by Mark Nash
An essential entry in BFI's acclaimed series of auteurist monographs that began publication in the 1970s, Mark Nash's Dreyer contains critical essays on the director by André Techné and Freida Grafe as well as his own notes on Dreyer's filmography and style.
Mark Nash is an independent curator and writer. His formation was in film theory and film culture, editing Screen between 1977 and 1981. He has worked with Isaac Julien on several projects such as the film Frantz Fanon: Black Skin White Masks (1996) and the exhibition Reimagining October at Calvert 22. He collaborated with Okwui Enwezor on The Short Century exhibition and Documenta11. Most recently he has curated One Sixth of the Earth at ZKM.