Women and the Silent Screen

This free online edition of Women and the Silent Screen (June 4–6), the biennial international conference focused on women’s involvement during the earliest decades of film history, will feature 4 programs of panels and workshops; a conversation between Manohla Dargis (New York Times) and Ariel Schweitzer (Cahiers du cinéma) on the first woman filmmaker, Alice Guy Blaché; and film rarities, such as the earliest known film with an all Asian American cast and Soviet documentaries never before seen in the US. 

Drop in for one session or the full event, and sure to check out the free program of Alice Guy Blaché films on the Kennington Bioscope YouTube channel, available to view through June 2021. Learn more details on the website and register there for the free Zoom link. 

FREE

https://wssxi.library.columbia.edu/

The free Kennington Bioscope program of Alice Guy Blaché films will be available on YouTube for all of June: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_T3qLb64tw











When: Sun., Jun. 6, 2021 at 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Where: No Location
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Price: Free
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This free online edition of Women and the Silent Screen (June 4–6), the biennial international conference focused on women’s involvement during the earliest decades of film history, will feature 4 programs of panels and workshops; a conversation between Manohla Dargis (New York Times) and Ariel Schweitzer (Cahiers du cinéma) on the first woman filmmaker, Alice Guy Blaché; and film rarities, such as the earliest known film with an all Asian American cast and Soviet documentaries never before seen in the US. 

Drop in for one session or the full event, and sure to check out the free program of Alice Guy Blaché films on the Kennington Bioscope YouTube channel, available to view through June 2021. Learn more details on the website and register there for the free Zoom link. 

FREE

https://wssxi.library.columbia.edu/

The free Kennington Bioscope program of Alice Guy Blaché films will be available on YouTube for all of June: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_T3qLb64tw

Buy tickets/get more info now