Film, Video Michael J. Fox: National Book Festival 2021
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- Michael J. Fox: National Book Festival 2021
- Michael J. Fox, award-winning actor and author of "No Time Like the Future: An Optimist Considers Mortality" (Flatiron), discusses his new memoir with Roswell Encina, chief communications officer at the Library of Congress. Fox speaks about learning gratitude and optimism during difficult times, the persistence of his film and television work across generations and how he finds connection and inspiration through the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research. Bonus content: The National Audiovisual Conservation Center is central to preserving the Library's film, video and audio history. Moving image archivist Kelly Chisholm describes how "Back to the Future" has become an integral part of our cultural memory, along with other works on the National Film Registry.
- Event Date
- September 17, 2021
- Running Time
- 37 minutes 25 seconds
- Online Format
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