's One of A Kind.
Visit the AFI Showcase gallery for photos from the last day of operation for a look at the exhibit, and The Showcase Shop.
Gareth Paul Cox has been invited to attend the American Film Institute as a cinematography fellow this fall, 2011-2013.

Historic Immaculate Heart College’s 1906 campus buildings now house famed institute and one of the best film and video libraries in the world. The popular program initiated in 2007 will present fans with a rare chance to see classic films alongside the community’s top filmmakers and stars who made them. At this seminal cinematic event, MAGNUM Ice Cream will introduce its newest premium product MAGNUM Gold®. The event brought together 10 film luminaries to present films including Julie Andrews, Warren Beatty, Billy Crystal, Kirk Douglas, Clint Eastwood, Tippi Hedren, Angela Lansbury, George Lucas, Jack Nicholson, Rob Reiner and Sylvester Stallone. Tickets to each individual screening are $30 and include a large popcorn and soda, as well as a Magnum ice cream bar. Since 1946, Target has given 5 percent of its profit through community grants and programs; today, that giving equals more than $4 million a week. Today, MAGNUM is one of the world’s leading ice cream brands, selling one billion units annually worldwide, and it is the biggest brand of Unilever ice creams.
AFI provides leadership in film, television and digital media and is dedicated to initiatives that engage the past, the present and the future of the moving image arts. Over the years, the exhibit was regularly updated to include new props, set pieces, costumes and AFI award recipient information.

Kyrie Cox will continue to produce broadcast, web, and educational video content and will be available for travel.
The list includes many of the years’ most critically admired films and a great many that are without question a part of the Oscar conservation. Target Presents AFI Night at the Movies will take place on Wednesday April 24 at the ArcLight Hollywood. Bookending a year of 40th anniversary events, Target Presents AFI Night at the Movies in 2008 continued to pair classic American films with the stars who made them including Annette Bening, Jim Carrey, Sean Connery, Cameron Diaz, Jodie Foster, Dustin Hoffman, Shirley MacLaine, Steve Martin, Rita Moreno, Mike Myers, Keanu Reeves and Denzel Washington. PARANORMAN Ice Cream Truck To Cool Los Angeles In August – Film Opens Nationwide Aug 17thCongrats To Mel Brooks, The 2013 AFI Life Achivement RecipientLos Angeles Film Critics Names AMOUR Best Film Of 2012. Although in recent years the pace of the updates was reduced, the final exhibit to be displayed paid homage to AFI's 100 Years, 100 Movies. Upon completion of the program he will have an MFA in cinematography and will be pursuing narrative and commercial film projects worldwide.

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