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Revered for her bold political and autobiographically inspired work, Agnès Varda is a seminal feminist filmmaker and matriarch of the French New Wave. Her influential career began in the 1950s with La Pointe Courte - often considered the unofficial first film of the New Wave - and continues seven decades later, as in 2017 she became the first female director to be awarded an honorary Oscar. The Agnès Varda Collection is a selection of her most illuminating narrative features. The Blu-ray box set contains eight discs spanning six decades of Varda’s feature films, over six hours of special features (including interviews, featurettes and short films) plus a specially commissioned 100-page book.


La Pointe Courte
Cleo from 5 to 7
Le Bonheur
L'une Chante, L'autre Pas
Jacquot de Nantes
The Gleaners and I


Agnès Varda


Blu-ray catalogue number: ART212BD Special features: Exclusive 100-page book LA POINTE COURTE Documentary short Du cote de la cote CLEO FROM 5 TO 7 New Interview with Agnes Varda - Recorded exclusively for this release Memories and Anecdotes - The Making of Cleo From 5 to 7 Madonna and Agnes speak about Cleo Cleo's Time-Lapse Trajectory Subject of the Engaged Fiances on the Bridge Cariatides of Paris LE BONHEUR Agnes talks about Le Bonheur Words about Le Bonheur Le Bonheur: The People of Fontenay respond Jean-Claude Drouot returns to Fontenay-aux-roses The two women from Le Bonheur Agnes and happiness: Fragments of a documentary L'UNE CHANTE, L'AUTRE PAS Documentary short Oncle Yanco Plaisir d'Amour en Iran Reponse de Femmes VAGABOND Notes and Commentaries Music and Travels Bonus film 'Degrade vieille femme' JACQUOT DE NANTES Agnes V. raconte Souvenirs de Nantes Evocations et Vocations Le Sabotier du Val de Loire: A Short film by Jacques Demy THE GLEANERS & I The Little Museum featurette Homage to Zgougou the cat featurette Two years later documentary THE BEACHES OF AGNES Daguerre Beach On Trapeze Artists and Acrobats Interview



Out now on Blu-ray

GENRE: Drama, Documentary, Biography

DIRECTOR: Agnès Varda


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