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

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

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