Michael James Aleck Snow (10 December 1928 – 5 January 2023) was a Canadian artist who worked in a range of media including film, installation, sculpture, photography, and music. His best-known films are Wavelength (1967) and La Région Centrale (1971), with the former regarded as a milestone in avant-garde cinema.
- The Collected Writings of Michael Snow, forew. Louise Dompierre, Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 1994, viii+295 pp.
- More on ARG
- Screening Room: Michael Snow, 1977.
- Michael Snow Up Close, dir. Jim Shedden & Alexa-Frances Shaw, 1996.
- "The Michael Snow Dossier", intro. Peter Rist, Offscreen, Nov 2002.
- Elizabeth Legge, Michael Snow: Wavelength, Afterall Books, 2009, 112 pp.
- Martha Langford, Michael Snow: Life & Work, Art Canada Institute, 2014, 94 pp.
- James King, Michael Snow: Lives and Works, Dundurn Press, 2019, 336 pp, ARG.
- Michael Snow, eds. Annette Michelson and Kenneth White, MIT Press (October Files), 2019, 288 pp, ARG. Publisher.