The ceremony will take place April 29 at Lincoln Center. An acclaimed actor, producer, and musician, Bridges’ film career has spanned seven decades and features a slew of iconic roles in “True Grit,” “The Big Lebowski,” “Hell or High Water,” “Heaven’s Gate,” and “Crazy Heart,” for which Bridges won an Oscar, a Golden Globe, and a SAG Award.
The Chaplin Award tribute will feature excerpts from a selection of his work, appearances by co-stars, friends, and colleagues, and the presentation of the award itself. The Chaplin Award Gala is the major annual fundraiser for Film at Lincoln Center; proceeds support the nonprofit organization’s year-round programs, including film series, student programs, and film festivals such as the New York Film Festival and New Directors/New Films. Last year, Viola Davis was feted at the awards ceremony, with Cate Blanchett being toasted the year prior in 2022.
“Jeff Bridges is one of our most distinguished and beloved actors whose body of work, commitment to his art, and lifetime of career achievements demonstrate a significant contribution to the art of film,” Dan Stern, chairman of the board of Film at Lincoln Center, said. “We at Film at Lincoln Center are honored to present the 49th Chaplin Award to Jeff Bridges, and look…
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