Friday, May 27, 2017 | PBS previews Ken Burns’s upcoming series “The Vietnam War.”
Seth Meyers had a lot of material to work with on Monday night. In addition to hammering Donald Trump over his recent comments praising authoritarian dictators, the “Late Night” host ridiculed the president for wondering why the Civil...Show More Summary
“I mean, had Andrew Jackson been a little later, you wouldn’t have had the Civil War. He was a very tough person, but he had a big heart. He was really angry that he saw what was happening with regard to the Civil War, he said, ‘There’s no reason for this.’ People don’t realize, you […]
Directed by Ken Marino ("Burning Love"), the comedy "How to Be a Latin Lover" stars Eugenio Derbez as Maximo, an aging gigolo who is dumped by his 80-year-old millionaire wife,... For more, visit our blog !
Preview Ken Burns and Lynn Novick's next work: The Vietnam War, which he calls "the most ambitious project that we have ever undertaken." Read this story »
Ken Burns and Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will be part of the Auditorium Theatre's 2017-18 season, announced Wednesday. The venue rings in the 50th anniversary of its reopening with a 14-event season, the first planned by new CEO Tania Castroverde Moskalenko. It all kicks off Sept....
Dan Bell proves he's the Ken Burns of suburban decay with his beautifully shot and narrated Dead Mall Series. (more…)
The late Muhammad Ali is getting the Ken Burns treatment.
Today in Entertainment: 'Fate of the Furious' wows the CinemaCon crowd March 30, 2017, 10:05 a.m. Movie theater exhibitors are getting a preview of upcoming blockbusters at CinemaCon, where films like "Fate of the Furious," "Blade Runner 2049" and "Pirates of the Caribbean" wowed the crowds. Meanwhile,...
Two years after covering the career and life of Jackie Robinson, Ken Burns will devote another of his acclaimed documentaries to an iconic figure in sports. On Wednesday, PBS announced that Burns will produce and direct a two-part, four-hour documentary on Muhammad Ali. Show More Summary
Filmmaker Ken Burns will be one of the producers and directors of a new documentary on legendary boxer Muhammad Ali, scheduled to air in 2021 on PBS. Burns, along with his daughter Sarah Burns and her husband, David McMahon, began production on the two-part, four-hour documentary for PBS and Florentine...
PBS announced this morning that Ken Burns, Sarah Burns and David McMahon are producing and directing a two-part, four-hour documentary about boxer/civil rights figure Muhammad Ali. Production began a year ago in early 2016, and theShow More Summary
That the NEH, NEA, and Corporation for Public Broadcasting provides a lot of benefit to society for very little money and that closing these agencies down does nothing meaningful to change the federal budget is clear to anyone who is not evil. But in case anyone is on the fence, the impact that Ken Burns’ […]
We may not get the next 'Infinite Jest,' 'A Confederacy of Dunces,' 'The Color Purple,' or Ken Burns documentaries, if Trump gets his way.
Tuesday, March 7, 2016 | PBS pays tribute to Ken Burns.
Although Netflix has added oodles and gobs over original programming in recent months, the subscription streaming service has also had to deal with a lot of criticism, mostly thanks to pulling content.
We’ve been burned so many times—Ken Bone, Sugar Bear, Chewbacca Mom—but still America is willing to open its heart to viral stars again and again. And once again America has been let down, as The Chicago Tribune reveals that Oscars viral star “Gary from Chicago,” a.k.a. Show More Summary
It would be enough that he steered two of the country's key public stations away from looming financial ruin, or that he's the executive who made the young Ken Burns's career possible. But Chamberlin, as founding chief operating officer of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, actually ceded a huge piece of his own power by […]
He led public TV stations, including WETA in Washington, and boosted Ken Burns’s career in documentary films.
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