WHAT’S THEIR BEST FILM?: OH YES IT’S LADIES NIGHT EDITION

Why should men get all the attention and the accolades when it comes to making movies? Here presented to you are three very talented, capable and creative women that have made their mark on the world of cinema. All you have to do is decide; what’s their best film?

KATHRYN BIGELOW

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Kathryn Bigelow

THE LOVELESS-1982

NEAR DARK-1987

BLUE STEEL-1989

POINT BREAK-1991

STRANGE DAYS-1995

THE WEIGHT OF WATER-2000

K-19: THE WIDOWMAKER-2002

THE HURT LOCKER-2008

THE MIRACULOUS YEAR (TV)-2011

ZERO DARK THIRTY-2012

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JANE CAMPION

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Jane Campion

SWEETIE-1989

AN ANGEL AT MY TABLE-1990

THE PIANO-1993

THE PORTRAIT OF A LADY-1996

HOLY SMOKE-1999

IN THE CUT-2003

BRIGHT STAR-2009

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SOFIA COPPOLA

Sofia Coppola

Sofia Coppola

THE VIRGIN SUICIDES-1999

LOST IN TRANSLATION-2003

MARIE ANTOINETTE-2006

SOMEWHERE-2010

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What’s their best film? The choice, my friends, is up to you.

10 thoughts on “WHAT’S THEIR BEST FILM?: OH YES IT’S LADIES NIGHT EDITION

    • I kinda figured a lot of people might not be too familiar with the body of work of these 3 women; but hey, never know for sure ’til you give it a shot.

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