BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
Every year the National Film Registry strikes a blow for the preservation of culturally significant films, singling out 25 to be saved from the ravages of time, and now the 2015 list is out.
Every year since 1989, the National Film Registry has done its part to ensure the continued existence of the greatest and most important movies ever made. They do this by adding 25 titles at a time to the Library of Congress, where they are maintained and kept in the hopes of keeping them around forever.
There are plenty of organizations that try to pick the most important films in American history, from the AFI's endless series of lists to the annual Best Picture winners. But there are few more prestigious selections than the ones made by the National Film Registry
It's an especially good year for George Lucas, whose student film Electronic Labyrinth: THX 1138 4EB also made the lineup. There's also a bumper crop of films from the 1970s in the group