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  • Women Film Pioneers Project
    the documentary is produced by Karen Meyer in association with Idaho Film Collections of BSU and Idaho State Historical Society Visit http gcgproductions com to learn more about this exciting project and how you can help Check out the Kickstarter campaign Women Film Pioneers Project in the News We are thrilled with the fantastic responses to WFPP Here are a just a few examples of recent press mentions Sight Sound The World of Silent Cinema Aug 2014 Vol 24 Issue 8 Nonfics 5 Women Documentary Pioneers You Should Know 3 26 14 The Bioscope blog O Pioneers 11 10 13 Filmmaker Magazine Women Film Pioneers Project Women Film Pioneers Project Launched at the Museum of Modern Art New York City Last month WFPP publicly launched its site and research with two film programs in MoMA s To Save and Project film festival Saturday October 19 2013 2 00pm Women Daredevils of the Silent Era More than Pearl White Pearl White was a wildly popular daredevil serial queen of the silent era but she wasn t the first Gene Gauntier Featured Video Trailer for Golden Gate Girls 2013 a feature length documentary directed written and co produced by Louisa Wei which

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  • Overview Essays – Women Film Pioneers Project
    see the complete version Overview Essays Overviews Pioneers Resources About Search In Partnership with Overview Essays How Women Worked in the US Silent Film Industry Cutting Women Margaret Booth and Hollywood s Pioneering Female Film Editors Exhibiting Women Gender Showmanship and the Professionalization of Film Exhibition in the United States 1900 1930 The Absence of Canadian Women in the Silent Picture Industry African American Women in the Silent Film Industry

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  • Pioneers – Women Film Pioneers Project
    comedy actress playwright producer theatre actress theatre critic theatre director theatrical entrepreneur writer Australia New Zealand United States Alice Howell comedienne film actress United States Zora Neale Hurston director ethnographic filmmaker novelist personal assistant playwright screenwriter United States Eugenie Magnus Ingleton adapter director producer scenario editor scenario writer screenwriter theatre actress United States Julia Crawford Ivers co director co screenwriter director editor film cutter producer production supervisor scenario writer screenwriter United States Ida Jenbach adapter director dramaturge guild co founder journalist screenwriter theatre actress Austria Germany Osa Johnson cinematographer director ethnographic filmmaker film actress lecturer photographer producer writer United States Agnes Christine Johnston adapter co screenwriter playwright scenario writer screenwriter stenographer writer United States Maibelle Heikes Justice scenarist screenwriter source author title writer writer United States Helen Keller film actress producer writer United States Annette Kellerman casting director co director co screenwriter costume designer film actress stunt designer stunt person theatre actress Australia United States Aleksandra Khokhlova acting teacher assistant director co director directing teacher director film actress writer Russia Bradley King playwright scenario writer screenwriter stenographer writer United States Florence Lawrence film actress producer theatre actress United States Viola Lawrence editor film cutter United States Caroline Lejeune film critic United Kingdom England Marion Leonard film actress producer screenwriter United States Sonya Levien adapter co screenwriter continuity scenario editor screenwriter writer United States Anita Loos co producer co screenwriter film actress novelist playwright screenwriter source author writer United States Enid Lorimer business co owner co screenwriter scenarist theatre actress theatrical entrepreneur title writer United Kingdom England Hope Loring extra film actress scenario writer screenwriter theatre critic United States Jane Loring assistant director editor film cutter United States Louise Lovely casting director co screenwriter director editor film actress producer production designer theatre actress Australia United States Josephine Lovett adapter film actress scenario writer screenwriter theatre actress United States Frederica Sagor Maas scenario editor screenwriter writer United States Blanche MacIntosh adapter reader scenario writer screenwriter United Kingdom England Mary MacLane film actress screenwriter source author writer United States Jeanie Macpherson director film actress screenwriter United States Cleo Madison co director co producer co screenwriter director film actress producer screenwriter theatre actress United States Gwladys Marchioness of Townshend novelist playwright scenario writer screenwriter United Kingdom England Frances Marion adapter co director director film actress scenario writer screenwriter writer United States Sarah Y Mason adapter co screenwriter continuity screenwriter United States June Mathis adapter co screenwriter director editor executive producer production supervisor screenwriter United States Margaret Mayo adapter film actress film company founding partner playwright screenwriter theatre actress writer United States Vera McCord acting teacher adapter director film actress producer screenwriter theatre actress United States Isabel McDonagh family film business partner film actress theatre actress Australia United Kingdom England Paulette McDonagh director documentary maker family film business partner screenwriter Australia Phyllis McDonagh art director family film business partner journalist producer publicist Australia New Zealand Jackeydawra Melford director film actress producer theatre actress United Kingdom England Bess Meredyth adapter co director co screenwriter comedienne continuity

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  • Resources – Women Film Pioneers Project
    world region Reference Works Basic library reference works on silent cinema history organized by nation or world region Archival Film Print Collections National affiliate members of FIAF Fédération Internationale des Archives du Film including other local archives with 16mm and 35mm film print collections Abbreviations in Career Profile Archival Filmography Extant Film Print Sources are linked to live links here Archival Paper Collections Complete list of archives museums libraries used where more materials can be found Abbreviations in Career Profile Archival Paper Collections are listed by abbreviation at end of each profile with full names here DVD VHS Distributors Film Links Partial list of titles available through commercial distributors links to titles streamed full length Image Attribution Key Corresponds with abbreviations on all image captions Contact these archives museums libraries for use stipulations and rates No abbreviation available on internet PC private collection name withheld Unhistoricized Women Film Pioneers Names of pioneers yet to be researched mostly U S They may have only have been actresses but we don t know unless you volunteer to research they may have also written and produced See Guidelines for how to proceed Links to Silent Screen Organizations and Resources Other organizations dedicated to

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  • About – Women Film Pioneers Project
    tool is to represent the availability of still and motion photographic image materials side by side with more traditional print materials some of which are reproduced here as Documents The goal is to foreground the differences between and approaches to a variety of documents as well as to take account of the visual components of the sources we use We foreground this is by providing full credits for extant titles but listing only by date titles we found were not extant a way of challenging the assumption that no visual material exists For years all of the references to Asian American immigrant Marion E Wong who started the Mandarin Film Company in Oakland California could be traced back to one short Moving Picture World notice Then a nearly complete print of her only feature film The Curse of the Quon Gwon 1917 was found to be held by her family members of whom had made a 16mm print of the surviving two of seven reels Now restored by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Madame Wong s motion picture was in 2006 placed on the U S National Film Preservation Registry list We now know that Mexican actress producer Mimí Derba started Azteca Films in 1917 and that the company produced five feature films If even a fragment of Azteca s En defensa propia is found to survive its visual clues have the potential to transform the way in which we imagine and describe a Mexican silent cinema aesthetic Fresh visual sources cue thought and transport lost imagery into a newly configured silent time Marion E Wong d w p a o Mimí Derba a w p d o Azteca Films Mexico City PC How to Use This Resource Overviews U S and Latin America Social history overviews place key figures within current film industry scholarship situating individual Career Profiles linked from names for example Dorothy Davenport Reid How Women Worked in the U S Silent Film Industry Or Adela Sequeyro Writing the History of Latin American Women Working in the Silent Film Industry Other Introductory Essays Ex hibiting Women Gender Showmanship and the Professionalization of Film Exhibition in the United States 1900 1930 Cutting Women Margaret Booth and Hollywood s Pioneering Female Film Editors Women as Camera Operators or Cranks African American Women in the Silent Industry French Film Colorists The Absence of Canadian Women in the Silent Picture Industry Career Profiles Organized by Name Individual profiles are inspired by Annette Föster s model of the professional itinerary that she studies as a careerography 6 Primary documents are increasingly available in print archives allowing investigation beyond issues of Moving Picture World on microfilm and critical articles more accessible digitally than ever before thus the goal is a less encyclopedic approach to perplexing historiographic questions Internet databases have revolutionized the way in which we access basic information and the entries following are structured in such a way as to facilitate use of internet sources and to stimulate further

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  • Guidelines for Contributors – Women Film Pioneers Project
    models Jeanie Macpherson Submission Model and Carmen Santos Submission Model before you write 2 Familiarize yourself with the following Guidelines A The Career Profile 1 Sources Citation Style and the Bibliography 2 The Filmography and Credits 3 Images and Documents 3 Use Submissions Checklist before submitting 3 kinds of files Profiles Figures and Documents B Guidelines for Overview Essay Writers 1 Download our Overview Essay Submissions Model before you write

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  • Call for Contributors for Unassigned Russian Pioneers! – Women Film Pioneers Project
    for Contributors for Unassigned Russian Pioneers Call for Contributors The Women Film Pioneers Project is looking for researchers to write entries on our unassigned Russian film pioneers If you are a researcher interested in writing on women in silent Russian cinema please contact the WFPP editors at wfpp columbia edu The Guidelines for our entries can be found on our About Page Our current list of unassigned Russian pioneers Notia

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  • Call for Contributors for Overview Essays! – Women Film Pioneers Project
    peer reviewed The editors seek both short and long overview essays on the model of existing essays such as French Film Colorists Writing the History of Latin American Women in the Silent Era The Absence of Canadian Women in the Silent Film Industry and Women Camera Operators or Cranks to give just a few examples The essays examine women s occupations situation and lives from a particular perspective for example focusing on a profession ex editors cinematographers colorists social category ex ethnicity sexuality age group or issue ex censorship transnational careers private lives We allow for a great deal of variation and creativity in terms of the topics and themes You may want to refer to existing entries on individual women these references can be added to the bottom of the overview or integrated later While we do welcome your own proposals here are some suggestions Women Furniture and Drapery Set Decorators and Set Dressers Reporters and Gossip Girls Female Film Journalists and Critics Heavy Lifting Female Menial Workers in the Film Industry The Show Business Female Executives Producers and Accountants Could Women Have It All On Set Pregnancy and Child Care Explorers and Travelers Transnational Women Film Pioneers Scandals Mistresses Divorcées and Party Girls Unaccredited Anonymous and Incognito Film Pioneers Unfinished Projects Masterpieces Never Made Instructions 1 Send a 1 paragraph description title description of archival research to be conducted and specify whether you envision a short 1000 words or long 4000 words essay to WFPP coordinator Kate Saccone via email wfpp columbia edu Please also include a short preliminary bibliography along with your paragraph proposal Please note that since WFPP is always expanding there is no deadline for your description However if you are accepted to write an overview essay you will be given a due date see

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