Anticipating the style and attitude of the New Wave, Agnès Varda’s directorial debut remains as fresh and original as the day it was made.
Agnès Varda's skilfully captures Paris at the height of the 60s in this intriguing tale expertly presented in real time about a singer whose life is in turmoil as she awaits a test result from a biopsy. As Cléo readies herself to meet with her doctor she meets several friends and strangers, and grapples with her idea of her own mortality.
One of Agnès Varda's more provocative films is a detailed study of adult fidelity and happiness.
Agnès Varda focuses on the intertwined lives of two women brought together during the struggle of the women's movement in 1970s France. This subject that remains all too familiar with Varda who was personally involved with the movement.
Sandrine Bonnaire won a Best Actress César for her portrayal as a young and defiant drifter in this tragic story.
Agnès Varda's poignant portrait of her late partner Jacques Demy tells the story of a child and his obsession of pursuing his dream to become a filmmaker.
Agnès Varda travelled the French countryside to study the world of foragers and scavengers called The Gleaners, resulting in an intriguing documentary.
Idiosyncratic, engaging and deeply moving, The Beaches of Agnès is the autobiography of a magnificent artist and a woman of vital curiosity.