Ernie Gehr

Films

Eureka

Serene Velocity

Side/Walk/Shuttle

Signal – Germany on the Air

Untitled: Part One, 1981

Related Links

Canyon Cinema

Wikipedia

References

Arthur, Paul. “COTTON CANDY (Motion Picture).” Film Comment 38.1 (2002): 74. Print.
—. “Desire for Allegory: The Whitney Biennials.” Motion Picture 2 (1987): 1. Print.
—. “Desire for Allegory: The Whitney Biennials.” Motion Picture 2 (1987): 1. Print.
Carroll, Noël. “Philosophizing Through the Moving Image: The Case of Serene Velocity.” Journal of Aesthetics & Art Criticism. Winter 2006 : 173-85. Print.
Carter, Peter. “ERNIE GEHR’S: COTTON CANDY.” Millennium Film Journal 39/40 (2003): 129–132. Print.
Friedman, Bernard. “The EFC Arrives: A National Coalition of Experimental Filmmakers.” Millennium Film Journal 14/15 (1984): 178–180. Print.
Gunning, Tom. “Signaling Through the Flames: Ernie Gehr’s Signal—Germany on the Air.” Millennium Film Journal 16-18 (1986): 169–173. Print.
—. “The Critique of Seeing with One’s Own Eyes: Ernie Gehr’s Untitled (1976).” Millennium Film Journal 12 (1982): 134–136. Print.
Hoberman, J. “Carnal Knowledge.” Village Voice. 30 Apr. 2002 : 119. Print.
—. “Ernie Gehr’s Geography.” Millennium Film Journal 3 (1979): 113–114. Print.
—. “The Heights.” Village Voice. 13 Oct. 1992 : 57. Print.
Holden, Stephen. “Reviews/film Festival: Taking Liberties with the World.” New York Times. 5 Oct. 1992 : CC14. Print.
MacDonald, Scott. “Ernie Gehr.” Film Quarterly 43 (1990): 10–16. Print.
Perez, Gilberto. “Film in Review.” Yale Review 87.4 (1999): 173. Print.
Picard, Andréa. “THE VIENNALE’S INCENDIARY FRAMES.” Cinema Scope 25 (2006): 63–66. Print.
Pipolo, Tony. “Ernie Gehr: For Daniel.” Millennium Film Journal 34 (1999): 92–94. Print.
—. “Ernie Gehr: ‘For Daniel.’” Millennium Film Journal (1999): 92–94. Print.
—. “Report on the 13th Annual Views from the Avant-Garde.” Millennium Film Journal 53 (2010): 15–20. Print.



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