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Netflix orders big budget docuseries “The Last Czars”

Source:  Deadline Netflix has commissioned "The Last Czars," a big budget drama docuseries about the fall of the Romanov dynasty in Russia, from production company Nutopia. The six-part docuseries will follow the fall of the Russian Imperial Romanov family, headed by...

Meet Lynn Novick: The other director of “The Vietnam War”

Source:  The Washington Post There is a distinctive style to a Ken Burns documentary — the camera’s smooth movement over black-and-white photographs, an interview subject whose eyes seem to be gazing beyond the camera into the past, the lilt of a fiddle or the blare...

Where to Stream 11 Essential Ken Burns Documentaries

Source:  The New York Times Brooklyn Bridge - 58 minutes - Amazon Prime, Kanopy, and Sundance Now Defying the Nazis: The Sharps’ War - 1 hour 19 minutes - Netflix and Kanopy The Central Park Five - 1 hour 58 minutes - Amazon Prime, Kanopy, Google...

Ken Burns and Lynn Novick delve into “The Vietnam War”

Source:  The New York Times Ken Burns shot to fame in 1990 with “The Civil War,” which drew record audiences for PBS and jump-started a revival of popular interest in the subject. Nearly three decades and more than 20 documentaries later, Burns is perhaps the nation’s...

WATCH: The Auschwitz Museum releases moving documentary

Source: Forward The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum just released a moving documentary that tells the story of the museum’s founding and charts its 70-year history. The museum, which receives over one million visitors each year, was founded in 1947. Read the story at...

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