Deborah Chow, the first Asian-American female director to direct a star-studded reality film in movie history, won a standing ovation for her third episode of “The Man-Manlo.” Early in the morning, countless text messages and emails poured in, and she realized what had happened: “Is there anyone chasing the show so early?”
Zhou will also direct the seventh episode of the show, and she is not the only female director of the show – the daughter of director Howard, Dallas Howard directed the fourth episode of the play, in order, she is indeed the first female director to direct a reality Star Wars film, and the first Asian director to receive the honor.
In addition to “The Man of Man,” Zhou will also be in charge of Disney’s Obi-Wan Star Wars series, with Ewan McGregor as Obi-Wan.
Zhou from the Canadian Chinese family, her father is an authentic Hong Kong film fan, resulting in her eyes and ears infected with a variety of Hong Kong action films, the audience can find Wu Yusen in the third episode of “Mandalo” shadow:
“It’s all about the bee-hot, I try to add some hairy elements, you see how wonderful, the classic scenes and filming of the past have come back, which my father did a lot of credit.” ”
“Unfortunately he didn’t get a chance to see it, or he’d be proud, maybe shocked.” ”
For Zhou, the biggest difficulty in directing “The Mandalorians” is that the characters are non-human, and the film is full of all kinds of alien, puppet, robot, and humanoid creatures hiding their faces behind props. One day she looked around and couldn’t help thinking:
“Oh my God, i can’t even see your eyes here, you can see a face…”
The play’s “Babe Judas”, which doesn’t even have lines, even overwhelms the protagonist, Agent Pena:
The red venomous snake expressed emotional stability: