Doc Soup Sundays: PARIS WAS A WOMAN

Doc Soup Sundays: This Sunday morning spin on our popular Doc Soup series features new, classic and rarely seen docs on art, culture and design docs with special guest Q&As.

What do artists like Colette, Gertrude Stein, Djuna Barnes and Alice B. Toklas have in common? They were all part of an unprecedented influx of creative women— pioneering writers, painters, photographers, editors—who flocked to the Left Bank of Paris in the Roaring Twenties.

Greta Schilling’s award-winning Paris Was a Woman will transport you to the City of Lights during its most magical era, telling the inspiring story of a hugely influential artistic community that would help shape the decades to come.

Stick around after the screening for a Skype Q&A with Lisa Pasold, host of Discovery World's Paris Next Stop and host of our Fall 2017 Curious Minds Series "Learning From Paris.

Doc Soup Sundays: PARIS WAS A WOMAN

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