What Remains: The Life and Work of Sally Mann 1994
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|Director||Steven Cantor, Peter Spirer|
|MPAA rating||NR (Not Rated)|
|Captions and subtitles||English Details|
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Great insight into the mind and process of one of our greatest photographic artists.
She really challenges all of our concepts and fears of the subject of death and breaks it down to a beautiful idea of a natural process.
As an artist myself, this is one of the most inspirational, thought-provoking and moving films I have ever seen.
|Length: 1:38 Mins|
wonderful, very real, didn't want this to end. was a joy and inspiration to watch.
got a look into the daily life of Sally Mann, in-depth look at her work, and got to meet... Read more
I studied with Sally at the Maine Photo Workshop in the late 80's. I later visited and dined with her in Lexington. Read morePublished 5 months ago by John R. Aldridge
Interesting to see how an artist takes photos. Great to see someone using 100 yr old cameras to get such interesting subject matter. Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. Harrison
This is the second documentary Steven Cantor made on Sally Mann. The first was a 30 minute film titled "Blood Ties: The Life and work of Sally Mann". Read morePublished 7 months ago by John Black
One of very few documentaries I've ever watched for school and enjoyed. One of very few documentaries I've enjoyed, for that matter...Published 10 months ago by Panda
I love Sally Mann. This documentary is interesting because it starts off almost like a biography, but then it takes a turn in showing the recent ups and downs of her career. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Kali Ajna
I highly recommend this to photographers and alike. Sally Mann is wonderful and her work has so much feeling. Not just a picture. I look up to her and she is aspiring. Read morePublished 11 months ago by D. Angell
Sally Mann never fails to amaze me, and this film just adds to that! It not only touches on her works in "What Remains" but also covers her previous works which is nice. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Alysia Hagert