A new documentary series directed by award-winning filmmakers Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, HEMINGWAY, airs this April, exploring the life and work of the legendary writer and his enduring influence on literature and culture. The three-part, six-hour film series comes to PBS April 5-7. You can read more about the upcoming series and watch the trailer here.
Ahead of the new series, join The Community Library and Idaho Public Television, in partnership with PBS, for a discussion on “Hemingway and the Natural World.” The program will include Ken Burns, producer Sarah Botstein, and writer Terry Tempest Williams, who was the Library’s 2019 Hemingway Distinguished Lecturer. The discussion about the writer’s connection to the natural world will be moderated by the Library’s executive director, Jenny Emery Davidson, and will feature clips from the upcoming show.