By: Andrew Travers firstname.lastname@example.org Ken Burns spent more than eight years working on his new 16-hour documentary series “Country Music.” He did 101 interviews, collected 1,000 hours of film and some 100,000 photographs, culled down to the 3,300 featured in the film. So it may come as a surprise that America’s most beloved documentarian wasn’t a country
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 See Us has brought renewed interest in the case and lessons learned.
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"Filmmaker Ken Burns today announced the launch of UNUM, a new digital destination where users can access clips from across Burns's films, explore themes that run through American history - including Leadership, Race, Innovation, and War - and relate them to issues of the present. UNUM builds on the vision behind the award-winning Ken Burns
"In a culture of flash-in-the-pan internet sensations, of insta-memes and GIFs as news, the long-form, episodic films of Ken Burns and Lynn Novick serve as sweeping acts of defiance. While everyone else is rushing to judgment, time is on their side." READ MORE