She was born on 31 March (1982) in Beijing. She was a lazy child and rebellious teen who drew manga-influenced comics and wrote fan fiction. At the age of 15 she moved to boarding school in the UK, later she moved to Los Angeles high school and then moved to Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts got graduated (2005) in filmmaker and majored in politics. After which she undergraduate film minor in Kanbar Institution of Film and television graduate film program in New York Tisch School of Arts Her first featured film, ‘ song My Brother Taught me’ launched her career in 2015. The United States Dramatic Competition and the Cannes Picture Festival both premiered this film. It also got nominated for an Academy Award for Best Feature Film.
Rider, a western movie about a juvenile cowboy’s quest to self-discovery, was the film she featured. The film premiered at the Cannas Film Festival in 2017 and got nominated for Best Feature, Best Director, and won Art Cinema Awards. She shot Nomadland in 2018, a film about surviving America in the twenty-first century that premiered at the Venice Film Festival and received the Golden Lion Award. They also showed it at the 2020 Toronto International Film Festival, where it won the People’s Choice Awards. In this picture, they nominated her for a Golden Globe for Best Director.
She is only the second female director to receive this honor. She won an Academy Award for Best Director in April. She becomes the second woman to get this honor. In February 2021, she received 34 Awards Season Trophies, nine for editing and thirteen for screenwriting. Her next project is a Marvel film based on the Ethernals comic book, set to debut in November 2021. She is a role model for women’s empowerment because she has accomplished so much at such a young age and will continue to do so. It’s an excellent example by which to be inspired.