The filmmaker Agnès Varda, often called the “godmother of the French New Wave,” died on Friday morning at 90. Over a six-decade-plus career she made dramas and documentaries, exploring feminism, memory and mortality through fury and whimsy alike.

Here’s where to stream some of her most notable work.

One of Varda’s most acclaimed early works is this existential drama, which follows a singer (Corinne Marchand) in real time as she anxiously wanders Paris awaiting the results of a cancer examination. Jon-Luc Godard makes a cameo as a silent clown. “It seems as innovative and influential as any New Wave film,” Roger Ebert wrote in 2012.

Varda’s follow up to Cleo From 5 to 7 was this romantic drama that focuses on a young carpenter torn between his wife and the postal clerk he begins an affair with. The film draws from Impressionist imagery and challenges modern norms of fidelity and happiness; it won the Grand Jury Prize in 1965 at the Berlin International Film Festival. TIME called it a “exquisite essay on young love, spelled out with considerable cynicism and eye-filling art.”