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Anthology Film Archives Announces ‘Woman With a Movie Camera: Female Film Directors Before 1950’ Program

The series runs September 15 — 28.

New York’s Anthology Film Archives has announced the lineup for its ambitious Woman With a Movie Camera: Female Film Directors Before 1950,” which runs September 15 — 28. Among the spotlighted filmmakers are Gene Gauntier, Lois Weber and Alice Guy-Blaché, though many more will be featured during the two-week series as well. Full lineup below.

“The Girl Spy Before Vicksburg” (Sidney Olcott & Gene Gauntier)”Further Adventures of the Girl Spy” (Sidney Olcott)

“The Colleen Bawn” (Sidney Olcott & Gene Gauntier)

“Broadway Love” (Ida May Park)

“The Adventures of Prince Achmed” (Lotte Reiniger)
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“The Rosary” and “Suspense” (Lois Weber & Phillips Smalley)

“Shoes” (Lois Weber)

“The Holy Night” (Elvira Notari)

“Humankind” (Elvira Giallanella)

“The Drunken Mattress” (Alice Guy-Blaché)

“The Strike” (Alice Guy-Blaché)

“The New Love and the Old” (Alice Guy-Blaché)

“The Roads That Lead Home” (Alice Guy-Blaché)

“The Lost Garden: The Life and Cinema of Alice Guy-Blaché” (Marquise Lepage)

“The Smiling Madame Beudet” (Germaine Dulac)
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“The Seashell and the Clergyman” (Germaine Dulac)

“The Latest Variety Sensation” (Rosa Porten & Franz Eckstein)

“The Fall of the Romanov Dynasty” (Esfir Shub)

“The Girl in Tails” (Karin Swanström)

“Knowing Men” (Elinor Glyn)

“Homes for the People” (Kay Mander)

“Merrily We Go to Hell” (Dorothy Arzner)

“Fieldwork Footage” (Zora Neale Hurston)

“Death Is a Caress” (Edith Carlmar)

“Golden Gate Girls” (S. Louis Wei)

“Nobody’s Wife” (Adela Sequeyro)

“Women Who Made the Movies” (Gwendolyn Foster & Wheeler Dixon)

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