After over 100 years of being celebrated as “lovable losers,” the Chicago Cubs finally got their act together in 2016 and won the World Series for the first time since 1908. That may have seemed like an exciting thing to witness, considering how many generations of Americans died without ever seeing it happen. Show More Summary
Celebrated documentarian Ken Burns (“The Civil War,” “The War,” the upcoming “The Vietnam War”) has said that he is looking to add another hour to the documentary series, “Baseball.” The original nine-part series premiered on PBS inShow More Summary
Not the actual war, silly. The Ken Burns documentary. Read more...
If anything merits another 'inning,' this would be it. [ more › ]
With his new documentary "The Vietnam War" scheduled to premiere on PBS in September and multiple other films in the works, Ken Burns has a full plate. But he's looking to add another project: an addendum to his 1994 series "Baseball," pegged to the Chicago Cubs' 2016 World Series victory. "I'm...
Since the Chicago Cubs' 2016 World Series win, documentary filmmaker Ken Burns told Variety that he feels "sort of obligated" to do a new episode of his 1994 series Baseball. The show was originally nine hour-long episodes for PBS, not including the one added in 2010, “The Tenth Inning,” which ... More »
After continuous sessions of several panels per day, the PBS portion of the TCA press tour comes as a bit of a respite. The days are less compacted, there are more breaks, and they serve tea in the afternoon after screening some new Masterpiece Theatre series. Show More Summary
“Are you prepared for Donald Trump tweets saying this is fake news?” Ken Burns got asked right off the bat during his TCA Q&A to discuss his latest PBS documentary The Vietnam War. The project having been 10 years in the making, didShow More Summary
Burns and Lynn Novick examine 'The Vietnam War'.
The musicians are providing the music for the 10-part, 18-hour documentary that will begin in September on PBS.
While Trent Reznor just released a new Nine Inch Nails record, he's also staying very busy in the soundtrack world with his scoring partner Atticus Ross. Reznor and Ross composed the music for new drama Patriots Day which stars Mark Wahlberg... Continue reading…
Do images of the Vietnam War suddenly conjure up the ambient noise of a dystopian hellscape? Well, they will soon because, as the New York Times reports, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross have now added scoring Ken Burns's ten-part behemoth The Vietnam War to their busy schedule. The documentary isn't ... More »
The duo's latest score is set to premiere in September.
Trent Reznor and newly official Nine Inch Nails bandmate Atticus Ross are scoring a new Ken Burns’ documentary about the Vietnam War, The New York Times reports. The 10-part, 18-hour documentary (called The Vietnam War) premieres in September on PBS. Show More Summary
Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross have had a hand in quite a few film soundtracks, including the forthcoming Patriots Day and recent Before The Flood, as well as The Social Network, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, and Gone Girl. And now, The New York Times is reporting that Reznor and Ross collaborated on the…
Executive Summary Ken Burns is known as a PBS documentary creator, but he is actually a significant cog in the left-wing propaganda machine. His taxpayer supported PBS documentaries are shown in public schools across the U.S., presented to students as unvarnished fact. But are they? Burns claims he displays neutrality in his work, but in […]
Ken Burns has finally emerged following Donald Trump's election victory. It took over a month for that to happen since as Burns described, he "needed some time in the fetal position." Well now that the shock is starting to wear off,Show More Summary
Ken Burns says PBS’s new 18-hour documentary film series, The Vietnam War is “without a doubt” the most ambitious project he and his partners ever have undertaken. This may come as a surprise to fans of the Civil War docuseries chronicling...Show More Summary
The producer of films ranging from the Civil War to baseball takes on a controversial period in American history.
The producer of films ranging from the Civil War to baseball takes on a controversial war.