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SouthCoast Today: Of Ken Burns, Flannery O’Connor and life in these complicated times

By Lauren Daley Posted Dec 2, 2019 at 6:23 PM Updated Dec 2, 2019 at 6:23 PM “Particularly now, when we seemed to have lost our way, and forgot the common story we do share, (films are) a tiny little way we can re-remind of us of why we Americans agree to cohere,” Burns said. Columns share an author’s personal perspective and are often based

College Behind Bars Airs on PBS on November 25th!

Mark your calendars! On Nov. 25 & 26 at 9/8c, tune-in or stream #CollegeBehindBarsPBS on @PBS. It’s an incredible look at the amazing human potential inside our prisons and the power of education to transform lives. You can stream here: http://pbs.org/collegebehindbars HOW TO WATCH:  The film will be streaming for free on pbs.org for 60 days post broadcast. Station supporters with pbs passport can stream

NYFF Review: ‘College Behind Bars’

NYFF Review: ‘College Behind Bars’ An extraordinary portrait of students in the prison system By Jason Gorber • Published October 10th, 2019 College Behind Bars (USA, 222 min.) Dir. Lynn Novick The first hour of Lynn Novick’s four-part documentary series College Behind Bars plays out pretty much how one would expect this story to be told. [The four-part work

New York Times: Flannery O’Connor Documentary Wins New Award From Library of Congress

The filmmakers Elizabeth Coffman and Mark Bosco will be awarded the first Library of Congress Lavine/Ken Burns Prize for Film, which comes with a $200,000 finishing grant. Flannery O’Connor sitting on the steps of her home in Milledgeville, Ga. in 1959.CreditCreditFloyd Jillson/Atlanta Journal-Constitution, via Associated Press, courtesy of the filmmakers. By Lauren Messman Oct. 16, 2019,

Variety: Ken Burns, Library of Congress to Present Documentary Award to ‘Flannery’

By DAVE MCNARY Film Reporter@https://twitter.com/Variety_DMcNaryFOLLOW CREDIT: DAVID BUCHAN/VARIETY/SHUTTERSTOCK Documentarian Ken Burns is partnering with the Library of Congress and two philanthropic organizations to present a new award to “Flannery,” a documentary about Flannery O’Connor.Filmmaker Elizabeth Coffman and Jesuit priest Mark Bosco will be presented the first Library of Congress Lavine/Ken Burns Prize for Film on Oct. 17 at the library. The

Hollywood Reporter: Library of Congress, Ken Burns Unveil Inaugural Documentary Prize

The award goes to Elizabeth Coffman and Mark Bosco, the filmmakers behind 'Flannery,' about the late, great writer Flannery O'Connor. The filmmakers behind an upcoming documentary about famed Southern Gothic writer Flannery O'Connor have been awarded the inaugural Library of Congress Lavine/Ken Burns Prize for Film, it was announced Wednesday. Flannery, directed by Elizabeth Coffman

Inside Higher Ed: Documentary to Showcase Education in Prison

By Madeline St. Amour September 16, 2019 The Congressional Black Caucus Annual Legislative Conference Friday in Washington hosted a panel discussion and preview of a new PBS documentary series that follows incarcerated people who are pursuing college degrees. The four-part series, “College Behind Bars,” was executive produced by Ken Burns and directed by Lynn Novick. It

Statement from the The Better Angels Society on the Passing of Cokie Roberts

The Better Angels Society joins Americans all across the country in mourning the loss of Cokie Roberts, who was a friend and an enthusiastic supporter of our work, as well as a member of the newly-established Library of Congress Lavine/Ken Burns Prize for Film Honorary Committee. Her passion for American history, her lifelong leadership in

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