Film

This field includes movies, documentaries, and other.

Peckinpah, Sam. The Cross of Iron. United Kingdom, West Germany: EMI Films, Constantin Films, 1977.
Dearden, Basil. The Captive Heart. United Kingdom: GFD, 1946.
Lean, David. The Bridge on the River Kwai. United States: Columbia Pictures, 1957.

Screenwriters Carl Foreman and Michael William were both on Hollywood's "blacklist" during the Cold War. Chosen by the Library of Congress' National Film Registry for preservation in 1997 because of it is "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant." 

Kalatozov, Mikhail. The Cranes are Flying. Letyat zhuravli. Soviet Union: Warner Bros. Pictures, 1957.
Verhoeven, Paul. Soldier of Orange. Netherlands: Tuschinski Film Distribution , 1977.
Wilder, Billy. Stalag 17. United States: Paramount Pictures, 1953.
Wellman, William A. The Story of G.I. Joe. Ernie Pyle's Story of G.I. Joe. United States: United Artists, 1945.

Pyle covered the 34th and 36th Infantry Divisions during the Italian campaign. Pyle died while covering the Battle of Okinawa.

Vilsmaier, Joseph. Stalingrad. Germany: Senator Film , 1993.
Spielberg, Steven. Schindler's List. United States: Universal Pictures, 1994.

Ranked 8th on the American Film Institute’s list of the 100 best American films of all time. Selected by the National Film Registry of the Library of Congress for preservation in 2004.

Spielberg, Steven. Saving Private Ryan. United States: DreamWorks Pictures, 1998.

In 2014, selected by the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress for preservation for being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant." Spielberg won Best Oscar at the 1999 Academic Awards.

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