Belgian-Born French Film Director Agnes Varda Is No More. Agnes, Famous For Directing Movies Like Cleo From 5 To 7, Faces Places, And Vagabond Died At The Age Of 90.
- Agnes Varda died at the age of 90.
- Agnes Varda died on May 30, 1928, in Ixelles, Belgium.
- Agnes died following a short battle with cancer.
- Agnes was previously married to Jacques Demy.
- Agnes was blessed with two children; a son Mathieu Demy and a daughter Rosalie Varda.
The famous French film director, Agnes Varda, who received an Oscar Award and Academy Award documentary nomination, pa s sed away at the age of 90.
Agnes’ family confirmed her death and revealed that she died at her home in Paris; all surrounded by family, relatives, and friends.
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Her family revealed that she died following a short battle with cancer. In the statement, her family members have described her as a passionate artist and joyful feminist.
Agnes’ funeral is supposed to take place on Tuesday in Paris.
Agnes Varda, who started her professional career in 1951, has directed dozens of movies and television series like Visages Villages, Les Glaneurs et la glaneuse, Jane B. par Agnes V, Les 3 Boutons, Le lion volatile, Agnès de ci de là Varda, Une minute pour une image, and many others.
Joined jury president Cate Blanchett
Back in 2018, at the Cannes Festival, Agnes joined jury president Cate Blanchett for a bilingual speech regarding sexual misconduct in the wake #MeToo movement.
Agnes was previously married to Jacques Demy from 1962 to 1990. The pair was blessed with two children; Mathieu Demy and Rosalie Varda.