L’une Chante, L’autre Pas – Agnès Varda: Pioneer

Tom Grieve, Cinema Editor
Agnès Varda, L’Une Chante, L’autre Pas (film still), 1977. Courtesy Ciné Tamaris.

L’une Chante, L’autre Pas – Agnès Varda: Pioneer at FACT, City Centre 22 August 2018 Tickets from £11.2 — Book now

Dir. Agnès Varda, 1977, Venezuela/France/Belgium, 107 min (12A)

In 1970s France, the lives of two women intertwine during the progress of the women’s movement.

As part of Liverpool Biennial 2018, FACT and Picturehouse present weekly screenings of the works of Agnès Varda, and a personally curated set of films to accompany her own.

L’une Chante, L’autre Pas – Agnès Varda: Pioneer at FACT, City Centre 22 August 2018 Tickets from £11.2 Book now

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