Greta Van Damme, one of the most influential filmmakers in Hollywood history, has a message for us today: “If you’re in this business, and you’re a writer, if you’re the director, and the producer, and if you don’t have the money, don’t get excited.”
Van Damme is a writer and producer who has written several critically acclaimed films, including A Fistful of Dollars, The Big Sick, and Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
In 2018, Van Dammer’s first feature film, The Girl in the Spider Web, earned the film an Academy Award nomination for Best Director.
The film has since been followed by a sequel, The Boy Who Came to the Rescue.
The Girl in Spider Web (2017) directed by Greta van Damme was released in 2017.
Van Dammer is one of two women among the top-grossing directors on the American film market.
The other is director Paul Thomas Anderson.
The former has made an indelible mark on cinema by delivering his signature cinematic style to audiences around the world.
His films have earned him an Oscar nomination and Golden Globe for Best Documentary Feature.