14 emerging movie directors who will take over Hollywood in 2019 and beyond
- These are the directors whose movies we'll be falling in love with for years to come.
- They include the likes of Steven Caple Jr. ("Creed II"), Bo Burnham ("Eighth Grade"), and Desiree Akhavan ("The Miseducation of Cameron Post").
2018 has been a great year at the box office, and it has also showcased the talents of many filmmakers who are on the cusp of major fame.
In some cases, like that of Bo Burnham (the indie hit "Eighth Grade") and Steven Caple Jr. (box office champ "Creed II"), we got a glimpse of talents who were just figuring out their craft. With others, like Desiree Akhavan ("The Miseducation of Cameron Post") and Brady Corbet ("Vox Lux"), 2018 showed us that artists known for their work in front of the camera were just as talented behind it.
Here we look at 14 directors who you should keep an eye out for in 2019 and beyond:
Desiree Akhavan (“The Miseducation of Cameron Post”)
Julius Avery (“Overlord”)
Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck (“Captain Marvel”)
Bo Burnham (“Eighth Grade”)
Steven Caple Jr. (“Creed II”)
Aneesh Chaganty (“Searching”)
Brady Corbet (“Vox Lux”)
Yann Demange (“White Boy Rick”)
Carlos López Estrada (“Blindspotting”)
Greta Gerwig (“Lady Bird”)
Gene Graham (“This One’s for the Ladies”)
Sam Levinson (“Assassination Nation”)
Quinn Shephard (“Blame”)
Carly Stone (“The New Romantic”)
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