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My 50 Favorite Films of the 21st Century so far (including some second thoughts in 2016): a sequel of sorts,” Jonathan Rosenbaum, Jonathanrosenbaum.net, April 21 2021

“Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?” Goings on About Town, Richard Brody, The New Yorker, April 2021

“50 movies that address the history of racism in America,” Elon Neal, Stacker, January 23 2021

Collective Matters in the Contemporary American Personal Documentary: Meditations on Racism, Whiteness and Masculinities,” Gabriel Kitofi Tonelo, Quarterly Review of Film and Video, December 21 2020

“IDA Staff Picks: Documentaries of the Decade,” IDA Staff, International Documentary Association, documentary,org, December 15, 2020

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

“The 16 best movies about America from the past 10 years,” Jeva Lange, The Week, July 4, 2020

“Archeology of the Present,” Roger Koza, Con Los Ojos Abiertos, June 24, 2020

“Five Doccies That Help Us Understand America’s History Of Racism,” Carrie, 2 Oceans Vibe (Cape Town), June 18, 2020

 “15 Films and Documentaries to Educate Yourself About Racism and Black Oppression,” Roberto Johnson, Medium, June 5, 2020

“Fight the Power: 18 Docs to Help Explain Today’s Unrest,” David Fear & Tim Grierson & Maria Fontoura, Rolling Stone, June 4, 2020

“11 movies that confront American racism,” Alissa Wilkinson, Vox, June 2, 2020

“The Cold Disguise of Heimat Is a Space in Time,” Daniel Christianson, Paste Magazine, May 14, 2020

“What to Stream: Forty-Six Films from OVID.tv, Crackle, and IFC Films Unlimited,” Richard Brody, The New Yorker, April 28, 2020

 “From Soviet-Era War Films to Indie Gems from China, Our Latest Streaming Recommendations,” Dan Schindel, Hyperallergic, April 9, 2020

“Lucid Dreaming: Conversations With 29 Filmmakers,” Cohn, Pamela, 2020, New York, OR Books

 “10 Great ‘Small’ Movies You Might Have Missed in the 2010s,” Dave White, The Wrap, December 11, 2019

 “The Twenty-Seven Best Movies of the Decade,” Richard Brody, The New Yorker, November 26, 2019

“The 30 Best Movies of the 2010s: K. Austin Collins’s List,”  K. Austin Collins, Vanity Fair, November 26, 2019

 “Travis Wilkerson: hacia una arqueología de la violencia,”  Mariana Martínez Bonilla,  Núm. 10 (2019): El Ornitorrinco Tachado. Revista de Artes Visuales noviembre 2019-abril 2020

“Travis Wilkerson Travis Wilkerson: Le Temps De L’offensé,”  Nathan Letoré, Debordements, October 12, 2019

“New to Streaming: ‘The Death of Dick Long,’ ‘Mister America,’ ‘The Art of Self- Defense,’ and More,” Jordon Raup, The Film Stage, October 11, 2019

“Film Destroy: Interrogar la imagen,” Iliana Pichardo, Bunuelos, September 30,    2019

“La inyección de una idea en el mundo: Entrevista a Travis Wilkerson,” Rodrigo   Garay Ysita, Correspondencias CIne, September 26, 2019

“Conheça o cinema incendiário de Travis Wilkerson. Mas é preciso estômago,”  Débora Garcia, Medium, September 2, 2019

“Movie Pick: Did You Wonder Who Fired The Gun?,” Nathaniel Bell, LAWeekly,   July 22, 2019

“Inside the Multi-Generational Injustices of White Supremacy,” Abe Ahn,   Hyperallergic, July 17, 2019

“Los amantes apocalípticos vuelven al futuro,” Iván Zgaib, La Nueva Mañana,     March 23, 2019

“What to Stream This Weekend: Highlights from the New Streaming Service OVID.tv,” Richard Brody, The New Yorker, March 22, 2019

“Retrospective brings director Travis Wilkerson back to Montana,” Peter Friesen, The Missoulian, February 22, 2019

“The Very Best Things To Do In NYC This Week,”Oriana Leckert, Gothamist,  January 28, 2019

“What the Palm Springs Film Festival Tells Us About the State of Cinema,”  Robert Koehlar, Film Journey, January 22, 2019

“The Dismaying 2019 Oscar Nominations—and Who Should Have Made the List,” Richard Brody, The New Yorker, January 22, 2019

“The Best Documentary of 2018 Resisted Easy Messages and Found Beauty in   the Everyday,” Bilge Ebiri, Slate, January 1, 2019

 “Global Discoveries on DVD: Some Blessings and Curses of Cinephilia,” Jonathan Rosenbaum, Cinema Scope, CS77

“The 20 Best Documentaries Of 2018,” Jessica Kiang, The Playlist,

December 28, 2018

“Desistfilm 2018 Film Round-Up: The Lists / Las Listas,” Desist Film, December 28, 2018

“Danielle White’s Top 10 Films of 2018,” Danielle White, The Austin Chronicle,

December 28, 2018

“Marshall Shaffer Says Don’t Forget: Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?,”  Marshall Shaffer, Crooked Marquee, December 26, 2018

“Las mejores peliculas de 2018,” Alonso Diaz de la Vega, La Opinion,

December 26, 2018

“La internacional cinefila 2018: Las mejores peliculas del ano,” Roger Kosa, Con los Ojos Abiertos, December 25, 2018   

 “The 30 Best Documentaries of 2018,” Christopher Campbell, Thrillist,

December 20, 2018

“The 50 Best Movies of 2018, Ranked – According to 232 Film Critics,” Zach Sharf, Indiewire, December 19, 2018

“En movimiento: Seeing Masterpieces Alone,” Jonathan Rosenbaum, JonathanRosenbaum.com, December 19, 2018

“The Top 10 Documentaries of 2018,” Bilge Ebiri, Vulture, December 18, 2018

“The Best Double Features of 2018,” The Film Stage, December 18, 2018

“The 10 Best Documentaries of 2018,” Noel Murray, The Verge, December 18,  2018

“The Best Films of 2018,” Daniel Nava, Chicago Cinema Circuit, December 18,  2018

 “Year in Review | Best Documentaries of 2019,” Matthew Lucas, From the Front Row, December 18, 2018

“Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun? ‘Zeg hun naam,’” Ronald Rovers, Film Krant, December 18, 2018

 “Ten Winners — & Five Losers — in Film,” Steve Erickson, Gay City News,

December 17, 2018

“Best of 2018: A Year in Film,” Dan Schindel, Hyperallergic, December 14, 2018

“The 25 Best Films of 2018,” Staff, Slant Magazine, December 14, 2018

“The Best Documentaries of 2018,” Matt Holzman, KCRW, December 13, 2018

 “The Best Documentaries of 2018,” The Film Stage, December 13, 2018

““Did you Wonder who fired the gun?” (Travis Wilkerson, 2017),” Gabriel Donelo, Medium,  December 11, 2018 

“How Movies Handled The Social Reckoning of 2018,” Abby Olcese, Film School Rejects,  December 7, 2018

“The Best Movies of 2018,” Richard Brody, The New Yorker,  December 5, 2018

“The Best Movies of 2018,” Manohla Dargis & AO Scott, The New York Times,

December 5, 2018

“The Best Movies of 2018.” Epeak World News, December 4, 2018

“Film ‘Pitaš li se ko je pucao‘: Porodična historija, crno-bijela,” Fatima Bilčević

, Oslobodenje, December 2, 2018

 “The best documentaries of 2018,” Keith Phipps, Polygon, November 9, 2018

“Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?,”  Ben Kenigsberg, New York Times, Watching, October 29, 2018

“Doc Buenos Aires 2018 (06): A Propósito Del Cine (Político) De Travis Wilkerson,”  Roger Kosa, Con Los Ojos Abiertos, October 16, 2018       

“Review – ‘Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?’ - 2018 ,”  Matthew Lucas, From the Front Row, October 7, 2018

“What’s New in Streaming: “Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?,” a Documentary About       Unredressed Injustice”: Travis Wilkerson on His Essay Film About Racism, Family Legacy and the American South,”  Richard Brody, The New Yorker,    September 22, 2018

“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

“Steady-stare surveillance, or the spatial turn in nonfiction films.” Michael Pattison, Sight & Sound, September 9, 2018

“New to Streaming: ‘Miami Vice,’ ‘Ryuichi Sakamoto: Coda,’ ‘Black Panther,’ and More),” The Film Stage, September 7, 2018

“My 50 Favorite Films of the 21st Century so far (including some second thoughts): a sequel of sorts),” Jonathan Rosenbaum, JonathanRosenbaum.com, August 22,   2018

 “5 Best Documentaries of 2018 (So Far),” Christopher Campbell, Thrillest

August 14, 2018

“Accelerated Underdevelopment: A Film in the Idiom of Santiago Alvarez (1999),” Joor Baruah  Medium, August 12, 2018

“5 Best Films of 2018 (So Far) by Filmspotting,” Podcast, Adam Kempenaar & Josh Larsen

July 27, 2018

“Travis Wilkerson comparte experiencia con cineastas mexicanos,.”AM Queratero,

July 4, 2018

“With 2018 Halfway Over, Here Are the Best Films of the Year So Far,” Bilge Ebiri,Village Voice, July 2, 2018

“The Best Films of 2018 So Far,” K. Austin Collins & Richard Lawson, Vanity Fair,

June 27, 2018

“Paul Schrader’s First Reformed Tops Awards Daily’s First Half Of The Year Critics Poll,” Jordon Ruimy, Awards Daily, June 25, 2018  

“The Best Films of 2018 So Far,” Slant Magazine, June 25, 2018    

“The Best Films of 2018 (So Far)),” The Film Stage, June 20, 2018  

“Você Já Se Perguntou Quem Atirou?, de Travis Wilkerson),” Wallace Andrioli, Revista Moviement, June 13, 2018

“O racismo nos EUA e a infância nas Filipinas são temas no festival,” Neusa  Barbosa Cineweb, June 12, 2018

“The Best Documentaries of 2018 (So Far),” Paste Movies Staff, Paste Magazine, June 6, 2018

“Review: Did You Wonder Who Fired The Gun? is Unflinching, Unsettling and Essential,” Steve Prokopy, Third Coast Review, April 27, 2018

“"Did You Wonder Who Fired The Gun?’” Danielle White, Austin Chronicle, April 20 2018

“"Did You Wonder Who Fired The Gun?" Is A Film About Threats -- Racial And Otherwise” Sherlonya Turner, Pulp, April 5 2018

“Arqueología Del Presente’” Roger Koza, Con Los Ojos Abiertos, March 31 2018

 “AAFF: ‘Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?’” Samantha Nelson, The Michigan Daily, March 23 2018

“Entretien Travis Wilkerson: Pour Une Contre-Histoire de l”Amerique,’” Philip       Gajan, 24 Images, Number 186, March   2018

“FICUNAM and the political: The Travis Wilkerson retrospective,” Germán Martínez, Terremoto, March 23 2018

 “6 things to see at the 2018 Ann Arbor Film Festival,” Martin Slagter, MLive, March 20 2018

“The Best Documentaries Of 2018 (So Far),” Christopher Campbell, The Thrillist, March 16 2018

“The Southern Gothic and Black Heroism of Documentary Film, Veracity—‘Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?’” Joule Zelman, The Stranger, March 15 2018

“Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?’” Sean Gilman, Seattle Screen Scene,

March 14 2018

“FICUNAM 2018: Travis Wilkerson, un modelo de cine político’” Josefina Sartora, Otros Cines, March 13 2018

“Veracity – ‘Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?’” Joule Zelman, The Stranger, March 8 2018

““Introspection Is Essential”: An Interview with Travis Wilkerson,”, Bilge Ebiri,       , The Village Voice, March 3 2018

“REVIEW: Travis Wilkerson wonders ‘Who Fired the Gun’,John Soltes, Hollywood Soapbox, March 3 2018  

“Recommended Viewing (Alabama Apotheoisis): DID YOU WONDER WHO FIRED THE GUN?,” Jonathan Rosenbaum, JonathanRosenbaum.net, March1 2018

“‘Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?’ Review: A Brave but Compromised Investigation into White Supremacy,” David Erlich, Indiewire, March 1, 2018   

“Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?,” Ryn Clos, Spectrum Culture, February 28 2018

 “Review: ‘Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?’ Reckons With White Supremacy,”

A.O. Scott, NYTimes, February 28 2018

“A Decades-Old Murder Investigation Exposes the Ugly Truth About Racism in America

Karen Han, Daily Beast, February 28 2018

“Interview: Travis Wilkerson on the Living History of “Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?”, Stephen Saito, Movable Feast, February 28 2018    

 “Film Review: Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?,” Budd Wilkins, Film Journal International, February 28 2018

 “Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?,” Brian Tallerico, Roger Ebert.com, February 28 2018

“'Did You Wonder Who Fired The Gun?': Filmmaker's Searing Indictment Of His Ancestor — And Himself,” Scott Tobias, NPR, February 28 2018

“A Documentary Filmmaker’s Investigation of Racist Violence in His Family’s Past,” Richard Brody, The New Yorker, February 27 2018

“Now You Don’t Have to Wonder Who Fired the Gun,” Brooke LaMantia, Washington Square News, February 27 2018

“Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?,” Jonah Jeng, The Film Stage, February 27 2018

 “The frustrating Did You Wonder Who Fired The Gun? ponders racism and erasure by way of true crime,” Ignatiy Vishnevetsky, AV Club, February 27 2018

“’Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?’ Unearths a Family History of Racism and Murder,” Bilge Ebiri, Village Voice, February 26 2018

“Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?,” Carson Lunt, Slant, February 26 2018

“Top ten highlights from Glasgow Film Festival as chosen by festival co-director,” Jennifer Russell, Glasgow Live, February 19 2018

“FICUNAM 2018: Piel negra, asfalto rojo,” Rafael Guilhem, Correspondencias Cine, February 2018

El incendiario Travis Wilkerson,” Marcela Vargas, Gatopardo, February 9 2018

“The Best Movies In Theaters In February, From 'Black Panther' To 'Annihilation,'” Emily Gaudette, Newsweek, February1 2018

“Rushes. Kiarostami's Coda, The Zanzibar Group, Buster Keaton Candid Camera,” Mubi Notebook, January 31 2018

 “Ten Films to Watch in February,” Christian Blauvelt, BBC,com, January 26 2018

“Auf der Alabama-Route,” Peter Nowak, Der Freitag, January 24 2018

“World Poll 2017, Parts 2,3,4,6,” Senses of Cinema, January 2018

 “Meus Favoritos de 2017,” Filipe Furtado, Anotacões de um Cinéfilo, January 1, 2018

“What Race/Related Loved in 2017,” Annie Correal, New York Times, December 25, 2017

“O Mellor de 2017,” A Cuarte Parede, December 20, 2017

”Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?”: Say His Name!,’ Maria Buneeva, Cinema Flood, December 19, 2017

”Las mejores películas de 2017 según los directores y directoras del cine español.” Otros Cines, December 19, 2017

“Ten of the Best Arthouse Films of 2017,” Carmen Gray,AnOther, December 18, 2017

“15 Best Movies of 2017,” Alexey Filippov, Russian GQ, December 18, 2017

“Aportaciones al mundo cinematográfico en 2017,” Arantxa Luna, Nexos, December 16, 2017

“Balance 2017: Nuestras películas y series favoritas + Encuesta y sorteo para lectores,” Otros Cines, December 12, 2017

“The Best Movies of 2017,” Richard Brody, The New Yorker, December 8, 2017

“In a Year of European Documentary Film Festivals,” Carmen Gray, Senses of Cinema, December, 2017

“Examining White Supremacy and Rising Conservatism at the Ji hlava International Documentary Film Festival,” Whitney Mallett, Filmmaker Magazine, December 4, 2017

“Travis Wilkerson: ‘There’s a tremendous opportunity for social change right now,” Justine Smith, Little White Lies, December, 2017

 “Festival Transcinema 2017: “Did You Wonder Who Fired The Gun?”, De Travis Wilkerson,” Carlos Esquives, Cine Cuentro, December 2, 2017

“Our Intrepid Critic on the Best of This Year's New York Film Festival,” Jason Shawhan Nashville Scene, October 26, 2017

“Double Exposure: Filmmakers Tell Truth to Power,” Patricia Aufderheide, Documentary Magazine, October 25, 2017

“VALDIVIA 2017: Did You Wonder Who Fired The Gun? De Travis Wilkerson,” Monica Delgado, Desist Film, October 18, 2017

““The Rape of Recy Taylor”: An Essential, Flawed Documentary at the New York Film Festival,’ Richard Brody, The New Yorker, October 3, 2017

“Highlights from the New York Film Festival’s First Weekend,” Richard Brody, The New Yorker, September 30, 2017

“10 Things to Do in NYC Now,” Andy Webster, The New York Times, September 29, 2017

“Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun? (Travis Wilkerson, US),” Celluloid Liberation Front, Cinema Scope 72, September 28, 2017

“A Filmmaker Investigates the Racially Charged Murder His Great-Grandfather Committed,” Craig Hubert, Hyperallergic, September 28, 2017

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

“Together in the Dark: The New York Film Festival Invites Us To Connect,” Bilge Ebiri, The Village Voice, September 27, 2017

“15 Under-the-Radar Highlights at the 55th New York Film Festival,” The Film Stage, September 25, 2017

“The Locarno Film Festival is dead, Long Live the Locarno Festival: The 70th Locarno (Film) Festival,” Jaimey Fisher, Senses of Cinema, September, 2017

“Documentary film as “home movie”: Going beyond a public face to reveal a private one,” Kari Howard, Neiman Storyboard, September 19, 2017

“How New Movies Are Redefining Our Understanding of Family Life,” Francisco Noronha, Indiewire,  September 14, 2017

“Unortho-dox at Locarno 70,” Matt Turner, The Brooklyn Rail,  September 7, 2017

Haunted Alabama. Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?' di Travis Wilkerson,” Pietro Bianchi, Uzak 27, August 22, 2017

“‘Keeping it Real: A Festival at the Crossroads,” Michael Sicinski, Uzak 27, August, 2017

“Locarno e o racismo nos EUA,” Rui Martins, Correio do Brasil, August 22, 2017

“‘Locarno 17 / L’Alabama razzista in Did you wonder who fired the gun?,” Stephano Giani, Il Giornale, August 14, 2017

“‘Un critico stronca il Festival: ‘pubblico che resta fuori dalle sale, ricezione alberghiera non sufficiente, film che non verranno mai proiettati altrove,’ Ugo Brusaporco, Ticino Libero, August 14, 2017

“‘Festival de Locarno 2017, vol. 2: les consacrés et les oubliés,’ Nathan Letoré, Mediapart, August 12, 2017

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

‘”Russell, Bing y Wilkerson alumbran el cine de lo real en Locarno,‘ Carlota Mosegui, Otros Cine Europa, August 12, 2017

“‘Locarno prefiere un cine imperfecto y provocador,’ Diego Batlle, La Nacion, August 10, 2017

‘”Locarno 70 (Concorso): Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun? di Travis Wilkerson, documentario sul cuore nero e razzista dell’America,‘ Antonio Petterrie, Taxi Drivers, August 10, 2017

”Locarno70: Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?  di Travis Wilkerson,” Giovanni Stigliano Messuti, Non Solo Cinema, August 10, 2017

Locarno Festival (8): Traces d'un meurtre raciste en Alabama ('Did You Wonder Who Fired The Gun?'),” Manouk Borzakian, Liberation, August 9, 2017

“‘El meu besavi no era Atticus Finch,’ Eulàlia Iglesias, Ara.cat, August 9, 2017

“Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun? | Locarno Film Festival 2017,” Filmuforia, August 9, 2017

“Mrs. Fang et Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?, la mort en face,‘ Stéphane Gobbo, Le Temps, August 9, 2017

“Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun? di Travis Wilkerson,‘ Nicola Settis, Cine Lapsis, August 9, 2017

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

 “Three Days in May: San Francisco's Crossroads Festival 2017”, Michael Sicinski, Mubi Notebook, 18 May 2017

“Five Must-See Experimental Films at This Year’s CROSSROADS ”, Max Goldberg, KQED Arts, 18 May 2017

“A Leap For Crossroads”, Jesse Hawthorne Ficks, 48 Hills, 16 May 2017

 “Living Proof”, Eric Hynes, Film Comment, May/June 2017

“Amid the Good Vibes, True/False Serves Up a Slate of Bleak Fare”, Akiva Gottlieb, Documentary Magazine, April 18, 2017

“Trails of Destruction”, Amy Taubin, Film Comment, March/April 2017

“Notes from the 2017 True/False Festival”, Jason Fox, The Brooklyn Rail, April 1 2017  “Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun? and four more True/False 2017 highlights”, Jordon Cronk, Sight & Sound Magazine, March 23 2017

“Take Care of Each Other: Paste at True/False Film Festival”, Tim Gierson, Paste Magazine, March 20 2017

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

“7 documentaries from the True/False Film Festival that challenge how we perceive reality,” Alyssa Wilkinson, Vox, March 8 2017

“True/False 2017 Critic’s Notebook 1: Resistance and Futility,” Vadim Rizov, Filmmmaker Magazine, 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

 “True/False Film Review: Did you Wonder Who Fired the Gun?”, Brandon Byer,

Vox Magazine,  March 4, 2017.

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

“VR and AR Take Center Stage at Sundance's New Frontier:, Ken Jacobson, Documentary Magazine, February 9, 2017

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

“Sundance: The Best of This Year’s Socially Conscious Docs and Features’ Bilge Ebiri, Village Voice,  January 30, 2017.

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

“Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun? John DeFore, Hollywood Reporter,  January 23, 2017.

“Sundance: Mudbound, Fired the Gun and Rumble – 3 Movies, 1 Incredible Journey, H. Nelson Tracy, Cinemacy, January 23, 2017.

“Sundance 2017: Correspondences #2,” Laurence Garcia, Mubi Notebook,  January 22, 2017.

“Machine Gun or Typewriter?- An Interview with Travis Wilkerson,”  Conor Bateman, 4:3 Film,  May 31, 2016.

“Machine Gun or Typewriter?’”: Conor Bateman, 4:3 Film,  May 24, 2016.

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

“California Eulogies: Jenni Olson’s The Royal Road and Travis Wilkerson’s Machine Gun or Typewriter?, Michael Pattison, Neil Young, Kino! #27, 2015.

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

“Se l’amore diventa un gesto di resistenza, “ Erik Negro, Il Manifesto, 9 December, 2015.

“Machine Gun or Typewriter?: recenscione  del film in Concurso al Filmmaker 2015.”  Antonio Maria Abate, Cineblog.it, 2 December, 2015.

“Valdivia: Machine Gun or Typewriter? Travis Wilkerson,” Monica Delgado, Desist Film, 7 October, 2015.

“Maine Event,” Peter Keough, Boston Globe, 5 September, 2015.

“Il Fronteira Festival: Machine Gun or Typewriter? de Travis Wilkerson,” Victor Cruzeiro, Janela, 15 September, 2015.

“Locarno 2015,” Nathan Latore, Debordements, 12 September, 2015.

“Il Frontiera, Dia 6: de The Old Jewish Cemetery, a Machine Gun or Typewriter?’” Marcelo Ribeiro, Incenerrante, 29 August, 2015.

“Machine Gun or Typewriter? Di Travis Wilkerson,” Nicola Settis, Cine Lapsus,

18 August, 2015

 “Bitte genau hinschauen: Das 68. Filmfestival von Locarno.” Hannes Brühwiler, Critic.de, August 15, 2015

“Locarno Film Festival 2015: Recollection, Machine Gun or Typewriter?,’ Night without Distance, & More.” Michael Pattison, Slate Magazine, August 16, 2015.

“Watch: Travis Wilkerson’s For Michael Brown. November 25, 2014, Indiewire.com

“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, New York Times, October 2, 2013

“Far from Afghanistan: Significant, Moving, Uneven,” David Walsh, wsws.org, October 2, 2012

“TIFF 2012: Wavelengths (P)review: Part Two – The Features”, Michael Sicinski, mubi.com, September 11, 2012

“A Second Look: An Injury to One,’” Dennis Lim, Los Angeles Times, October 30, 2011

“An Injury to One,’” Jason Livingston, The Brooklyn Rail, November 2011

“A Protest Movie Gains Added Relevance: ‘An Injury to One’ Now on DVD,”

Anthony Kaufman, Indiewire (blog), October 26, 2011

“Distinguished Flying Cross,’” BlogsandDocs.com, July 3, 2011

“Le nez dans le reel,” Emile Breton, L’Humanity, March 31, 2011

“Goodby Cinema, Hello Cinephilia,” Jonathan Rosenbaum, University of Chicago, 2010

“SFIFF52 Blogs: Rage against the machine,” David Winks Gray, SF360, 5 May 2009

“Dissent for Sale: Opposition is a commodity in Sundance docs,"

Rob Nelson, Village Voice, 23 January 2007

“Sundance to Berlin: More Films About Buildings and Fools,” Mark Peranson, CinemaScope 30, 2007

“Sundance, for Indies, Soft Kiss Before Dying,” Manohla Dargis, New York Times, 19 January 2006

“An Injury to One: A Film by Travis Wilkerson,” Peter Rachleff, Monthly Review January 2005

“Notes from Underground: Experimental Documentary’s Unsung Heroes,” Adam Hart, Res Magazine May/June 2005

“Crime Scenes: Robinson Devor’s Police Beat and Travis Wilkerson’s Who Killed Cock Robin?,” Tom Charity, CinemaScope 22, 2005

“365 Days Later, The Critics Speak: True Lies,”  Jason McBride, The Village Voice, 31 December 2003

“Drag City,” Johnny Ray Huston, The San Francisco Bay Guardian, 3 December 2003

“Reflections on a Committed Cinema,” Pablo de Ocampo et al, The Organ #8, November/December 2003

“An Injury to One,” Reverse Shot Online Saul Austerlitz, reverseshot.com, September/October 2003

“Two Distinct Views of Workers Rising Up,” “Labor's Love Lost: Stealing Butte,”

Ed Halter, Village Voice,15 July 2003

“Travis Wilkerson: Discovery,”  Alice Lovejoy, Film Comment, January/February 2003

“Filmmaking as Social Practice,” Jason McBride, CinemaScope, December 2002

“Detroit Museum Holds Meeting on US War Against Iraq,“ World Socialist Web Site, December 2002

“Toronto International Film Festival 2002: Interview,“ World Socialist Web Site, David Walsh, 4 October 2002

“Critic’s Choice,” Fred Camper, Chicago Reader, 25 April 2003

“An Injury to One,” Tom Charity, Time Out London, March 2003

‘“Magic Beyond the Mainstream,” Sukhdev Sandhu, The Telegraph (London),

23 March 2003

“Injury to One,” Dennis Harvey, Variety, 2 February 2003

“Sundance: mind altitude sickness and brainfreeze,” Dennis Lim, The Village Voice,   6 February 2003

“Critics Notebook; The New Reality of Documentaries…” Kenneth Turan, The Los Angeles Times, 9 March 2003   

“A Delicate Balancing Act in Park City,” Kenneth Turan, The Los Angeles Times, 27 January 2003

“Sundance on the Edge; Experimental Surprises Bringing A Dose of Art To The Festival,”

Anthony Kaufman, Indiewire, 20 January 2003

“The company you keep,” B. Ruby Rich, San Francisco Bay Guardian, 29 January 2003

“The Big Chill,” Rob Nelson, The City Pages, 5 February 2003

“Floating on a luxurious cultural cloud,”  David Sterritt, The Festival Daily (Toronto),   6 September 2002

“Murder in Montana,” Jason McBride, The Festival Daily (Toronto), 9 September 2002

“Best of the Fest of the Fest,” Adam Nayman, Eye Weekly, 5 October 2002

“Filmmaking as Social Practice,” Jason McBride, Cinemascope, November- December 2002

“Toronto International Film Festival 2002: Interview with Travis Wilkerson,” David Walsh, www.wsws.org, 4 October 2002

“Blood at the Root,” Laura Sinagra, The Village Voice, November 6-12 2002

“From Each According to His Ability...,” Peggy Nelson, OtherZine, www.othercinema.com. 21 April 2001