The Films of Jill Godmilow

Jill Godmilow is a working independent film and video-maker and an Emerita Professor in the Dept. of Film, Television, and Theatre at the University of Notre Dame.

FILMOGRAPHY

TALES

ANTONIA: A PORTRAIT OF THE WOMAN

NEVELSON IN PROCESS

WITH JERZY GROTOWSKI, NIENADOWKA, 1980

THE POPOVICH BROTHERS OF SOUTH CHICAGO

THE ODYSSEY TAPES

FAR FROM POLAND

WAITING FOR THE MOON

ROY COHN/JACK SMITH

WHAT'S UNDERGROUND ABOUT MARSHMALLOWS

WHAT FAROCKI TAUGHT

LEAR '87 ARCHIVE (CONDENSED)

THE LOFT TAPES

ARTICLES

2001 - "Kill the Documentary As We Know It: Dogma 2001", Jill Godmilow Squeal Magazine, 2001

1999 - "What's Wrong With the Liberal Documentary?", Jill Godmilow, Peace Review - March, 1999

1997  - "How Real Is the Reality in Documentary Film? Jill Godmilow in conversation with Ann-Louise Shapiro" History and Theory, Vol 36, No. 4, Wesleyan University Press

1997 - "[Un]documenting History: An Interview with Filmmaker Jill Godmilow", Lynn C. Miller, Text Performance Quarterly, July 7, 1997, Vol 7, number 3



New from Jill Godmilow

LEAR '87 ARCHIVE (CONDENSED)
Available for FREE

3 disc, 6 hour DVD archive documenting Mabou Mines' work on their controversial, fully gender-reversed production of King Lear

To purchase, click here.


(FREE from Mabou Mines to U.S. theater and performance companies)

Lear reviews by Michael Feingold and Ross Westszeon