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What Remains: The Life and Work of Sally Mann

What Remains: The Life and Work of Sally Mann
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Directed by Steven Cantor
Produced by Steven Cantor
Daniel Laikind
Pax Wassermann
Mandy Stein
Suzanne Georges
Starring Sally Mann
Music by Billy Coté
Mary Lorson
Cinematography Paul Dokuchitz
Editing by Pax Wassermann
Sari Gilman
Studio Stick Figure Productions
Distributed by HBO Documentary Films
Release date(s)
(DVD released in 2006)
Running time 80 minutes
Country United States
Language English[1]

What Remains: The Life and Work of Sally Mann is a 2005 film directed and produced by Steven Cantor,[2] which documents the photography and story of photographer Sally Mann at her Virginia farm home. The movie documents the photographer's progression from a child to a mother, and the struggles Mann faces through her public and private life.[3]

The movie garnered quite favorable reviews from publications such as The New York Times.[3]


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