Filmmakers, tour company launch N.E. Hidden Gems’ trip
HARTFORD — Filmmakers Ken Burns and Dayton Duncan started with a blank slate that stretched across New England. From the far northeastern reaches of Maine to the southwestern tip of Connecticut, from postcard-perfect villages to historic figures, everything was in play. They looked at maps and deliberated. Then, as Burns said, they “really agonized” over how the whole project would come together, repeatedly questioning the content, the narrative themes, the sights and sounds.
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