Aspen Daily News: ‘An evening with Ken Burns:’ Famous filmmaker to preview his latest project, “Country Music,” in Aspen
Erica Robbie, Aspen Daily News Staff Writer Aug 17, 2019 Despite his more than 30 years of telling stories of war and other equally heavy subjects, Ken Burns was not prepared for the level of emotion
Lancaster Online: 3 Donegal High students find national success with their History Day documentaries
MARY ELLEN WRIGHT | Staff Writer Jul 28, 2019 When Taylor Barton first learned about pioneering 19th-century nurse Clara Barton, she wondered whether their common last name might not be just a coincidence. “I’ve always
By Emily Younker email@example.com In his second year participating in National History Day, Josef Schuller has earned a special honor — the privilege of being able to meet famed filmmaker Ken Burns. “It’s really exciting,”
By STAFF REPORT | The Press-Enterprise PUBLISHED: July 11, 2019 at 3:00 pm | UPDATED: July 11, 2019 at 3:00 pm Allison Bushong, center, stands with California delegates during a luncheon in the U.S. Capitol. Bushong won first place in
Country Music: Live at the Ryman, A Concert Celebrating the Film by Ken Burns’ will air on PBS on September 8th By STEPHEN L. BETTS One week ahead of the premiere of Country Music, the eight-part
In the interview Ken talks about everything from Twitter to mockumentries and discusses his upcoming film Country Music. Take a moment to watch and enjoy!
Yesterday was the 75th anniversary of D-Day and Ken appeared on The Today Show to talk about its significance and the importance of not forgetting.
On June 5th CBS This Morning did a segment on the Central Park Five and the backlash against former prosecutor Linda Fairstein. The segment includes an interview with Sarah Burns. The Netflix miniseries When They