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Matthew McConaughey Is Honored At The American Cinematheque Awards – & It's A Family Affair!

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Jan. 28 2015, Updated 2:39 p.m. ET

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Matthew McConaughey attended the 28th American Cinematheque Awards on Oct. 21 where he was honored for his noteworthy work over the years.

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They only have eyes for each other! The Academy Award winning actor couldn’t keep his eyes off of his gorgeous wife Camila Alves.

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Matthew’s mother Kay McConaughey and her partner CJ Carling also attended to see the actor accept the honor – and it looks like they couldn’t be more proud!

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The actor's 6-year old son Levi donned a smart tuxedo just like the movie star dad, while his 4-year-old daughter Vida flaunted an adorable champagne-colored dress.

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Supportive spouse! Camila ruled the red carpet in a tight-fitting Dolce and Gabbana black gown.

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It wouldn’t be a celebration without an ice-cold beer! Matthew cheered with Jimmy Kimmel, as a shy Vida kept her daddy close by holding his leg.

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We’re sure the actor was feeling alright, alright, alright when director Christopher Nolan presented him with the American Cinematheque Award!

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Daddy’s girl! The Dallas Buyers Club actor dotted on his other leading lady while accepting the honor.

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Matthew’s award is certainly well deserved. The actor transitioned from comedies like How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days and The Wedding Planner to more critically acclaimed films. He even won an Oscar for his portrayal of Ron Woodroof in Dallas Buyers Club!

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