In the late 19th century a new industry began, filmmaking. In the beginning, it was open to anyone, man or women, who wanted to try. That would change once big money got involved, and some would be pushed aside and forgotten about.
Are you ready to hear that story of a remarkable woman named Alice Guy Blaché who helped create the art of film and how Hollywood and history left her behind? Today we have her story.
Show notes and links:
- The Lost Garden: The Life and Cinema of Alice Guy-Blaché (1995) (youtube.com)
- The Cabbage Fairy (1896) – 1st Female Filmmaker – ALICE GUY BLACHE – La Fee aux Choux (youtube.com)
- “Falling Leaves” (1912) silent film dir by Alice Guy Blaché – piano score by Ben Model (youtube.com)
- Alice Guy-Blaché – Wikipedia (wikipedia.org)
- Alice Guy Blaché – Women Film Pioneers Project (columbia.edu)
- Home | Alice Guy Blaché (aliceguyblache.com)
- Fort Lee: The Film Town by Richard Koszarski, Paperback (barnesandnoble.com)