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Film

The Red Kimona + Bread

 
 
Sun, Jul 22, 2018
  • 4:30PM
 
 
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New 2K DCP courtesy Kino Lorber

 
Bread

Dir. Ida May Park
With Mary MacLaren, Edward Cecil, Gladys Fox
1918, 16min, DCP

 

Though a neglected figure today, Ida May Park had a successful and prolific career at Universal as a screenwriter and director. This socially engaged drama follows the fate of a woman struggling to pull herself out of poverty as she’s ruthlessly exploited by a string of men. She wrote: “A woman can bring to this work splendid enthusiasm and imagination; a natural love of detail and an intuitive knowledge of character. All of these are supposed to be feminine traits, and yet they are all necessary to the successful director.”

Recorded music by Maud Nelissen

 
The Red Kimona

Dirs. Walter Lang & Dorothy Davenport
With Priscilla Bonner, Nellie Bly Baker, Carl Miller
1925, 77min, DCP

 

Writer, producer, director, and actress Dorothy Davenport made a splash in the 1920s with a string of socially conscious, taboo-shattering exposés, including this ripped-from-the-headlines shocker about a woman forced into a life of prostitution. Davenport herself said: “I believe it takes a woman to believe in a woman’s motives, and every story intended for the screen should have a woman working on it at some stage to convince the audience of women.”

Recorded music by Libby Meyer

 
 
 
 
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