Steven Bognar has completed six films since 1986, many of which focus on regional identity, the Midwestern landscape, and the significance of photographic images. His films include A Lion in the House (2006; co-directed by Julia Reichert), Gravel (2003), Picture Day (2000), Personal Belongings (1996) and Welcome to Censornati (1990). Bognar’s work has been screened at the Sundance Film Festival, the DoubleTake Documentary Festival, South by Southwest, and the Ann Arbor Film Festival, and has aired on PBS, the Independent Film Channel and Deep Dish Television. He is a contributor to Independent Film and Video Monthly and has taught at Antioch College and in Ohio public schools.
Gravel, a short narrative shot on 16mm and Beta-SP video, weaves several relationships in one story. A mother is attracted to an ex-convict and tak…
EventsApr 08, 10
Three Creative Capital artists and their Creative Capital projects are featured at the Full Frame Documentary Festival in Durham, NC