Selected Press

“Interview with Carlo Chartrian Artistic Director of the Locarno Film Festival” by Susan Kouguell, Indie Wire, 2014
“Families at Union Doces” by Rebecca Cleman, Screen Slate, May 11, 2014
“Dignity”, by Maximillan Le Cain, Experimental Conversations, Issue 12 (Autumn), October 30, 2013
10 Ways of Doing Time“, Sight Unseen Baltimore, Baltimore, MD, Jan, 2013
“2012 World Poll” by the Editors, Senses of Cinema, January 2013
Stamford: VHS the Exhibition” by Wendy Vogel, Pastelegram, Oct. 22, 2012
Bianconi, Giampaolo, Rhizome, July 5, 2012
“VHS @ MAD,” by Giampaolo Bianconi, July 5, 2012
Stamford gallery presses play on VHS exhibition” by Scott Gargen, Connecticut Post, Sept. 6, 2012
“The Shooting Parties” by Donal Foreman, Filmmaker Magazine (Summer), pp. 80-83, July 2012
Ghosts in the Machine” by Rebecca Cleman, Moving Image Source, July 11, 2012
Dreamful Slumbers: James Fotopoulos at Microscope” by Tom McCormack, Experimental Conversations,  2012
James Fotopoulos’ Migrating Forms” by Mike Everleth, Underground Film Journal, May 4, 2012
“Snow & Fotopolous” by Joel Schlemowitz, Cine Soiree, January 2012
What’s Showing Today? (Jan 23)”, by Jon Dieringer, ScreenSlate, 2012
Films Born Out of Drawing”, by Katarina Hybenova, Hyperallergic, Jan. 19, 2012
Anthology Film Archives: James Fotopoulos New Films & More” by Mike Everleth, Underground Film Journal, 2011
Recurring Dream” by Amy Taubin, Artforum, May 6, 2011
Cinemad: James Fotopoulos”, Interview by Cinemad, 2011
James Fotopoulos: New Films and More”, by Mike Everleth, Bad Lit, 2011
“Lunchtime” by Lyra Kilstop, Modern Painters. May 2009
Exile Cinema: Filmmakers Working Beyond Hollywood”, by Ed Halter, 2008
“Form and Function” by Michael Wang, Artforum, April 10, 2008
“Independent Filmmaker Keeps Impressing Critics” (Interview) Paul Papadeas, The National Herald, 2007
“The wild, wild west at Cinevegas” by Robert Kohler, Variety, June 11, 2006
“Richard Nixon” by Holly Willis, Creative Capital Foundation, 2005
Reviving slice of avant-garde“, by Paul Cullum, New York Times, 2005
“Critics Choice: Esophagus” by Fred Camper, Chicago Reader,  sec 2, 9, April 2005
“Samuel Beckett Is Ready for His Close-Up” by Paul Cullum, The New York Times, sec 2, 15, December 24, 2006
Halter, Ed. “Out of Nowhere: An Interview with James Fotopoulos About The Lime Book.” The Lime Book. New York, NY/St. Louis, MO: Phosphorous Recordings/Neshui Publishing, 481-487.
Marasa, Paul J. “Godot Arrives.” Your Humble Viewer. (16 Dec). Online. Internet.
New York Times Video Library. “Clip from James Fotopoulos’s Film.” The New York Times. (Dec). Online. Internet.
James Fotopoulos: An Interview“, by Brian Frye, OtherCinema
“The Last Seductions.” (retrospective review Back Against the Wall, Migrating Forms, Christabel)” by Jim Hoberman, The Village Voice,2002
Horror, Violence, Sociopathic Loners: The Films of James Fotopoulos Play Downtown“, by Ed Halter, NY Press, 2000


Selected Publications & Exhibition Catalogs

“VHS: The Exhibition Zine”, Stamford, Connecticut, Franklin Street Works Press, Catalog
Hall, Phil. The History of Independent Cinema. Albany, Georgia: BearManor Media. 197, 2009
Weiner, Robert G., Dr. Mikita Brottman and John Cline. Cinema Inferno: Celluloid Explosions from the Cultural Margins. Lanham, Maryland:Scarecrow Press. 356, 2010
Halter, Ed. “James Fotopoulos.” Exile Cinema: Filmmakers at Work Beyond Hollywood. Ed. Michael Atkinson. New York: SUNY Series, Horizons of Cinema. 145-150
Durozoi, Gérard. Samuel Beckett : irremplaçable. Paris: Hermann Éditeurs. 173, 2006
Momenta 2005-2006. Catalog. Momenta Art. Brooklyn, NY. p32-25.
Koziarski, Ed M. “Avant garde filmmaker Fotopoulos steps into commercial realm with $2 million thriller” by Ed M. Koziarski, Reel Chicago, February 27, 2006
Biernickx, Cis and Etieene va de Bergh. Contour 2005. Catalog. Contour Bienniale of Videoart. 155, 161, 166, 167, 90-101, 2005
Huldisch, Henriette and Chrissie Iles. Whitney Biennial. Catalog. Whitney Museum of American Art. 64, 177, 2004
Randall, Bill. “The Way We Were: Dousei Jidai.” The Comics Journal #296. Seattle, WA: Fantagraphics Books, Inc. (Jan). 179.


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