The 94th academy winner director Jane campion began filmmaking in the early 1980s, attending the Australian School of Film and Television. She is marvelous and amazing director from longer time. So, let’s take a look at the amazing achievements of hers to inspire others. 

Her first short film, Peel (1982) won the Palme D’Or at the Cannes Film Festival in 1986. Her other short films include A Girl’s Own Story (1984), Passionless Moments (1985), After Hours (1985) and the telefeature 2 Friends (1986), all of which won Australian and international awards. She co-wrote and directed her first feature film, Sweetie (1989), which won the Georges Sadoul prize in 1989 for Best Foreign Film, as well as the LA Film Critics’ New Generation Award in 1990, the American Independant Spirit Award for Best Foreign Feature, and the Australian Critics’ Award for Best Film, Best Director and Best Actress. 

 The Piano in 1993 won the Palme D’Or at Cannes, making her the first woman ever to win the prestigious award. She also won an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay at the 1993 Oscars, while also being nominated for Best Director.

Jane Campion the revered New Zealand-born Australian director, became the third female film-maker ever and the second in a row to win best director in the 94-year history of the Academy Awards.

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