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Murder of Fred Hampton

THE MURDER OF FRED HAMPTON Selected for the National Film Registry

Murder of Fred Hampton

 

Chicago Film Archives is proud to announce that the National Film Preservation Board has selected The Murder of Fred Hampton (1971) for the National Film Registry at the Library of Congress. Launched in 1989 to showcase and promote the preservation of America’s film legacies, the National Film Preservation Board selects 25 films from a pool of thousands of titles submitted by the public each year. The chosen films represent works of enduring importance to the American people, and are selected for their cultural, historical, and aesthetic significance. Read More »

CFA named “Best Film History Organization”

The A Side cover of this week’s Chicago Reader by Paul Higgins and Paul Octavious.

As many of you Chicagolandians already know, each year the Chicago Reader dedicates one of its publications to the “Best of Chicago” list. The list consists of both “Critics’ Picks” and “Readers’ Poll,” or categories voted on by readers of the alternative weekly newspaper. The Critics’ Picks range from wildly specific categories such as “Best Library Mascot” to “Best Fluorescent Dining Experience,” while the Readers’ Poll sticks to the basics – “Best Movie Theater,” “Best Fancy Restaurant,” “Best View of the City,” etc. And guess what!? We made it into this year’s #bestofchi as Critics’ Pick “Best Film History Organization.”  Many thanks to Chicago Reader’s J.R. Jones for the fine words and recognition!

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THE MURDER OF FRED HAMPTON Selected for the National Film Registry

Murder of Fred Hampton

 

Chicago Film Archives is proud to announce that the National Film Preservation Board has selected The Murder of Fred Hampton (1971) for the National Film Registry at the Library of Congress. Launched in 1989 to showcase and promote the preservation of America’s film legacies, the National Film Preservation Board selects 25 films from a pool of thousands of titles submitted by the public each year. The chosen films represent works of enduring importance to the American people, and are selected for their cultural, historical, and aesthetic significance. Read More »

CFA named “Best Film History Organization”

The A Side cover of this week’s Chicago Reader by Paul Higgins and Paul Octavious.

As many of you Chicagolandians already know, each year the Chicago Reader dedicates one of its publications to the “Best of Chicago” list. The list consists of both “Critics’ Picks” and “Readers’ Poll,” or categories voted on by readers of the alternative weekly newspaper. The Critics’ Picks range from wildly specific categories such as “Best Library Mascot” to “Best Fluorescent Dining Experience,” while the Readers’ Poll sticks to the basics – “Best Movie Theater,” “Best Fancy Restaurant,” “Best View of the City,” etc. And guess what!? We made it into this year’s #bestofchi as Critics’ Pick “Best Film History Organization.”  Many thanks to Chicago Reader’s J.R. Jones for the fine words and recognition!