Les Créatures is a 1966 film by Agnès Varda that recounts a story of a couple who have just moved to a new town and been in a car accident. The wife, Mylène Piccoli, has lost her voice in the accident and communicates through writing. The husband, Edgar Piccoli, is a science fiction writer working to produce his next book.
Les Créatures was an official selection of the Venice film festival, though it received mixed reviews. The film failed commercially.
Agnès Varda later recycled the leftover film stock from the film as the basis for her Ma Cabane de l’Échec (My Shack of Failure). Ma Cabane was made from film stock directly from the distribution copy and rearranged to form the structure of a cabin.