Agnes Varda and Susan Sontag: Lions and Cannibals

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At the 1969 New York Film Festival, Newsweek film critic Jack Kroll moderated a conversation about aesthetics and creative decisions between Agnes Varda and Susan Sontag. Varda presented Lion's Love, a film shot in Hollywood with Viva, Jerome Ragni and James Rado. Acclaimed literary and film critic Susan Sontag presented her debut film, Duet for Cannibals, which was shot in Sweden.

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