Ken Burns' ears must be ringing - and not from the sounds of "Jazz."
Burns' 19-hour documentary wasn't among the movies at this year's Denver Jazz Film Festival, but that didn't prevent many festival attendees from critiquing it.
"I could make a movie called "All The Things That Ken Burns Left Out,' said Celia Mingus Zaentz, the first wife of jazz legend Charles Mingus. She made clear, though, that the series served a purpose.
"It's now given us a reference point. Now you can start a conversation with anyone who has seen the jazz series," she said.