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CONTEST: Win a Copy of Sensation Seekers (1923) /A Chapter in Her Life (1927)

In a movie industry which still struggles with representation, it is sometimes easy to forget that really is Lois Weber’s world and we’re all just living in it. With known writing and directing credits as early as 1911, Lois Weber is one of the true creative pioneers of cinema.

We are lucky to have received a Blu-ray copy of Kino Lorber’s brand new restoration of two films by Weber: Sensation Seekers and A Chapter in Her Life and in the interest of spreading the good word, it can be yours! See the details below.

To Enter:

  • Head over to the Ticklish Business Twitter page, retweet our original tweet and share your favorite movie written or directed by a woman.
  • If you don’t have Twitter, leave your email and your favorite movie written or directed by a woman in the comments below.

Only one entry is allowed, either via Twitter or the website. Contest open to U.S. residents only. Contest closes April 30th 2021 and winners will be contacted through either Twitter DM or email.

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Kimberly Pierce View All

Podcaster, film historian, and general lover of all things classic film and television. Studying the contributions of women behind the camera in classic television.

You can find me on Twitter @kpierce624!

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  1. I don’t have a Twitter account, but want to participate. I love that you are honoring Lois Weber. I just finished reading a biography of Frances Marion and learned that Lois Weber really helped her early in her career. I think my favorite of Weber’s films was Where Are My Children? I remember watching it the first time and it really took my breath away and stuck with me for a long time.

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