Greta Gerwig
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Not much has been heard from Gerwig since “Lady Bird,” her darkly comic, semi-autobiographical ode to her teen years in Sacramento, scored a pair of Golden Globe Awards and five Oscar nominations back in 2018. But Gerwig, previously best known for penning and starring in 2012’s “Frances Ha,” has been busy writing and directing a new big-screen version of Louisa May Alcott’s oft-adapted 19th-century classic “Little Women,” set for Christmas with a cast including Meryl Streep, Emma Watson and “Lady Bird” stars Saoirse Ronan and Timothée Chalamet. In July, it was announced that Gerwig and her longtime significant other, filmmaker Noah Baumbach (“The Meyerowitz Stories”), would co-write Warner Bros.’ live-action “Barbie” movie, in which Margot Robbie will produce and play the living doll.




  • Barnard College (NY, USA)

Variety Honors

  • 2018 Variety500 Honoree
  • 10 Directors to Watch
  • Hollywood's New Leaders
  • New Power of New York
  • Variety Power of Women
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Greta Gerwig and 'Little Women' Crew Mix Modern and Classical

Greta Gerwig and 'Little Women' Crew Mix Modern and Classical

Greta Gerwig wrote and directed Sony’s “Little Women,” a new look at Louisa May Alcott’s much-loved 19th-century classic. Eager to pay tribute to her artisan colleagues, Gerwig says, “It was a joy for me to work with all these people. It’s a movie that’s impossible to create without world-class artists. They killed themselves for me!”Yorick Le Saux, cinematographer“We shot on film, which was critical to having the film look like we wanted. Yorick made every scene look like source lighting....


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