The Life & Times of the World’s First Woman Filmmaker | SF
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San Francisco Main Library | 100 Larkin Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
A discussion will follow the presentation.
About Alice Guy-Blaché:
Creating her first motion picture in France in the 1890s, Alice Guy-Blaché went on to found her own successful production company in the US, directing, producing and writing more than 700 films. Clips from her films, which were edited to illustrate events from her personal life, are intercut with revealing excerpts from TV interviews with Guy-Blaché, photographs, reminiscences by family members, and interviews with film historians.
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