Still image from Jennifer Reeves' film ''The Time We Killed' (2004)

MFA Alumna Jennifer Reeves' film in review

The Insider: Facing Homeland Insecurity in a Blue State

By Ed Halter for The Village Voice on October 11, 2005

"The Time We Killed" achieves a quiet power through rough-edged, handcrafted means. Best known as an accomplished abstract filmmaker, first-time feature director Jennifer Reeves wrings bitter truth, confused paranoia, and impotent rage from an all-too-recent period, infusing them into the story of an agoraphobic poet, Robyn....

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By Dana Stevens for The New York Times on October 21, 2005

Photo by Anthology Film Archives.
Courtesy of Filmmaker Jennifer Reeves and The Village Voice

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