Director Stanley Nelson Talks About Miles Davis
Clip: 02/25/2020 | 1m 42s
Stanley Nelson, director of Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool, talks about why he chose to make a film about the iconic jazz musician. He also discusses how this film is more than just a film about a jazz musician and really a film about the United States in the second half of the 20th century as told through music.
Aired: 02/25/20 |
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