Morning discussion with Lynn Novick, co-director of the Vietnam War

Join us for a morning discussion with Lynn Novick, co-director of The Vietnam War on PBS.

When: November 11, 2017 - 9:30 a.m.

Where: The Hamilton, 600 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20005

Ticket includes breakfast and parking

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Filmmaker Lynn Novick has been making documentaries about American history for nearly twenty-five years. A director and producer, she has been a principal collaborator of Ken Burns since the early 1990s and together they have been responsible for more than 60 hours of programming, some of the most critically acclaimed and top-rated documentary films and series that have aired on PBS. Currently Novick is directing and producing — with Burns — The Vietnam War, a 14-16 hour series about the history and meaning of the conflict, airing in 2017, and Ernest Hemingway, a two-part biography of the writer slated for broadcast in 2019.  

Novick is also directing a feature length documentary exploring the personal and intellectual transformation of incarcerated men and women in a highly successful prison education program.

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