Top 10 Best Female Directors

Sophia Coppola

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Despite of the popularity of the Coppola clan to her career as a director, it did not influence her to reach her own fame. She begun directing and writing in 1998 with her Lick the Star that were followed by The Virgin Suicides. Her name truly shone because of Lost in Translation movie that gave her an Academy Award in the category of screenwriting. Another film that she did was Marie Antoinette that grossed $60 million.