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nitratediva:

It’s National Women’s Equality Day. Approximately 50% of American movies made before 1925 were written by women; compare that with about 10% of movies these days. [Sources here and here.]
Since the dawn of cinema, women have been making meaningful contributions to the film industry behind the camera. Here are just a few of those distinguished ladies who made movies.
Alice Guy Blaché – actress, writer, cinematographer, producer, director
Lois Weber – actress, writer, producer, director
Cleo Madison – actress, writer, producer, director
Anita Loos – actress, writer, producer
Mary Pickford – actress, writer, producer, director
Mabel Normand – actress, writer, producer, director
Dorothy Arzner – writer, editor, director
Mae West – actress, writer
nitratediva:

It’s National Women’s Equality Day. Approximately 50% of American movies made before 1925 were written by women; compare that with about 10% of movies these days. [Sources here and here.]
Since the dawn of cinema, women have been making meaningful contributions to the film industry behind the camera. Here are just a few of those distinguished ladies who made movies.
Alice Guy Blaché – actress, writer, cinematographer, producer, director
Lois Weber – actress, writer, producer, director
Cleo Madison – actress, writer, producer, director
Anita Loos – actress, writer, producer
Mary Pickford – actress, writer, producer, director
Mabel Normand – actress, writer, producer, director
Dorothy Arzner – writer, editor, director
Mae West – actress, writer
nitratediva:

It’s National Women’s Equality Day. Approximately 50% of American movies made before 1925 were written by women; compare that with about 10% of movies these days. [Sources here and here.]
Since the dawn of cinema, women have been making meaningful contributions to the film industry behind the camera. Here are just a few of those distinguished ladies who made movies.
Alice Guy Blaché – actress, writer, cinematographer, producer, director
Lois Weber – actress, writer, producer, director
Cleo Madison – actress, writer, producer, director
Anita Loos – actress, writer, producer
Mary Pickford – actress, writer, producer, director
Mabel Normand – actress, writer, producer, director
Dorothy Arzner – writer, editor, director
Mae West – actress, writer
nitratediva:

It’s National Women’s Equality Day. Approximately 50% of American movies made before 1925 were written by women; compare that with about 10% of movies these days. [Sources here and here.]
Since the dawn of cinema, women have been making meaningful contributions to the film industry behind the camera. Here are just a few of those distinguished ladies who made movies.
Alice Guy Blaché – actress, writer, cinematographer, producer, director
Lois Weber – actress, writer, producer, director
Cleo Madison – actress, writer, producer, director
Anita Loos – actress, writer, producer
Mary Pickford – actress, writer, producer, director
Mabel Normand – actress, writer, producer, director
Dorothy Arzner – writer, editor, director
Mae West – actress, writer
nitratediva:

It’s National Women’s Equality Day. Approximately 50% of American movies made before 1925 were written by women; compare that with about 10% of movies these days. [Sources here and here.]
Since the dawn of cinema, women have been making meaningful contributions to the film industry behind the camera. Here are just a few of those distinguished ladies who made movies.
Alice Guy Blaché – actress, writer, cinematographer, producer, director
Lois Weber – actress, writer, producer, director
Cleo Madison – actress, writer, producer, director
Anita Loos – actress, writer, producer
Mary Pickford – actress, writer, producer, director
Mabel Normand – actress, writer, producer, director
Dorothy Arzner – writer, editor, director
Mae West – actress, writer
nitratediva:

It’s National Women’s Equality Day. Approximately 50% of American movies made before 1925 were written by women; compare that with about 10% of movies these days. [Sources here and here.]
Since the dawn of cinema, women have been making meaningful contributions to the film industry behind the camera. Here are just a few of those distinguished ladies who made movies.
Alice Guy Blaché – actress, writer, cinematographer, producer, director
Lois Weber – actress, writer, producer, director
Cleo Madison – actress, writer, producer, director
Anita Loos – actress, writer, producer
Mary Pickford – actress, writer, producer, director
Mabel Normand – actress, writer, producer, director
Dorothy Arzner – writer, editor, director
Mae West – actress, writer
nitratediva:

It’s National Women’s Equality Day. Approximately 50% of American movies made before 1925 were written by women; compare that with about 10% of movies these days. [Sources here and here.]
Since the dawn of cinema, women have been making meaningful contributions to the film industry behind the camera. Here are just a few of those distinguished ladies who made movies.
Alice Guy Blaché – actress, writer, cinematographer, producer, director
Lois Weber – actress, writer, producer, director
Cleo Madison – actress, writer, producer, director
Anita Loos – actress, writer, producer
Mary Pickford – actress, writer, producer, director
Mabel Normand – actress, writer, producer, director
Dorothy Arzner – writer, editor, director
Mae West – actress, writer
nitratediva:

It’s National Women’s Equality Day. Approximately 50% of American movies made before 1925 were written by women; compare that with about 10% of movies these days. [Sources here and here.]
Since the dawn of cinema, women have been making meaningful contributions to the film industry behind the camera. Here are just a few of those distinguished ladies who made movies.
Alice Guy Blaché – actress, writer, cinematographer, producer, director
Lois Weber – actress, writer, producer, director
Cleo Madison – actress, writer, producer, director
Anita Loos – actress, writer, producer
Mary Pickford – actress, writer, producer, director
Mabel Normand – actress, writer, producer, director
Dorothy Arzner – writer, editor, director
Mae West – actress, writer

nitratediva:

It’s National Women’s Equality Day. Approximately 50% of American movies made before 1925 were written by women; compare that with about 10% of movies these days. [Sources here and here.]

Since the dawn of cinema, women have been making meaningful contributions to the film industry behind the camera. Here are just a few of those distinguished ladies who made movies.

  • Alice Guy Blaché – actress, writer, cinematographer, producer, director
  • Lois Weber – actress, writer, producer, director
  • Cleo Madison – actress, writer, producer, director
  • Anita Loos – actress, writer, producer
  • Mary Pickford – actress, writer, producer, director
  • Mabel Normand – actress, writer, producer, director
  • Dorothy Arzner – writer, editor, director
  • Mae West – actress, writer

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That face you make when you find weird shit at stores, and then offer it to your friend.

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mostly-perfect:

So one time my dad bought a skeleton for Halloween, and one day he decided to place it in the kitchen to scare me and it went too far…
mostly-perfect:

So one time my dad bought a skeleton for Halloween, and one day he decided to place it in the kitchen to scare me and it went too far…
mostly-perfect:

So one time my dad bought a skeleton for Halloween, and one day he decided to place it in the kitchen to scare me and it went too far…
mostly-perfect:

So one time my dad bought a skeleton for Halloween, and one day he decided to place it in the kitchen to scare me and it went too far…
mostly-perfect:

So one time my dad bought a skeleton for Halloween, and one day he decided to place it in the kitchen to scare me and it went too far…
mostly-perfect:

So one time my dad bought a skeleton for Halloween, and one day he decided to place it in the kitchen to scare me and it went too far…
mostly-perfect:

So one time my dad bought a skeleton for Halloween, and one day he decided to place it in the kitchen to scare me and it went too far…

mostly-perfect:

So one time my dad bought a skeleton for Halloween, and one day he decided to place it in the kitchen to scare me and it went too far…

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