Věra Chytilová was a Czech filmmaker and screenwriter known for her innovative and experimental approach to filmmaking. She is best known for her film "Daisies" (1966), which has been described as a feminist masterpiece. Chytilová was one of the few women directors in Czechoslovakia during the communist era and broke many of the conventions of filmmaking at the time.
Chytilová's films often dealt with themes of female empowerment, rebellion, and social critique. She was an inspiration to many feminist filmmakers and her work continues to be celebrated today.
In addition to her film work, Chytilová was also an accomplished artist and photographer. She passed away in 2014 at the age of 85.