October 25, 2011 1:35 pm
As excitement builds for the 9pm (ET/PT), November 11th PBS American Masters premiere of A Good Man, a number of out-takes and extra scenes are now online.
The film follows the Bill T. Jones / Arnie Zane Company over two years as they create a work based on the life of Abraham Lincoln. In this clip from ITVS, get a peek inside the editing of A Good Man as the filmmaking team discuss and dissect a scene that eventually had to be left On the Cutting Room Floor.
The meticulous, challenging genius of Bill T. Jones and the talent of his company - as well as the difficulties of pulling off such an ambitious production - are all in evidence in these two extra scenes from the film: 'Creating the Costumes' and 'Blowing in the Wind.'
Tickets are also still available for upcoming screenings of the film in New York City on November 5th (enter a competition to win tickets for the New York premiere courtesy of WNET/THIRTEEN!) and in Virginia on November 6th (Bill T. Jones attending).