Hollywood: Her Story won three Colorado Independent Publisher Association EVVY Awards: 2nd Place – Cultural Studies/Social Issues; 1st Place – History and 1st Place – Interior Layout/Design.
The 19th Amendment was ratified on August 18, 1920 earning women in the United States the right to vote. At around the same time, women who had creatively dominated the film industry saw their prominence in the field turned over to men, who recognized the money-making possibilities of the growing industry.
Hooray for Hollywood! More specifically Hooray for the women who made extraordinary contributions to American cinema for over 100 years. It’s all documented in a beautiful book of photos and essays from the silent era to today called “Hollywood: Her Story, an Illustrated History of Women and the Movies.” Authors Jill Tietjen and Barbara Bridges unveil rarely told stories about … Read More
Hollywood: Her Story is a finalist in two categories for the Foreword Reviews INDIES awards: Performing Arts & Music and Women’s Studies.