By Inkoo Kang | Women and Hollywood December 3, 2013 at 12:00PM
Director Clio Barnard must be tired of collecting awards by now. Here's another for her scrapbook: her debut narrative feature, The Selfish Giant, landed on film magazine Sight & Sound's top-ten list.
The Selfish Giant, however, was the only woman-directed film to make the vaunted list, which was published by the British Film Institute and compiled from a poll of over 100 international critics, curators and academics.
Interestingly, four other women-centric but male-directed films made the cut: Gravity, Blue is the Warmest Color, Frances Ha, and Upstream Color.