News & Updates

REVIEWS OF BE NATURAL

In case you are new to this page, Be Natural is the feature-length documentary based, in part, on my book, Alice. Here is a link to the Be Natural Page that lists where the film can be seen in theaters this month and into June, both in the U.S. and internationally.

Here are links to some reviews:

Be Natural Opens today at LA Cinelounge

Starts Today!

BE NATURAL: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché

Directed/Produced by: Pamela B. Green

Narrated by Jodie Foster

An investigation of the full scope of the life and work of cinema’s first female director, screenwriter, producer, and studio owner Alice Guy-Blaché. She made her first film in 1896 at age 23, and went on to write, direct, or produce more than 1,000 more!

Be Natural Screens at New York Film Festival Oct 7 & London FF Oct 11, 21

Be Natural, Pamela Green's documentary on Alice Guy, will screen on October 7 at 6 pm as part of the New York Film Festival.

The image shows Bessie Love (left) and Alice Guy (under umbrella) on the set of The Great Adventure or the Spring of the Year, released March 10, 1918. Over a hundred years ago! The Great Adventure is the last surviving film we have directed by Alice Guy, though she worked on one more after that (Tarnished Reputations).

Lights! Camera! Alice! Picture book about Alice Guy!

It's here at last!

A picture book about the first woman filmmaker, suitable for children from Kindergarden to third grade. Library School Journal has given it a starred review and said "Subtly STEM, fun, and beautiful to look at... encourages kids to engage with cutting-edge technology and to innovate in new fields."

Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers

The film and video distribution company, KinoLorber, working with the Library of Congress, will release a DVD collection of films by the first women filmmakers in November of 2018. Just in time for Christmas gift giving!

Here is the BAM Cinematek's description of the program: