Fort Lee Film Commission’s Reel Jersey Girls Women’s History Month Film Festival in March at the Fort Lee Public Library The Fort Lee Film Commission and the Fort Lee Public Library present a month long film festival dedicated to the women filmmakers, from the pioneers of the early days of cinema in Fort Lee up to a modern young filmmaker of today. The films we screen on March 1st, March 8th and March 15th were all produced and filmed in Fort Lee studios and in Fort Lee locations. Our March 8th program centers on the first woman filmmaker in world cinema history, Alice Guy Blache’, who built her Solax studio in Fort Lee in 1912 where she produced, wrote and directed hundreds of films before women in this nation had the right to vote.
Dates all Wednesdays at 7pm: Wednesday, March 1, 8, 15 & 22
- March 1st – Pearl of the Palisades: A Birthday Tribute to Cliffhanger Queen Pearl White
- March 8th – Alice Guy Blache’ – Fort Lee NJ Solax Studio Owner and First Woman Director
- March 15th – The Danger Game (1918) starring Madge Kennedy
- March 22nd – China’s Forgotten Babies: Screening of 2016 documentary by filmmaker Michelle Yu.
Screenings are at the Fort Lee Public Library Meeting Room at 320 Main Street. Admission is free. This program is produced by the Fort Lee Film Commission and the Fort Lee Public Library. For further info call (201) 693-2763.