Veronique Bernard

New York, New York, United States


Véronique Bernard is an independent non-fiction film and television producer, director and senior executive whose experience includes WNET Culture & Arts Documentaries, Sundance Channel Original Programming, New York Times Television, National Geographic Television, ABC News Productions and SBS Television in Australia where she was Head of Production. Recent credits include doc series E2: The Economies of Being Environmentally Conscious (PBS/Sundance, Grantham Prize for Excellence in Environmental Journalism Award of Merit 2009,) French feature doc co-production The Man Who Invented Himself: Duane Michals (Special Mention Prize International Festival of Film on Art FIFA 2013,) science series Redesign My Brain (ABC Australia, Science Channel, Discovery International 2012, 2014,) PBS series Art in the Twenty-First Century (2016), feature docs Enter The Faun (America Reframed, 2017,) The People vs. Agent Orange (ITVS/Independent Lens, Arte 2020-21) Chasing Childhood (DOCNYC 2020) and Still Not Equal (in post-production.) Véronique teaches in the Integrated Media Arts MFA program at Hunter College, is part of the leadership team of the Documentary Producers Alliance (DPA) and President and Executive Producer of Iliad Entertainment.