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2019 | Color | 115:00

Agnès Varda—professional photographer, installation artist, and pioneer of the Nouvelle Vague—is an institution of French cinema, and yet she fiercely opposes institutional thinking of any kind. This film offers insights into her oeuvre, using excerpts from her work to illustrate her artistic vision. Revisiting over 60 years of personal and professional life, Varda takes us on a journey through her world of unorthodox images.

Country: Francia
Direction: Varda; Agnès
Script: Varda; Agnès
Production: Varda; Rosalie
Photography: Fabry; Julia, ; François, Décréau, Duguet; Claire
Sound: Chaulier; David, Savary; Alan
Art direction: Fabry; Julia
Participation year at FICM: 2019

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