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Alice Guy: 13 Short Films

Cinema

Alice Guy: 13 Short Films
03-09-2023 7:30 pm
Spadina Theatre Free

Event Description

Alice Guy: 13 Short Films, 1898

Director: Alice Guy 

Length: 50 min

As part of the celebration of March 8, International Women's Rights Day 

A program of 13 short films by Alice Guy made between 1898 and 1907. She is the first fiction filmmaker in the history of cinema. It was she who suggested to Léon Gaumont that he abandon simple animated views to shoot small scripted stories. Authorization is given to her to direct, and this is an exceptional fact in a profession reserved for men. Until 1907, she would reign over Gaumont’s production as film director, artistic director, and screenwriter, experimenting with rigging and special effects.

In French with English subtitles

 

Rules:

  • Buy/Book your tickets/RSVP online. No box office on-site!
  • Doors will open only 20 minutes before the event.
  • Doors will be closed 10 minutes after the beginning of the event.
  • Don't bring food and beverages.
  • Enjoy the event!
  • Entrance and exit on Lowther Avenue (theatre door).

Merci and see you soon! 

 

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Event Information

Event Date 03-09-2023 7:30 pm
Individual Price Free
Location Spadina Theatre
Categories Cinema

Venue Information - Spadina Theatre

Created by Hariri Pontarini Architects, the Alliance Française Toronto theatre opened in the spring of 2014. Since then, more than 200 artists and events have been held there all year long, within a warm and intimate atmosphere. This 147-seat auditorium invites you to join us for musical performances of all genres, as well as film screenings, lectures, and stage plays.

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