Born in Wellington, New Zealand, in 1954, Dame Elizabeth Jane Campion DNZM is a filmmaker and screenwriter. After getting a degree in anthropology from the Victoria University of Wellington and a second degree in art from the Sydney College of the Arts, Campion decided to pursue a career in film. She enrolled in the Australian Film, Television and Radio School, where she wrote and directed many short films.
Jane Campion feature debut was Sweetie (1989), followed by An Angel at My Table (1990). Then, came her most popular movies: The Piano in 1993, and The Portrait of a Lady in 1996. More notable works include the controversial In the Cut, the delightful Bright Star, and the Oscar-winning The Power of the Dog (2021). Keep scrolling to read our reviews of Jane Campion’s films.