Friday, March 29, 2019
Farewell Madame Varda!
I was sad to hear the news today of the passing of Agnes Varda, widely known as the mother of French New Wave Cinema. She was one of a kind.
I've written stories about her projects in the past, as I found them so moving. First, The Beaches of Agnes, which is filmed partially in Venice, and couldn't be more lovely.
More recently, I was charmed out of my socks by the wonderful Faces/Places ... and I bet you will be too.
Varda saw the humanity in all of us everywhere, and made the viewer feel it too. I hope to touch people even just a little bit as much as she did one day, and thank this legend for her inspiration always. 90 is a great run, but the loss of this marvelous woman is still a tough one. She will be missed by the entire world.
Posted by CJ Gronner at 4:16 PM
Labels: Agnes Varda, Cinema, death, documentaries, Faces Places, France, French New Wave, grande dames, HUMANITY, inspiration, The Beaches Of Agnes
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