Director Pamela B Green and producer Cosima Littlewood talk about their documentary about a little-known cinema pioneer. Alice Guy-Blaché entered the movie business at the very beginning, in 1894, when she was just 21. Two years later she was made head of production at Gaumont and eventually directed 1,000 films. So why is she frequently absent from most film histories?
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