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Glamsquad Magazine March 2023

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Tems: Rise Of Nigeria’s Grammy Award Winner


ENTERTAINMENT Sofia Coppola - Lost In Translation Being part of a filmmaking dynasty can be daunting. Sofia Coppola’s father, Francis Ford Coppola, was the man behind The Godfather Trilogy; to the eyes of Hollywood, she had big shoes to fill, especially after making less than a stellar impression with her acting in The Godfather Part III. 10 Female Directors & Their Most Iconic Film These incredibly talented women have given audiences many excellent movies throughout their careers, but only one stands as their most iconic film. Female directors have been enthralling audiences. Ida Lupino managed to have a consistent directorial career at the height of the studio system, paving the way for many female filmmakers to come. However, it’s undeniable that the gap between male and female directors is still absurd, especially considering the sheer amount of female talent behind the camera. Throughout their careers, these women have directed some incredible films that will surely stand the test of time. And while their body of work speaks for itself, they, like any other director, have one particular project that stands out as their most iconic. David Caballero Ava DuVernay - Selma Ava DuVernay has a rich filmography in film and television. She became the first Black woman to claim the directing award at Sundance for her second directorial effort, Middle of Nowhere, but her third film, Selma, elevated her to the A-list and cemented her as one of the most promising filmmakers of the new millennium. 50

ENTERTAINMENT Barbra Streisand - The Prince Of Tides Barbra Streisand was one of the original pop stars who transitioned to Hollywood. She won the Oscar for her big-screen debut, 1968’s Funny Girl, and remained a major box office draw thanks to films like What’s Up, Doc? and The Way We Were. Ida Lupino - The Hitch-Hiker Ida Lupino began her acting career in the 1930s and starred in several high-profile movies during the 40s, most notably High Sierra and The Hard Way. By the end of the decade, dissatisfied with the roles that came her way, she chose not to renew her contract with Warner Brothers and started an independent studio with her husband, Collier Young. Kathryn Bigelow - The Hurt Locker Kathryn Bigelow has been directing films since the late 80s, helming such hits like Point Break and cult classics like Near Dark and Strange Days. In 2010, Bigelow became the first woman to win the Oscar for Best Director for her gripping war thriller, The Hurt Locker. 51

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