Review of Picture Cycle by Masha Tupitsyn

C Magazine 148, March

Review of Genus Pan by Lav Diaz

Cinema Scope 85, January


"The Home and the World: Three Films by Ruchir Joshi"

Cinema Scope 84, October

Review of Zones de guerre by Jocelyne Saab

Prefix Photo 41, April


"​Silence Is Falling: The Experimental Films of Marinella Pirelli"

Cinema Scope 81, December


"Site and Sound: The Films of Ha Gil-jong"

The Brooklyn Rail, December


"6th Singapore Biennale Foregrounds Agency and Momentum"

Berlin Art Link, December

"'Together We’re Willing to Take Any Risk': The Films of Han Ok-hee and Kaidu Club"

Cinema Scope 80, September

"In Conversation with Ericka Beckman, on her Super-8 Trilogy"

Another Gaze 03, August

"Turning the Andes Into a Metaphor for Chile’s History of Political Oppression." Review of Patricio Guzmán's The Cordillera of Dreams.

Hyperallergic, July

Review of Atlantique by Mati Diop

Cinema Scope 79, June

Review of Admirer by Pilvi Takala

C Magazine, June

"An Architecture of Desire: The Films of Sandra Davis"

Canyon Cinema, June

"Outer Worlds"

Canadian Art, May


”The Drift Back: Margaret Tait at 100”

The Brooklyn Rail, April 


”Anchors Aweigh: Zhu Shengze’s Present.Perfect.

Cinema Scope 78, April

Review of Code and Clay, Data and Dirt: Five Thousand Years of Urban Media by Shannon Mattern

PUBLIC Journal 58, March

Review of Selected Works Vol. 1: Jesus with One Leg by Jun Kurosawa desistfilm, March

Helga Fanderl Studio Visit

Berlin Art Link, February

"Where Does Homeland Begin? Close-Up on Sergei Loznitsa's Victory Day"

MUBI Notebook, February



Review of Gwaai Edenshaw and Helen Haig-Brown's Edge of the Knife

Cinema Scope 77, December

Review of "Agnes Martin: The mind knows what the eye has not seen” exhibition

Canadian Art, December

"Keep the Faith: Jeremy Shaw's Quantification Trilogy"
Cinema Scope 76, September

"Nagisa Oshima’s True-Crime Tales"

The Review (TIFF), July

Review of Wang Bing's Dead Souls

Cinema Scope 75, September

"'The Most Naked Fix': Stan Brakhage's Pittsburgh Trilogy

The Review (TIFF), May

"An Island Within an Island" - Interview with Esery Mondesir

Contemporary & - América Latina, May

"Root Down: Yto Barrada’s Tree Identification for Beginners"

Cinema Scope 74, March

"'Where Are the Men I Can Imagine on a Horse?': Valeska Grisebach on Western"

Filmmaker, March

Interview with Pedro Pinho

The Brooklyn Rail, March


"The Ties that Bind: On Recent Work by Laura Huertas Millán"

Cinema Scope 73, December 

"'Who talks of realism here?': Seijun Suzuki’s Taisho Trilogy"

MUBI Notebook, December


"Elder Wisdom" - Interview with R. Bruce Elder

The Review (TIFF), September

Eder Wisdom

"Ephraim Asili's Immeasurable Equations"
Cinema Scope 72, September 

"Civic Duty: Close-Up on James N. Kienitz Wilkins' Public Hearing"

MUBI Notebook, July

"A Passage Through: Filipa César’s Spell Reel

Cinema Scope 71, June

Review of Emanuel Licha : Et maintenant regardez cette machine catalogue

Prefix Photo v.35, May 

"Running Freely with Scissors: An Interview with Richard Kerr"

MUBI Notebook, April

"The Land of Sound, the Land of Images: On Recent Works by Sky Hopinka" Cinema Scope 70, March


Every Day We're Hustling Podcast, September-October

Segments on Clairmont the Second, Ralitsa Doncheva, Aleem Khan, Heather Smith, Krista Belle Stewart, Jess Taylor

"Images of the World: At the Harun Farocki Institut"

The Brooklyn Rail, July


Review of Justin Remes' Motion(less) Pictures: The Cinema of Stasis

Prefix Photo v.32, November


”High and Low: Sakura Ando’s Restraint”

The Brooklyn Rail, September


Review of Review of Iván Villarmea Álvarez's Documenting Cityscapes: Urban Change in Contemporary Non-Fiction Film.

Spacing Magazine, Summer


“’Our Lexicon of Dark Corners to Light Up is Always Expanding’: An Interview with The Iris Film Collective”

Luma Quarterly, August


“Turf Wars: The 2015 Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival”

The Brooklyn Rail, June


“Real Reels: Documentary Detours series offers expanded look at non-fiction filmmaking”

FFWD Weekly, February


"Keeping it 100: Film, art and music converge once again in Calgary's long-running $100 Film Festival."

FFWD Weekly, February