Alice Guy Blache by Emmanuelle Gaume with Alexandra Lamy

Alice Guy Blache by Emmanuelle Gaume with Alexandra Lamy
Why a movie? Guy-Blaché is the definition of an industry pioneer, rising first through Gaumont Studios, then by becoming the founder and head of Solax Studios. By all accounts a cisgender woman, she nonetheless challenged masculine stereotypes, making big meaningful moves like casting women into then-typically male professions, like magicians or dog-trainers, and taking on the masculine roles herself, dressing as a man and stepping in front of the camera. Today, as we continue to mold our perspectives on how we conceptualize gender and sexuality in mainstream artr, Guy-Blaché’s story is both a feminist rendering of an inherently masculine system, and a subversion of how women were expected to perform both on- and off-screen

mardi 19 février 2008

ALICE GUY 1896 LA FEE AU CHOUX


THE WOMAN PICTURE MAKER
Madame ALICE GUY BLACHÉ, the Distinguished Producer, Tells Townsend Black of Her Wonder Work

lundi 18 février 2008

Falling Leaves Alice Guy Unesco Paris mars 2008

Pour le 40éme anniversaire de la disparition d'Alice Guy "Les amis d'Alice Guy" organise "Alice Guy au pays du cinema" salle Juan Miró UNESCO Paris du 10 au 21 mars 2008
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video: FALLING LEAVES SOLAX PRODUCTION ALICE GUY version sonorisée

STARS SOLAX STOCK Bessie Love Olga Petrova



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STARS SOLAX STOCK
BESSIE LOVE
OLGA PETROVA

Pour le 40éme anniversaire de la disparition d'Alice Guy "Les amis d'Alice Guy"organise "Alice Guy au pays du cinema" Du 10 au 21 mars Palais de l'UNESCO Paris salle J. Miró

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dimanche 17 février 2008

ALICE GUY 1896 LA FEE AU CHOUX

"La hada de los repollos" 1896
"The cabbage fairy" 1896
"A fada nas couves" 1896
"La fee aux choux" 1896

A Tribute to No more Mr. nice Guy d'Alice Cooper ??

TO Becker-Ho Alice / Guy Debord chez Lebovici en 1987 ??


NO Guy !! Just A tribute to ALICE GUY !!

Alice Guy la dame aux cameras


Alice guy "La dame aux cameras" Alice Guy, "La femme-cinema"Alice Guy "Au pays du cinema"
Pour le 40éme anniversaire de la disparition
d'Alice Guy l'association "Les amis d'Alice Guy"
(ALICEGUY.FREE.FR)
organise l'exposition "Alice Guy au pays du cinema"
UNESCO - PARIS du 10 au 21 mars 2008

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jeudi 14 février 2008

Alice guy phonoscene :Mayol 1906

Alice Guy cinema chantant et parlantallier le son et l'image a toujours été la préoccupation d'Alice Guy, elle va s'y consacrer entre 1902 et 1907 elle enregistre environ 160 phonoscenes, des bandes de trois a six minutes .Tout le répertoire classique et de variétés y passe; extrait d'opéra et d'opérettes, ballets , danses, chansons á succés , numéros comiques et de music-hall.

l'association "Les amis d'Alice Guy" organise l'exposition
"Alice au pays du cinema" du 10 au 21 mars 2008 UNESCO Paris








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mardi 12 février 2008

ALICE GUY 1906 PHONOSCENE MAYOL CHANTE ROSINE


POUR LE 40 éme ANNIVERSAIRE DE LA DISPARITION D' ALICE GUY
L'ASSOCIATION "LES AMIS D'ALICE GUY" ORGANISE L'EXPOSITION
"ALICE GUY AU PAYS DU CINEMA" DU 10>28 MARS 2008 UNESCO
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MAYOL CHANTE ROSINE PHONOSCENE D' ALICE GUY 1906


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Alice Guy SOLAX

Solax Studios



Solax Studios was an American motion picture studio founded in 1910 by executives from the Gaumont Film Company of France. Alice Guy-Blaché, her husband Herbert, and a third partner, George A. Magie established The Solax Company. Alice Guy-Blaché was artistic director and the director for many of its films, while her husband Herbert Blaché managed production for the new company. They built the first studio in Flushing, New York but, as Solax prospered they invested more than $100,000 in a modern production plant in 1912 in Fort Lee, New Jersey, a place that was quickly becoming the film capital of America and home to many major film studios.

This was a time when the American film industry was rapidly changing from little more than a scientific curiosity to an important sector of the economic engine driving the economy. In this environment, Solax studios was conceived as an all-in-one operation with its own film processing laboratory and state of the art stages built under a glass roof. In addition to the administrative offices, the production facilities included dressing rooms, a set fabrication workshop, and a costume design department with sewing room.

In 1912, Solax Studios made a short film titled A Fool And His Money that was directed by Alice Guy-Blaché. It is believed to be the first film ever made with a cast comprising only African-American actors. The film is now at the National Center for Film and Video Preservation at the American Film Institute. The new Metro Pictures, (now MGM), began its business life in 1916 primarily as a distributor of successful Solax films. Several emerging stars appeared in Solax films including John and Ethel Barrymore, Claire Whitney, Olga Petrova, and Billy Quirk.

In between their own productions, the Blachés leased the studios to other production companies such as Goldwyn Picture Corporation and Selznick Picture Corp. However, Solax and the rest of the East Coast film industry rapidly declined throughout the 1920s as a result of the phenomenal growth of motion picture facilities in Hollywood, California that offered lower costs and a climate that accommodated year-round filming.