I’m happy to share Visionaries: Female Filmmakers 1910-Today. Girls’ Voices Matter staff member Kacie Clark researched and wrote this compelling and interesting account of eight important women in film. From Alice Guy Lache, born in 1873, who started her own film company in 1910, to Best Picture winner, director Katherine Bigelow (The Hurt Locker, Zero Dark Thirty) these women have broken barriers and created some of the most memorable work in film today. We hope this document will inspire you!
I’m happy to announce that our Summer Camp is scheduled for July 22-25, 2019, in Eugene. The camp will take place at the director’s residence in Eugene’s Southwest Hills neighborhood, which features a large backyard with water fountain, plenty of shady places to write and film, a vegetable and flower garden, and six friendly hens!
- Basic filmmaking: direct and star in your own short, personal videos
Enrollment is limited to 16 students. Enroll here.
Questions? Call Girls’ Voices Matter Director, Erica Goss, at 408-205-1957, or send an email to email@example.com.
Here’s an inspiring article about the women filmmakers who work for BBC America.