“Sixty-two Films That Shaped the Art of Documentary Filmmaking,” Richard Brody,
The New Yorker, October 14, 2020

“False Optimism is as Destructive as Pessimism”: Travis Wilkerson on His Essay  Film About Racism, Family Legacy and the American South, Did You Wonder Who  Fired the Gun?.” Daniel Christian, Filmmaker Magazine, September 19, 2018

Review: ‘Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?’ Reckons With White Supremacy,” A.O. Scott, NY Times, February 28 2018


“New York Film Festival Is a Feast for True Believers,” Manohla Dargis, NY Times, September 27, 2017


”Travis Wilkerson on the Search for Art in Activism, ‘ Jonny Wrate, Kosovo Two Point Zero, August 12, 2017


“Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?, Locarno Review,” Allan Hunter, Screen Daily, 9 August, 2017

“Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun? and four more True/False 2017 highlights”, Jordan Cronk, Sight & Sound Magazine, March 23 2017

Three Genre-Expanding Documentaries About Racist Crimes of the Past”, Richard Brody, The New Yorker, March 8 2017

“True/False: Did you Wonder Who Fired the Gun?, A Family Race Inquiry That Challenges in Several Mediums,” Steven Zeitchik, Los Angeles Times, March 4, 2017


“What’s in a Name?” Amy Taubin, Artforum, February 9, 2017


“The Ten Best Films at Sundance 2017’ Bilge Ebiri, Village Voice, January 31, 2017


“Sundance: Haunted by Mudbound, A Ghost Story, and Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun? Bilge Ebiri, Village Voice,  January 25, 2017


“Left to His Own Devices,” Neil Young, Sight & Sound Magazine, December, 2015

“The Locarno International Film Festival,” Richard Porton, Cineaste Magazine, Winter 2015


Shelf Life: The Complete Jean Vigo, Travis Wilkerson’s An Injury to One,’” Akiva Gottlieb, The Nation, January 25, 2012


Scrutinizing Nature, Sorrow and Oneself With a Subjective Lens," Manohla Dargis, NY Times, October 2, 2013

“A Second Look: An Injury to One,’” Dennis Lim, Los Angeles Times, October 30, 201!

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