Aubree  Bernier-Clarke

Aubree Bernier-Clarke (they/them) makes work that consistently explores themes of gender, queerness, and social justice. Their short documentary A NORMAL GIRL (2019) about intersex activist Pidgeon Pagonis which screened at a dozen international film festivals and won Best Director Documentary Short from Long Beach Queer Film Festival. In 2022, Aubree was selected for the ITVS/NEH Humanities in Documentary Development fellowship for INTERSEX JUSTICE. Earlier, as a Fellow in AFI’s renowned DWW+ directing workshop, Aubree developed their narrative short THE NIGHT IS OURS starring Bex Taylor-Klaus which screened at Outfest, Frameline and the New Orleans Film Festival. As a Cinematographer, Aubree has lensed several series, features, and short films, most recently FRAMING AGNES (dir. Chase Joynt) that premiered at Sundance 2022, winning both NEXT Innovator and NEXT Audience awards. They created behind-the-scenes featurettes for the films BOOKSMART, KAJILLIONAIRE and WHERE’D YOU GO BERNADETTE? and series TRANSPARENT and I LOVE DICK. They serve as an Advisor for Sundance Collab -Directing Visual Storytelling class.