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Updated Monday, Oct. 9
Join us for an afternoon with acclaimed documentary filmmaker Ken Burns.
This year’s Jack W. Needle History Lecture, “Ken Burns: America’s Stories,” will feature a video retrospective of Burns’ documentary work followed by a Q&A with Mr. Burns and discussion. Burns, winner of 15 Emmy Awards and a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, will also discuss his much anticipated new film on “The Vietnam War.”
Admission is free for currently enrolled Brookdale students (with valid ID), $5 for Brookdale employees and other students with valid school or university ID, and $10 for the general public (advance only). Tickets are available at the Ticket Window in Student Life & Activities (lower level of the Warner Center) or by phone 732-224-2788.
Doors open at 11 AM and program begins at 12 PM in the Robert Collins Arena.
Questions? Please contact History professor Jess LeVine at 732-224-2975 or email firstname.lastname@example.org