It was called "The Americans," and 50 years ago, America hated it. DP: Scott Bartlett. Editor: Bill Creed. Narrator: Steve Mencher. Produced by Stephen Menick for the PBS Show My Generation.
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Bio: As a three-time Emmy-nominated Writer-Producer-Director based in Washington DC, Stephen Menick has the pleasure of teaching the art of the branding video through the Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) graduate program at West Virginia University.
His documentary on the Japanese American experience during World War Two, originally produced for PBS, accompanied the Smithsonian-sponsored 2013 touring exhibit of the Congressional Gold Medal awarded to Japanese American veterans, and has been screened at the Chicago History Museum and the Holocaust Museum Houston.
Another documentary, on the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr., originally produced for PBS, opened the pre-dedication ceremony of the King Memorial on the National Mall in 2011.
Here's his Vimeo page: vimeo.com/menicktv/
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