Since, the start of the film industry, we have seen lots of directors.but are dominated by the masculine. But There are some successful, women director in the industry that we might have not heard of ,but watched their movies. Women started making great movies in the 1910s and they dominated the industry completely after half a century.
We’ve picked ten female directors from all over the world who can be very fair to newcomers and we’re telling you which films they should pay attention to first. Looking at the results of the BBC Culture global survey, one thing is most surprising. 209 Critics have shared their lists of the top 10 foreign language films. Of those respondents, 94 were women, that is, 45 percent, and yet only 4 were female directors in the top 100: Chantal Ackerman (“Jeanne Dilman, Commerce Embankment 23, Brussels 1080”), Claire Denis (“Good Work”), Agnes Varda (“Cleo 5 to 7”) and Katya Lund (co-directorof “City of God”).
There were more films made by men called Jean in the top 100-7 films than women’s films. This disturbing outcome puts the current conversation about the lack of female filmmakers in a broader context: women run the risk of being removed from their heritage because they are deprived of the opportunity to engage in their art in the cinema.