Monday, July 13, 2015
Fury (1936) Essay for the National Film Registry
Recently I had the honor to write an article about Fury (1936) for the Library of Congress. This Fritz Lang film is part of the National Film Registry and my essay is one of numerous expanded essays available online. Every year the National Film Registry selects “culturally, historically or aesthetically significant films” to be archived and preserved. They do great work and if you haven’t watched it already These Amazing Shadows is a wonderful documentary about the history of the National Film Registry.
Thank you so much the Library of Congress for allowing me to contribute an article!
You can check out the list of expanded essays here. My good friend Jonas wrote an article on King of Jazz (1930)!
Here is my article about Fury (1936).
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