Jennifer Reeves


We Saw the Light: Conversations between the New American Cinema and Poetry by Daniel Kane

Zelluloid: Cameraless Film Edited by Max Hollein, Esther Schlicht. Text by E. Schlicht, Yann Beauvais, Marc Glöde, Heide Häusler

A Critical Cinema 5: Interviews with Independent Filmmakers By Scott MacDonald

The Animation Bible: A Practical Guide to the Art of Animating from Flipbooks to Flash By Maureen Furniss


Oakley, Anderson-Moore, "Exclusive Interview: Head of Projection at Sundace on the year 35mm died", ("Color Neutral" the only film projecting from a 16mm print at Sundance 2015) Jan 24, 2015   link

Avery Hudson, “When it was Blue – A 16mm Masterpiece” Ground Report, Feb 27, 2009   link

Michael Sicinski, “When it was Blue” Cinema Scope, 2008   link

Nicole Armour, “Labors of Love: The search for kind hearts and true (When it was Blue review) Film Comment, Nov – Dec 2008   pdf

Ed Halter, “Outward Bound,”, Oct. 27, 2008   link

Chris Stults, “Field Reports Toronto Film Festival #7: When it was Blue” Wexner Center for the Arts blog, Sept. 12, 2008   link

Robert Shuster, “Jennifer Reeves at the Drawing Center: Paint It Wack- The experimental filmmaker offers a ride through an anxious brain,” The Village Voice, July 16, 2008.   pdf

Bérénice Reynaud, "From One Red Balloon to the Next, The 2007 AFI Fest,", March. 2008   link

Max Goldberg, "Desperately seeking cinema: On the many looking glasses of Jennifer Reeves" The San Francisco Bay Guardian, March 12-18,2008   pdf

Ioannis Mookas, "Windows on the World", Gay City News, Oct, 26, 2005   pdf

Ed Halter, "The Insider: Facing Homeland Insecurity in a Blue State," Village Voice, Oct 18th, 2005   link

Amy Taubin, “Some Women,” Film Comment, Art & Industry column, 2004   pdf

Eddie Cockrell, “The Time We Killed,” Variety, April 19-25, 2004   pdf

Dennis Lim, "Jump Cuts, New York Independents in Berlin," Village Voice, 2004   link

Mark Peranson, "Memories Are Made of This" Cinema Scope, 2004   pdf

Stan Brakhage, “The Film Comment ‘90s Poll: Who Mattered?” Stan Brakhage’s list of most inspiring filmmakers from the ‘90s, Film Comment, January/February 2000   pdf


Jennifer Reeves, featured artist at National Gallery of Art introduces her film The Time We Killed (2004) Podcast, May 30, 2015   link

“Jennifer Reeves at Cinematheque Ontario, Fall 2004” Discussion with Susan Oxtoby, Millennium Film Journal, Fall 2008   link

"First-person for all: Jenni Olson and Jennifer Reeves rap about radically honest filmmaking," The San Francisco Bay Guardian, Sept. 14 – Sept. 20, 2005 Vol. 39, No. 50   link

“A New Downtown Film Series,” WNYC Radio, Leonard Lopate interview with Joan Allen and Jennifer Reeves, August 2005   link

Brent Kite, “Homeland Insecurity, Jennifer Reeves on The Time We Killed,” Cinema Scope, Fall 2004, Issue 20   pdf

“Reel New York: Jennifer Reeves on The Girl's Nervy” Channel 13, WNET online, 1998   link

By Reeves

“The Decade in Review” Jennifer Reeves, Cinema Scope, Issue 42, Spring 2010   link

“Argument for the Immediate Sensuous: Notes on Brakhage’s Stately Mansions Did Decree and Coupling” Jennifer Reeves, Chicago Review, 47:4 Winter 2001, 48:1 Spring 2002.   pdf



NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL 2011, Views from the Avant-Garde
Landfill 16 world premiere

Jennifer Reeves Retrospective

BERLINALE 2009, Forum section
Live performance of When it was Blue with Skuli Sverrisson
European premiere

Light Work Mood Disorder and He Walked Away
An Evening with Jennifer Reeves