Naked Cinema

Diary Sally Potter

Audiences enter the word of a film through its complex surfaces and structures, whether they are elaborate or minimal, realistic or fantastic. But invariably it is the human in the frame who guides us through the labyrinth of feeling and visual information; it is because of him or her we  [...]

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Issue 24

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24

Spring 2016

Author

Sally Potter has written and directed numerous films, including The Gold Diggers, Orlando, The Tango Lesson, Yes, and Ginger & Rosa. She lives in England, where she was made an OBE in 2012 for her services to cinema.

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