Meryl Streep, who received the AFI Life Achievement Award in 2004, will present Shirley MacLaine with the AFI’s 40th Life Achievement Award – America’s highest honor for a career in film.
It is with great pride that we announce Shirley MacLaine is being honored on June 7, 2012 with the American Film Institute (AFI)’s prestigious Life Achievement Award.
Anne’s sense of imagination is prominent throughout the entire series – right from the beginning straight through to the end. Her taste for eccentric fantasies sometimes got her in trouble – but it also fascinated others, especially when her imagination began to grow with maturity. It can’t be denied – sometimes Anne’s wild imagination carried her into dramatic situations. As Anne’s character grew up, her management of her wild imagination compared to reality grew up too, creating for exciting, theatrical, and melodramatic climaxes all through the series. When you are imagining, you might as well imagine something worthwhile.
Megan Follows was recently in Toronto starring in Margaret Atwood’s play “The Penelopiad” and dropped in to CBC’s The Hour for an in depth interview with George Stroumboulopoulous.
It’s been 26 years since Anne of Green Gables first aired in the United States and Sullivan Entertainment wants to show their appreciation to all of Anne’s loyal fans!