Bernice looks ahead to its DOC NYC : Big Apple debut

Born and raised New Yorker, Bernice Steinbaum, has been described as a “force of nature in the New York art scene” for championing artists and their work since the late 1970s.

Bernice will once again take to the city streets for its NYC Premiere this November as part of the DOC NYC Film Festival

 DOC NYC Presents: Bernice

Saturday, Nov. 14th @12:00pm


Screening at:


12:00 PM, Sat Nov 14, 2015 | IFC Center

Artists and their art. Sideshow of the Absurd (USA, 14 min., Tina DiFeliciantonio, Jane C. Wagner) profiles antique carnival attractions. Cindy Sherman: “Untitled Film Stills” (USA, 4 min., Douglas Sloan) puts the famed photographer’s early work into focus. Colors of Life (Japan, 14 min., Goro Ushijima) explores the Japanese practice of creating colors found in nature. Artspeak (USA, 16 min., Bill Claps) affectionately critiques art world jargon. A force of nature in the New York art scene, Bernice (USA, 30 min., Kristina Sorge) has devoted her life to championing artists in their work and lives.

Full line up announced.