A new play about Alice Guy, based on my book, her autobiography, and other sources is coming from Spain to New York, Miami, and Havana.
Alice Guy resigned her position with Gaumont before her marriage in 1907, but apart from that the facts are correct (should be, as they interviewed me for it).
Regine BlacheTwo weeks ago I was in Toledo, Spain, to speak at the CIBRA 4th Annual film festival, as part of an hommage to Alice Guy. Regine Blaché-Bolton was part of the hommage.
Toledo, Spain, Nov. 21 and 22, 2012
The Festival de Cine y Palabra opened on November 17th at the Congresos de Palacios in Toledo, Spain. This year's festival will include an hommage to Alice Guy.
Kim Allen Kluge conducting
Alice Guy Blaché, Transatlantic Sites of Cinema Nouveau, 1896-1920, was a three day event sponsored by the University of Maryland, the French Embassy in Washington DC, and the National Gallery.
On Sunday, November 11th at 6 pm, a program of films Alice Guy made in 1912 will be shown at the Museum of the Moving Image. Program curated by Richard Koszarski.
Other 1912 programs run over the weekend
A three day event in the Washington DC areaNov. 8th, French Embassy, La Maison française Nov. 9th, University of Maryland Colle Park, Language HouseNov. 10th, National Gallery of art in Washington
Across the Mexican Line