Joseph Bernard

Posting #15

Posted on September 01, 2016

This interview was conducted by Brittany Danielle Friesner on 3/11/16 at Indiana University Cinema in Bloomington, Indiana.

Click here for video interview

 

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Published on August 30, 2016 by IU Cinema, this YouTube video interview was filmed in March 2016. Bernard's visit also included several other events and a public interview for the Jorgensen Guest Filmmaker Series. For more information about IU Cinema:  http://www.cinema.indiana.edu/ 

 

Posting #14

Posted on June 18, 2016

WFIU Public Radio Interview on "Profiles" with Yael Ksander at Indiana University, 3/11/16

 

Filmmakers Tony Buba and Joseph Bernard

 

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Photo: Adam Schwartz/WFIU

Tony Buba (left) and Joseph Bernard

Josh Brewer hosts an interview with documentary filmmaker Tony Buba, and Yaël Ksander speaks with mixed-media artist Joseph Bernard. To hear both 30 minute interviews click hereYaël's interview with Joseph Bernard airs first.

Tony Buba has been producing documentary films since 1972. Many of his films concern issues in his hometown of Braddock, Pennsylvania. These include Voices from a Steeltown, a series of vignettes of signs of life in the dying mill town, and his first feature-length documentary, Lightning Over Braddock: A Rustbowl Fantasy, an “exploded documentary.” His 1994 fictional feature film, No Pets, explored the psychological realities of postindustrial working-class life.

Joseph Bernard is a painter, filmmaker, and mixed-media artist. A former student of experimental filmmaker Stan Brakhage, Bernard’s films are kaleidoscopic abstractions of light and texture. His collage paintings utilize acrylic paint and inks on wood panels, layered with found objects such as hair, seaweed, feathers, onion skin, and crushed cans. Bernard has taught fine arts at Detroit’s College for Creative Studies.

  

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Posting #8

Posted on February 24, 2016

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Posting #7

Posted on November 21, 2015

Printed materials publicizing the 2015 screenings of PRISMATIC MUSIC following its premier at the College for Creative Studies, Detroit

 

Behind each public screening there are individuals who have made these events possible. A list of those who curated and hosted recent programs of my films would include Ben Gaydos (Professor UM-Flint and co-founder w/ Julia Yezbick of Mothlight Microcinema), Adam Lee Miller and Nicola Kuperus, Jodie Mack (Professor & Founder of EYEWASH at Dartmouth College), Monica Saviron, and Dr. Joshua Yumibe (Professor & Director of Film Studies at MSU). Each of these benefactors are artists themselves; that is, filmmakers, writers, musicians, painters, distinguished scholars. I'm extremely grateful for their advocacy and support. 

Upcoming - - An interview and a 90 minute/ 12-film program screening: PRISMATIC MUSIC at Indiana University Cinema (Underground Series) March 11, 2016.

 

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