Director Sally Potter’s latest film, Ginger & Rosa, is a coming-of-age drama set in early 1960s London.
The film’s stars and director were in London to chat about their film at its BFI London Film Festival premiere. Check out the videos to find out what they said…
Elle Fanning chats about doing an English accent, comparing British accents with her sister Dakota (Now Is Good), and learning about the 60s:
Alice Englert chats about doing an English accent, what she loves about the 60s, and wearing 60s clothes:
Writer-director Sally Potter talks about setting her film in the early 60s, her memories of that period, what Elle Fanning brings to her role, and making her work more accessible:
The 56th BFI London Film Festival runs from 10 to 21 October 2012. Click here for more details.