- Lucien Nonguet's Massacres de Macedonie (Massacres in Macedonia, 1903) is the first film footage that drew international attention to the stormy Macedonian milieu. This was one of many directed film journals, filmed and entirely processed in the Pathé studio in Vincennes near Paris.
- Charles Rider Noble was, as a representative of the Charles Urban Trading Co. of London, given the task of documenting the current events in the Balkans during the period after the Ilinden uprising. It is thought that his film Macedonian Uprisers Fight Against the Turks (England, 1903) contains the first “live” killing captured on film. This was actually the first film portrait of Macedonia in Europe and the world, as well as the first official presence of a film professional on the Macedonian soil.
- Ianachia and Manakia Manakis, cineasts & photographers.
- Goran Trenčovski, "A View Of The Macedonian Documentary Film".
- The Ohrid 89 international video colony. It enabled the production of video works in co-operation with RTV Skopje. Theorists, producers and video artists participated in the event, including Nuša Dragan, Srečo Dragan, and Marina Gržinić and Aina Šmid.
- "Videokunst in Mazedonien", (German), 
- Spot: Review of Photography 10: "Video", ed. Radoslav Putar, Zagreb: Grafički zavod Hrvatske, 1977. (Serbo-Croatian),(English)
- XVI Sao Paulo Biennial: Video from Yugoslavia, ed. Davor Maticevic, Zagreb: Gallery of Contemporary Art Zagreb, 1981, 8 pp. (English)
- Mihailo Ristić (ed.), Videosfera: video/društvo/umetnost [Videosphere: Video/Society/Art], Belgrade: Studentski izdavački centar, 1986. Anthology of theoretical texts about video, including contributions from video-makers. Review: Radić. (Serbo-Croatian)
- Barbara Borčić, "Video Art from Conceptualism to Postmodernism", in Impossible Histories: Historical Avant-gardes, Neo-avant-gardes, and Post-avant-gardes in Yugoslavia, 1918-1991, eds. Dubravka Djurić and Miško Šuvaković, MIT Press, 2003, pp 490-524, PDF. (English)
- Balkan Video Federation, ed. Branislav Dimitrijević, Belgrade: Center for Contemporary Art - Belgrade, 2000,  pp. Catalogue. (English)
- Jon Blackwood, "On Women’s Video Art in the context of Yugoslavia, 1969–91", in EWVA: European Women's Video Art in the 70s and 80s, eds. Laura Leuzzi, Elaine Shemilt, and Stephen Partridge, John Libbey, 2019, pp 55-66.  (English)
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