Breaking established standards has never been easy. The filmmaker Agnès varda He seemed to know it very well and, in this way, reacted against the structures that the French cinema had established. Considered as a reference in the film industry of the twentieth century, he took the ideals of Le Nouvelle Vangue to the top and was elevated thanks to films like La Pointe Courte (1955) or Cleo from 5 to 7 (1961), which made him Reap a career full of success until the moment of his death, on March 29. With 90 years behind him, The beginnings of this great artistic path are now reflected in the poster that opens the way for the 72nd edition of the Cannes Film Festival, an event that, throughout its existence, saw it grow. "His 65 years of creativity and experimentation almost coincide with those of the Festival de Cannes, which celebrates each edition to those who dare to rise up and take risks," says the festival, through an official statement. So, in the poster we find a very young Agnès Varda who, climbing on the back of her assistant, tries to capture a sharp contrast, this image being enough to illustrate a career determined by freedom, both technical and expressive. In this way the new edition is promoted, which will be held from May 14 to 25 and that this year will have the director Alejandro González Iñarritu (Birdman or El Renacido) as president of the jury and with the director Claire Denis (A woman from Africa), as president of the jury of short films. For her part, Varda, one of the most influential filmmakers of all time, will be remembered during the festival, of which she was a member of the jury in 2005 and president in 2013, because of its desire to innovate and build new frontiers that would allow it to continue creating.