The Resource Pioneers : first women filmmakers, Kino Classics ; Library of Congress ; curator, Shelley Stamp ; producer, Bret Wood ; executive producer, Illeana Douglas

Pioneers : first women filmmakers, Kino Classics ; Library of Congress ; curator, Shelley Stamp ; producer, Bret Wood ; executive producer, Illeana Douglas

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Pioneers : first women filmmakers
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Pioneers
Title remainder
first women filmmakers
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Kino Classics ; Library of Congress ; curator, Shelley Stamp ; producer, Bret Wood ; executive producer, Illeana Douglas
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First women filmmakers
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Arranger of music
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Film director
Film producer
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Language
eng
Summary
In the early decades of cinema, some of the most innovative and celebrated filmmakers in America were women. Alice Guy-Blaché helped establish the basics of cinematic language, while others boldly continued its development: slapstick queen Mabel Normand (who taught Charlie Chaplin the craft of directing), action star Grace Cunard, and LGBTQ icon Alla Nazimova. Unafraid of controversy, filmmakers such as Lois Weber and Dorothy Davenport Reid tackled explosive issues such as birth control, abortion, and prostitution. This crucial chapter of film history comes alive through the presentation of a wide assortment of films, carefully curated, meticulously restored in 2K and 4K from archival sources, and presented with new musical scores
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Credits note
Music, Eunice Martins, Ava Mendoza, Meg Morley, Liz Magnes, Makia Matsumura, Andrew Earle Simpson, Ben Model, Carolyn Swartz, Maud Nelissen, Deborah Hudson, Esin Aydingoz, Berklee Silent Film Orchestra, Skylar Nam, Rob Gal, Amy Denio, Lisa Mezzacappa, Bill Snyder, Judith Rosenberg, Chris Tsambis, Aleksandra Vrebalov, Libby Meyer, Renée C. Baker, Chicago Modern Orchestra Project, Joanna Seaton, Donald Sosin, Dana Reason
Dewey number
791.4302/33092
Language note
Silent with English intertitles and added music
LC call number
  • PN1998.2
  • PN1995.9.W6
LC item number
  • .P56 2018
  • P555 2018
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  • 1963-
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  • 1879-1939
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  • 1881-1953
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  • Stamp, Shelley
  • Wood, Bret
  • Douglas, Illeana
  • Martins, Eunice
  • Mendoza, Ava
  • Morley, Meg
  • Magnes, Liz
  • Matsumura, Makia
  • Simpson, Andrew
  • Model, Ben
  • Swartz, Carolyn
  • Nelissen, Maud
  • Hudson, Deborah
  • Aydingoz, Esin
  • Nam, Skylar
  • Gal, Rob
  • Denio, Amy
  • Mezzacappa, Lisa
  • Snyder, Bill
  • Rosenberg, Judith
  • Tsambis, Chris
  • Vrebalov, Aleksandra
  • Meyer, Libby
  • Baker, Renée
  • Seaton, Joanna
  • Sosin, Donald
  • Reason, Dana
  • Guy, Alice
  • Gauntier, Gene
  • Olcott, Sidney
  • Porter, Edwin S.
  • Weber, Lois
  • Smalley, Phillips
  • Cunard, Grace
  • Ford, Francis
  • Madison, Cleo
  • Baldwin, Ruth Ann
  • Normand, Mabel
  • Arbuckle, Roscoe
  • Gibson, Angela Murray
  • Hurston, Zora Neale
  • King, Joseph
  • Warrenton, Lule
  • Wong, Marion E.
  • Wilson, Elsie Jane
  • Park, Ida May
  • Bryant, Charles
  • Nazimova
  • Lang, Walter
  • Davenport, Dorothy
  • Ivers, Julia Crawford
  • Hartford, David
  • Shipman, Nell
  • Marion, Frances
  • Franklin, Chester M.
  • Oppenheim, James
  • Cook, William Wallace
  • Payton, Lucy
  • Widdemer, Margaret
  • Robbins, Katherine Leiser
  • Campbell, Evelyn
  • Wilde, Oscar
  • Curwood, James Oliver
  • Peterson, Margaret
  • Berklee Silent Film Orchestra
  • Chicago Modern Orchestra Project
  • Solax Company
  • Kalem Company
  • Rex Motion Picture Company
  • Hobart Bosworth Productions (Firm)
  • Universal Film Manufacturing Company
  • Lois Weber Productions
  • Star Ranch Photoplays (Firm)
  • Keystone Film Company
  • Gibson Studios (Firm)
  • Powers Motion Picture Co
  • Mandarin Film Company
  • Nazimova Productions, Inc
  • Mrs. Wallace Reid Productions (Firm)
  • Pallas Pictures (Firm)
  • Canadian Photoplays Ltd
  • Shipman-Curwood Company
  • Norma Talmadge Film Corporation
  • Library of Congress
  • Kino Classics (Firm)
Runtime
0
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  • Women motion picture producers and directors
  • Women in the motion picture industry
Technique
live action
Label
Pioneers : first women filmmakers, Kino Classics ; Library of Congress ; curator, Shelley Stamp ; producer, Bret Wood ; executive producer, Illeana Douglas
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Title from container
  • Full screen
  • Originally released as motion pictures 1911-1929
  • Accompanying booklet (76 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 18 cm) comprises program notes, bibliographical references, and essays by Illeana Douglas, Shelley Stamp, Bret Wood, Arthur Dong, Charles "Buckey" Grimm, Kristen Larvick, and Deborah Levy
  • Idle wives based on the novel by James Oppenheim; '49 -'17 based on a story by William Wallace Cook; Where are my children? based on a story by Lucy Payton and Franklin Hall; The dream lady based on the novel Why not? by Margaret Widdemer; The risky road based on the story "Her fling" by Katherine Leiser Robbins; Bread based on a story by Evelyn Campbell; Salomé based on the play by Oscar Wilde; Back to God's country based on the novel Wapi, the walrus by James Oliver Curwood; The song of love based on a novel by Margaret Peterson
  • Special features: Audio commentaries by Alison McMahan (for Algie the miner, Falling leaves, Canned harmony, A fool and his money, and Matrimony speed limit); An introduction (documentary short); Alice Guy-Blaché (documentary short); About the restorations (documentary short); Lois Weber (documentary short); Mabel Normand (documentary short); Serial queens (documentary short); Social commentary (documentary short); commentary tracks: Bread (Anthony Slide), Salomé (Gaylyn Studlar), The red kimona (Anthony Slide); The end of an era (documentary short)
Accompanying material
1 booklet (76 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 18 cm)
Carrier category
videodisc
Carrier category code
vd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Configuration of playback channels
unknown
Content category
two-dimensional moving image
Content type code
tdi
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Solax Film Company ; directed by Alice Guy-Blaché
  • (1911) (16 min.)
  • Algie the miner
  • Solax Film Company ; directed by Alice Guy-Blaché
  • (1912) (10 min.)
  • Falling leaves
  • Solax Film Company ; directed by Alice Guy-Blaché
  • (1912) (12 min.)
  • The little rangers (fragment)
  • (aka Two little rangers)
  • Disc one : Alice Guy-Blaché:
  • Solax Film Company ; directed by Alice Guy-Blaché
  • (1912) (11 min.)
  • Canned harmony
  • Solax Film Company ; directed by Alice Guy-Blaché
  • (1912) (16 min.)
  • A fool and his money
  • Solax Film Company ; directed by Alice Guy-Blaché
  • (1912) (11 min.)
  • The high cost of living
  • Solax Film Company ; directed by Alice Guy-Blaché
  • Mixed pets
  • (1912) (14 min.)
  • Matrimony's speed limit
  • Solax Film Company ; directed by Alice Guy-Blaché
  • (1913) (14 min.)
  • The ocean waif
  • Solax Film Company ; directed by Alice Guy-Blaché
  • (1916) (36 min.)
  • The colleen bawn
  • The Kalem Company ; directed by Gene Gauntier and Sidney Olcott
  • (1911) (35 min.)
  • Solax Film Company ; directed by Alice Guy-Blaché
  • On the brink (fragment)
  • Rex Motion Picture Company ; directed by Edwin S. Porter and Lois Weber
  • (1911) (12 min.)
  • (1911) (14 min.)
  • Tramp strategy
  • Solax Film Company ; directed by Alice Guy-Blaché
  • (1911) (12 min.)
  • Greater love hath no man
  • Rex Motion Picture Company ; directed by Lois Weber and Phillips Smalley
  • (1913) (14 min.)
  • Suspense
  • Rex Motion Picture Company ; directed by Lois Weber and Phillips Smalley
  • (1913) (11 min.)
  • Lost by a hair (fragment)
  • Rex Motion Picture Company ; directed by Lois Weber and Phillips Smalley
  • (1914) (4 min.)
  • Hypocrites
  • Hobart Bosworth Productions ; written and directed by Lois Weber
  • Disc two : Lois Weber:
  • (1915) (51 min.)
  • Sunshine Molly (fragment)
  • Hobart Bosworth Productions ; directed by Lois Weber and Phillips Smalley
  • (1915) (31 min.)
  • Idle wives (fragment)
  • Universal Film Manufacturing Company ; directed by Lois Weber and Phillips Smalley
  • (1916) (23 min.)
  • What do men want? (fragment)
  • Lois Weber Productions ; written and directed by Lois Weber
  • (1921) (40 min.)
  • From death to life
  • Rex Motion Picture Company ; directed by Lois Weber and Phillips Smalley
  • (1911) (13 min.)
  • Fine feathers
  • Rex Motion Picture Company ; directed by Lois Weber
  • (1912) (15 min.)
  • The rosary
  • Universal Film Manufacturing Company ; written and directed by Grace Cunard and Francis Ford
  • (1917) (19 min.)
  • The purple mask. Episode 13 reel 1, The leap
  • Universal Film Manufacturing Company ; written and directed by Grace Cunard and Francis Ford
  • (1917) (10 min.)
  • A daughter of "the law"
  • Star Ranch Productions ; written and directed by Grace Cunard
  • (1921) (22 min.)
  • Eleanor's catch
  • Rex Motion Picture Company ; directed by Cleo Madison (1916) (13 min.)
  • Disc three : Pioneers of genre:
  • '49 - '17
  • Universal Film Manufacturing Company ; written and directed by Ruth Ann Baldwin
  • (1917) (70 min.)
  • Caught in a cabaret
  • Keystone Film Company ; directed by Mabel Normand
  • (1914) (23 min.)
  • Mabel's blunder
  • Keystone Film Company ; directed by Mabel Normand
  • (1914) (16 min.)
  • Mabel and Fatty's wash day
  • The hazards of Helen. Episode 13, The escape on the fast freight
  • Keystone Film Company ; directed by Mabel Normand and Roscoe Arbuckle
  • (1915) b(13 min.)
  • That ice ticket
  • Gibson Studios ; directed by Angela Murray Gibson
  • (1922) (10 min.)
  • Ethnographic films
  • directed by Zora Neale Hurston
  • (1929) (12 min.)
  • The Kalem Company
  • (1915) (11 min.)
  • The hazards of Helen. Episode 26, The wild engine
  • The Kalem Company
  • (1915) (10 min.)
  • The purple mask. Episode 12, The vault of mystery
  • Powers Picture Plays ; directed by Lule Warrenton
  • (1916) (10 min.)
  • The curse of Quon Gwon : when the Far East mingles with the West
  • Mandarin Film Company ; written and directed by Marion E. Wong
  • (1917) (35 min.)
  • Scandal
  • Universal Film Manufacturing Company ; directed by Lois Weber and Phillips Smalley
  • (1915) (35 min.)
  • The dream lady
  • Universal Film Manufacturing Company ; directed by Elsie Jane Wilson
  • Disc four : Social commentary 1:
  • (1918) (54 min.)
  • Where are my children?
  • Universal Film Manufacturing Company ; directed by Lois Weber and Phillips Smalley
  • (1916) (65 min.)
  • Her defiance
  • Universal Film Manufacturing Company ; directed by Cleo Madison and Joe King
  • (1916) (21 min.)
  • When little Lindy sang
  • Nazimova Productions ; directed by Charles Bryant and Alla Nazimova [uncredited]
  • The red kimona
  • Mrs. Wallace Reid Productions ; directed by Walter Lang and Dorothy Davenport Reid [uncredited]
  • (1925) (77 min.)
  • Linda
  • Mrs Wallace Reid Productions ; directed by Dorothy Davenport Reid
  • (1929) (73 min.)
  • Disc five : Social commentary 2:
  • The risky road (fragment)
  • Universal Film Manufacturing Company ; written and directed by Ida May Park
  • (1918) (2 min.)
  • Bread (fragment)
  • Universal Film Manufacturing Company ; written and directed by Ida May Park
  • (1918) (16 min.)
  • Salomé
  • Norma Talmadge Film Corporation ; directed by Frances Marion and Chester M. Franklin
  • Disc six : The feature film:
  • The call of the Cumberlands
  • Pallas Pictures ; produced by Julia Crawford Ivers
  • (1916) (64 min.)
  • Back to God's country
  • Canadian Photoplays Ltd., Shipman-Curwood Company ; directed by David Hartford and Nell Shipman [uncredited]
  • (1919) (73 min.)
  • The song of love
Control code
ocn1076273188
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. +
Dimensions
  • 4 3/4 in.
  • other
Edition
Full screen.
Extent
6 videodiscs (approximately 1320 min.)
Media category
video
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
v
Medium for sound
videodisc
Note
Number of discs, special features, and language options may vary by copy.
Other control number
738329234102
Other physical details
sound, black & white
Publisher number
K23410
Recording technique
stamping
Sound on medium or separate
sound on medium
Specific material designation
videodisc
System control number
(OCoLC)1076273188
System details
DVD; NTSC, region 1; full screen aspect ratio (1.33:1)
Video recording format
DVD
Label
Pioneers : first women filmmakers, Kino Classics ; Library of Congress ; curator, Shelley Stamp ; producer, Bret Wood ; executive producer, Illeana Douglas
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Title from container
  • Full screen
  • Originally released as motion pictures 1911-1929
  • Accompanying booklet (76 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 18 cm) comprises program notes, bibliographical references, and essays by Illeana Douglas, Shelley Stamp, Bret Wood, Arthur Dong, Charles "Buckey" Grimm, Kristen Larvick, and Deborah Levy
  • Idle wives based on the novel by James Oppenheim; '49 -'17 based on a story by William Wallace Cook; Where are my children? based on a story by Lucy Payton and Franklin Hall; The dream lady based on the novel Why not? by Margaret Widdemer; The risky road based on the story "Her fling" by Katherine Leiser Robbins; Bread based on a story by Evelyn Campbell; Salomé based on the play by Oscar Wilde; Back to God's country based on the novel Wapi, the walrus by James Oliver Curwood; The song of love based on a novel by Margaret Peterson
  • Special features: Audio commentaries by Alison McMahan (for Algie the miner, Falling leaves, Canned harmony, A fool and his money, and Matrimony speed limit); An introduction (documentary short); Alice Guy-Blaché (documentary short); About the restorations (documentary short); Lois Weber (documentary short); Mabel Normand (documentary short); Serial queens (documentary short); Social commentary (documentary short); commentary tracks: Bread (Anthony Slide), Salomé (Gaylyn Studlar), The red kimona (Anthony Slide); The end of an era (documentary short)
Accompanying material
1 booklet (76 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 18 cm)
Carrier category
videodisc
Carrier category code
vd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Configuration of playback channels
unknown
Content category
two-dimensional moving image
Content type code
tdi
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Solax Film Company ; directed by Alice Guy-Blaché
  • (1911) (16 min.)
  • Algie the miner
  • Solax Film Company ; directed by Alice Guy-Blaché
  • (1912) (10 min.)
  • Falling leaves
  • Solax Film Company ; directed by Alice Guy-Blaché
  • (1912) (12 min.)
  • The little rangers (fragment)
  • (aka Two little rangers)
  • Disc one : Alice Guy-Blaché:
  • Solax Film Company ; directed by Alice Guy-Blaché
  • (1912) (11 min.)
  • Canned harmony
  • Solax Film Company ; directed by Alice Guy-Blaché
  • (1912) (16 min.)
  • A fool and his money
  • Solax Film Company ; directed by Alice Guy-Blaché
  • (1912) (11 min.)
  • The high cost of living
  • Solax Film Company ; directed by Alice Guy-Blaché
  • Mixed pets
  • (1912) (14 min.)
  • Matrimony's speed limit
  • Solax Film Company ; directed by Alice Guy-Blaché
  • (1913) (14 min.)
  • The ocean waif
  • Solax Film Company ; directed by Alice Guy-Blaché
  • (1916) (36 min.)
  • The colleen bawn
  • The Kalem Company ; directed by Gene Gauntier and Sidney Olcott
  • (1911) (35 min.)
  • Solax Film Company ; directed by Alice Guy-Blaché
  • On the brink (fragment)
  • Rex Motion Picture Company ; directed by Edwin S. Porter and Lois Weber
  • (1911) (12 min.)
  • (1911) (14 min.)
  • Tramp strategy
  • Solax Film Company ; directed by Alice Guy-Blaché
  • (1911) (12 min.)
  • Greater love hath no man
  • Rex Motion Picture Company ; directed by Lois Weber and Phillips Smalley
  • (1913) (14 min.)
  • Suspense
  • Rex Motion Picture Company ; directed by Lois Weber and Phillips Smalley
  • (1913) (11 min.)
  • Lost by a hair (fragment)
  • Rex Motion Picture Company ; directed by Lois Weber and Phillips Smalley
  • (1914) (4 min.)
  • Hypocrites
  • Hobart Bosworth Productions ; written and directed by Lois Weber
  • Disc two : Lois Weber:
  • (1915) (51 min.)
  • Sunshine Molly (fragment)
  • Hobart Bosworth Productions ; directed by Lois Weber and Phillips Smalley
  • (1915) (31 min.)
  • Idle wives (fragment)
  • Universal Film Manufacturing Company ; directed by Lois Weber and Phillips Smalley
  • (1916) (23 min.)
  • What do men want? (fragment)
  • Lois Weber Productions ; written and directed by Lois Weber
  • (1921) (40 min.)
  • From death to life
  • Rex Motion Picture Company ; directed by Lois Weber and Phillips Smalley
  • (1911) (13 min.)
  • Fine feathers
  • Rex Motion Picture Company ; directed by Lois Weber
  • (1912) (15 min.)
  • The rosary
  • Universal Film Manufacturing Company ; written and directed by Grace Cunard and Francis Ford
  • (1917) (19 min.)
  • The purple mask. Episode 13 reel 1, The leap
  • Universal Film Manufacturing Company ; written and directed by Grace Cunard and Francis Ford
  • (1917) (10 min.)
  • A daughter of "the law"
  • Star Ranch Productions ; written and directed by Grace Cunard
  • (1921) (22 min.)
  • Eleanor's catch
  • Rex Motion Picture Company ; directed by Cleo Madison (1916) (13 min.)
  • Disc three : Pioneers of genre:
  • '49 - '17
  • Universal Film Manufacturing Company ; written and directed by Ruth Ann Baldwin
  • (1917) (70 min.)
  • Caught in a cabaret
  • Keystone Film Company ; directed by Mabel Normand
  • (1914) (23 min.)
  • Mabel's blunder
  • Keystone Film Company ; directed by Mabel Normand
  • (1914) (16 min.)
  • Mabel and Fatty's wash day
  • The hazards of Helen. Episode 13, The escape on the fast freight
  • Keystone Film Company ; directed by Mabel Normand and Roscoe Arbuckle
  • (1915) b(13 min.)
  • That ice ticket
  • Gibson Studios ; directed by Angela Murray Gibson
  • (1922) (10 min.)
  • Ethnographic films
  • directed by Zora Neale Hurston
  • (1929) (12 min.)
  • The Kalem Company
  • (1915) (11 min.)
  • The hazards of Helen. Episode 26, The wild engine
  • The Kalem Company
  • (1915) (10 min.)
  • The purple mask. Episode 12, The vault of mystery
  • Powers Picture Plays ; directed by Lule Warrenton
  • (1916) (10 min.)
  • The curse of Quon Gwon : when the Far East mingles with the West
  • Mandarin Film Company ; written and directed by Marion E. Wong
  • (1917) (35 min.)
  • Scandal
  • Universal Film Manufacturing Company ; directed by Lois Weber and Phillips Smalley
  • (1915) (35 min.)
  • The dream lady
  • Universal Film Manufacturing Company ; directed by Elsie Jane Wilson
  • Disc four : Social commentary 1:
  • (1918) (54 min.)
  • Where are my children?
  • Universal Film Manufacturing Company ; directed by Lois Weber and Phillips Smalley
  • (1916) (65 min.)
  • Her defiance
  • Universal Film Manufacturing Company ; directed by Cleo Madison and Joe King
  • (1916) (21 min.)
  • When little Lindy sang
  • Nazimova Productions ; directed by Charles Bryant and Alla Nazimova [uncredited]
  • The red kimona
  • Mrs. Wallace Reid Productions ; directed by Walter Lang and Dorothy Davenport Reid [uncredited]
  • (1925) (77 min.)
  • Linda
  • Mrs Wallace Reid Productions ; directed by Dorothy Davenport Reid
  • (1929) (73 min.)
  • Disc five : Social commentary 2:
  • The risky road (fragment)
  • Universal Film Manufacturing Company ; written and directed by Ida May Park
  • (1918) (2 min.)
  • Bread (fragment)
  • Universal Film Manufacturing Company ; written and directed by Ida May Park
  • (1918) (16 min.)
  • Salomé
  • Norma Talmadge Film Corporation ; directed by Frances Marion and Chester M. Franklin
  • Disc six : The feature film:
  • The call of the Cumberlands
  • Pallas Pictures ; produced by Julia Crawford Ivers
  • (1916) (64 min.)
  • Back to God's country
  • Canadian Photoplays Ltd., Shipman-Curwood Company ; directed by David Hartford and Nell Shipman [uncredited]
  • (1919) (73 min.)
  • The song of love
Control code
ocn1076273188
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. +
Dimensions
  • 4 3/4 in.
  • other
Edition
Full screen.
Extent
6 videodiscs (approximately 1320 min.)
Media category
video
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
v
Medium for sound
videodisc
Note
Number of discs, special features, and language options may vary by copy.
Other control number
738329234102
Other physical details
sound, black & white
Publisher number
K23410
Recording technique
stamping
Sound on medium or separate
sound on medium
Specific material designation
videodisc
System control number
(OCoLC)1076273188
System details
DVD; NTSC, region 1; full screen aspect ratio (1.33:1)
Video recording format
DVD

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