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Orlando - from literature to film by Lawrence Parmenter ,

Translating the novel to the screen. What is lost? What is gained? Singular author vs creation by committee?

Intertextuality in Orlando by Emily Spyt,

Potter says that ‘ in order to keep faith with Virginia Woolf’s use of real time ending the novel, the film had to end when it was completed-1992.’ Potter does this successfully as not only does she take on this idea the ending is not formed until everything else is shot. Although the film ending and the novel endings are different Potter loyally attempts to ‘think myself in Virginia Woolf’s consciousness’ and create a appropriate ending that Woolf herself might have written if she had lived until 1992.

Orlando by Tasha Loch,

Exploring the intertextual nature of Sally Potter's film, Orlando

Description 1x A4 Black card, 10x A4 Double side printed text and image document, Paper, Cannes Prospectus
Asset ID SPA0000320
Date 1991