Hollywood's film academy is honoring acting icon Vanessa Redgrave at a star-studded ceremony in London.
Meryl Streep, Ralph Fiennes and James Earl Jones are scheduled to join Sunday's Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences tribute to Redgrave's 50-year career.
A member of a famous British acting dynasty, Redgrave is also known for her left-wing political activism.
The 74-year-old actress has been nominated for six Oscars and won for her supporting role as an anti-Nazi activist in 1977's "Julia."
In her acceptance speech, she praised the academy for not bowing to "Zionist hoodlums" who had objected to the nomination because of her support for the Palestinian cause.
She is currently starring in London's West End alongside Jones in "Driving Miss Daisy."