Belgian-born film-maker Agnes Varda has died at the age of 90.
Her family confirmed her death, of complications from cancer, on Friday to the AFP news agency.
Varda, 89, was one of the key figures in the French New Wave in the 1960s, making films like Cleo from 5 to 7, Le Bonheur and The Creatures.
In 2017 she became the first female director to be awarded an honorary Oscar.
Varda also became the oldest Oscar nominee in history after being shortlisted in the Oscars documentary feature in 2018.