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|Named Person:||Sally Mann; Sally Mann; Sally Mann|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Steven Cantor; Peter Spirer; Sally Mann; HBO/Cinemax Documentary Films.; British Broadcasting Corporation.; Cactus Three (Firm); Stick Figure Productions.; Zeitgeist Films.
|Language Note:||In English ; subtitled for the deaf and hard-of-hearing.|
|Notes:||16:9 anamorphic aspect ratio.
Originally produced as a motion picture in 2006.
Container insert includes Q&A featuring director Steven Cantor and Sally Mann, transcribed from screening event held at Sundance Film Festival in 2006.
Special features: Deleted scenes (15 min.); "Photojournalism conference excerpts" from Mann's appearance at the Nyborg photojournalism conference (7 min.); selected photos from Mann's series "Deep south", "Immediate family", and "What remains".
|Credits:||Director of photography, Paul Dokuchitz ; edited by Pax Wassermann ; original music, Billy CoteÌ, Mary Lorson.|
|Target Audience:||Not rated.|
|Description:||1 videodisc (80 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Blood ties / Stick Figure Productions presents ; produced and directed by Steven Cantor ; co-director, photographer, Peter Spirer ; edited by Steven Cantor (1993, 30 min.).|
|Other Titles:||Deep south.
|Responsibility:||HBO/Cinemax Documentary Films in association with BBC & Cactus Three presents ; a Stick Figure Production ; directed by Steven Cantor ; produced by Steven Cantor, Daniel Laikind, Pax Wassermann ; producer, Mandy Stein.|
What remains: Depicts Mann's latest work, a photo series revolving around various aspects of death and decay. As with her earlier series, this new effort features imagery taken directly from Mann's own life, mixing the traditional boundaries between art and photojournalism- amplified by the heavily biographical content of the documentary, as Mann and those around her detail her life, past and present, giving insight to the genesis of her chosen theme.
Blood ties: Presents the work of photographer Sally Mann and the controversy surrounding some of her photos. Sally Mann explains her artistic vision. Includes interviews with her family members, art critics, psychologists and those who would have her work censored.