Chloe Zhao Biography
(Known for Her Independent Films 'The Rider' and 'Songs My Brothers Taught Me')
Birthday: March 31, 1982 (Aries)
Born In: Beijing, China
Chloe Zhao is a Chinese-American film director, screenwriter, and producer, best known for critically acclaimed films, such as ‘Songs My Brothers Taught Me’ and ‘The Rider.’ Chloe was heavily influenced by the Western pop culture right from her childhood. Traditional Chinese values did not permit of such endeavors, but her rebellious attitude made her an aspiring filmmaker. She enrolled at a boarding school in London and finished her high school from Los Angeles. She studied political science in college and later learned film production at the ‘Tisch School of the Arts,’ New York. She started her career with short films and made her debut with the 2010 short ‘Daughters,’ which received huge critical acclaim. She made her feature film directorial debut with the 2015 film ‘Songs My Brothers Taught Me,’ which won her huge acclaim at the ‘Cannes’ and ‘Sundance Film’ festivals.