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Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers DVD
Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers

Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers

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Many of their names--Lois Weber, Alice Guy Blaché, Grace Cunard, and Ida May among them--have been lost to time, but the impact of the work of these female directors and actors can still be felt today. This collection compiles 11 feature films, including "Hypocrites" (1915), "The Call of the Cumberlands" (1916), "Where Are My Children?" (1916), "'49–'17" (1917), "The Dream Lady" (1918), "Back to God's Country" (1919), "Salomé" (1923), "The Song of Love" (1923), "The Red Kimona" (1925), and "Linda" (1929), along with 38 short subjects, including "Algie the Miner," "Caught in a Cabaret," "Falling Leaves," "Her Defiance," "Lost by a Hair," "Mixed Pets," "The Risky Road," "What Do Men Want?," and more. 22 hrs. total on six discs. Standard; Soundtrack: music score; featurettes; documentaries. Silent with music score.
Title: Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers
Genre: Special Interest-Documentary, Drama-Classics (Silent Films)
Studio: Kino Classics
Number of Discs: 6
Attributes: Silent Movie
Release Date: 11/20/2018
Product Type: DVD
Rated: NR
UPC: 738329234102
Item #: 2095819X

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