From my article in NYCityWoman:

“As I watched the assorted footage presented in the Jewish Museum’s exhibit Jonas Mekas: The Camera Was Always Running, I often found myself on the brink of tears. You don’t see many films like Mekas’s these days—“diary” films as natural as breathing, with fleeting images that seem both familiar and distant. His filmed memories evoke our own, too—of a life we had, or wish we had, or think we ought to have had—reminding us to treasure each passing moment, as he seemed to do. (Full disclosure: the exhibit reminded me of my own experiences making short films back in the ’80s.)”
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