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Deadlines for AFI awards approach

TV entries due Nov. 1; film entries due Nov. 9

The American Film Institute will announce its eighth annual awards on Dec. 16 and honor the winners on Jan. 11 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles.

Ten movies of the year, 10 TV programs of the year and up to 10 “moments of significance” will be lauded.

Honorees are selected by two 13-member juries, one for film and one for television. Each jury also selects up to five “moments of significance.”

Hewlett-Packard will create 20 scholarships for the AFI Conservatory, one for each of the awards honorees.

Deadline for TV submissions is Nov. 1; film submissions are due Nov. 9.

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