Nominate Labor Films for the National Film Registry

August 24, 2014

The National Film Registry is a list of movies made by U.S. filmmakers that are deemed “culturally, historically or aesthetically significant,” and they are preserved by the Library of Congress. Up to 25 selections are added to the registry each year after the public nominates hundreds of titles. Chris Garlock of the DC Labor FilmFest and Jon Garlock of the Rochester (N.Y.) Labor Film series suggest nominating outstanding labor films for the registry.

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