Articles by and about Jerome Hill

A Poet is Dead

Shortly after completing Film Portrait, Jerome Hill, a Renaissance man in the true sense of the word, passed away at the hands of cancer.  Jonas Mekas opened the No. 56-57 (Spring 1973) issue of Film Culture with this moving requiem.

Jerome Hill Centennial Photography Exhibition Catalog

This catalog along with the 2005 exhibition was part of the Centennial celebrating the anniversary of the birth of artist and philanthropist Jerome Hill in 2005. The Harry M. Drake Gallery at St. Paul Academy and Summit School hosted the exhibition of his photography.

Jerome Hill: Beyond The Frame

Jerome Hill: Beyond the Frame is a collection of essays assembled by the Minnesota Historical Society for an exhibition by the same name at the James J. Hill House as part of the Jerome Hill Centennial in 2005.

Jerome Hill: Film Portrait

Notes on Film Portrait by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Alan Raymond published in Playback, 2004.

Jerome Hill: Living the Arts

In 2005, the Centennial of Jerome Hill’s birth, the Foundation commissioned a biographical essay from Professor Mary Ann Caws, which it published in an illustrated booklet titled, Jerome Hill: Living the Arts.

Jerome Hill: MoMA Brochure

The Museum of Modern Art, which has Jerome Hill's films in its collection, developed this brochure in conjunction with screenings of his films in 2005 as part of the Centennial of his birth.

Jerome Hill: Renaissance Man

Dilettante, Renaissance Man, Intelligence Officer: Jerome Hill and His World War II Letters from France to His ‘Dearest Mother,' by G. Richard Slade, provides a glimpse into Jerome Hill’s family relationships and his vast and educated interests as a multi-faceted artist.

Jerome Hill: Writing on Brakhage's Songs

Jerome Hill's comments on American experimental filmmaker Stan Brakhage's Songs, a cycle of silent color 8mm films produced from 1964 to 1969. These films are seen as one of Brakhage's major works.  The article was published in Film Culture, No. 37, 1965.

The New York Times Film Reviews

This is a collection of Jerome Hill's film reviews from The New York Times, including the Academy Award-winning documentary, Albert Schweitzer, Film Portrait, Grandma Moses, and The Sand Castle.

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