Frank Lloyd Wright

This two-part documentary explores the life of one of America's greatest architects -- hated by some, worshipped by others and ignored by many. Using archival photographs, live cinematography, interviews, newsreel footage and home movies, the film tells the story of Wright's turbulent life and his extraordinary professional career.

Funding Provided By: General Motors Corporation; The Pew Charitable Trusts; PBS; CPB; David H. Koch: The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations; The National Endowment for the Humanities; Illinois Bureau of Tourism

For more than three decades, Ken Burns and his colleagues at Florentine Films—directors, writers, producers, editors, and cinematographers—have produced some of the most critically acclaimed and most watched documentaries on public television.

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