The American Cinematheque awards ceremony, which was postponed last month due to the ongoing SAG-AFTRA Screen Actors Guild strike, will take place on February 15.

Helen Mirren will receive the 37th American Film Archive Awards with producer Kevin Gage and his company Screen Engine being honored with the Power of Cinema Award. The annual awards ceremony, which will be held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, was originally set for November 4, according to Deadline.

Helen Mirren has won an Oscar, a Tony and an Emmy three acting trophies and is an unrivaled icon among actors. She has portrayed characters from queens to swashbucklers with a unique flair without ever losing her freshness or appealsaid American Film Library board chairman Rick Nishita, praising the intelligence and emotional power she brings to all of her roles.

The American Film Library was founded in 1981 as an independent, non-profit cultural organization with the mission of preserving and recognizing the art of film in all its forms.

As a cultural arts organization dedicated to the presentation of film, the American Film Library believes that cinema is a collective experience with the power to entertain, enlighten and inspire.

The nonprofit’s awards gala is held annually to raise funds for the annual film screening program at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood, the Los Feliz 3 Theater in Los Angeles, and the Aero Theater in Santa Monica.

A portion of the funds supports the American Film Library’s commitment to audience outreach by partnering with Los Angeles County’s 88 school districts to expand its lineup of educational screenings.