Varda was an individual from the jury at the Cannes Film Festival in 2005 and an individual from the jury at the Venice Film Festival in 1983. In 2002 she was the beneficiary of the French Academy prize, René Clair Award. On 4 March 2007, she was delegated a Grand Officer of the National Order of Merit of France. On 12 April 2009, she was made Commandeur de la Légion d’honneur. In May 2010 Varda got the Directors’ Fortnight’s eighth Carosse d’Or grant for lifetime accomplishment at the Cannes Film Festival. On 22 September 2010, Varda got a privileged degree from Liège University Belgium. On 14 May 2013, Varda was elevated to Grand Cross of the National Order of Merit of France. On 22 May 2013, Varda got the 2013 FIAF Award for her work in the field of movie conservation and restoration. On 10 August 2014, Varda got the Leopard of Honor grant at the 67th Locarno Film Festival. She was the second female to get the honor after Kira Muratova. On 13 December 2014, Varda got the privileged Lifetime Achievement Award, exhibited by the European Film Academy. On 24 May 2015, Varda got a privileged Palme d’Or. She was the primary lady to get a privileged Palme d’Or. On 16 April 2017, Varda was elevated to Grand officier de la Légion d’honneur. Varda was incorporated into Cinema Eye’s 2017 rundown of “Unforgettables.”
On 11 November 2017, Varda got an Academy Honorary Award for her commitments to film, making her the main female executive to get such an award. The prize was exhibited at the ninth Annual Governors Awards function. She was assigned two months after the fact for the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature for her narrative Faces Places, turning into the most seasoned selected individual at the show (she was eight days more seasoned than individual chosen one James Ivory).
For the 1985 narrative style highlight film Vagabond, she got the Golden Lion of the 42nd Venice International Film Festival. In 2009, The Beaches of Agnès won the Best Documentary Film grant at the 34th César Awards.