Read Grahame Weinbren’s European Media Art Festival (EMAF) 2022 online review. This is a continuation of a printed review in MFJ 76 “Worlds”.
Read Paul Arthur’s journey with Bruce Baillie’s 1995 video portrait “Commute.” This article was published in MFJ No. 29 “Video Installation.”
Read Carmine Grimaldi’s in-depth review of Jordan Lord’s 2021 documentary “Shared Resources.” This article was published in MFJ No. 75 “Boundaries.”
Vincent Warne traces the continuity from the Lumières’ Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat (1896) to Jacques Perconte’s Après le feu (2010).
Mike Hoolboom reviews Canadian filmmaker Carl Brown’s early work, which he claims is part of the “invisible cinema scene.”
MoMA introduces a new film series featuring Millennium Film Workshop filmmakers. Get the full details for the first two events happening this February.
Our editors have curated a special selection of events for MFJ readers we believe are a must-see this winter season 2021/2022!
Andrew Gurian reviews Shirley Clarke and The TP Videospace Troupe. Clarke’s workshops were live and evanescent events; what remains are fragments.
Andrzej Jachimczyk invites you to go visit Lucy Raven’s exhibition at Dia Chelsea, open until December 30, 2021.
Grahame Weinbren explores the e-flux “Artist Cinemas” series: 4 sets of 6 films, each set programmed by a practicing filmmaker.
In response to the recently announced San Francisco Museum of Modern Art program and position cuts, particularly the elimination of the Artists Gallery, Film, and online arts publication Open Space.