Nasty Women Press Coverage

Recent Press about Cinema’s First Nasty Women

Collectivity, Joy, Defiance” (July 30, 2021)

Recent Press about Beykoz Kundura program (March 8, 2021)

Sessiz sinemanın ‘edepsiz kadın’ları 8 Mart’ta Kundura Sinema’da” [The ‘Dirty Women’ of Silent Cinema Will be at Kundura Cinema on March 8]

Sinemanın İlk Edepsiz Kadınları Sinemanın İlk Edepsiz Kadınları Programı, 8 Mart’ta Kundura Sinema’da” [Cinema’s First Nasty Women Program is at Kundura Cinema on March 8]

Sessiz Sinemanın ‘Edepsiz Kadın’ları 8 Mart’ta Kundura Sinema’da!” [‘Indecent Women’ of Silent Cinema will be at Kundura Cinema on March 8!]

Sinemanın İlk Edepsiz Kadınları” [The First Dirty Women of Cinema]

‘Sinemanın İlk Edepsiz Kadınları’ 8 Mart Programıyla Gösterim Yapacak” [“The First Nasty Women of Cinema” to Screen on the 8 March Program]

‘Sinemanın İlk Edepsiz Kadınları’ Kundura Sinema’da” [The First Nasty Women of Cinema at Kundura Cinema]

‘SİNEMANIN İLK EDEPSİZ KADINLARI’ PERDEDE” [‘CINEMA’S FIRST DIRTY WOMEN’ ON THE SCREEN]

Sessiz sinemanın “edepsiz” kadınları Beykoz Kundura 8 Mart programında” [The “dirty” women of silent cinema are on the 8 March program of Beykoz Kundura]

Press about past Le Giornate del Cinema Muto programs

Primal Screen: Enfants Terribles” (Summer 2020)

Il futuro è donna? Sì, ma anche il passato. Le cattive ragazze del cinema muto” [Is the future a woman? Yes, but also the past. The bad girls of silent cinema] (2019)

The Return of the Nasty Women 1 – Tyranny at Home (curated by Maggie Hennefeld, Laura Horak)“(2019)

The Return of the Nasty Women 2: Discipline and Anarchy (curated by Maggie Hennefeld, Laura Horak)” (2019)

Nasty Women series coverage on Silent London (2019)

The Rivers of Ink” (2019)

Nasty women” hitting the silent screen at Le Giornate Del Cinema Muto 2017” (2017)

10 Super Cool Discoveries from this Year’s LE Giornate del Cinema Muto” (2017)

Laura Horak, Maggie Hennefeld – Nasty Women #GCM36” [interview with the curators] (2017)

HippFest Heads to Pordenone” (2017)

Frame enlargement Florence Turner in Daisy Doodad’s Dial (Turner Films, 1914). Courtesy of the Library of Congress.