Directors: Guy-Blache, Alice–Pioneering French-American Filmmaker

There is nothing connected with the staging of a motion picture that a woman cannot do as easily as a man, and there is no reason she cannot master every technicality of the art…

In the arts of acting, painting, music and literature women have long held their place among the most successful workers, and when it is considered how vitally these arts enter into the production of motion pictures one wonders why the names of scores of women are not found among the most successful creators of photodrama offerings.“—Alice Guy-Blaché

The Moving Picture World, July 11, 1914.