• Pagán, Alberto, "Beyond the Photograph" A Cuerta Pareta, posted on 07/22/2019, (Spanish and Galician), (English)
• Sarmiento-Hinojosa, José, “(S8) Mostra de Cinema Periférico: An Interview with Bill Brand” Desist Film. posted on 06/24/2019,

• Powers, John, "A DIY come-One: A History of Optical Printing in Avant-Garde Cinema." Cinema Journal, Volume 57, number 4, Summer 2018 pp. 71-95


• Bloodworth, Sandra, and William Ayres. New York’s Underground Art Museum: MTA Arts & Design. New York, The Metropolitan Transit Authority and The Monacelli Press, 2014: 110-111.
"Bill Brand on his recent output since 2009." Canyon Cinema Tumblr. January 22, 2015.
"Bill Brand on the hand drawn mattes he created for some of his films." Canyon Cinema Tumblr. January 22, 2015.
• Dika, Vera, "Notes From Inside the Black Box," in Art in America, March 2015: 124-149.
• Dell'Aria, Annie, "The Enchanting Subway Ride: Bill Brand's Masstransiscope," in Performing Art Dialogue, Volume 5, Number 2, 2015: 141-161.
• Elwes, Catherine. Installation and the Moving Image. London & New York, Wallflower Press: Columbia University Press, 2015: 81-83
• Totaro, Donato. “Paul Sharits: Expanding Cinema to the Beyond.” in Offscreen; Oct 2015, Vol. 19 Issue 10, 2015: , p1-1, 1p
• MacDonald, Scott M. Binghamton Babylon: Voices From the Cinema Department 1967-1977. New York, State University of New York, 2015.
• Ramey, Kathryn. Experimental Filmmaking: Break the Machine. London: Focal Press, 2016.
"Spotlight on Bill Brand." Canyon Cinema Confessions. 2, no. 1: February 2015.
• Windhausen, Frederico. “Spectrum Analysis: Discussing the Films of Paul Sharits with Bill Brand, Chris Hughes, John Klacsmann, and Andrew Lampert.” In: Moving Image, 15(1): 109-113: United States: Association of Moving Image Archivists, 2015


• Camporesi, Enrico, "Bill Brand: Archive Instinct," in Moving Image Review & Art Journal MIRAJ,vol 3. no. 1: 82-93.


• Griffen, George, "Take the B-Train: reconstructing the proto-cinematic apparatus," in Pervasive Animation (AFI Film Readers), edited by Suzanne Buchan, 275-291. New York: Routledge, 2013.
Kabak, Benjamin. "Video: Restoring the damaged Masstransiscope." Second Ave. Sagas. August 29, 2013.
Kabak, Benjamin. "After Sandy, re-restoring the Masstransiscope." Second Ave. Sagas. August 27, 2013.
Mann, Ted. "Subway Artwork, Plunged into Darkness by Sandy, Is Reborn." The Wall Street Journal. August 23, 2013.
Time Out contributors, ed. Amy Plitt. "NYC subway: Your essential guide to New York City’s subway." Time Out New York. (accessed October 18, 2013).
Theeboom, Sarah. "Top ten: MTA subway art." Time Out New York.  March 31, 2013.


• Brand, Bill. "Artist as Archivist in the Digital Transition." The Moving Image: The Journal of the Association of Moving Image Archivists 12, no. 1 (Spring 2012): 92-95.
• Collado, Sánchez Esperanza. Paracinema: La Desmaterialización Del Cine En Las Prácticas Artísticas. Madrid: Trama, 2012.
• Diario El Pais Uruguay. "Rampla Jrs. Recibieron Al Cineasta Del Cortometraje." March 24, 2012. (in Spanish)
Kabak, Benjamin. "Ghost Subway Stations and a System That Never Was." Second Avenue Sagas (web log), June 4, 2012.
• Puetz, Michelle Adrianna. "Variable Area: Hearing and Seeing Sound in Structural Cinema, 1966-1978." Diss., University of Chicago, 2012.
Rao, Mallika. "'The Art Underground'': New York's World Class Subway Art, Identified (VIDEO)." The Huffington Post. 18 Aug. 2012.
• Storm, Jessica. "The Medium is the Medium: The Complexities of the Preservation of Rate of Change and Color Series" (unpublished paper, reworked from diss., UCLA MIAS, 2011), 2012.
• Uhrich, Andy. "Pressed into the Service of Cinema: Issues in Preserving the Software of Hollis Frampton and the Digital Arts Lab." The Moving Image: The Journal of the Association of Moving Image Archivists 12, no. 1 (Spring 2012): 18-43.


Ingrid. "Joyful Commuting." Aesthetics of Joy (web log), June 20, 2010.
Mousseau, Emily, GS'10. "Art in the Subways, Zoetropes, and a Public Art Opportunity for Columbia Students!" CUarts Blog: The Official Blog of the Arts Initiative at Columbia University (web log), June 29, 2010.
Village Voice. "Best Restored Subway Art - 2010: Masstransiscope."  October 20, 2010.


Ingrid. "Joyful Commuting." Aesthetics of Joy (web log), June 20, 2010.
Mousseau, Emily, GS'10. "Art in the Subways, Zoetropes, and a Public Art Opportunity for Columbia Students!" CUarts Blog: The Official Blog of the Arts Initiative at Columbia University (web log), June 29, 2010.
Village Voice. "Best Restored Subway Art - 2010: Masstransiscope."  October 20, 2010.


American for the Arts. "America's Best Public Art Projects Recognized at National Arts Conference." News release, June 20, 2009.
• Braun-Reinitz, Janet, and Jane Weissman. On the Wall: Four Decades of Community Murals in New York City. Jackson, MS: University of Mississippi, 2009.
Capone, John. "Artist Talk: What's A Masstransiscope?" NBC New York. June 11, 2009.
Cuza, Bobby. "Restored MTA Art Installation Delights Straphangers." NY1. January 17, 2009.
Fesenmaier, Steve. "A Lifetime in the Mines: An Essay on Watching Films about Coal Mining + Complete Filmography." July 23, 2009.
• Fitzpatrick, Tracy. Art and the Subway: New York Underground. Piscataway, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2009.
• Fossati, Giovanna. From Grain to Pixel. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2009.
Hartmann, Celia. "Subway “Movie Machine” Restored in Myrtle Avenue Station." Metropolitan Archivist 14, no. 1 (Winter 2009): 7-9.
Kabak, Benjamin. "A Tale of Restoration and the Masstransiscope." Second Avenue Sagas (web log), January 7, 2009.
Kennedy, Randy. "Attention Passengers! To Your Right, This Trip Is About to Become Trippy." The New York Times 1 Jan. 2009: C1. The New York Times. 31 Dec. 2008.
• Oubiña, David. Una Jugueteria Filosofica. Buenos Aires: Ediciones Manantia, 2009.
Pearlman, Nina. "Masstransiscope." Brooklyn Based (web log), March 31, 2009.
Schlenoff, Daniel C. "50, 100 and 150 Years Ago: Kidney Transplantation; Plant Misinformation; Saving Civilization." Scientific American, September 25, 2009.
Seiler, Jordan. "Attention Passengers! To Your Right, This Trip Is About to Become Trippy." PublicAdCampaign (web log), January 2, 2009.
Tempelsman, Audrey. "Graffiti Artists Losing Ground in New York." Aol Real Estate. December 15, 2009.


Berger, Thomas. "Know of Any Great Subway Art?" Arthur Frommer’s Budget Travel (Newsweek), December 29, 2008.,10320/.
• Brand, Bill. "The Artist as Archivist." Paul Sharits. Bourogne, France: Espace Multimédia Gantner, 2008. 63-69. Published in conjunction with the exhibition "Paul Sharits, Figments" shown at Espace Multimédia Gantner, October 13, 2007-February 3, 2008.
• Kabak, Benjamin. "Tempering the BMT Brighton Line Enthusiasm." Second Avenue Sagas (web long), September 12, 2008.
• MacDonald, Scott. Canyon Cinema: The Life and Times of an Independent Film Distributor. Berkeley: University of California, 2008.
"Moving Pictures: Attaining Underground Momentum with Bill Brand’s Masstransiscope." Film Society of Lincoln Center (web log), November 7, 2008.
• The National Film Preservation Foundation. "Grants." Report to the U.S. Congress for the Year Ending December 31, 2007 (2008): 4.
Webmaster in Filmmaking. "Masstransiscope - Subway as Movie Machine." Filmmaker Magazine, November 30, 2008.
• Wells, Paul, and Johnny Hardstaff. Re-imagining Animation: Contemporary Moving Image Cultures. Lausanne: AVA Academia, 2008.


• Gartenberg, Jon. "The Fragile Emulsion." Journal of Film Preservation 73 (April 2007): 39-51. Reprinted from The Moving Image 2, no. 2 (Fall 2002): 142-52.
Kabak, Benjamin. "Myrtle Ave. Station Lost to Time, Development." Second Avenue Sagas (web log), March 14, 2007.
Kabak, Benjamin. "Restoring a Zoetrope in an Old Abandoned Brooklyn Station." Second Avenue Sagas (web log), March 12, 2007.
• Zimmer, Amy. "Underground Art in Brooklyn: Zoetrope's Artist Wants to Restore Work in Subway Tunnel." Metro (New York, NY), March 9-11, 2007, Weekend ed.


• "Through Our Eyes: Belfast/New York." Accessed October 9, 2006.
• Brand, Bill. "Bill Brand." Anthology Archives, New York, 2006. From catalog published in conjunction with Anthology Film Archives 2006 Film Preservation Honors Ceremony.
• Choi, Jinhee. "Apperception on Display: Structural Films and Philosophy." The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 64, no. 1 (Winter 2006): 165-72.
• Dunne, Aidan. "A Visual Feast to Whet All Appetites." Irish Times (Dublin), October 31, 2006
• Frye, Brian L. "Three Great Filmmakers: Haldeman, Ehrlichman & Chapin ... Or, Nixon's Home Movies." Cineaste 31, no. 3 (June 2006): 59-63.
• Halter, Ed. "Vision Quest: Get Your Avant-garde Fix with Plenty of Experimental Cinema This Season." Village Voice (New York, NY), March 6, 2006, Spring Arts sec.
Jacobs, Karrie. "The Ad at the End of the Tunnel: A Nineteenth-century Toy Inspires a Twenty-first-century Phantasm—one Paid for by a Sponsor.", June 19, 2006.
Lampert, Andrew, ed. Results You Can't Refuse: Celebrating 30 Years of BB Optics. New York: Anthology Film Archives, 2006.
• Woo, Courtney. "Experimental Film Retrospective: Western Filmmakers Nudge Shanghai’s Nascent Experimental Film Scene to Life." City Weekend (Shanghai, China), January 19, 2006, E24.
• Zryd, Michael. "The Academy and the Avant-Garde: A Relationship of Dependence and Resistance." Cinema Journal 45, no. 2 (Winter 2006): 17-42.


• Fernando, Juan. "¡Pero Si Estaba Acqí Hace Un Minuto!" El Diario (New York, NY), May 1, 2005.
• Schnepp, Suzanne R. "On Time: Approaches to the Conservation of Film, Videotape, and Digital Media." Museum Studies 31, no. 2 Conservation at the Art Institute of Chicago (2005): 96.
• Skoller, Jeffrey. Shadows, Specters, Shards: Making History in Avant-Garde Film. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota, 2005. Print.


• Brand, Bill. Interview by Haijian Zhu. Art World Magazine, December 2004, 48-51. (in Chinese)
• National Film Preservation Foundation. The Film Preservation Guide: The Basics for Archives, Libraries, and Museums. San Francisco, CA: National Film Preservation Foundation, 2004.


• Boyle, Wickham. "Adding a Few to the Celebrity Deluge." Downtown Express (New York), May 6-12, 2003, Tribeca Film Festival 2003 sec.
• Camper, Fred. "Senses Working Overtime: Remembering Stan Brakhage." Chicago Reader, April 18, 2003, sec. 1.
• Camper, Fred. "Skinside Out: Film and Video by Bill Brand." Chicago Reader Guide to Movies. Accessed April 17, 2003.
• Chin, Daryl, and Larry Qualls. "Try to Remember: A Cinematic Year in Review 2002." PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art 25, no. 2 (2003): 48-64. doi:10.1162/152028103321781547.
• Drake, George. "Associate Editor's Introduction." review of Literature and Lives: A Response-Based, Cultural Studies Approach to Teaching English. By Allen Carey-Webb. Pedagogy 3, no. 2 (Spring 2003): 293-94.
• Frye, Brian, and Bill Brand. "The Accidental Preservationist: An Interview with Bill Brand." Film History 15, no. 2, Small-Gauge and Amateur Film (2003): 214-19.
Gartenberg, Jon, Ken Jacobs, and Bill Brand. "Ken Jacobs, Bitemporal Vision : The Sea." In Permanence Through Change: The Variable Media Approach, 86-91. New York: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 2003.
• Glassman, Carl. "A Film from Center Ring of a Media Circus." Tribeca Trib (New York), June 2003.
• Layton, Lyndsey. "A Tunnel With a View - and a Profit, Metro Looks at New Technology for Ads to Boost Revenue." Washington Post, August 31, 2003.
• Mollotov, Sabina. "Ruth Hardinger, Partner, Douglass Elliman: Real Estate Broker by Day, Renaissance Woman by Night." Real Estate Weekly, June 4, 2003.
Pogrebin, Robin. "Fledgling Festival Seeks an Identity." The New York Times, May 2, 2003.
• Reiter, Elfi. "Cinema 2, Il Cinema Ritrovato, Bologna, Italy, July 2002." Review of Film Screening Cinema2: Old Images, New Films in the Festival Il Cinema Ritovato, Cineteca Del Comune Di Bologna. The Moving Image 3, No. 1., Spring 2003: 158-161.


• Cine y Casi Cine. Museo Nacional Cetro de Arte Reina Sofia: Madrid, Spain, 2002. Published in conjuction with the exhibition "Cine y Casi Cine" shown at Salól de Actos. Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia in Madrid, Spain, October 24-December 15, 2002.
• Cook, David A. Lost Illusions: American Cinema in the Shadow of Watergate and Vietnam, 1970-1979. Berkeley: University of California, 2002.
• Doane, Mary Ann. The Emergence of Cinematic Time: Modernity, Contingency, the Archive. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2002.
• Gartenberg, Jon. "The Fragile Emulsion." The Moving Image 2, no. 2 (Fall 2002): 142-52. Reprinted in Journal of Film Preservation 73 (April 2007): 39-51.
• González, Mariela. "Películas Documentales Y Fe Ficción En El Reina Sofia: Hoy Se Proyecta 'I'm a Pilot like You' Un Filme Sobre La Muerte De John Kennedy Jr." El Pais (Madrid, Spain), November 23, 2002.
• Lowder, Rose, and Alain-Alcide Sudre, eds. L’image en mouvement, 25 ans d’activité pour la défense du cinéma comme art visuel. Avignon, France: Archives Du Film Expérimental D'Avignon, 2002.
• MCSP Newletter, (University of Michigan: Ann Arbor, MI). "Knit Wits." October 25, 2002.
• Sitney, P. Adams. Visionary Film: The American Avant-Garde, 1943-2000. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002.


• "Renew Your Vision," Hampshire Reports, Spring/Summer 2001, 4-5.


• MacDonald, Scott. A Critical Cinema 3: Interviews with Independent Filmmakers. Berkeley: University of California, 1998.


• Martin, Brett. "Essential New York." Time Out New York, November 6-13, 1997.


• Carroll, Noël. Theorizing the Moving Image. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996.
Gianetto, Joseph, letter to the editor, New York Times, December 1, 1996.
• O'Pray, Michael. The British Avant-garde Film, 1926-1995: An Anthology of Writings. Luton, Bedfordshire, England: University of Luton, 1996.
Schneider, Daniel B. "F.Y.I." Editorial. The New York Times, November 17, 1996.


• Rabinowitz, Paula. They Must Be Represented: The Politics of Documentary. London: Verso, 1994.


• "1973-1993 Twenty Year of Chicago Filmmakers!" Celebrating 20 Year Chicago Filmmakers, 1993, 8-9.
• Barnouw, Erik. Documentary: A History of the Non-fiction Film. New York: Oxford University Press, 1993.
• Benton, Janet. "Home Less Home." Hampshire College Reports (Amherst, MA), Fall 1993: 6-7,
• Clarke, Jessica. "Bill Brand: 'Life on the Edge' Mirrors Filmmaker's Art." Hampshire People, Union-News (Springfield, MA) July 26, 1993.
• Watson, Bruce. "U.S. Homeless -- in Own Voices" Preview article for screening at Pleasant Street Little Theater, April 16. Daily Hampshire Gazette (Northampton, MA), April 15, 1993.


• Brand, Bill. "Programming Experimental Films for Children." In Children's Film Programming: A Handbook, compiled by Gallery Association of New York State. Fort Atkinson, WI: Highsmith Press, 1992.
• Carey-Webb, Allen. "Representing the Homeless." American Literary History 4, no. 4 (Winter 1992): 697-708.


• Arthur, Paul. Review of Home Less Home. Cineaste 18, No. 3, 1991: 43-44
• Brand, Bill, interviewed by Diana Lobdell. Lightstruck: Journal of the Experimental Film Coalition 7, no. 4. Summer 1991: 11-17
• Braunseis, Hans. "Verlorenes Obdach." Review of Home Less Home. Der Morgen, February 21, 1991. (In German
• Carey-Webb, Allen. "Homelessness and Language Arts: Contexts and Connections." English Journal 80, no. 7 (November 1991): 22-28
• Clark, Jeff. "Home Less Home." Library Journal 116, no. 6, April 1, 1991: 168
• Crowe, Diane. "Homelessness," review of Home Less Home. Video Rating Guide for Libraries 2, No. 3 (1991).
• Frost, C.H. Review of Home Less Home. Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, June 1991.
• Gilbert, Debreh. "Not Just Another Underground Film." The Independent (New York, NY : Foundation for Independent Video and Film), March 1991.
• Hoberman, J. "Burning Crosses and Lamé Dresses."  Review of Home Less Home. Premiere 4, No. 7, March 1991, 34-36.
Holden, Steven. "Life Without the Gloss In New Directors Series." The New York Times, March 15, 1991.
• Jaedicke, Tom. "Rückblick Auf Das Forum-Programm: Mit Kaurismäki an Den Amazonas." Berliner Morgenpost, February 27, 1991.
• James, Stan. Advertiser (Windham, CT), October 31, 1991.
• Korte, Peter. "Aus aller Welt: Filme von Treut/Mikesch, Sempel, Villaverde und Brand [From Around the World: Films of Treut/Mikesch, Sempel, Villaverde and Brand]." Frankfurter Rundschau, February 20, 1991. (In German)
• Mahrenholz, Simone. "Home Less Home." Der Tagesspiegel (Berlin), February 19, 1991, Feuilleton: 41. Internationale Filmfestspiele Berlin 1991 sec. (in German)
Maslin, Janet. "Problems of Homeless: The Individual Stories." The New York Times, March 21, 1991.
• Stev. Review of Home Less Home. Variety 342, No. 11, April 1, 1991.
• Washington Post. "Kirk Douglas in Spotlight." March 29, 1991, Weekend; Film Notes sec. Announcement for show at American Film Institute the following Monday.
• White, Armond. "Homelessness: A Movie Metaphor For Our Times." The City Sun (Brooklyn, NY), May 17, 1991.
• Yeaman, Simon. "Down to Earth." Advertiser (Windham, CT), November 5, 1991.


• Forbes, Elizabeth. "Working the Crowd: Filmmaker Bill Brand Is Trying to Make Independent Films More Accessible to the Public." Announcing Screening of 26 films by Bill Brand, Pyramid Arts Center, October 21. Times-Union (Rochester, NY), October 19, 1989
• Gidal, Peter. Materialist Film. London: Routledge, 1989
• Gusafsson, Sonia. "Art for the Mass in Transit." The Record (Hackensack, NJ), May 2, 1989
• "Station Animation." New Yorker, July 24, 1989, 14.


• 7 Days (New York). "Answer Man." October 12, 1988. 


• Port Washington News (Port Washington, NY). "Filmmaker Bill Brand to Visit Port Library." October 22, 1987.


• New York Women. "To Do." September/October 1986.
• Frames of Mind: Recent Filmmaking in Central New York. Museum of Art, Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, Utica, NY, March 7-May 4, 1986. Program.


• The Fayette Tribune (Oak Hill, WV). "Tech to Host Film, Poetry Reading." March 28, 1985.
• Haydon, Harold. "Public Art Takes Novel Approach To Involvement." Chicago Sun Times, January 17, 1985.
• Montgomery Herald (Montgomery, WV). "Film Show Set At Tech About Miner Activists," March 28, 1985.
• "New York Hot Shot." Photo Japon [sic] 3, no. 023 (September 1985): 16. (In Japanese).
• Register/Herald (Beckley, WV). "Coalfields' to Be Shown." March 21, 1985.
• Sites and Solutions: Recent Public Art, Catalog for Exhibition at Freedman Gallery, Albright College Reading, PA, October 12-November 18, 1984 and at Gallery 400, College of Architecture, Art, and Urban Planning, The University of Illinois at Chicago, January 9-February 2, 1985. Reading, PA: Freedman Gallery, Albright College, 1985.
• Thomas, Lillian. Review of art show "Sites and Solutions: Recent Public Art," Gallery 400, University of Illinois. Chicago Reader, January 25, 1985.
• Valley News (Essex, NY). "Filmmaker to Speak in Essex Thursday." September 25, 1985. Review of Coalfields (Bill Brand), for screening at Persell Hall, Sept. 26.


• Creative Time, Inc. Masstransiscope. New York: Creative Time. 1984.
• Contini, Anita. "Alternative Sites and Uncommon Collaborators: The Story of Creative Time." in Insights/Onsights: Prespectives on Art in Public Places ed. Stacy Paleologos Harris. Washington, D.C.: Partners for Livable Places. 1984.
• Hoberman, J. "Chuck's Will's Widow and Coalfields: Two Films by Bill Brand. At the Collective for Living Cinema, June 15." Village Voice (New York, NY), June 19, 1984.
• Sterritt, David. "'Ghostbuster': Fantasy and Zaniness Done Well; GHOSTSBUSTERS. Produced and Directed by Ivan Reitman. Original Screenplay by Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis. Columbia Pictures; COALFIELDS, Directed by Bill Brand; STREETS OF FIRE, a Rock and Roll Fable. Directed by Walter Hill. Universal-RKO." Christian Science Monitor (Boston, MA), June 14, 1984, Arts & Leisure; On Film sec.


• Burke, Jesse. "A Trip To Brooklyn." Fanzine for Dozens 3. Self Published Zine. January 26, 1983.
• Hoberman, J. Review of "Filmworks" at The Kitchen.  Village Voice (New York, NY), April 19, 1983.
• Sterritt, David. "And Now, an Alternative for the Performer Looking for His Own Niche . . ." Christian Science Monitor (Boston, MA), August 17, 1983, Arts/Entertainment sec.
• Trojan, Judith, ed. EFLA Evaluations. May/June 1983. New York: Educational Film Library Association, 1983: 88.


• Brand, Bill. "Avant-Garde Film and the Ideology of the Counter Culture," Idiolects 12 (Fall 1982): 2-4.
• Rickey, Carrie. "Taking Care of Artists' Business." Village Voice (New York), December 30-January 5, 1982.
• Rosen, Nancy. "Public Art: City Amblings." In Ten Years of Public Art, 1972-1982. New York, NY: Public Art Fund, 1982. Published in conjunction with the exhibition "Ten Years of Public Art, 1972-1982" shown at the Doris C. Freedman Gallery at the Urban Center, 457 Madison Avenue, New York, 20 May-18 June 1982.
• "Tunnel Vision." In More Far-out Facts, 15. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 1982.


• Gouveia, Georgette. "Artist Makes Times, Movement Illusory." Review Press-Reporter (Bronxville, NY), December 31, 1981.
• Howell, George. "These Underground Films Really Go Underground."  Gallery exhibition around Masstransiscope, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, November 20-December 16. The • Underground. September-December 1981.. Buffalo Evening News, December 4, 1981, Gusto sec.
• Huntington, Richard. "Bill Brand Thinks Subways Are For Seeing." Buffalo Courier Express, November 15, 1981.
• Industry Products Company. "Lamp Division in Unusual Animated Art Project." Mix: Marketing Publication, February 1981, 10.
• Media Study/Buffalo. "Bill Brand's Masstransiscope." Gallery exhibition around Masstransiscope, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, November 20-December 16. The Underground. September-December 1981.
• New York Times. "Award given to Archdiocese." Culture Desk. June 2, 1981, C sec.
• Phillips, Deborah C. "New Faces in Alternative Spaces." ARTnews, November 1981, 90-100.
Russell, John. "ART PEOPLE; The Ride-by Subway Mural." New York Times, January 16, 1981.
• Seymore, Kelly. "Filmmaker Opens Art Day with Tour of Subway Murals." Seawanhaka (Long Island University: Brooklyn), May 22, 1981.


• Brooklyn Paper. "Underground Art." August 6-19, 1980.
• Exxon Corporation. "Panorama: Subway Cinema." The Lamp 62, no. 3 (Fall 1980): 26.
• Fowler, Glenn. "Subways Are for Seeing Brooklyn 'Movie'" New York Times, September 17, 1980, Metropolitan Report sec.
• Ginsberg, Merle, ed. This Week. Soho News (New York), September 17, 1980.
• Glueck, Grace. Art People. New York Times, September 26, 1980.
• Gould, Kalman. "Masstransiscope Proves Subway Movie Magic." Washington Square News (New York), October 20, 1980.
• Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies. "Brooklyn Muybridge." Skyline (New York), May 1980.
• Kappstatter, Bob. "Straphangers to Pass an Artful Tunnel Vision." Daily News (New York), September 16, 1980.
• Paul, Susan. "Animated Subway Art Transforms Abandoned Station." Phoenix (Brooklyn, NY), September 4, 1980.
• Press-Republican (Plattsburgh). "Filmmaker to Discuss Work." March 10, 1980.
• Rickey, Carrie. "Closely Watched Train Stations." Village Voice (New York), July 30-August 5, 1980.
• Rickey, Carrie. "Myrtle Avenue." Village Voice (New York), September 17-23, 1980.
• Riedberg, Ott, and Vanessa Davy. "Bill Brand's Subway Art." SLC Tribune (Bronxville, NY), September 29, 1980.
• Robinson, Dale. "'Masstransiscope' - A Subway Bijou: Subway 'Movie' Has Local Link." Tyrone Daily Herald (Tyrone, PA), October 30, 1980.
• Taubin, Amy. "Captive Audience." Soho Weekly News (New York), November 19, 1980.
• The 'Vasari' Diary. ARTnews 79, no. 10 (December 1980): 34-36.
• Visual Studies Workshop. "Subterranean Flicks." Afterimage: The Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism, November 1980, 3.
• Zimmer, William. "Alternative Spaces." Soho News (New York), September 17, 1980, Artbreakers sec.


• Beckman, Geoff. "Brand to Recut SLC Film." SLC Tribune (Bronxville, NY), February 9, 1979.
• Banes, Sally. "You Are What You Eat." The Soho Weekly News (New York), August 16, 1979.
• Bradford, Philip, Geoff Beckman, and Lauren Trownsell. "The Documentary Report." SLC Tribune (Bronxville, NY), February 23, 1979.
• Buchsbaum, Jonathan. "Composing for Film: The Work of Bill Brand." Millennium Film Journal 3 (Winter-Spring 1978-1979): 55-61.
• Christie, Ian. "Film: Independents." review of Split Decision, Works in the Field. Time Out (London), July 13-19, 1979.
• Film as Film: Formal Experiment in Film, 1910-1975. London: Arts Council of Great Britain, 1979. Published in conjunction with the exhibition at Hayward Gallery, South Bank, London SE1, May 3-June 17, 1979.
• Rich, B. Ruby. "What You See Is What You Get." review of Works in the Field, Chicago Filmmakers, March 17, 1979. Chicago Reader, March 16, 1979.


• Carroll, Noel. "The Other Cinema." review of Works in the Field, by Bill Brand (film), Collective for Living Cinema. SoHo Weekly News (New York), December 14-20, 1978.
• New York Times. "A Room with a View -- New York, N.Y." January 12, 1978.  Photograph by Bill Brand.


• Chin, Daryl. "Outdoor Parameters." review of performances including Bill Brand's Circular Flow of Economic Life, Manhattan Municipal Building. Soho Weekly News (New York), May 19, 1977.|
• Gross, Linda. "Trilogy Explores Nature of Color." review of Acts of Light, Cartoons, Touch-Tone-Phone-Film. Los Angeles Times, April 23, 1977.
• LeGrice, Malcolm. Abstract Film and Beyond. London: Studio Vista, 1977.


• Brand, Bill, interview by Gunvor Nelson, Canyon Cinemanews 76-4. 1976.


• Wollen, Peter. "The Two Avant-Gardes." Studio International, The Avant-Garde Film in England and Europe (November/December 1975). Reprinted in Edinburgh '76 Magazine 1. 1976: 77-85.


• Christie, Ian. "Time and Motion Studies: Structural Cinema and the Work of Bill Brand" Studio International, June 1974.
• Sayre, Nora. "Screen: 'Chicagofilms'; Experimental Works Vary in Quality The Program." Review of films by Louis Hock, Bonnie Donahue, Royanne Rosenberg, Lawrence Levy, Jeff Kreines, Tom Palazollo, and Bill Brand (Zip-Tone-Cat-Tune and Always Open/Never Closed), Film Forum. New York Times, January 6, 1974.


• Mekas, Jonas. Review of Moment by Bill Brand (film).Village Voice (New York, NY), January 4, 1973.
• Mekas, Jonas. Review ofTouch Tone Phone Film, Moment, Zip-Tone-Cat-Tune, Rate of Change, Angular Momentum, by Bill Brand (films), Millenium, New York. Village Voice (New York, NY), June 7, 1973.
• Mekas, Jonas. Review of Moment, Rate of Change, Touch Tone Phone Film, Angular Momentum by Bill Brand (films). Village Voice (New York, NY), Oct 13, 1973. 


• Art Institute of Chicago. MFA - Art Institute - Chicago. Chicago: School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 1972.