Articles with keyword "documentaries"
Ken Burns talks about filmmaking, race, and the current media environment with NEH Chairman William D. Adams.
Ric Burns’s close look at the Pilgrims may change how we think of them.
With The Civil War, Ken Burns Reinvented the Television History Documentary and Captivated Millions of Americans. Here's How He Did It.
Documentaries have never been the same since The Civil War
In talking about their national game, Chinese reveal world views, personal philosophies, and notions of other lands and peoples.
A film on Ralph Ellison and his novel delves into his position as a black man in America.
The Federal Theatre Project's brief but controversial life is considered in an upcoming documentary.