Camera Operator, Editor, Director, Producer
Danielle Bernstein is the founder of Clear Films, the full service, story driven production company that uses media to amplify social and environmental struggles affecting our global community. She is an award winning writer, producer, director, and editor of independent film. Committed to film as a form of activism, Danielle's mission is to positively influence the community around her one film at a time.
Danielle's directorial debut, When Clouds Clear, attended over 50 film festivals and was the recipient of numerous awards. Her last feature documentary, Imba Means Sing screened at the United Nations, received two IndieFest awards and is distributed in over 37 languages worldwide by Sony Entertainment and Delta, and it is now available worldwide on Netflix. Her current feature project, Homemade, is the recipient of the 2016 Creative Vision Program Grant and will be released in 2017. She is a winner of a Cine Golden Eagle Award, Social Justice Award at the Santa Barbara film festival, recipient of the NYSCA grant, and was Nominated Best Environmental Documentary of the Decade for When Clouds Clear. She is also a Film Fatales and a member of NEXUS.
Commercial, Narrative Films, Documentary, Feature