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“‘Lights, Camera-maids, Action!’: Women Behind the Lens in Early Cinema” in the Los Angeles Review of Books

WFPP contributors Marsha Gordon and Charles “Buckey” Grimm wrote about camerawomen in early cinema for LARB.

“Of around 600 documented American motion picture camera operators working before 1930, it appears that around 25 of them were women. While this is a small percentage of the total, it makes these women — not to mention others who are, hopefully only temporarily, lost to history — all the more intriguing even though there is relatively little supporting material about their lives and careers.”

Read the full article on the LARB website.