For Kinoscope, I asked Camilo Restrepo a dozen questions about his exciting, growing body of work.
For The Village Voice, I wrote about “LGBTQ Brazil,” a series programmed by Ela Bittencourt at the Museum of the Moving Image.
For Vague Visages, I wrote about “Putin’s Russia: A 21st Century Mosaic,” a program that Eric Hynes and Daniel Witkin organized at the Museum of the Moving Image.
For MUBI Notebook, I reviewed Jake Meginsky and Neil Young’s Milford Graves: Full Mantis (2018), a portrait on the free-jazz icon.
For Hyperallergic, I reviewed Michael Schindhelm’s The Chinese Lives of Uli Sigg (2016), a documentary on the Swiss art collector.
For Hyperallergic, I reviewed the Museum of the City of New York’s exhibition dedicated to Stanley Kubrick’s photography: “Through a Different Lens.”
For Vague Visages, I reviewed Aaron Schimberg’s Chained for Life (2018).
For Kinoscope, I interviewed Brigitta Wagner about her debut feature, Rosehill (2015), and making it in Indiana.
For Vague Visages, I reviewed Jim McKay’s En el Séptimo Día (2017), his first film in 13 years.
For Vague Visages, I reviewed Ari Aster’s Hereditary (2018).