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I went to see Hugo expecting more a children's adventure movie. Instead what I found was a 3D love letter to early cinema.

On October 13, 2011, one hundred and one years after Alice Guy Blaché produced her first film out of her Solax Studio, and forty three years after her death the Director's Guild of America inducted her as a member.

October 12, 2011, Fort Lee, NJ



On July 1st, 2011, the Fort Lee Film Commission organized a series of events to celebrate Alice Guy's birthday. Here are some images from the event.


The True Story of Alice Guy Blache -- Fort Lee Patch Article








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In honor of Alice Guy's birthday on July 1st, musician and composer Ben Model has created a new score for Alice Guy's 1912 Solax film Falling Leaves.


On July 1, Alice Guy's birthday, the Cinema Ritrovato in Bologna Italy will be screening a series of films Alice Guy made in Spain as well as the newly preserved copy of The Empress. The Empress will be shown without intertitles. Live piano by Maud Nelisson.

Hommage to Alice Guy, introduced by Kim Tomdjoglou, piano by Donald Sosin, at 10 am Sunday June 26th at the Il Cinema Retrovato XXV film festival in Bologna Italy. Program of selected shorts based on the theme of La comicità è la fonte di tutti i piaceri ("comedy is the source of all pleasure").

On Tuesday, June 28th, at 10 am the same festival will feature a program of Alice Guy's social issue dramas.