"The Central Park Five" may not be in contention at Sunday's Oscars, but Ken Burns and the other makers of the project have good reason to celebrate a win this week.
Even more than most of Ken Burns' historical epics, "The Dust Bowl" feels especially relevant, tackling a period of grave economic hardship and man-made ecological disaster.
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"Prohibition" is a five-hour, three-part collaboration with Lynn Novick, that proves to be extremely entertaining, packed with amusing details and highly relevant to today's politics.
Ken Burns is heading to war again.
ABC's "Lost," HBO's "The Sopranos" and NBC's "30 Rock" have scored two DGA nominations each in TV categories.
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The life of one of the century's towering creative figures, U.S. architect Frank Lloyd Wright, receives appropriately grand and probing treatment in this utterly absorbing study.
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