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David Kennard

A Year In Port

Terence Clarke | Posted 07.25.2016 | Style
Terence Clarke

All three of these documentary films display the many difficulties to be found in growing grapes and making wine, no matter what kind. But for me, these Portuguese vines, many of them so old, yet still so remarkably fine, present the most challenging difficulties of them all... simply because of where they are.

A Year in Champagne

Terence Clarke | Posted 03.11.2014 | Entertainment
Terence Clarke

That the wine so noted for sprightly bubbles and light-hearted festivity comes from this often difficult setting is the first of many surprises in the film.

'A Year in Burgundy': David Kennard Discusses New Winemaking Documentary

Terence Clarke | Posted 03.17.2013 | Taste
Terence Clarke

David Kennard leans lovingly over the glass before him, which is filled with the somber beauty of a vintage French pinot noir. We spent one full year with people who make wine like no one else in the world," he says, "and that's how we filmed A Year in Burgundy."

David Kennard: 40 Years of Nonfiction Hits

Terence Clarke | Posted 07.08.2012 | Home
Terence Clarke

Kennard has just finished writing, producing and directing a remarkable series of films for PBS titled Keeping Score. Each film features a single major piece by a particular composer.