|With Louise Brooks: Portrait of an Anti-Star author Roland Jaccard (left)|
in Paris in 2009. LBS Director Thomas Gladysz is center. On the right
is Aline Weill, who translated the Barry Paris biography into French.
|In 1999, with 99 year old screenwriter Frederica Sagor Maas, who penned the|
story behind the 1927 Louise Brooks' film Rolled Stockings. The event
the LBS co-presented with Maas for her book The Shocking Miss Pilgrim
was only the second she had done.
|With author Barry Paris in 2000, at the LBS co-sponsored event |
celebrating the new edition of the Barry Paris biography of the actress
(which the LBS helped bring back into print).
|Introducing Pandora's Box at the Detroit Institute of the Arts in 2006,|
the year which marked the Louise Brooks centennial.
|With William Wellman Jr., whose Father directed the 1928|
Louise Brooks' film Beggars of Life. Wellman Jr. told me his
Father adored Louise Brooks.
|One view of the 2006 LBS sponsored Louise Brooks exhibit at the |
San Francisco Public Library marking the actress centennial.
|Another view of the 2006 LBS sponsored Louise Brooks exhibit at the |
San Francisco Public Library.
|A long time ago with the Pulitzer Prize winning film critic Roger Ebert,|
who told me he used the Louise Brooks Society website to
research Pandora's Box and Diary of a Lost Girl.
|In 2006, with film critic Peter Cowie,|
author of Louise Brooks: Lulu Forever.