Feminist Friday: Anne Lewis/Fast Food Women

Note: Although I want to keep this blog focused on writing and the more exciting facets of my life, I’ve worried that in the past few months, I’ve become disconnected from feminist issues and activism that mean a lot to me. With that in mind, I’ve decided to devote Fridays to feminist people and organizations that make the world a better place. I might even discuss a feminist issue close to my heart. I think that this will help in part to make me feel more engaged with the feminist community, without making this blog more political than I’d like. Thanks for reading!

Austin filmmaker Anne Lewis‘s Fast Food Women (1992) has been nominated for inclusion in the National Film Registry at the Library of Congress.

The nomination was given by Women in Film and Video, an organization which promotes professional development and achievements for women in film, television, multimedia, and related disciplines. WiFV also nominated He’s Only Missing (Robin Smith, 1978), A League of Their Own (Penny Marshall, 1992), and Paris is Burning (Jennie Livingston, 1990).

To support the WiFV nominations in the Registry, you can fill out the survey here. Alternately, you can write to Donna Ross at the Library of Congress. You can email her at dross@loc.gov, or send a letter via postal mail to:

National Film Registry
Library of Congress
Packard Campus for Audio Visual Conservation
19053 Mt. Pony Road
Culpeper, VA 22701
Attn: Donna Ross

Please consider supporting these great films and filmmakers.

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