From December 20th through January 6th, Film at Lincoln Center presents a career-spanning retrospective of Agnès Varda’s work. In 1955 Varda kickstarted the French New Wave with her debut feature La Pointe Courte. For the next six decades she remained at the cutting edge of international cinema, continuing to innovate, experiment, and explore right up until her death earlier this year at age 90.

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> FROM DECEMBER 20th THROUGH JANUARY 6th, FILM AT LINCOLN CENTER PRESENTS A COMPREHENSIVE, CAREER-SPANNING RETROSPECTIVE OF AGNES VARDA'S WORK.

IN 1955 VARDA KICKSTARTED THE FRENCH NEW WAVE.

FOR THE NEXT SIX DECADES SHE REMAINED AT THE CUTTING EDGE OF INTERNATIONAL CINEMA, CONTINUING TO INNOVATE, EXPERIMENT, AND EXPLORE RIGHT UP UNTIL HER DEATH EARLIER THIS YEAR AT AGE 90.

AN ETERNAL FREE SPIRIT, VARDA USED THE CAMERA AS AN EXTENSION OF HERSELF, SYNTHESIZING THE THEMES THAT CAPTURED HER RESTLESS IMAGINATION.

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