Cléo de 5 à 7

Agnès Varda 1962 France Fiction b/w & color 90min French 35mm
Cleo, originally named Francois, is a beautiful singer. She is waiting for the health-examination report. She strays anxiously on the streets and cafes of Paris, and her apartment...; she meets her lover and friends...At last, the conversation between her and a soldier changes her way of seeing the world and facing reality.
The film was selected in 1962 Venice Film Festival. It also received Georges Méliès award.


Agnès Varda

French filmmaker born in 1928. Greek father. French mother. Short studies in Paris. Photographer in the fifties. In 1954, she creates a film company CINE-TAMARIS for debut feature La Pointe Courte, which gave her the title of "Grand Mother of the French New Wave". Among 33 short and long, the best known films of Agnès are Cléo from 5 to 7(1961), Vagabond(1985), Jacquot de Nantes (1990), The Gleaners and I (2000), The Beaches Of Agnes (2008) and Visages Villages (2017).

Agnès Varda

2017 Faces Places

2008 The Beaches of Agnès

2000 The Gleaners and I

1994 A Hundred and One Nights

1993 The Young Girls Turn 25

1987 Kung-Fu Master!

1985 Vagabond

1977 One Sings, the Other Doesn't

1969 Lions Love

1967 Far From Vietnam

1965 Happiness

1962 Cléo from 5 to 7

1955 La Pointe Courte