July 13, 2011 Poet Trevor Bernard ‘Hold the Line’

July 13, 2011 Guest Trevor Bernard Trevor Bernard graduated from Boise High School, class of 2011, where he focused his studies on video broadcasting, creative writing, music, painting and arts in general. His interest in film began at a young age, after viewing such classics as “Creature from the Black Lagoon”, and “King Kong”. Trevor was hooked.

He began to attend film festivals, stop motion animation and green screen workshops, and started a mentorship with Michael Wiese of MWP – Michael Wiese Productions. Mr. Wiese is a filmmaker and publisher of how-to filmmaking books, which Mr. Bernard read with a thirst for focused learning. Trevor soon began to write reviews of these text and how-to books published by MWP.

Mr. Bernard’s mother is a published author, poet and photographer, and Trevor had already inherited a love of books and poetry. He was searching for a way to combine his passions and the concept of a documentary film about poetry and its social impact was born when Trevor discovered that a new poetry movement is underway.

After graduating, Trevor opted to hold off on college and film school to peruse an internship with a local friend and filmmaker, while beginning production on his film and directorial debut – “Hold the Line”. Hold the Line is a documentary about poetry, the new poetry movement and the impact of poetry on society in these turbulent times.

The film is currently set to be released in 2012.

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