Fri 16 Aug - Sat 17 Aug , Wed 21 Aug & Wed 4 Sep 2019, Screen One, Screen One,Screen Two, Capitol Theatre
A Film Hub South East presentation from the
Independent Cinema Office
Growing audiences for cultural cinema
All Tickets £6
CERTIFICATE 15: PHOTO ID MAY BE REQUIRED TO GAIN ENTRY TO THE SCREENING
French with English subtitles.
Starring: Agnès Varda, Sandrine Bonnaire, Hervé Chandès
In this inventive and affecting documentary, one of the most celebrated, engaging and endearing auteurs shares her observations on cinema, art and life. Agnès Varda died earlier this year and in this remarkable final work she journeys through her life and career in her characteristically contemplative yet playful way. Alongside recordings of public appearances and conversations with her collaborators, film clips and installation footage,
Varda reflects on the creative process and her body of work as a filmmaker, photographer and artist Illuminating, witty, moving and wise, it’s an unmissable self-portrait of a great visual storyteller with an uncompromising vision and a life-affirming curiosity about the world.
Watch the officlal trailer below
Winner of a 2020 Golden Globe Award and the Palme d’Or at Cannes and hailed a masterpiece by critics and audiences worldwide
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