Make No Little Film-Screening Plans

The National Mall owes much to the architectural legacy of Daniel Burnham. The McMillan Commission, which planned the Mall in 1901, was inspired by the City Beautiful movement that Burnham sparked off with his design of the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition, in Chicago. So it is fitting that the National Mall will be the venue of the Washington, D.C., premiere of a PBS documentary on Burnham, Make No Little Plans. The film was produced by The Archimedia Workshop, in consultation with Kartemquin Films, and will be screened at 8:30 p.m. this Wednesday, June 9, on the Mall at 4th Street. You can watch more clips from the documentary here.

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