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2005 (USA) See more »
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A look at the creative process of celebrated photographer Sally Mann. | Add synopsis »
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1 win & 2 nominations See more »
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Excellent true portrait of a great American artist See more (4 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Sally Mann ... Herself
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Karen Bailey ... Herself - friend
Richard Jantz ... Himself - forensic anthropologist (as Dr. Richard Jantz)
Emmett Mann ... Himself
Jessie Mann ... Herself
Larry Mann ... Himself
Virginia Mann ... Herself
Hunter Mohring ... Herself - friend
Elizabeth Munger ... Herself - Sally's mother

Directed by
Steven Cantor 
 
Produced by
Nancy Abraham .... supervising producer
Steven Cantor .... producer
Terry Clark .... line producer
Nick Fraser .... executive producer: BBC
Suzanne Georges .... executive producer
Julie Goldman .... executive producer
Krysanne Katsoolis .... co-executive producer
John Krasno .... supervising producer
Daniel Laikind .... producer
Owen Levin .... line producer
Mark Mori .... consulting producer
Sheila Nevins .... executive producer
Mandy Stein .... producer
Caroline Stevens .... co-executive producer
Pax Wassermann .... producer
 
Original Music by
Billy Cote 
Mary Lorson 
Janet Billig Rich 
 
Cinematography by
Paul Dokuchitz (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Sari Gilman (co-editor)
Pax Wassermann 
 
Production Management
Janis J.H. Auster .... production manager
 
Sound Department
Dwight Brown .... sound recordist
Bob Bryan .... sound recordist
Neil Cedar .... sound editor
Joe Dupuis .... sound recordist
Eli Flugelman .... sound recordist
Ken Hahn .... re-recording mixer
Jonathan Jackson .... sound recordist
Steve Kashuk .... sound recordist
Claudio Musajo .... sound recordist
Glen Piegari .... sound recordist
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Steven Cantor .... additional camera
Max Fisher .... assistant camera
John Gunner .... additional camera
Scott Inge .... first assistant camera
Peter Spirer .... additional camera
Bruce Young .... additional camera
 
Editorial Department
Mat Lynch .... on-line editor
Rocco Melia .... colorist
Matt Sarno .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Patrick Burke .... musician: acoustic guitar (as Pat Burke)
Billy Cote .... musician: guitars
Rick Hansen .... musician: accordian
Mary Lorson .... singer
Joe Myer .... musician: violin
Janet Billig Rich .... music supervisor
Hank Roberts .... musician: cello
Matt Saccuccimorano .... musician: drums
Richie Stearns .... musician: banjo
 
Other crew
Roger Arar .... legal services
Deoorah Barak .... production assistant
Charlotte Kim Fields .... production coordinator
Jeremy Ledbetter .... photo scanning
Ashley Lefrak .... photo scanning
Keira Marcus .... production accountant (as Keira March)
Margaret McCombs .... production coordinator
Ryan McFaul .... title designer
Lauren Veloski .... production associate
Mariano Weinstein .... logger
 
Thanks
Karen Bailey .... special thanks
Hassan Beyah .... special thanks
Sashy Bogdanovich .... special thanks
Jamie Curtis .... special thanks
Dawn Dipasquale .... special thanks
Jenni Holder .... special thanks
Edwynn Houk .... special thanks
Richard Jantz .... special thanks
Hunter Mohring .... special thanks
Elizabeth Munger .... special thanks
Robert Munger .... special thanks
Martin Senn .... special thanks
Crosby Turner .... special thanks
 

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2 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Excellent true portrait of a great American artist, 19 February 2013
Author: farron34 from United States

Known for her use of a large format camera, each shot taken must be very deliberate. In a digital snapshot world, it's always nice to be reminded how the art was originally conceived - and the necessity of proper planning.

I think this may be one of the most honest documentaries made about an artist I've seen. It so tenderly shows her vulnerabilities as an artist, dealing with frustration, lost confidence and rejection in such a delicate and real way, one can't help but be affected by it. It also raises questions about how we, as a culture, view art (photography in particular). Can art only be considered "good" and properly appreciated if it hangs on the walls of the most prestigious museum or gallery?

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