The Lost Garden: The Life and Cinema of Alice Guy-Blaché

This feature documentary is a portrait of Alice Guy-Blaché, one of cinema's most fearless pioneers. A filmmaker before the word even existed, Guy-Blaché made her first film at the end of the last century, when cinema was still brand-new. After directing, producing and writing more than 700 films, she slipped into oblivion. This film rescues her brave and shining memory.

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  • Richland

    “"The Lost Garden" is an extraordinary film, one that every woman filmmaker should see!” — Richland, 2 Sep 2012

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Film Credits

director
Marquise Lepage
script
Marquise Lepage
producer
Josée Beaudet
camera
Jean-Pierre Lachapelle
animation camera
Jacques Avoine
Raymond Dumas
Lynda Pelley
Pierre Landry
sound
Richard Besse
Marie-France Delagrave
editing
France Pilon
sound editing
Claude Langlois
re-recording
Serge Bovin
Jean Paul Vialard
music
Robert M. Lepage
participation
Adrienne Blaché-Channing
Roberta Blaché
Nicolas Seydoux
André Gaudreault
Alan Williams
Alison McMahan
Anthony Slide

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