Alberto Cabrera Bernal

Alberto Cabrera Bernal (b.October 1976) is a Madrid-based filmmaker, artist and teacher, working in various formats, from video to 35 mm, using almost exclusively archive material, between appropriation and structural cinema.

His films have been shown in international venues and festivals such as Anthology Film Archives (New York), Images Festival (Toronto), EXiS (Seoul), CCCB (Barcelona), Cinemateca Brasileira (Sao Paulo) or Views from the Avant-Garde (New York). He has given workshops and master classes on avant-garde cinema in institutions and centers like Matadero Madrid or TAI School. He has been the subject of several articles, such as Four Ways to Define Cinema. Alberto Cabrera Bernal, Beyond any Orbit. Decentered Audiovisuals, or Contemporary Appropriation Audiovisual Ways, Styles and Formats in Spain.

He is the co-manager of Angular, an international experimental film DVD publisher that will launch their first volume mid-2014.

A selection of his filmography can be seen at PLAT.



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