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Glamsquad Magazine March 2023

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Tems: Rise Of Nigeria’s Grammy Award Winner


ENTERTAINMENT Greta Gerwig - Lady Bird Like other female directors, Greta Gerwig began her career as an actress, earning acclaim for her performances in films like Frances Ha and 20th Century Women. However, she achieved international acclaim as a director thanks to her debut effort, 2017’s Lady Bird. Jane Campion - The Piano In a career spanning forty decades, Jane Campion has achieved critical acclaim. Notorious for her distinctive visual approach and recurring themes, Campion’s work often explores subjects like eroticism and female liberation, using cinematic language to the fullest to portray her characters’ emotions, often without any words. Agnes Varda - Cléo From 5 To 7 Once described by Martin Scorsese as “one of the gods of cinema,” Agnes Varda is a cinematic institution. The French director, famous for her overlyrealistic yet experimental approach to filmmaking, was instrumental in developing the French New Wave movement of the 50s and 60s. 52

ENTERTAINMENT Chloé Zhao - Nomadland Known primarily for her independent films, Chinese-born filmmaker Chloé Zhao became the first woman of color to win the Oscar for Best Director. Zhao rose to prominence with her 2015 debut, Songs my Brothers Taught Me, before earning further critical praise with her sophomore effort, 2017’s The Rider. Kemi Adetiba – The Wedding Party Kemi Adetiba is a famous Nigerian filmmaker, television director and music video director, whose works have appeared on Channel O, MTV Base, Sound City TV, BET and Netflix. Some of her most iconic movies include The Wedding Party (2016), King of Boys (2018), and King of Boys: The Return of the King (2021). 53

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