A copy of a 1927 Walt Disney cartoon which was thought to be lost has been found in northern Norway, the country’s National Library said Thursday.
I've worked with the Lesbian Herstory Archive in the past. They perform a very important service. Right now they have a fundraiser going. Make a donation, get a tote bag.
This exhibit on filmmaking in New Jersey runs until December 12th. If you area in the are make sure to go and see it!
A Celluloid Story: New Jersey’s Filmmaking History
Monday November 3 – Friday December 12, 2014
The Vitagraph smokestack in Brooklyn, NY, over 110 years old, will soon be torn down unless we rally to stop it.
Ms. Magazine has started a blog series on early women filmmakers. First up, of course, is a blog on Alice Guy, by Kitty Lindsay.
Lindsay starts out by setting the terms for the blog series:
Spielberg. Scorsese. Tarantino. Lucas. Hitchcock.
A blogger who identifies themselves only as PW1949 has been posted very erudite and carefully researched blogs on everything to do with the 19th Arrondissement in Paris. This includes the Buttes Chaumont area where the Gaumont Studios were.
If you can read French, I highly recommend visiting this blog. Even if you can't, the pictures and maps are great.
Some notable entries for Alice Guy lovers: