The Vietnam War
The Vietnam War is American War TV series. Produced by Florentine Films. Stars: Peter Coyote, Huy Duc, Duong Van Mai Elliott. It first aired on Sep 17, 2017, on PBS. IMDb's user rating for the series is 9.2 *. Winner of the Special Award, Critics' Choice Documentary Award, Golden Trailer.
The Vietnam War Number Of Seasons: 1 (10 episodes)
Season premieres on September 17, 2017
Finale: September 28, 2017
PBS, 10 episodes
The Vietnam War is on PBS (United States) Mondays at 8 pm
S1E10 (The Weight of Memory (March 1973-Onward)) - Air Date: Sep 28, 2017 (about a year ago)
Sunday Streaming: The Vietnam War offers a very wide snapshot of the era - via Finder
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Ken Burns' 'The Vietnam War' Is Now on Netflix - via Decider
Ken Burns Sees the Past in the Present With 'The Vietnam War' - via Variety
Interview: Ken Burns and Lynn Novick On Their Compelling Series, 'The Vietnam War' - via Awardsdaily
CRB: The Vietnam War revisited - via Powerlineblog
Director Lynn Novick ('The Vietnam War') on how the controversial conflict led to the 'frightening times' we're living ... - via Goldderby
Novick and Burns’s previous collaborations have brought them an Emmy win for “Baseball” (Best Informational Series in 1995) and nominations for “Jazz” (Best Non-Fiction Series in 2001) and “The War” (Best Nonfiction Directing in 2008). They also received a Peabody Award for their film “Frank Lloyd Wright” in 1998. Altogether their working relationship spans almost 30 years, beginning with Burns’ groundbreaking series “The Civil War” (1990), on which Novick served as an associate producer and post-production coordinator.
Ken Burns & Lynn Novick On How 'The Vietnam War' Tells All Sides Of The Story - via Deadline
Documentary filmmaker Lynn Novick talks 'The Vietnam War' at Kent School - via Registercitizen
The Vietnam War revisited - via Powerlineblog
'The Vietnam War' series completely missed interfaith anti-war movement - via Union-bulletin
Then, on May 17, 1968, in an act that would change the nature of Christian nonviolent resistance forever, with eight others, Berrigan entered Local Draft Board No. 33 in Catonsville, Md. The participants seized Selective Service records (378 individual 1-A classification folders) and burned them outside the building with homemade napalm to make people understand that “killing was repugnant to the letter and spirit of the Sermon on the Mount.”
The Vietnam War: The Darkest Heart is Collective - via Dailymaverick
The Vietnam War was worse than just a tragic miscalculation - via Christiancentury