very time there is an open directing assignment, a list of possible directors is put together. You might have to do this as an assistant, or as a producer or writer yourself trying to attach the RIGHT director to your project.
When you make that list you need to know all the names. And you need to be as inclusive as possible.
That’s why in this post we’re going to go over an extensive list of the best female directors. There are countless talented female filmmakers out there, and any list for a prospective director should include many of them.
While a lot of the women on this list don’t have the instant name recognition some of their male and female peers do, we aim to change that.
Because there is a ton of untapped talent on this list just waiting to be used on the next great project. Also because as Hollywood changes and looks to a new progressive future, anyone who isn’t focused on inclusivity will be left in the dust.
Women in Film keeps track of the statistics on how many women are working in the film industry every year. While the numbers are gradually getting better, it’s up to everyone make that change.
So here it is, a list of 67 amazing and accomplished directors who also happen to be women.
Best female Directors list:
Best female Directors list:
Winocour wrote the 2015 smash, Mustang, and immediately parlayed that into a directing career. She also made her name directing Augustine, Disorder, and the yet to be released Proxima.
While working primarily in France, Winocour has recently made the shift to American film, and seems to be next in line for bigger budgets, considering Proxima takes place in outer space.
A female director and writer known for Belle and A United Kingdom. Asante used to be an actress but has achieved more success behind the camera. He next film, Where The Hands Touch, is expected to premiere later this year.Everything she touches seems to attract universal acclaim. Her lowest rated movie is still an 83% on Rotten Tomatoes.
ANA LILY AMIRPOUR
Amirpour made waves when she released the Iranian film A Girl Walks Home At Night. It was nominated for two Independent Spirit Awards and catapulted her into the spotlight. Amirpour followed that up with The Bad Batch and recently directed an episode of Legion. She’s tackling a new and diverse take on tired genres and that’s exciting.
Long before she was set to direct the entirety of Season Two of Big Little Lies, Arnold commanded attention for 2009’s Fish Tank. That movie caught the world by storm and won Best British Movie at the BAFTAS. Before that, Arnold won an Academy Award for Best Short Film in 2003. She’s remained very active in Hollywood, making her mark with her epic opus, American Honey.
Arnold’s films understand the souls of characters so it’ll be cool to watch this female director take the reins of a show that built its name on depth.
Jolie’s career as an actress defined the late 1990s and early 2000s, but her emerging work as a director has been both powerful and impactful. Jolie began directing with the crushing, In The Land Of Blood And Honey. She’s been prolific over the past few years. Releasing Unbroken, By The Sea, and First They Killed My Father. She’s tackled multiple genres and frequently gets involved in the writing as well. A true Jack-Of-All-Trades. Female directors get it done.
Did You Know?
Woman comprise just 7 percent of all directors working in the top 250 domestic grossing films in 2016.
Along with her writing and directing and life partner, Ryan Fleck, Bolden has made a name for herself with strong, character-centric, work. The duo met in film school but Hollywood took notice when they released Half Nelson starring Ryan Gosling.Currently, they’re both working on Captain Marvel for Marvel Studios. Their documentary and editing backgrounds assure their films come in tight and keep you on the edge of your seat, even in the most dramatic stories.
Fletcher was a renowned Choreographer who stepped into the Director’s Chair for the breakout hit, Step Up, in 2006. Since then she’s worked consistently, often with top stars like Sandra Bullock, Dolly Parton, Ryan Reynolds, Seth Rogen, and Barbra Streisand.Her newest film, Dumplin, is set to come out this summer. She’s proven she can work with and handle stars with great success, easily belongs on any top female directors list.
It’s hard to imagine a time when Ava Duvernay wasn’t a household name. Selma helped Duvernay break out and this years A Wrinkle In Time certified her as a visionary.
She’s set to tackle the DC Universe next with The New Gods while we await word on Wrinkle sequels.
Duvernay is known for her stunning visuals but always make sure to put character-first, even in stories built on spectacle. She’s made it a point to work with other women and focus on equality for all set life. She's become more than a female director, or director of any kind. She's becoming a major cultural influencer.
Certainly the most famous person on this list. Though less prolific than others, Streisand forged a path that helped many female directors. She was already an acclaimed actress and singer when she directed Yentl, but she received a Best Picture nomination for The Prince of Tides and won the Cecile B. Demille Award in 2000 at the Golden Globes.
She’s been vocal about equal rights, especially since she’s the only woman to win for Best Director at the Golden Globes.
“If there’s specific resistance to women making movies, I just choose to ignore that as an obstacle for two reasons: I can’t change my gender, and I refuse to stop making movies”
— Kathryn Bigelow
Hardwicke scared a lot of parents with Thirteen, but became a hero to their daughters when she directed the initial installment of Twilight. She works a lot, bouncing from indies like Lords of Dogtown to big-budget studio fare like Red Riding Hood.
Her versatility makes her an interesting pick for any film and can handle the pressure of adapting beloved titles like Twilight.
In 2010 no one knew who Jennifer Lawrence was but then she debuted in a little film called Winter’s Bone by this female director. Debra Granik was nominated for an Academy Award for her writing on that film but her directing put us into the Ozarks with unforgiving relentlessness.In 2018, her next film, Leave No Trace, thrusts Ben Foster into the limelight and seems intense. Granik focuses on personal stories that have darker themes. She gets the most out of her cast.
Want to see Dee Ree’s latest work? Just hop onto Netflix. Mudbound make her an Academy Award nominee for Writing. She’s the first black woman to ever even be nominated.Rees was also nominated for an Emmy for her work on the HBO film, Bessie. Rees started as an indie force with Pariah and is ready for the big time. Her work often deals with personal traumas and characters dealing with them.
DENIZ GAMZE ERGUVEN
The director of the acclaimed film, Mustang, Erguven is about to breakout with the Anne Hathaway vehicle The Lifeboat which will be released later this year. Mustang created an interesting character drama that brought a ton of heart and comedy to what essentially was a tragedy. It’ll be exciting to see how Erguven handles Hathaway and the stakes in what seems to be a larger movie.
This female director started as an actress that dominated on the screen and has now also moved behind the camera. Banks took over the Pitch Perfect franchise and will soon make the jump to rebooting Charlie’s Angels. She’s presented herself as a high-concept director. Previously attaching herself to Y.A. Mega-hit Red Queen.Banks has articulated the desire to make bigger movies and tackle huge-budgets summer films. She also pushes for more Women directors in general.
A stalwart in television. Mancuso is shifting to the theatrical world with A Dog’s Journey and Besties. She’s previously directed episodes of Modern Family, Man with a Plan, and Blackish. As Mancuso makes the jump into features it’ll be interesting to see where she lands. Especially with so many high-profile comedies on her resume.
Coppola has pedigree coming from the Godfather himself. In 2013 she directed the anthology film, Palo Alto, based on James Franco’s book of the same title. She’s worked in television as well. Palo Alto’s vignette style proved Coppola could handle different tones and genres.
The subversive comedy Obvious Child helped Robespierre wade into Hollywood’s waters. Since then she’s refined her character work with the painfully funny, Landline. She’s also dominated TV work, with several episodes of Casual debuting later this year. She’s a rising star who subverts the typical tones and surprises the audience with laughter.
“What’s the trick to writing a great female character? Make her human.”
— Nicole Holofcener
It seems like yesterday when Love and Basketball debuted, but it was all the way back in 2000. Since then, Prince-Bythewood has worked in television, independent cinema, and is about to do a huge Spider-man spin off, Silver & Black with Sony that will thrust her into the spotlight once again. Hopefully she can carry her emotional depth to the blockbuster.
The release of But, I’m A Cheerleader was a landmark moment in Queer Cinema. Babbit has become a staple in television directing. Her careers spans from Malcolm in the Middle to Silicon Valley, with stops at It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia and countless others in between.Now she’s in pre-production on The Stand-In, her first feature in a few years. Babbit’s a staple on huge TV comedies so it’s exciting to see her back in theaters.
In 1993, The Piano seemed like it came from nowhere but was instantly showered with accolades. Women directors looked at Campion like and idol. Campion took home the award for Best Screenplay but lost her Best Director Oscar. Since then she’s continue to direct.Surging back into the spotlight with the limited series, Top Of The Lake, which got a second season now on Hulu. Campion is making a comeback and it will be interesting to see what she does next.
Did You Know?
According to Women In Hollywood, in 2017, Females comprised 24% of sole protagonists, 37% of major characters, and 34% of all speaking characters.
Primarily a television director, Getzinger has been involved with some of the greatest television shows on time. Mad Men, Jessica Jones, Outlander, Orange is the New Black, among others. She’s frequently at the forefront of popular drama and character-centric shows. TV is all about the writing, but these huge shows have put trust in Getzinger to make their stories come to life.
If you saw The Babadook, chances are you still haven’t gotten a good sleep at night. Kent is another director whose career started as an actress and shifted over time. She’s preparing her follow-up to The Babadook, The Nightingale, which is due out later this year.
The Babadook transcended the movie and became part of the cultural lexicon. Her signature chills and terror of everyday life are truly innovative.
Lee had everyone in your family singing “Let It Go” with her debut film, Frozen. She’s working on the sequel now and the sky's the limit after. Lee cut her teeth in the animated world as a writer, but Disney saw her potential. There’s no word on what she’s doing after the Frozen sequel but it would be interesting to see her cross to live-action.
JENNIFER YUH NELSON
Yuh Nelson had previously only worked in animation until signing onto The Darkest Minds, which comes out this Summer. She put her stamp on the Kung-Fu Panda franchise and looks to break out as the next big-budget action director, especially after displaying stunning visuals across mediums.
Soloway was busy writing for television and building indie cred until she put Amazon TV on the map with her hit dramedy Transparent. Soloway has directed 17 episodes of the series and two of her other Amazon show, I Love Dick. She’s become a force in television, highlighting unique and inclusive stories.
Foster was already an American Icon when she stepped behind the camera. Since then, she’s dedicated her work to tackling emotional issues like family, the financial crisis, and parenting. Foster was nominated for an Emmy for her work on Orange Is the New Black and is fearless when it comes to choosing her directing assignments. After doing a Black Mirror episode last year about the loss of child, it’ll be fun to track where Foster goes next.
Leigh was nominated for the Palme d'Or and Golden Camera award at the Cannes Film Festival for her film Sleeping Beauty. While she has only directed one film, she’s also an accomplished novelist and continues to tell stories.
“Don’t lose faith in what you are trying to do, even though you will get pummeled emotionally left and right. There are a lot of NOs to any YES. And that’s OK.”
— Jennifer Lee
Perhaps best known to Americans for her role in the “Before” trilogy, but Delpy is also active behind the camera. She blends both French and American language films with her movie 2 Days in Paris and the follow-up, 2 Days in New York.
While mostly working in comedy, she’s currently filming her drama, My Zoe. Delpy is adept at capturing the humanity of a situation and making us laugh or cry with the characters.
One of the most visually striking directors working in Hollywood, Taymor came onto the scene in 1999 with Titus, after working in theater and directing Operas. Her film, Frida, received six Oscar nominations. She’s currently in pre-production on her Gloria Steinem biopic, My Life On The Road.
Taymor is widely known for her styling, set design, and production values.
Kusama felt like she came from nowhere in 2000 with the movie Girlfight. Since then she’s handled both large studio ventures like Aeon Flux, as well as cult films like The Invitation. Kusama has also worked extensively in television in both comedy and drama. Kusama works with outside-the-box ideas and can handle even the most difficult tones.
Did You Know?
Of the top 250 grossing films, Women comprised 18% of all directors, writers, producers, executive producers, editors, and cinematographers. Women comprised 11% of all directors. 88% of the films had no female directors.
Since then, Bigelow has worked in film and television. In 2008 she was thrust back into the spotlight with The Hurt Locker and became the first woman to win the Best Directing Academy Award.
She’s proven over and over again that she’s one of the best directors in the business.
Cannon is a producer and writer who made a name for herself in TV before transitioning into film. She was behind the camera for 2018’s massive hit comedy, Blockers, and hopefully will be at the top of every comedy directing list. Her work on 30 Rock and New Girl was stellar and it’s exciting to see her as part of the new theatrical comedy wave.
One of the most important indie filmmakers working in Hollywood, Reichardt has put out consistent work since 1994. Last year’s Certain Women was nominated for a Spirit Award and she achieved cult status with dramas Old Joy and Wendy and Lucy.
Reichardt asks hard questions with her work. She brings you into characters lives and leaves you there, allowing you to make your own decisions about them.
Peirce hoisted the Spirit Award for Best First Feature in 2000 for Boy’s Don’t Cry. Since then, the director has worked in film and television with some popular titles like Dear White People, American Crime, and the remake of Carrie. Peirce has a very specific talent of bringing out the humanity in even the most horrific of situations and it echoes in her work.
“The fact is that I write under duress, often in my bed, often at the last minute. I’m kind of a binge writer I would say, which I don’t support. I was always kind of that way. Probably the time I was the most regular as a writer was college. It was like, what else is there to do when you’re living in the Midwest studying creative writing?”
— Lena Dunham
LANA WACHOWSKI AND LILLY WACHOWSKI
Once in a while a movie comes along that changes the industry. In 1999, that movie was The Matrix. Since then, the Wachowskis focused on building out that franchise and creating singular science fiction works that include Cloud Atlas and Speed Racer. They even pushed into television with Sense8 on Netflix. This trans duo has supported each other through the work and change and important to Hollywood’s visual style and CGI in general.
Before her meteoric rise, Dunham toured the country with indie film Tiny Furniture. Then Girls premiered on HBO and everyone instantly knew who she was and what she was all about. She directed 19 episodes of that show and we’re all waiting to see what she’s going to do next. She stays busy writing books and promoting her magazine, Lenny Letter.
LESLI LINKA GLATTER
For the better part of the past thirty years, Linka Glatter has been a go-to director in television. She has been nominated for Emmys for her work in Mad Men and Homeland and even was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Short Film. She continues to push the boundaries in TV and help series achieve their look and feel.
Headland was a playwright who transitioned to TV writing for the cult classic, Terriers. She made the leap to directing with Bachelorette and Sleeping With Other People. She also became a force in television with SMILF and directing the pilot of Heathers. Headland has crushed in recent years and as SMILF takes off she’ll be someone to watch.
Now a stalwart in television, Alexander got her start as a World Karate Champion. She grappled her way to the screen with Green Street Hooligans and followed it up with the exciting Punisher: War Zone.Alexander’s specialty is action and fight scenes and that’s allowed her to make a name for herself on shows like Arrow and Supergirl. Alexander is also vocal about Hollywood on Twitter and frequently interacts with fans and haters alike.
Cholodenko bounced around between TV and smaller films but really became a part of the conversation with her project, The Kids Are All Right. Since then she’s worked with HBO on Olive Kitteridge and will be directing a remake of the Oscar nominated Toni Erdmann starring Kristen Wiig and Jack Nicholson. Her work in character-centered dramedy creates a delicate balance between comedy and tragedy.
Joy broke in writing on Pushing Daisies and Burn Notice. Then a little show called Westworld broke out and became a major hit. Joy recently directed her first episode of Westworld to critical success and it will be interesting to see what happens next with her career.
"Sometimes, you just have to go in there and bowl people over with your sheer force of will."
— Jennifer Yuh Nelson
Scafaria wrote Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist but was able to parlay that into directing her next feature, Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World. Since then she’s directed three episodes of New Girl and her new feature The Meddler. Scafaria has shown the delicate ability to understand deep emotion while still being able to make people laugh.
Did You Know?
Of the top 1,100 grossing films from 2007-2017, 95.7% of all directors were male and 4.3% were female. This translates to 22 male directors hired to every 1 female director.
As far as subversive debut comedy goes, Lynn Shelton held nothing back with 2009’s Humpday. Since then she’s shown no signs of slowing down, releasing numerous Independent features like Laggies, Your Sister’s Sister, and Outside In. She’s also dominated the television landscape directing episodes of The Mindy Project, New Girl, Casual, Shameless, Glow, Love, and AP Bio. Shelton crushes character work and often displays people who are stuck in various stages of their life, trying to break out of their shells.
Truly an auteur, Ramsay is back in the spotlight with You Were Never Really Here. She’s truly royalty of independent cinema, working to create singular visions about often controversial subjects.
We Need To Talk About Kevin, Ratcatcher, and Morvern Caller have all been critical successes and pushed the boundary of cinema. Audiences are clamoring for more of her work, and we hope Hollywood helps finance her next vision.
Heller started in Hollywood as an actress but made noise in a big way with Diary of a Teenage Girl. Since then she’s done a stint on Casual, directed some Transparent, and announced four new films. She has Can You Ever Forgive Me? coming later this year. Like a few others on this list, she does well turning tragedy into comedy and always brings a humanity to her character’s less than perfect decisions.
A graphic novelist, Satrapi broke into directing after adapting her own graphic novel, Persepolis, to the big screen. She’s continued to work in film, with the 2014 Ryan Reynolds vehicle, The Voices. Satrapi has her new film, a biopic of Marie Curie called Radioactive, set to release this year. Satrapi has conquered several mediums and her unique visual gifts will be a must-see as she tackles a historical drama.
Harron delivered two of the 1990’s cult classics in I Shot Andy Warhol and American Psycho. After those two successes she worked mainly in television with episodes of Six Feet Under, Big Love, and the Anna Nicole TV Movie.
She’s getting back into features with Charlie Says and Dali Land. Harron is great at keeping an audience guessing and highlighting our darkest thoughts and feelings.
Hansen-Løve was discovered as an actress at 18 but has risen to prominence as a director since. She works primarily in independent cinema in France, and has crime-reporter drama called Maya coming out this year. She’s making the leap to American films after, with Bergman Island. It’ll be interesting to see how she blossoms in Hollywood.
“My husband is shooting a movie, and our son is 3, and everyone around him is not going, ‘Oh, my god, what are you going to do with your son?’ We give fathers all kinds of permission to focus on their work, to be creatively consumed, but mothers with that same determination make everyone uneasy. The guilt is unreal.”
— Miranda July, writer, director and actress
MacLaren made her directorial debut with an episode of The X-Files. She worked on various shows in the early 2000s but came into her own with an extended run of episodes for Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, The Leftovers, and The Walking Dead.Her name has been attached to various features but she is now in pre-production on a film called Nightingale and has been announced as the helmer of Cowboy, Ninja, Viking. It seems everyone’s long wait for MacLaren to make the jump to the big screen will soon be over.
Leder has been directing consistently for the past 30 years. She started with an episode of L.A. Law and did a series of TV movies. Then flipped those into The Peacemaker, Deep Impact, and Pay It Forward.She transitioned back into television in the 2000s with runs on West Wing and The Leftovers. Leder can handle big science fiction but always grounds it in personal struggles.
Nair started in documentary film, but quickly shifted that perspective into creating personal stories like Monsoon Wedding and The Namesake.
Recently she’s focused on creating interesting characters, as seen in her Amelia Earhart biopic, Amelia, and her chess movie, Queen of Katwe. She’s visually gifted and always finds the nuance of every scene. Truly focused on “show, don’t tell.”
A multi-hyphenate and artist, July has spread her wings in the indie scene. Her movie, Me, You, And Everyone We Know won the Golden Camera Award at Cannes. She’s since focused on her own work and creating personal stories. Her characters and situations are always left of center and unique. She has an Untitled Heist Film slated for 2019.
In 1980, a little movie called Private Benjamin put Goldie Hawn into the spotlight and helped Meyers break into Hollywood. After that successful writing assignment, Meyers continued to be a reliable writer, finally getting the chance to direct with 1998’s Parent Trap remake.Since then she’s been a force in Hollywood, tackling memorable movies like The Holiday and Something’s Gotta Give. She’s now at the top of the Hollywood Directing tier, which means she usually gets to direct what she writes, like she did on The Intern.
Holofcener is a versatile director whose scope ranges from TV comedy and drama to personal, independent, films. She’s directed episodes of Gilmore Girls, Parks and Rec, and One Mississippi.Her films usually star prominent actresses that she lets delve deep into character work like Julia Louis Dreyfus in Enough Said. She has a way of making quiet moments count and makes movies about being an adult.
This New Zealand director achieved universal acclaim for her work on Whale Rider. Since then, she’s worked on several dramatic films, North Country, The Zookeeper’s Wife, but is slated to have a huge 2020 with Disney’s live-action Mulan. Caro’s visual style is unique and refreshing. She knows how to convert big action and big heart.
In 2003 it seemed like Patty Jenkins could turn the buzz coming off her movie, Monster, into anything. Instead, she wound up directing TV until she came back in a big way with last year’s Wonder Woman.
She’s already planning the sequel and making up for lost time with other projects in the works. Jenkins’ style and vision made Wonder Woman a blockbuster smash, and it’ll be cool to see where she goes after the hero hangs up her lasso.
Did You Know?
In TV for 2016-2017, the Directors Guild of America reported the percentage of episodes directed by ethnic minorities rose by 3 percentage points to a record 22% of all episodes, while the percentage directed by women went up 4 points to 21% of all episodes, another all-time high.
Spheeris rose to prominence in the 80’s but was the mind behind household comedies like Wayne’s World, The Little Rascals, and Black Sheep. Since then she’s fluctuated between TV movies, episodes, and even some documentaries. Still, she made an indelible mark on comedy and is poised for a noisy comeback.
This determined British director can do it all, helming the musical Mamma Mia! And then chasing it with the prestige picture, The Iron Lady two years later. She’s currently in development on a few ideas. With her range she’s proven she can tackle anything.
Morano made waves while directing The Handmaid’s Tale last year. She started out as a Cinematographer but stepped back to now be in charge of whole productions. Her debut film, I Think We’re Alone Now, comes out later this year. She has several other ideas set up that will shoot later this and next year. Her visualizations build distinct worlds.
Another Brit, Taylor-Johnson worked on the rise of the Beatles in Nowhere Boy but came to fame when she landed the job of directing the smash-hit novel adaptation of Fifty Shades Of Grey.Since then she’s delved into television but is going back to adapt another noisy novel, A Million Little Pieces, later this year. She can handle the pressure of a best-seller and knows how to get the audience involved.
‘‘A big part of getting a ‘shot’ is about studio execs seeing themselves in you. As a woman and a black filmmaker, I’m often not that person.”
— Dee Rees, writer, director and producer
Polley stepped away from acting in 2010 to pursue directing full time. Her first three films have been a tour-de-force of emotion. Away From Her, Stories We Tell, and Take This Waltz have all garned awards consideration and thrust Polly into the limelight as an important filmmaker to keep track of as she moves forward. She excels at emotionally crushing tales and tearjerkers.
SO YONG KIM
Kim was born in Korea but has been working consistently in Hollywood since 2006. She started with low-budget indies but has since moved to television where she’s directed episodes of Queen Sugar, The Good Fight, The Exorcist, and Get Shorty. Her flexibility to move between tone and genre keeps her highly sought after.
Another in the Francis Ford Coppola family tree, Sofia has followed in her father’s footsteps but branched out from his prestige mafia movies. Instead, she focuses on her own independent voice, pushing modern ideas like Somewhere and Bling Ring while also bending genre and tone with Marie Antoinette and The Beguiled. She’s constantly changing and inventing with every project.
Born in Copenhagen, Bier flourished in the European markets, helping break Mads Mikkelsen as an actor in After The Wedding.
She’s since directed all six episodes of the Golden Globe Nominated The Night Manager and entered post-production on the science fiction thriller, Bird Box. She keeps audiences on the edge of their seats and can create tension out of any moment.
In 1998, Slums Of Beverly Hills burst through the indie scene and into the mainstream. Jenkins had a long break between that and The Savages, but came back in a big way with the drama.
Her new film, Private Life, debuts later this year. Jenkins thrives in realism. She presents life as it is and gives actors room to take over.
When Davis emerged from the music video landscape of the late 80’s and early 90’s, she was given the Britney Spears vehicle, Crossroads to direct.This Billy Madison director then spent a lot of time in TV, working on some of the biggest comedies like You’re the Worst and Alone Together. Her ability to extract comedic performances out of actors is uncanny.
“Maybe even to the great men, a woman directing is like a dog playing the piano: at best, a novelty or fad; at worst, an aberration.”
— Leslye Headland, writer and director
Along with her directing and writing partner, Jonathan Dayton, Faris has made a name for herself with Red Hot Chili Peppers, Weezer, and REM music videos.
They made the switch to movies with the massive success, Little Miss Sunshine, and have continued their success with Ruby Sparks and Battle of the Sexes. Faris is driven by subverting tropes and bringing interesting stories to the screen.
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