Now That’s What I Call Kino #2 – The Forgotten Pioneer of Alice Guy-Blaché

Cinema was born with the Lumière Brothers, but little do people know that narrative film began somewhere else. In 1896, whilst the Lumière’s were amazed in recognition of trains and people leaving their work, Alice Guy-Blaché looked at the medium of film and the wider landscape it can bless than just documenting real life. Whilst…

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REVIEW: “A Heartbreaking and Beautiful Restoration of a Film Pioneer” – Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy Blache

Alice Guy Blache is the mother of film, but for many years no one knew her name, and many filmmakers still haven’t seen her work. Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy Blache, directed by Pamela B. Green, explores Guy Blache’s life and work from an archival perspective, with the goal of restoring her…

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