Today marks the 17th annual American Film Institute (AFI) Awards, and honorees and attendees celebrated during the luncheon in Beverly Hills.


The AFI Awards honor 10 films and 10 television shows each year that are deemed “culturally and artistically representative of the year’s most significant achievements in the art of the moving image.”

This year’s movie picks are ArrivalFencesHacksaw RidgeHell or High WaterLa La LandManchester by the SeaMoonlightSilenceSully, and Zootopia. For TV, they are The AmericansAtlantaBetter Call SaulThe CrownGame of ThronesThe Night OfThe People v. O.J. SimpsonStranger ThingsThis Is Us, and Veep.

Mel Gibson, director of Hacksaw Ridge, and his colleague and film’s star Andrew Garfield were all smiles during the luncheon. Their film is up for two Golden Globe awards this Sunday.

Gibson, 61, attended the event with his pregnant girlfriend Rosalind Ross, 26. He was spotted patting her booty on the red carpet. Also in attendance were Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, promoting their well-received film La La Land.

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While the luncheon is not televised, the presentation of the AFI Lifetime Achievement Award will air on TNT, and will be awarded to Diane Keaton this year.