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Musical drama "A Star is Born," superhero movie "Black Panther" and horror flick "A Quiet Place" have been named among the 10 best films of 2018 by the American Film Institute.
The AFI announced its selections for the 19th AFI Awards on Tuesday, recognizing works deemed culturally and artistically significant by a jury of AFI trustees, scholars, and critics.
The selected films include horror film "A Quiet Place," "The Favourite," Barry Jenkins' James Baldwin adaptation "If Beale Street Could Talk," Bo Burnham's coming-of-age film "Eighth Grade," "BlacKkKlansman," "First Reformed," and "Green Book."
The honors are among the first to be handed out during Hollywood's awards seasons, which continues with Golden Globe nominations on Thursday through the Academy Awards in February.
The organization also gave a special award to black-and-white family drama "Roma," which did not meet criteria for the top 10 list of American films. Spanish film "Roma" was shot in Mexico. The movie is being shown on Netflix and in a limited number of theaters around the world.
Director Alfonso Cuaron attends the Netflix's "Roma" photocall at Victoria Eugenia Theatre during 66th San Sebastian Film Festival in San Sebastian, Spain, September 27, 2018. /VCG P
The AFI also named its top 10 TV series of the year. They were "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel," "Succession," "Atlanta," "Pose," "The Americans," "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story," "Barry," "Better Call Saul," "This is Us," and "The Kominsky Method."
The honorees will be recognized at a Los Angeles luncheon on January 4, 2019.
Source(s): AP, Reuters