The Gettysburg Address is an upcoming American documentary film written, directed, and produced by Sean Conant. The film chronicles the evolution of freedom and equality in America and beyond, as told through the story of the Gettysburg Address.
The film features scholars, writers, politicians, dignitaries, conservators, and celebrities. Historians including James M. McPherson, Eric Foner, Harold Holzer, Allen C. Guelzo, David Blight, Drew Gilpin Faust, and Henry Louis Gates examine how Lincoln, with almost no formal education, crafted this eloquent and most famous speech in American history.
The Gettysburg Address also highlights evocations of the speech by political and cultural leaders.
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