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Women film editors have excelled since the silent film era. One of the very first cutters (as editors were
known in the early days), Oscar contender Viola Lawrence started her editing work in 1912 and later
became supervising editor at Columbia Pictures. Oscar winner Anne Bauchens edited Cecil B.
DeMille’s films from 1915 until 1956. Many women followed in the footsteps of these film editing
Early women directors Alice Guy-Blaché, Lois Weber and Dorothy Arzner developed significant techniques that are used in filmmaking today. Let’s learn about these remarkable women in this month’s ENewsletter and their contributions to the movies.Read More
We were very pleased that our presentation to WIFMCO on August 14, 2019 was listed by Hoodline as one of the five compelling events in Denver.
Barbara Bridges and Jill Tietjen’s new book Hollywood: Her Story, An Illustrated History of Women and the Movies is featured in The Women’s Foundation of Colorado Summer 2019 Newsletter.
Directors whose movies are nominated for Best Motion Picture Oscars or Golden Globes usually receive a similar nod for Best Director. Surprisingly, Barbra Streisand was not nominated for a Best Director Oscar for Yentl and, similarly, Ava DuVernay did not receive a Best Director Oscar nomination for Selma. In this month’s ENewsletter, we profile these two exceptional movie directors.
Women Moving Millions Board member Barbara Bridges’ new book Hollywood: Her Story, An Illustrated History of Women and the Movies has been published!
Welcome to the Hollywood: Her Story ENewsletter. When we started writing our beautiful book, Hollywood: Her Story, An Illustrated History of Women and the Movies, we didn’t realize that we would find so many creative women as well as the important Hollywood back story. Read More
We’re excited to be on Westword’s list of Best Literary Events for the week of April 21-27.
Learn more HERE!