Agnès Varda

Varda by Agnès

By Aimee Knight

The late doyenne of French cinema offers a personal guide through her treasured oeuvre.

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On Location: The final shot from Agnés Varda’s Cleo from 5 to 7

By Adam Scovell

Paris’ Boulevard de l’Hôpital provides the setting for one of the most cherished endings in French cinema.

Up With People: In Remembrance of Agnès Varda

By David Jenkins

The beloved French filmmaker, who has passed away aged 90, leaves behind a peerless body of work.

Varda by Agnès – first look review

By Ian Mantgani

The first lady of French cinema offers a final, typically fascinating self-portrait.

Faces Places

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

Agnès Varda hits the road with French photographer and muralist JR in this singularly charming social document.

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Agnès Varda: ‘I’ve always enjoyed sharing people with audiences’

By David Jenkins

The loquacious goddess of French cinema reflects on her extraordinary career ahead of the release of her new film, Faces Places.

Vagabond (1985)

By David Jenkins

A welcome re-release of Agnés Varda’s best film, chronicling the final days of a French wanderer in search of freedom.

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How Cleo from 5 to 7 portrays a city under the female gaze

By Adam Scovell

A curiosity in the everyday powers Agnès Varda’s masterful second feature.

Visages Villages – first look review

By David Jenkins

Agnès Varda douses the French landscape with art with the help of her new friend JR in this wonderfully eccentric road movie.

It Felt Like Love: A celebration of 50 great female filmmakers

By Little White Lies

Personal odes to some of the finest women directors from around the world.

How Summertime channels the pro-choice spirit of One Sings, the Other Doesn’t

By Katherine McLaughlin

Catherine Corsini’s new film carries the torch for Agnès Varda’s feminist musical.

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