Have you ever heard of Alice Guy-Blaché? Presumably the first ever female filmmaker, Alice was a pioneer in the early days of cinema. She understood the potential of the newly-invented cinematograph as a powerful narrative tool and was one of the first ever filmmakers to make films with a plot. Despite her prolific career (over 1000 films) and invaluable contribution to the history of cinema, Alice Guy-Blaché was erased from history…until now. Narrated by Jodie Foster, this fascinating documentary tells her story from the beginnings as Gaumont secretary, to her eclectic 20-year career in the film industry.

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  • Rating:8+
  • Country:USA
  • Duration:103 minutes
  • Director:Pamela B. Green
  • Narrator:Jodie Foster