Secret History of the Dividing Line, A True Account in Nine Parts: Parts I–IV
The Secret History of the Dividing Line is a cycle of films centered around one of the largest and most famous libraries of colonial America, that of William Byrd II. Gatten produces glimpses into lost worlds through text, images, and biographical writings from Byrd and the melodramatic love life of his daughter Evelyn. (101 mins., 16mm)
Secret History of the Dividing Line (2002): 20 mins.
The Great Art of Knowing (2004): 37 mins.
Moxon’s Mechanick Exercises, or, The Doctrine of Handy-Works Applied to the Art of Printing (1999): 26 mins.
The Enjoyment of Reading (Lost and Found) (2001): 18 mins.
This series, organized by the Wexner Center, will tour the country throughout 2012, with stops at the National Gallery of Art, Harvard Film Archive, and various venues in San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Cosponsored by Ohio State’s Rare Books and Manuscript Library
$5 senior citizens
$7 general public
VISITING FILMMAKERS SERIES
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTIONS FOR FILM/VIDEO
Rohauer Collection Foundation
GENERAL SUPPORT FOR
THE WEXNER CENTER
Greater Columbus Arts Council
Ohio Arts Council