Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-BlacheDocumentaries
Alice Guy-Blaché, a prolific trailblazer of early cinema unfairly ignored by film history, has her groundbreaking life story told in this revealing documentary narrated by Jodie Foster.
Present at the very beginning of cinema, Alice Guy-Blaché carved out a 20-year career as a filmmaker, writing, directing and producing hundreds of films at her own production company, Solax. In a maledominated industry, Guy-Blaché’s work explored class, race and societal norms from a distinctly feminine perspective.
Despite her achievements, by 1919 her career had come to an abrupt end and her work was omitted from many history books. Featuring interviews with Geena Davis, Diablo Cody, Gillian Armstrong, Julie Delpy and the late
|Language:||English and French, with English subtitles|
|Director:||Pamela B Green|
|Producer:||Robert Redford, Pamela B Green, Hugh Hefner, Geralyn White Dreyfous|
|Script:||Pamela B Green, Joan Simon|
|Rights:||The Backlot Films|