Le Bonheur – Agnès Varda: Pioneer at FACT

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Le Bonheur – Agnès Varda: Pioneer. Presented as part of Liverpool Biennial 2018

Le Bonheur – Agnès Varda: Pioneer at FACT, City Centre 8 August 2018 Tickets from £11.20 — Book now

Directed by Agnès Varda, La Bonheur is a tale of attraction and passion set in 1851 about a pianist and her daughter who travel from Scotland to New Zealand for an arranged marriage.

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.

Also experience Varda’s poetic three-channel video installation and first UK commission, 3 Movements (2018), as part of the festival.

Le Bonheur – Agnès Varda: Pioneer at FACT, City Centre 8 August 2018 Tickets from £11.20 Book now

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