Finding a Voice: Varda's Early TraveloguesSubStance
AbstractThe article analyzes the maturation of cinematic voice and self-styled imperative to speak with images of Agnes Varda's non-fiction travelogues. It looks at the evolution of the literal and figurative voices of Varda's O Saisons o chateaux and Du Cote de la Cote, her transition from being a photographer to film making, and how Varda successfully bridged the gap between voiceover narration and imagery. The author suggests that Varda's travelogues denature preconceived notions of their theme.
Citation InformationClaudia Gorbman. "Finding a Voice: Varda's Early Travelogues" SubStance Vol. 41 Iss. 2 (2012) p. 40 - 57
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/claudia_gorbman/7/