Morgan Fisher

Films

Standard Gauge

Related Links

Artist’s Website

Film-Makers’ Cooperative

Archival Collections

Museum of Modern Art

FISHER, MORGAN

Artist file : miscellaneous uncataloged material.

1 folder.

Smithsonian Institute, Archives of American Art

Foundation for Art Resources (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Foundation for Art Resources records, 1979-1983.

0.4 linear ft.

Smithsonian Institute, Archives of American Art

Los Angeles Independent Film Oasis, est. 1975 – 1981

1.1 linear ft.

Finding Aid: http://www.aaa.si.edu/collections/los-angeles-independent-film-oasis-records-6526

References

Andersen, Thom. “Pebbles Left on the Beach: The Films of Morgan Fisher.” Cinema Scope 38 (2009): 37–43. Print.
Fisher, Morgan. “The Last Shot in Detour and Some Earlier Moments.” Cinema Scope 38 (2009): 70–80. Print.
MacDonald, Scott. “Morgan Fisher: Film on Film.” Cinema Journal 28.2 (1989): 13–27. Print.
—. “Putting All Your Eggs in One Basket: a Survey of Single-shot Film.” Afterimage 16 (1989): 10–16. Print.
McBride, Jason. “Moonlight on the Field.” Cinema Scope 18 (2004): 52–55. Print.
“Montage of Voices.” Millennium Film Journal. Winter 1986 : 250-73. Print.
Recoder, Luis. “ON MORGAN FISHER’S LECTURE AT THE GUGGENHEIM.” Millennium Film Journal 42 (2004): 91–92. Print.
Simon, Roger. “At the Boundaries: ‘Standard Gauge,’ the Avant-Garde & Postmodernism.” Spectator: The University of Southern California Journal of Film & Television 9 (1988): 16–27. Print.
Supanick, Jim. “Rules of Engagement.” Film Comment 41.6 (2005): 42–44. Print.
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