In nearly 100 years of history, only 7 female Oscars were nominated for best director
Shockingly, in the 93-year history of the Oscars, only seven women have been nominated for best director. We will show you the works of these filmmakers who have changed the film industry in some way, and how they have become the banner of fair and equal change necessary for the film industry. They are Lina Wertmüller, Jane Campion, Sofia Coppola, Kathryn Bigelow, Greta Gerwig and this year’s two nominees (historical facts): Emerald Fennell and Chloé Zhao.
The man who was born in Rome in 1928 created Seven Beauties (1975), which made her the first woman to be nominated for an Oscar for best director. For the same work, he competed for the best screenwriter figurine.
Elizabeth Jane Campion was born in New Zealand in 1954.
She became the second person to desire a statue of “El Piano” (1993). He did not win the competition, but he did win the figurine for the best original screenplay award. And, because of this film, she is the first woman to win the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival.
Sofia was born in a cinema. The daughter of film producers Eleanor and Francis Ford Coppola, in 2017, she became the second in the history of the Cannes Film Festival to win the Best Director Award for “the seducer” Women.
The film “Fear Zone”, filmed after the United States invaded Iraq, premiered at the Venice Film Festival. In March 2010, she won the Oscar for Best Director, the first woman to win the Academy Award, and the fourth woman eager to win the Academy Award.
She made her directorial debut with “Lady Bird” in 2017 and was nominated for an Oscar for Best Director. It won the Golden Globe Award for Best Film Music or Comedy, and its heroine Saoirse Ronan won the Best Actress Award for Film Music or Comedy.
Her story about nomadic women, “The Nomads” has won international attention, won the Golden Globe Award for Best Director, and won praise at the Venice Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival. Thanks to this movie, he will fight for the Oscar for Best Director this year.
In early 2019, Fennell announced her directorial debut: “Beautiful Revenge”, a comedy thriller starring Carey Mulligan. The film has received 5 Oscar nominations this year, including Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay (for Fennell) and Best Director. So far, the story has also won the Critics’ Choice Award and the American Writers Guild Award.