George Clooney to receive AFI Life Achievement Award


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© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd Me talking about being a parent, everyone I know goes through it. In general when you talk to somebody who is in the film industry, we can impart some unique experiences. The film is scheduled for a theatrical release on October 27. It stars Matt Damon and Julianne Moore. Related News
Idris Elba would be a perfect James Bond: George ClooneyGeorge and Amal Clooney donate $1 million in the wake of Charlottesville incidentGeorge and Amal Clooney to help 3,000 Syrian refugees go to school in LebanonAmerican actor, filmmaker and producer George Clooney will be the 46th recipient of the AFI Life Achievement Award. Asked whether parenthood has changed him, Clooney said: “Well, it’s a funny thing. Clooney has won a best actor Academy Award for his role in ‘Syrian’ and a Best Picture Oscar as a producer for Ben Affleck directorial ‘Argo’. He has also received Best Actor Oscar nominations for ‘Michael Clayton’, ‘Up in the Air’ and ‘The Descendants’; directing and screenplay nods for ‘Good Night, and Good Luck’; and a screenplay nomination for ‘The Ides of March’. 2017-10-06T15:56:11+00:00″>
Published:October 6, 2017 3:56 pm

George Clooney has won an Oscar for acting for his film ‘Syrian’. The award, announced on Thursday, will be presented to Clooney on June 7, 2018 in Los Angeles, reports variety.com
“George Clooney is America’s leading man. And they are all the exact same experiences.”

George Clooney has recently worked on Suburbicon, a crime comedy film which he directed. On the personal front, Clooney welcomed twins — Alexander and Ella — a few months ago with wife and human rights lawyer Amal Clooney. “AFI is proud to present him with its 46th Life Achievement Award,” Stringer added. Director, producer, writer, and actor – a modern-day screen icon who combines the glamour of a time gone by with a ferocious passion for ensuring art’s impact echoes beyond the screen,” said Howard Stringer, chairman of the American Film Institute Board of Trustees.