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Star Wars composer John Williams to get AFI Life Achievement Award

He's the man behind the geeky soundtracks of many a childhood. "Star Wars" composer John Williams is set to be honored with the American Film Institute's Life Achievement Award in 2016.

By October 9, 2015


Ep. 645: Where no one will buy this

Show topics include Star Wars coming to Blu-ray, Google Voice Search for Android, better movies than Star Wars, Angry Birds, iPhone, Green Day, AFI, and more!

By August 16, 2010


The 404 645: Where no one will buy this (podcast)

Show topics include "Star Wars" coming to Blu-ray; Google Voice Search for Android; better movies than "Star Wars"; Angry Birds; iPhone; Green Day; AFI; and more!

By August 16, 2010


Slacker adds stations curated by artists, experts

First up: Alt-rock band AFI and hip-hop magazine The Source. Slacker expects to add more in the next few months.

By March 5, 2010


Short Take: AFI presents films on Net

The American Film Institute will begin showing classic Hollywood films on its AFI OnLine Cinema site, beginning with a January 22 showing of Charlie Chaplin's 1916 classic The Rink. Buster Keaton's 1921 The Boat will air in February. AFI will use VDOnet's VDOLive technology for the showings.

By January 10, 1997


Short Take: View Hollywood classics online

A series of full-length classic Hollywood movies premiere on the Internet this week, marking the first time the films can be viewed on demand via the Web. Using VDOnet's VDOLive "streamed" video technology, users can view the movies at the American Film Institute's (AFI) Web site. The first film, Charlie Chaplin's 1916 classic, The Rink, premieres on January 22.

By January 20, 1997