You may not know the name of Alice Guy-Blaché, but she deserves to be recognized for her importance to early cinema. One of the very first female filmmakers, she became the head of the French company Gaumont in 1896, at the age of 23. In 1910, she moved to the States and founded another company, Solax. All in all, she made 1,000 films. Find out more about this fascinating figure by watching Pamela Green's new documentary.