Review: Museum Hours

(Jem Cohen, 2012)

New York-based filmmaker Jem Cohen has etched out an impressively understated career as an independent documentarian and film-essayist amidst a thoroughly mainstream climate. Museum Hours extends his proclivity for creating observational portraits of urban landscapes, only this time he attaches it to a careful deconstruction of the notions of spectatorship and the relationship between cinema and art. (Continue reading here)

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