Chloé Zhao Makes History as Best Director at Spirit Awards


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Chloé Zhao should definitely think about investing in some retail shelves because of the Nomad land The director is sweeping this awards season together. On Thursday, she made history as the first Asian woman to win the Spirit Award for best director at the 36th annual Film Independent Spirit Awards. The indie film director was also the first Asian director and the first woman to win the best edit in the show’s history for her work Nomad land, her biggest project to date, which also won the Best Feature Award.

Zhao’s victories come less than two months after becoming the first Asian and first woman of color to make history and take home the award for best director at the Golden Globes. Even more amazing, 38 years after Barbra Streisand in 1983, Zhao became the second woman to ever win a Golden Globe for directing. With the awards season drawing to a close this year, we wouldn’t be surprised if she took home the Oscar for Best Director too. In any case, we hope she pops a bottle of champagne because congratulations are definitely fine!



Robert Dunfee