A new Bill T. Jones: A Good Man video is now available for viewing via the PBS website. Watch renowned choreographer Bill T. Jones discuss what the film represents to him by clicking here. The film, which follows Mr. Jones over a two year time frame as he faces the challenges of creating an original dance-theater piece in honor of Abraham Lincoln's Bicentennial, will air on PBS American Masters on 11/11/11.
The film is screening this weekend on October 1st at 7:15pm and October 2nd at 12:15pm at the Milwaukee Film Festival, with the screening on October 1st to be followed by a Q&A with co-director Gordon Quinn and Justine Nagan.
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