Star Wars and Lord of the Rings become US national treasures


The US National Film Registry has presented its traditional annual list of films that will be included in the list of national cultural heritage and will be stored indefinitely in a special archive of the Library of Congress.

“Films help portray the history of culture and creativity and show us new ways to look at ourselves, although films were not always considered worth preserving. The National Film Registry will preserve our cinematic heritage and we are proud to add 25 more films this year, ”the agency said in a statement.

The list of 25 films includes the following films:“ Strangers on a Train, Pink Flamingos, Cooley School, Star Wars: Episode 6 – Return of the Jedi, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Selena, What Happened to Baby Jane ?,, Sounder, Long Goodbye, Richard Pryor Live Concert, Don't Look for Meaning, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, Watermelon Woman, WALL -And & quot; and others.

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