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Event Overview

Blues at Timbuctoo, is scheduled for September 18, from noon to 5 p.m., at the John Brown Farm State Historic Site in Lake Placid, NY.

The event is to be held outdoors at the 270-acre John Brown Farm State Historic Site in Lake Placid with renowned vocalists, instrumentalists, performers, and storytellers in concert and conversation with the audience.  *Rain or Shine!  Free & Outdoors! Pack a picnic basket and sun umbrella. *Indoor venue in case of rain!

Blues At Timbuctoo

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John Brown Lives!

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Blues at Timbuctoo

Location:

Barn at John Brown's Farm

 (check on the map)

Reception sponsored by:

John Brown Lives!

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12:00 am

To

5:00 pm

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Sep 18

 - 

18

Blues at Timbuctoo

Location:

Barn at John Brown's Farm

 (check on the map)

Reception sponsored by:

John Brown Lives!

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Featuring The Jerry Dagger Band and other invited guests

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Educational Panels

Featured Films

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Meet the moderators

Each week, filmmakers will be interviewed by moderators who have previously presented at the Festival. Moderators include university-level film professors, producers, directors and an on-air guest host of Turner Classic Movies.

They’ll discuss how the filmmakers have worked and found opportunities during the pandemic; other projects of the filmmakers, either in production or under consideration; and memorable moments from the making of the selected films.

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A huge thanks to all our Sponsors and Partners

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An Evening with Raoul Peck and Jeffrey Brown

Honoring esteemed Director, Screenwriter and Producer Raoul Peck, Director of acclaimed film “I am not your Negro”, "Lumumba" and newly released HBO series, “Exterminate all the Brutes”, voted best docuseries by the AAFCA, among TV honors.

Born in Haiti, raised in the Congo, U.S., France and Germany, Peck earned an economic-engineering master’s degree at the University of Berlin and then studied film at the Academy of Cinema and Television in Berlin. He served as Haiti’s Minister of Culture from 1996 to 1997.

Raoul Peck is one of the most significant and prolific filmmakers of our time, richly rewarded for his historical, political and artistic work.

Jeffrey Brown is celebrated Senior Arts and Entertainment Correspondent for the “PBS Newshour”.

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