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UCLA Film & Television Archive celebrates ‘nasty women’ of 1900s film industry

The UCLA Film & Television Archive is turning up the volume on silent cinema’s first “nasty women.”
On Sunday, the UCLA Film & Television Archive will conclude “Cinema’s First Nasty Women,” a film series centered on rebellious, pioneering female protagonists with screenings of the silent films “Le ménage Dranem” and “Phil-for-Short.” Curated by Maggie Hennefeld, Laura Horak and Elif Rongen-Kaynakçi, the series contains 27 of the 99 silent films in the co-curators’ collection of the same name ahead of its DVD release Sept.

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