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

jeudi 31 janvier 2019

Alice Guy Fondation #aliceguyblache #madredelcine #motherofcinema #firstfemaledirector #firstwomandirector


  Photographer: Albert Gilibert Alice Guy Fondation #aliceguyblache #madredelcine #motherofcinema #firstfemaledirector #firstwomandirector
Alice Guy Fondation #aliceguyblache #madredelcine #motherofcinema #firstfemaledirector #firstwomandirector

  Photographer: Albert Gilibert Alice Guy Fondation #aliceguyblache #madredelcine #motherofcinema #firstfemaledirector #firstwomandirector

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mercredi 16 janvier 2019

Alice Guy + JLG The superimposition of Guy and Duras ... in ​Deux fois 50 ans in Godard's pantheons:

Alice Guy + JLG

The superimposition of Guy and Duras in ​Deux fois 50 ans suggests a certain


 solidarity faced with the preponderance of men in Godard's pantheons:

https://www.thecinetourist.net/alice-guy--jlg.html

#aliceguyblache #motherofcinema#aliceguyfondation #aliceguyblachefoundation
Alice Guy + JLG

The superimposition of Guy and Duras in ​Deux fois 50 ans suggests a certain


 solidarity faced with the preponderance of men in Godard's pantheons:

https://www.thecinetourist.net/alice-guy--jlg.html

#aliceguyblache #motherofcinema#aliceguyfondation #aliceguyblachefoundation

samedi 12 janvier 2019

1999 Reel Women in Film - Alice Guy Intro by Barbra Streisand & Hosted by Shirley MacLaine

https://www.facebook.com/aliceguyblacheHello I´m Barbra Streisand and I´m delighted to bring you the stories of four women filmmakers pioneers in their lives and accomplishments and first hand accounts are extraordinary in 1896 a young french named Alice Guy was the first woman to direct a film and when women couldn´t even vote she would own and run her own studio #aliceguyblache #motherofcinema#barbrasteisand #aliceguyfondation #1999 

U N T O L D   S T O R Y ?


U N T O L D S T O R Y ?
1975 : Qui est Alice Guy, documentaire de Nicole Lise Berneimhttps://www.ina.fr/video/CPC7606810102
1983 : Elle voulait faire du cinéma, de Caroline Huppert avec Christine Pascal

1992 : Women who make the movies de Gwendoln Fosterhttps://www.imdb.com/title/tt0478900/
1995 : Le Jardin oublié : La vie et l’œuvre d’Alice Guy-Blaché de Marquise Lepage https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zli0mysaUeU
1996 : Alice Guy pionnière du cinéma, de Florida Sadkihttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jiVKQfiq1qM
1996 : Alice Guy Blaché, l´enfance du cinema de Katja Raganellihttps://www.imdb.com/title/tt2325515/
1998 : Une multitude de Perles, de Lumière du regard
2000 : Reel Models, de Barbra Streisandhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7cFAlJwiiU
2008 : Looking for Alice, de Claudia Collaohttps://www.filmsdocumentaires.com/.../1178-looking-for...
2008 Gaumont le cinéma premier, dvd 
2013 : TEARS de Miriam Dehne https://vimeo.com/69382619
2015 : Reverse Alice de Kat Eiswald https://vimeo.com/135949179
2017 : Elle s'appelle Alice Guy, d'Emmanuelle Gaume avec Alexandra Lamy https://www.68productions.com/bande-annonce-elle-s.../
2018 : Be Natural, the U N T O L D Story of Alice Guy Blaché de Pamela B. Green


 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7cFAlJwiiU  1999 Reel Women in Film - Alice Guy Intro by Barbra Streisand & Hosted by Shirley MacLaine https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7cFAlJwiiU   

Le Gant Élégant d´Alice Guy. 1913

Le Gant Élégant d´Alice Guy. 1913

Alice Guy Blache... Rat Slaughtering Realistic Record

""Le côté humain de cette Française douée, se remarque dans sa dévotion à Solax, le chat qui apparaît dans le film Dick Whittington. Une des fiertés de Madame est d'avoir appris à Solax la comédie.
Pour ceux qui connaissent l’histoire de Dick Whittington, c’est Solax qui a rapporté une fortune considérable à son maître lorsque le chat a été vendu au sultan du Maroc pour chasser les rats du palais de ce souverain. mise en scène de la pièce de Whittington.
Solax était probablement le chat le plus occupé de Fort Lee pendant les répétitions, il avait une possibilité illimitée de pourchasser des rats vivants. Les rats étaient également un objet d'intérêt pour les actrices. Pendant que Solax courait après les rongeurs, les jeunes femmes devaient fuir les petits animaux Pour faire de Sojax un acteur, il fallait un travail considérable. Mais maintenant, il aime son métier et craint même de quitter le studio une fois son travail terminé. " Pittsburgh Daily Post, 30 mars 1913. 🔎 JJ Dietrick 🔎
#aliceguyblache #motherofcinema



"The human side of this gifted French woman is shown in her devotion to Solax, the cat who appears in the Dick Whittington reel. One of the fond boasts of Madame is that she taught Solax to act. That Solax is able to act will be realized by those who know the story of Dick Whittington. For it was Solax who brought his master a large fortune when the cat was sold to the Sultan of Morocco to drive out the rats from that ruler's palace. There were many amusing incidents connected with the staging of the Whittington play. Solax was probably the busiest cat in Fort Lee during the rehearsals because he had unlimited opportunity to chase live rats The rats were also an object of interest to the actresses. While Solax was running after the rodents the young women were running away from the little animals To make Sojax into an actor required considerable labor But now he is fond of his profession and is even loath to desert the studio after the completion of his work for the day." Pittsburgh Daily Post, March 30, 1913.