On this week’s podcast, we’re sharing our conversation with Pamela B. Green and Jodie Foster following the premiere of Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché.

Guy-Blaché was the very first female film director, who made her first film in 1896 at age 23 and went on to write, direct, or produce more than 1,000 movies. Be Natural had its New York premiere at last year’s New York Film Festival, and opens in select theaters this weekend.

At NYFF, executive producer Jodie Foster and director Pamela B. Green joined Lesli Klainberg, Executive Director of the Film Society of Lincoln Center, for a Q&A to discuss the pioneering filmmaker of early cinema and the more than 1000 films that bore her name, most of them lost.

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