Sally Mann: Collodion and the Angel of Uncertainty

Made in conjunction with the exhibition Sally Mann: A Thousand Crossings, this nine-minute documentary explores Mann's use of collodion wet plate negatives, a process used by many Civil War photographers. But unlike her predecessors, who worked hard to create perfect negatives, Mann readily embraced the flaws-such as specks of dust or pools of chemicals. These very imperfections, Mann explains, enable her to capture a sense of the South, where "the very air is redolent with the spirits of the past." Produced by the department of exhibition programs. Made possible by the HRH Foundation.

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Carroll Moore, David Hammer
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Comments about documentary «Sally Mann: Collodion and the Angel of Uncertainty» (23)

Johnny Hernandez avatar
Johnny Hernandez

Really good action movie! Great story. Just watch it.

Sean avatar

I personally loved the movie, I'm not a trekkie, far from to be honest, but this one was great!

Sarah avatar

Excellent movie. It made my day after being bedbound recovering from a cold.

Sarah S. avatar
Sarah S.

Absolute masterclass in sound editing, not to mention the campy script, brilliant acting, soundtrack, and set design!

Michael Smith avatar
Michael Smith

If you haven't seen this movie, go and rent it now. You will not be disappointed.

Eric Reed avatar
Eric Reed

There are so many things I'd like to say about this film - I could write a dissertation!

Olivia V. avatar
Olivia V.

Incredible movie you can watch again and again!

Jane G. avatar
Jane G.

Amazing movie and I can't wait to see what the sequel(s) will provide for us.