Vertigo 4:2: Two on First-Person Documentary

A big interview with filmmaker Jennifer Reeves, whose very personal yet abstract documentary about the world in all its glory When It Was Blue blew me away at Toronto (read it online here if you're a subscriber); and a review of First Person Jewish by filmmaker and educator Alisa Lebow. I've been writing for Vertigo magazine for four years (including a series of photoessays with Lady Vervaine called "Filmgrimage"), and I wait avidly for the each new issue, not least because a magazine about non-commercial film, and artists' film and video, has a precarious existence in a big-budget "creative industries" world.