“(Notfilm) finds in Film genuine insights about Beckett’s work as a whole, and even about the nature of the movies.” - Siddhartha Mahanta, The New Yorker

Film is far more complex, strange and intellectual than its slapstick forebears.” – Pamela Hutchinson, The Guardian

“This is state-of-the art film historiography and Lipman convincingly shows that film can be used very effectively as a medium to present original historical research.”  – Gertjan Willems, Photogenie

“a cine-essay of exceptional historical rigor and accuracy that reconstructs and at the same time helps clarify the nature of (Beckett's) Film"  Silent Valero

“(a) fascinating video essay” - J.R. Jones,  Chicago Reader

John Beifuss, Memphis Commercial Appeal 

Sila Sahinoz, Film Lovers 

Daniel Eagan, “Making Film:  Behind the Scenes with Samuel Beckett    -    Film Comment

Rhys Tranter, “Samuel Becket in Conversation” - A Piece of Monologue

Will McKinley, “Rare Buster Keaton Footage Resurfaces…” - Cinematically Insane

Greg Klymkiw, “Footage Long Considered Lost.” - The Film Corner

Richard Harland Smith, “Samuel Beckett and Buster Keaton Make a Picture” -  Movie Morlocks

Dennis Cozalio, “Beckett and Keaton: Waiting for Notfilm;” Sergio Leone and the Infield Fly Rule

Deborah Stambler, “NOTFILM, but still Samuel Beckett” - Huffington Post

Rhys Tranter, “New Documentary on Samuel Beckett’s Film” -  A Piece of Monologue

Paula Bernstein, “Milestone Films Crowdfunds NotFilm, a Documentary about Samuel Beckett's Legendary Film Starring Buster Keaton ” - Indiewire

David Hudson, “Beckett, Keaton, and Notfilm” - Keyframe