The following print or web publications critically discuss Gerald Saul and/or his filmmaking practice:

2019, MUNI Arts, Theory and Practice in English Studies, Vol 8, no. 2, "After the Great Flattening: Aspects of Contemporary Saskatchewan Feature Film" by Martin Ondryáš.  
2017, winter/spring, Splice Magazine, "Anecdotal Evidence: The Work of Gerald Saul" by Chrystene Ells.
2017, group exhibition at the Dunlop Art Gallery: Meet in the Middle, Saskatchewan Gothic       
2016, a 7 week retrospective at the Art Gallery of Regina, curated by the Strandline Collective. The Anecdotal Evidence catalog was written by Ken Wilson and designed by Brent Pylot.
2014, Overlooking Saskatchewan: Minding the Gap edited by Rogers and Ramsay, "Chapter 16: Private Regina: the Poetics and Politics of Memory" by Christina Stojanova.
2014, the late Paul Crepeau, then a student in the Film program at the University of Regina where I teach, wrote an essay (Creativity and Conundrums) about me for a course on Canadian Cinema Dr. Christine Ramsay.
2014, April 8, The Film Corner by Greg Klymkiw, "Wheat Soup" cited within online review of 1987 film "Downtime" in context of Gen-X prairie filmmaking.
2013, DAG Volumes: No. 2, (ISSN: 1929-9214) article by Christina Stojanova "The Surreality of Saskatchewan Puppets", page 52 (highlighted section)
2011, Fall/Winter, Galleries West, preview article "Prairie Gothic" by Margaret Bessai.
2011, Fall, Splice Magazine, Saskatchewan Filmpool, "In the Spirit of JLG: Notes on the Filmpool Godard Project" by Christina Stojanova
2010, "Saskatchewan Television Labor and Jurisdictional Advantage" by John McCullough, chapter3 in Locating Migrating Media edited by Elmer, Davis, Marchessault, McCullough, page 44.
Winter 2009, Splice Magazine, Saskatchewan Filmpool, "Private Regina: The Poetics of Memory" by Christina Stojanova.
May 28-31, 2007, Christine Ramsay. “Screening the Queen: Space and Place in Recent Regina Shorts” on Screening Saskatchewan, Panel presentation at Annual Conference of the Film Studies Association of Canada/Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences
2006, Christine Ramsay. “Made in Saskatchewan! Features Since Telefilm.” In Self Portraits: Features in Canada Since Telefilm. Ed. Andre Loiselle. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, pages 22, 203-235.
May 2005, Splice Magazine, "Spring 2005 Filmpool Premiere Screening" review by Jess Boyachek.
Summer 2004, Splce Magazine, "Spring 2004 Filmpool Premiere Screening" review by Ken Wilson.
May 30-June 1 2004, Christine Ramsay. “Saskatchewan!” Annual Conference of the Film Studies Association of Canada/Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba .
2003 Curatorial notes by Dr. Troy Rhoades for screening in Edmonton, describing my work in terms of economy of scale.
Summer 2000, Artichoke, review: "Quick Time: The Revenge of Super 8" by Greg Beatty.
2000, Neutral Ground, "Traveling Light" curatorial notes by Joanne Bristol.
1998, winter, Splice Magazine, Saskatchewan Filmpool, "Projected Value" by Philippe Mather.
May 1996, "Maximum Inconsequence: Regina Films and Videos of the 1980s: an essay for Neutral Ground Gallery screening" by Brett Carson Bell.
Winter 1996, Art Gallery of Ontario Cinematheque guide, "The Independents" program.
1992, Virus 23 Magazine, "Angst & Dread: Life in Video Culture" by Bruce Fletcher
August 1991, Splice Magazine (Saskatchewan Filmpool), "Donuts With .... Gerald Saul" by John Kennedy
1989, fall, Independent Eye, vol 11, no 1, "Leaving the Theatre: Flatland Films" by W. Scheff.
1989, Vancouver Film Festival program notes on Wheat Soup.
1989, Hidden Cinema, Saskatchewan Filmpool, commissioned tour essay by Martin Rumsby (excerpt).
September 1989, Cinema Canada film review "Wheat Soup" by Patrick Lowe.
1988, Splice Magazine, Filmpool, fall, "Wheat Soup Bowls 'em Over"