From Screen Daily: Responding to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Bleecker Street has partnered wit
Posted 7th Apr in NEWS
Watch highlights from the Berlinale Press Conference for THE ROADS NOT TAKEN, featuring Sally Potter
Posted 11th Mar in NEWS
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/1...From The NY Times:LONDON — The party in “The Party” doesn
Posted 12th Oct in NEWS
Available to read on The Financial Times.
Posted 10th Oct in NEWS
From The Guardian:The resolutely independent British film-maker is back with the most broadly entert
Posted 8th Oct in NEWS
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Posted 12th May in NEWS
From The Guardian: The jury – headed by director Paul Verhoeven and including Maggie Gyllenhaal an
Posted 19th Feb in NEWS
Variety has been given exclusive access to the first clip from Sally Potter’s “The Par
Posted 2nd Feb in NEWS
From Variety: Patricia Clarkson, Bruno Ganz, Kristin Scott Thomas, Emily Mortimer, Cillian Murp
Posted 15th Jun in NEWS
UK director Sally Potter has announced two new feature projects Molly and The Party born o
Posted 16th Oct in NEWS
I’m a second year film student at QMUL and as part of a module I take called ‘Film, Literature and Adaptation’ we are studying Sally Potter’s adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s Orlando. The focus of study was on the way Potter as a filmmaker approached the task of transferring Woolf’s literary text to the screen, and what it could be argued was lost or gained in this transfer. We were asked to think about the intertextual nature of the film, and to construct a pathway on SP-ARK that reflects that idea.
Posted 23rd Apr in SP-ARK Blog
Here at Adventure Pictures there have been a lot of new beginnings – a new website, a new film (underway) and a new and improved SP-ARK. As we focus on the future developments of SP-ARK it is important to look back at where it began. I have copied below a blog post the talented writer, poet and all round person extraordinaire Sophie Mayer wrote in her role as Education Consultant on SP-ARK starting back in 2006...
Posted 2nd Apr in SP-ARK Blog
Given that the balance of characters in RAGE is a mix of the visible, familiar faces of a visible industry and – importantly -the less familiar, but equally necessary, hidden others who work in the background, I think it is time to redress the balance concerning the team who made this film...More...
Posted 26th Sep in Rage
There is an interesting new post on the forum from ‘EasyLife26’. The writer had seen the Reuters TV report from Berlin about RAGE and responded with “Naked Cinema?...I just don’t find it very interesting or justifiable that ‘only’ a million dollars was spent on this film. That doesn’t impress me...'More...
Posted 22nd Apr in Rage