Agnès Varda (born 30 May 1928) is a Belgian film director. Her movies, photographs, and art installations focus on documentary realism, feminist issues, and social commentary — with a distinct experimental style.
Despite similarities to the French New Wave, films by Varda belonged more precisely to the Rive Gauche sister-movement, along with Chris Marker, Marguerite Duras, Alain Robbe-Grillet, Jean Cayrol and Henri Colpi. The group was strongly tied to the nouveau roman movement in literature and politically was positioned in the Left. Like the French New Wave, its members would often collaborate with each other.
|La Pointe Courte||—||France||1956||Director, Writer|
|Cléo de 5 à 7||Cléo from 5 to 7||France/Italy||1962||Director, Writer|
|Le Bonheur||Happiness||France||1965||Director, Writer|
|Lions Love||Lions Love||USA/France||1969||Director, Writer, Producer|
|L'Une chante, l'autre pas||One Sings, the Other Doesn't||Venezuela/France/Belgium||1977||Director, Writer|
|Sans toit ni loi||Vagabond||France/UK||1985||Director, Writer, Editor|
|Jane B. par Agnès V.||Jane B. by Agnes V.||France||1986-7||Director, Writer, Editor|
|Kung-Fu Master||Le Petit amour||France||1987||Director, Writer|
|Jacquot de Nantes||—||France||1990||Director, Writer|
|Les Cent et une nuits de Simon Cinéma||A Hundred and One Nights||UK/France||1994||Director, Writer|
|Les Glaneurs et la glaneuse||The Gleaners and I||France||2000||Director, Writer, Producer, Editor|
|Les Glaneurs et la glaneuse... deux ans après||The Gleaners and I: Two Years Later||France||2002||Director, Editor|
|Lion volatil, Le||—||France||2003||Director, Writer, Producer, Editor|
|Plages d'Agnès, Les (currently in production)||—||France||2008||Director, Writer, Producer|