The week's edition of The Criterion Shelf surveys the Criterion Channel's collection of films by women directors.
We talking to British filmmaking legend Sally Potter about her latest film Ginger & Rose, and her casting process, recreating the 1960s down the street from her own home, her thoughts on deep friendships, how young people are underestimated, and the question of what accessibility and placing a bit of oneself into a story actually entails.
Any new project by veteran filmmaker Sally Potter deserves attention. Any new film project which markets itself to mobile phones and the internet almost exclusively also demands attention. Put these two things together and you have Potter’s newest and most (at least technically) daring work to date. Rage is her new film set in the […]