Nathaniel Dorsky

Films

Alaya

Variations

Related Links

Canyon Cinema

Wikipedia

References

ARMOUR, NICOLE. “Being There.” Film Comment 46.6 (2010): 62–63. Print.
Arthur, Paul. “The Avant-garde in  ’98.” Film Comment 35.1 (1999): 39. Print.
Davis, Lisa Selin. “Like a Prayer.” Independent (15575799) 27.5 (2004): 40–43. Print.
Dorsky, Nathaniel. “On Devotional Cinema.” Vertigo . Oct. 2007 : 72. Print.
Eisner, Ken. “Night Waltz: The Music of Paul Bowles.” Variety Movie Reviews 198 (1999): 1. Print.
Gehman, Chris. “Medieval Reanimator.” Cinema Scope. Winter 2001 : 95. Print.
Goldberg, Marx. “The Inmost Leaf.” Cinema Scope. Spring 2011 : 6-11. Print.
Hoberman, J. “Love and Anarchy.” Village Voice 45 (2000): 137. Print.
Jones, Kristin M. “Closing the American Century: The Avant-garde in  ’99.” Film Comment 36.1 (2000): 28. Print.
—. “NYFF: Views from the Avant-Garde.” Film Comment 36.6 (2000): 72. Print.
Kleinhans, Chuck. “Pneuma‘; ’17 Reasons Why‘; ’Alaya.” Afterimage 15 (1988): 21. Print.
MacDonald, Scott. “Nathaniel Dorsky and Larry Jordan on Stan Brakhage, Maya Deren, Joseph Cornell, and Bruce Conner.” Quarterly Review of Film & Video Jan. 2007 : 1–10. Print.
—. “Sacred Speed.” Film Quarterly. Summer 2001 : 2-11. Print.
Markgraf, Sarah, and Gregg Biermann. “Nathaniel Dorsky’s Variations and Theme.” Millennium Film Journal (2000): 108–113. Print.
Nicole Armour. “Private Investigations.” Film Comment 37.6 (2001): 71. Print.
Rotenberg, Tina. “LOVE’S REFRAIN-LOVE’S TRI-FRAIN.” Millennium Film Journal 38 (2002): 75–78. Print.
Sitney, P. Adams. “Tone Poems.” Artforum International 46.3 (2007): 340–400. Print.
Smith-Rowney, Daniel. “Devotional Cinema.” Film International (16516826) 2.11 (2004): 53–54. Print.



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