By Ariana Bacle
Updated October 15, 2014 at 10:24 PM EDT
Julianne Moore
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Between Still Alice and Maps to the Stars, both festival hits,Julianne Moore’s having a big year—and it just got bigger: New York’s Museum of the Moving Image announced Wednesday they’ll be honoring Moore at their annual salute in January.

“She is one of the most accomplished and talented actors working today and we are thrilled to be honoring her at our annual Salute,” Herbert S. Schlosser, co-chairman of the museum’s board of trustees, said in a statement. “She is a fearless and versatile performer who has created so many powerful performances in film and television.”

Moore has three Oscar nods to her name and won both an Emmy and Golden Globe for her role in 2012’s Game Change. Besides starring in Still Alice and Maps to the Stars, which will make their U.S. debuts next year, Moore will star in the next installment of The Hunger Games in 2015.

Last year’s salute went to Kevin Spacey, and past honorees include Goldie Hawn, Tom Hanks, and Julia Roberts. The ceremony will take place Jan. 20, 2015.