Thousands of films are released each year around the world, but few films enter the pages of history from theaters. Played Jennifer Lopez, Biographical feature “Selena”Is now part of the selected list United States Library of Congress For its cultural significance.
Selected by National Film Protection Board Integrate selection National Film Record, The film tells the story of the singer Selena Quintanilla-PerezDied tragically at the age of 23.
“Movies help to reflect our cultural history and creativity – and show us new ways to see ourselves – yet films are not always considered worthy of preservation. The National Film Registry preserves our film heritage and is proud to add 25 more films this year.“, he said Carla Hayden, Librarian of Congress.
Written and directed by Gregory Nava, “Selena”Was screened in 1997 and is available today HBO Max. Other highlights of this year’s selected topics “Wall-e“, Since 2008; “Star Wars: The Return of the Jedi“, 1983; and”Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring“, Since 2001. See the full list below:
1. Ringling Brothers Parade movie (1902)
2. Happiness (1919)
3. Flying ace (1926)
4. The train to hell (1930)
5. Flowers and trees (1932)
6. Strangers on the train (1951)
7. What happened to baby Jane? (1962)
8. Evergreen (1965)
9. Request -29 (1970)
10. Murder of Fred Hampton (1971)
11. Pink flamingos (1972)
12. Sounder (1972)
13. Long goodbye (1973)
14. Wages are high (1975)
15. Richard Fryer: Live in Concert (1979)
16. Sikana (1979)
17. Wobble (1979)
18. Star Wars: The Return of the Jedi (1983)
19. A nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
20 Stop Making Sense (1984)
21. Who killed Vincent Chin? (1987)
22. Watermelon girl (1996)
23. Selena (1997)
24. Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)
25. Wall-E (2008)
Jennifer Lopez says she still feels “weird” in Hollywood
Jennifer Lopez Is one of the biggest names in Hollywood Nowadays, that’s why, at times, he was surprised to be told that he was “weird” in that place. This confession was featured on her makeup brand’s Instagram post. JLO Beauty, Last Thursday (16).
In the post, it was made to be celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month (In translation, the month of Hispanic tradition), JLO promotes its products with Sephora and tells a little about its history, its Latin descent, shares the beauty secrets of its family and concludes by acknowledging insecurity: “Like most people I know it is important for all of us to think we belong. Many times in your life you feel like a stranger, sometimes I feel it in Hollywood, I still feel that way, but the truth is, you only need your little tribeThe actress, who has acted in more than 30 films, said.
“Latins are fearless and powerful, and can achieve anything they choose.”, Says the title.
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