Film Studies Professor Tami Williams is featured in Women and the Silent Screen – Entr’Acte, June 4-6, 2021, a four-part program on Women Film Pioneers in Chinese Women Directors, Early Soviet Documentary, Digital Humanities Breakthroughs, and notably, on Transatlantic French-US Cinema, with a featured program on Alice Guy Blaché, the first woman filmmaker, who built the first US film studio, before Hollywood!
Women and the Silent Screen Online: Entr’act
June 2, 2021
Premiere at 2:30pm EST (free to view all of June)
Kennington Bioscope: https://www.youtube.com/kenningtonbioscope
Film Studies Professor Tami Williams is co-organizer of the Alice Guy-Blaché program, as well as the Kennington Bioscope online film series: “Solax: The House Built by Alice Guy-Blaché” which runs June 2-30.
First-year MA student in UWM English-Media, Cinema, and Digital Studies, Allison Farrell, is also one of the Kennington Bioscope program presenters.