An Evening with Ken Burns
August 25 @ 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM UTC-6
The Telluride Historical Museum is pleased to once again present an Evening with Ken Burns. For our sixth year hosting this event, Ken has chosen to screen, The Roosevelts, An Intimate History, Episode 5, The Rising Road. The event will be held at the Michael D. Palm Theatre on Sunday, Aug. 25. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. and Ken will introduce the film at 6:00 p.m. Following the screening (1:53:23 runtime) will be a brief Q & A with Ken Burns. Afterwards he will hold a book and DVD signing with copies available.
All proceeds benefit the Telluride Historical Museum. We are grateful to Ken Burns and Florentine Films for their continued support of the Museum.
- -Members: $20
- -Nonmembers: $25
- -Student: $5
If you are interested in volunteering please contact Kiernan Lannon at email@example.com
The Roosevelts: An Intimate History chronicles the lives of Theodore, Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, three members of the most prominent and influential family in American politics. It is the first time in a major documentary television series that their individual stories have been interwoven into a single narrative.
Episode 5, The Rising Road Guide: https://www.pbs.org/kenburns/the-roosevelts/about/episode-guide/episode-five/
Ken Burns has been making films for more than thirty years. Since the Academy Award nominated Brooklyn Bridge in 1981, Ken has gone on to direct and produce some of the most acclaimed historical documentaries ever made. A December 2002 poll conducted by Real Screen Magazine listed The Civil War as second only to Robert Flaherty’s Nanook of the North as the “most influential documentary of all time,” and named Ken Burns and Robert Flaherty as the “most influential documentary makers” of all time.