Bruce Posner, filmmaker,
Posner has worked as a curator and programmer of film, a lecturer
on the history and theory of motion pictures, an archivist
focused on film preservation and restoration, and an artist
of film and photography. Prominent institutions that have
featured Posner's work include Telluride Film Festival, Whitney
Museum of American Art, Harvard Film Archive, Moscow International
Film Festival, Sydney Film Festival, Dartmouth College, The
Currier Museum of Art, and Pittsburgh Filmmakers Society.
In 1999, working with 60 of the world's leading film archives,
Posner began work on Unseen Cinema: Early American Avant-Garde
Film 1893-1941, a film restoration and preservation project
sponsored by Anthology Film Archives and Deutsches Film Museum.
The widely exhibited retrospective has been hailed a milestone
in the study of the formative stages of American experimental
Posner was commissioned by the State Arts Council to create
an "Arts Car" of found objects. The Car was presented
at the 2000 Celebrate NH Festival at Hopkinton Fairgrounds
in Contoocook, the restaging of NH's proud presentation at
the 1999 Smithsonian Folklife Festival in Washington DC.
information about Bruce Posner, visit the following websites
February 12, 2015