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For the last 30 years, Alexandra Juhasz has interviewed members of her own art and art activist communities about why deserved recognition often comes too late for feminist artists.
The Criterion Collection’s Complete Films of Agnès Varda is a tribute to the multifaceted career of the revered French director.
I’m not saying that this is what you should do instead of watching Hamilton on Disney+, but I’m not not saying it either.
With her devotion to cats and heart-shaped everything, Varda personified adorably unconventional thinking — without apology or apparent self-consciousness.
To get the fullest picture of the artist requires traveling back through her filmography, a joyful opportunity provided by Film at Lincoln Center’s series Varda: A Retrospective, which opens today and runs through January 6.
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In Varda by Agnès, the revered director makes her own cinematic eulogy.
This year, the world’s biggest film festival is bringing a new documentary on Merce Cunningham, an adaptation of the art heist novel The Goldfinch, Agnès Varda’s final movie, and so much more.
It’s a blow to both the art and film worlds that there will be no more work from this tireless artist.
One Sings, the Other Doesn’t, Varda’s precious and poignant feminist musical from 1977 has been restored.
Two films by Varda, made in California 12 years apart, are screening this Friday at the Anthology Film Archives.