Very interesting film
John Sloss, whose Producers Distribution Agency is releasing the provocative unauthorized Disney World-shot Escape From Tomorrow, reports that in its first two weeks, the film grossed $139,334 in theatrical revenues–and $120,560 in VOD/digital grosses–for a total take of $259,894. VOD, he said, was $55,000 and broadband revenue was $65,000.
Alice Guy was the first female film director. She would become the first female movie studio owner, and one of the most prominent filmmakers in the industry, making her one of the highest paid women in the U.S.
How could such an important figure in the birth of cinema be unknown to us?
So we, filmmakers Pamela Green and Jarik van Sluijs, had a case, a real detective story. We decided to search for answers. We’ve discovered surprising new information as we began our research and interviews. It turned into a feature documentary in-the-making about Alice Guy-Blaché and the birth of cinema – Be Natural.
This Kickstarter is so incredibly important to educating people about film history and more importantly the role of women in the earliest days of cinema and if you’re into film you should really consider donating to this.
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Interesting to say the least.
Posters: ‘Captain Phillips’ starring Tom Hanks | Coming Soon
So happy to see Tom Hanks in a film of this nature again.
"Fear of a Memory" is a Historical Fiction short film I made as a student of Tribeca Flashpoint Academy, that follows a Holocaust Survivor coping with the side effects of preparing to speak at a Holocaust Museum.
"Fear of a Memory" is my first short film completed at Tribeca Flashpoint Media Arts Academy. It was written and directed by myself, and follows a Holocaust survivor preparing to speak at a Museum.