“Gained in Translation: Site-specificity in recent documentaries,” Documenting the Arts, ed. Roger Hallas (Abingdon: Routledge, 2019).

“A Cinema of Touch: The Work of Betzy Bromberg,” Millennium Film Journal 67, Spring.

Cameraperson: The Embodied Lens,” Docalogue.com, July.

“Tribute: Sensuous Ethnography,” Sight & Sound, Dec.

“How They Did It: Bringing an Art-House Indie to Rural Audiences in a Montana Screening Tour,” MovieMaker Magazine, 15 Sept.

“My Tribe: An Interview with Senga Nengudi,” In the Canyon, Revise the Canon, ed. Géraldine Gourbe (Lescheraines: Shelter Press, 2015). With Elana Mann.

“Dispatch from the Rockies: The 9th Big Sky Documentary Film Festival,” Senses of Cinema, issue 63.

“American Dreams (lost and found)/Landscape Suicide,” DVD review, Sight & Sound, May.

“Rebel Forces: Restoring and revisiting the black independent film movement of Los Angeles,” Moving Image Source, 26 Oct.

“Divining spirits: Chick Strand,” Sight & Sound, 20 Oct.

“A Family Affair: The 15th Pusan International Film Festival,” Senses of Cinema, issue 57.

“Along for the Ride: Catching up with Thom Andersen,” Cinema Scope, issue 44, Fall, pp. 20-22.

“Phantoms of Liberty: Apichatpong Weerasethakul edited by James Quandt,” Senses of Cinema, issue 54.

“Machine Project: A Field Guide to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art,” Art Lies, no. 65, Spring, p. 91.

“Unfamiliar Ground,” Senses of Cinema, issue 50.

James Benning edited by Barbara Pichler and Claudia Slanar,” Senses of Cinema, issue 47.

“Céline et Julie vont en Bateau,” The DVD Stack, Eds. Nick Bradshaw and Tim Robey. 2nd edition. London: Canongate Books.<

“Salesman,” The DVD Stack, Eds. Nick Bradshaw and Tim Robey. 1st edition. London: Canongate Books.