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How do you create award-winning documentaries that stand the test of time? And have a whole lot of fun doing it? David Kennard has been producing, directing and writing non-fiction shows for PBS, the BBC, Discovery Channel, international television and theatrical distribution for 50 years. During that time, he has helped to create more than 120 films and full-length TV programs, 35 studio shows and many shorter videos. His credits include “Cosmos” with Carl Sagan, “Connections” with James Burke, “2001: HAL’s Legacy” with Arthur C. Clarke, “The Promise of Play” with Jane Goodall, “Children of the Way” with David Attenborough, “Journey of the Universe” with Brian Swimme, “We The People” with Peter Jennings, “Keeping Score” with Michael Tilson Thomas and “Wine for the Confused” with John Cleese. His awards include Regional, National and International Emmys, the Dupont Columbia, American Historical Association, International Science Film Festival, Rhode Island Film Festival, ASCAP, BAFTA and Peabody Awards.Part memoir, part story, part introduction to some amazing and famous people, part discussion of the documentary art, this book aims to be both informative and entertaining.