Martha Nochimson, Film Critic and Writer / Covering David Lynch, Soap Opera, The Sopranos, David Chase, and Film Writing

Martha P. Nochimson, Film Critic and Writer

Film Quarterly

"Boardwalk Empire: America Through a Bi-focal Lens" (Fall, 2012)

Review of Inland Empire (Summer 2007)

Review of Mark Garrett Cooper, Love Rules: Silent Hollywood and the Rise of the Managerial Class. University of Minnesota Press. (Winter, 2006)

"Waddaya Lookin’ At?: Re-Reading the Gangster Genre Through The Sopranos(Winter-Spring, 2003)

"Brightness Falls From the Air: Ally McBeal" Review (Spring 2000)

"Amnesia 'R Us: The Retold Melodrama, Soap Opera, and the Representation of Reality" (Spring, 1997)

"Desire Under the Douglas Firs: Entering the Body of Reality in Twin Peaks." (Winter 1992-1993)

Review of Diane Negra, Off-White Hollywood (Routledge 2001) (Fall, 2003)

Review of Mulholland Drive (Dir. David Lynch, 2001) (Fall, 2002)

Review of Jonathan Rosenbaum, Movie Wars: How Hollywood and the Media Conspire to Limit What Films We Can See. A Cappella Books, 2000 (Summer 2002)

Review of The King is Alive (Dir. Kristian Levring, 1999) (Winter 2002)

Review of Sarah Berry, Screen Style: Fashion and Femininity in 1930's Hollywood. University of Minnesota Press, 2000 (Winter, 2001)

Review of Lynch on Lynch ed. Chris Rodley, Faber and Faber, 1999 (Summer 1999)

Review of It's Time for My Story: Soap Opera Sources, Structure, and Response(Winter 1993-1994)