FSFF would also love to hear from any of its readers who can point in the direction of further examples of good-quality, freely-accessible, scholarly online video essays to check out.
But, in the meantime, here are some great links to the online video essay work of a highly notable film critic who has very successfully experimented with this form: Jim Emerson, film critic and creator of Scanners (a movie blog and home of the Opening Shots Project) and founding editor of/contributor to RogerEbert.com, Roger Ebert`s web site.
- Jim Emerson, 'Close-Ups: A free-association dream sequence', Scanners, October 14, 2007
- Jim Emerson, 'Close Up: The movie/essay/dream', Scanners, October 17, 2007
- Jim Emerson, 'Written in the flesh: a crash course in David Cronenberg', November 2, 2007
- Jim Emerson, 'Your User's Guide to Movie Violence', Scanners, March 12, 2008