Christina Rusnak | Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers
Christina Rusnak is a multifaceted composer whose work reflects a diversity of styles. Actively seeking to integrate geographic and artistic elements into her work, her goal is to compose music that engages the performers as well as the audience.
Christina Rusnak, Composer, Explorer, Music, Outdoors, Exploring with music
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Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers

In the early decades of cinema, some of the most innovative and celebrated filmmakers in America were women. Alice Guy-Blaché helped establish the basics of cinematic language, while others boldly continued its development. This crucial chapter of film history comes alive through Kino-Lorber’s presentation of a wide assortment of meticulously restored films, and presented with new scores by contemporary women composers.. Ms. Rusnak scored Guy-Blache’s film A House Divided – a comedy of misunderstanding. Available only on Blu-Ray in US and Canada. For information, click here.