SPOTLIGHT December 2018: Shelley Stamp, Film Historian, Curator and Educator

This month marks the release of the new six-DVD set “Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers” presented by Kino Lorber and Library of Congress. Author and film historian Shelley Stamp curated this ambitious compilation of works by women directors — some well-known; many unknown — with a focus on American films from 1911-1929. Spanning every genre and style, this collection is a revelation — which is why Stamp deserves this month’s Spotlight.

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MOVIE OF THE WEEK November 23, 2018: PIONEERS: FIRST WOMEN FILMMAKERS

motw logo 1-35The invaluable film distributor Kino Lorber has assembled a truly eye-opening collection of films from the silent era—all made by women. Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers is a DVD/Blu-ray box set that presents more than 50 silent feature and short films digitally mastered from 2k and 4K restorations from a variety of sources. The six disc set is divided by subject matter. Disc one is devoted to the works of Alice Guy-Blaché. All together, the set is essential viewing.

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