Women in Film

12 Mar Women in Film

“The journey for women, no matter what avenue it is – politics, business, film – it’s a long journey.” ~Kathryn Bigelow

 

https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/kathryn-bigelow-becomes-the-first-female-director-to-win-an-oscar

 

For Women’s History Month, we’re honoring Kathryn Bigelow: the first (and, as of yet, only) woman to win either an Oscar or a BAFTA for Best Director.

 

Ms. Bigelow has an entertaining and eclectic filmography that includes vampires in NEAR DARK, surfing in POINT BREAK, and war in THE HURT LOCKER.
Her last two features, THE HURT LOCKER and ZERO DARK THIRTY, met with critical and commercial success, and her upcoming film DETROIT stays in that same socio-political vein by tackling the 1967 12th Street Riot in Detroit.

 

She started as a painter, so her films always have gorgeous cinematography.
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Thanks for reading and we welcome your comments below.

 

Akasha Lin
Akasha Garnier for #TheWishwall
Author, Brand Expert, Filmmaker
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