Kino Lorber issued earlier this year two new volumes of 2K and 4K restorations of Alice Guy Blaché’s films, extensively covering her career both in France and the United-States. Volume 2, in particular, features many films from the Solax years made available for the first time on DVD/Bluray.
Curated and introduced by Kim Tomadjoglou. Music supervisor: Dana Reason. Music by Amy Denio, Alyson Fewless, AJ Layague, Ben Model, Meg Morley, Tamar Muskal, Aaron Ramsey, Dana Reason, Joanna Seaton, Andrew Earle Simpson, Donald Sosin, Luke Van Denend.
ALICE GUY BLACHÉ VOLUME 1: THE GAUMONT YEARS (BLU-RAY)
CONTENTS INCLUDE: At the Hypnotist’s (1898) Wonderful Absinthe (1899) At the Photographer’s (1900) The Cabbage-Patch Fairy (1900) Turn-of-the-Century Surgery (1900) Midwife to the Upper Class (1902) Alice Guy Films a “Phonoscène” (1905) The Results of Feminism (1906) The Drunken Mattress (1906) The Hierarchy of Love (1906) Madame Has Her Cravings (1906) A Sticky Woman (1906) The Rolling Bed (1907) The Glue (1907) and more!
ALICE GUY BLACHÉ VOL. 2: THE SOLAX YEARS
CONTENTS: Starting Something (1911) Parson Sue (1911) Broken Oath (1912) A Comedy of Errors (1912) The Detective’s Dog (1912) Frozen on Love’s Trail (1912) The Girl in the Armchair (1912) His Double (1912) Making an American Citizen (1912) A Man’s a Man (1912) The Sewer (1912) The Strike (1912) A Terrible Lesson (1912) Cousins of Sherlocko (1913) Dick Whittington and His Cat (1913) Officer Henderson (1913) The Thief (1913) Mr. Bruce Wins at Cards (1914)