How could Alice Guy Blaché, a contemporary of Edison, the Lumières, and Méliès —who wrote, directed or produced a thousand films, including her first narrative film in 1896 by her own account, 150 films with synchronized sound, and who had a career longer than any of them, in France and in the U.S.—reach the heights of fame and financial success and then be forgotten by an industry she helped create? BE NATURAL, a detective story/biopic, rewrites film history by revealing for the first time the full story of Alice's life and 20-year career.
“...Had me in tears by the time it ended. A stirring document of an amazing filmmaker!” —Pete Hammond, Deadline Hollywood “A timely contribution to the conversation about the challenges facing women filmmakers…someone who really should be better known by now.” —Leslie Felperin, The Hollywood Reporter
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