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Released by the Media Education Foundation in 2007, The Hollywood Librarian presents nearly two hours' worth of entertaining excerpts from movies like The Music Man, Cleopatra, and Party Girl, along with interviews with real-life librarians. The interviews, which are often humorous and sometimes deeply moving, reveal the great dedication of today's librarians in serving the public amid severe budget cuts and government censorship. Although it drags a bit during the last forty minutes or so, The Hollywood Librarian is hugely inspiring to me as someone who has heeded the call of librarianship.
Here's the trailer for The Hollywood Librarian: