Chloé Zhao كلوي تشاو

Biography

Chloé Zhao is a Chinese-born filmmaker, born on March 31, 1982 in Beijing. She moved to Los Angeles by herself, where she attended Los Angeles High School. She later graduated from Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts in 2005, where she minored in film studies, and then joined...Read more the Kanbar Institute of Film and Television Graduate Film Program at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. She made her feature directorial debut with Songs My Brothers Taught Me (2015), after which she directed The Rider in 2017, which was critically acclaimed. She gained international recognition with her third film Nomadland (2020), starring Frances McDormand, which earned her numerous accolades, including two Academy Awards for Best Picture and Best Director.

Known for

(According to views)


More

More details

Biographies:
  • Chloé Zhao is a Chinese-born filmmaker, born on March 31, 1982 in Beijing. She moved to Los Angeles by herself, where she attended Los Angeles High School. She later graduated...Read more from Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts in 2005, where she minored in film studies, and then joined the Kanbar Institute of Film and Television Graduate Film Program at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. She made her feature directorial debut with Songs My Brothers Taught Me (2015), after which she directed The Rider in 2017, which was critically acclaimed. She gained international recognition with her third film Nomadland (2020), starring Frances McDormand, which earned her numerous accolades, including two Academy Awards for Best Picture and Best Director.

More


  • Nominations:
  • تم ترشيحه 8 مرة، وفاز بـ 2 منها
  • More



Related Topics


Comments