Producing COVID-Delayed Culture

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

COVID-19 has derailed the plans of many cultural institutions and events, from book launches and theatre performances to films and television series. Steve Paikin talks to poet Madhur Anand, filmmaker Barry Avrich, and television producer Carrie Mudd about how the pandemic has ruined plans to launch or finish their latest projects.
COVID-19 and the Arts; A Centenarian's View of the Pandemic
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