Filmmaker Ken Burns on Honor Your Hometown campaign

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CNN’s Dana Bash talks with documentarian Ken Burns at Citizen by CNN about the Honor Your Hometown campaign and its mission to find unity in America. #CNN #News #CITIZENbyCNN

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    Kenneth Lauren Burns is an American filmmaker, known for his style of using archival footage and photographs in documentary films.

    His style of panning and zooming on still images is known after him in videography and other graphic sectors.

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