Screening, Live/Concert

Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers

When: Sun., Nov. 11, 5-7 p.m. 2018

First Among Women: Alice Guy-Blaché From 1896 to 1906, Blaché was the only woman film director in the world. She led a studio for a decade and owned her own production company. ALGIE THE MINER (1912) - Early LGBTQ themed western THE LITTLE RANGERS (1912) - Proto-feminist adventure A FOOL & HIS MONEY (1912) - A laborer gains and loses a fortune MIXED PETS (1911) - Comedy of errors FALLEN LEAVES (1913) - Illness affects a family MATRIMONY'S SPEED LIMIT (1915) - A man 12 minutes to find a wife or lose his inheritance.

Price: $12; Students/seniors/veterans $11; Cinema Detroit members $10.50.