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From the time Ken Burns released his first film about the Brooklyn Bridge in the eighties, he has been looked upon as the preeminent American storyteller. In Albany to accept The Empire State Archives and History Award, Burns sat down with us to discuss how he's evolved professionally, his upcoming projects on the Roosevelts and the Vietnam War, his wisdom on storytelling, and much more.
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