Tag: Veronique Bernard

Prof. Véronique Bernard’s film selected by Sundance Institute

Professor Véronique Bernard’s documentary film Enter the Faun has been selected by Sundance Documentary Fund for 2015 Audience Engagement.

Film synopsis: “Art and science collide as a young actor with cerebral palsy and a dancer embark on a journey that leads to unprecedented physical transformation and challenges the limitations associated with disability.”

Enter The Faun is part of the official line up at Dance on Camera next year!


Enter the Faun reviews: The Hollywood Reporter and Film Society of Lincoln Center.

Prof. Veronique Bernard’s work screening at Indie Film Festival

Professor Veronique Bernard will be screening a documentary that she co-produced as part of the NYC Indie Film Fest. Her film features a cinematic portrait of photographer Duane Michaels who revolutionized the art form of photography and paved the way for other artists who followed.

Location: Producers Club 358 W 44th Street, NY, NY 10036
When: October 14 5:30PM

IMA/MFA Thesis Work-in-Progress

Monday, October 29th, 2012 @ 7:30PM, in the HN502/Screening Lab, we will have the Fall 2012 IMA/MFA Thesis Work-in-Progress Workshop sponsored by the IMA Development Fund.
The panel members overseeing the workshop will be Erin Greenwell, Veronique Bernard, and Rachel Stevens, Department of Film & Media faculty at Hunter College.
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