Alice Guy, 1st Female Filmmaker – Pierrette’s Escapades [Le départ d’Arlequin et de Pierrette] (1900)

An early example of a hand-tinted film, where each frame was painted and which always contain an air of
magic.

Music performed by Billy Duncan for Change Before Going Productions.

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4 Responses to “Alice Guy, 1st Female Filmmaker – Pierrette’s Escapades [Le départ d’Arlequin et de Pierrette] (1900)”

  1. AndyWatchesMovies Says:

    I haven’t told you yet, but I absolutely adore these posts. Very early cinema is so enchanting.

    • chrisgiddens Says:

      That’s very kind of you to say! I can’t say how much I appreciate you taking the time to let me know. It gives me great pleasure both hearing that others are enjoying these classics, as well as knowing that the pioneers of cinema get more of the attention they deserve. Thanks again!


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