Chloe Chow is the first Asian to be nominated in the Best Director Oscar category for the film “Nomadland”.
Chow was born on March 31, 1982 in Beijing, Where he lived his childhood, in his teens he moved to Brighton, UK, where He studied political science at Mount Holyoke College, After that, he enrolled in the Film Directing Program at New York University.
Debut with the movie “The songs my brothers taught me” Which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2015 and was subsequently transported to the Cannes International Film Festival as part of the director’s choice.
after two years She won an award for her second feature film “The Rider”. At the Cannes International Film Festival.
In 2020 Chloe Chow won the Golden Lion award at the International FestivalVenice Film Festival and Audience Award at the Toronto International Film Festival for film “Nomadland”Among other things, the addition of nearly 80 ratings in various categories such as: Best Film, Best Screenplay, Best Photography, Best Director, and Best Actress.
renal Zhao’s work this year and last in the direction of “Eternals” Next movie in the Marvel universe to be released in late 2021.
What is Nomadland about?
In “Nomadland”, a woman from Nevada, after losing everything due to the 2008 economic crisis, He decides to take a trip across the western United States in a caravan, To explore a Bedouin lifestyle outside of social norms.
It’s a quote from Jessia Broder’s book, Frances McDormand stars in this woman’s story After losing her husband, she decided to start a series of unique human relationships with other people who, in the same way, decide to direct their nomadic lifestyle.
Zhao approaches this work as a kind of mirror of realityAs well as using non-professional actors to generate a greater sense of honesty, in addition to conveying the tone of the story with beautiful pictures.
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