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Recommend Honorary Oscars: Agnès Varda's "The Gleaners & I" (Email)

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We will be revisiting work from this year's Honorary Oscar winners.Here'sChrison Agnès Varda...

Agnès Varda is getting some long-overdue recognition this year.With prominent profiles being written with the coming of her Honorary Oscar and the release of her documentary with photographer JRFaces Places, you could practically call her a cineaste’s It Girl.While this recent film is earning her new fans enamored with her unique point of view, they will find something equally as layered and holistic in 2000’sThe Gleaners and I.

The documentary begins as a study of modern day gleaning, the ancient practice of searching harvested fields for leftover crops - but it quickly becomes so much more...


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