Clement Hil Goldberg is an award-winning Multidisciplinary Artist, Writer, Director and Animator who is non-binary trans and queer. They work across disciplines to create satirical yet hopeful projects that center collective grief rooted in climate crisis, cultural erasure and extinction. Their project Let Me Let You Go was a Page International Screenwriting Award quarter-finalist and a Stowe Narrative Lab participant before receiving a 2022 Creative Capital Award. Their work has been exhibited at REDCAT Theatre, VORTEX Rep, Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive and the Worth Ryder Art Gallery, Institute of Contemporary Art at U Penn, Anthology Film Archives; CounterPulse, Yerba Buena Center For The Arts, SOMArts, Luggage Store Gallery, Artists Television Access, all in San Francisco; and over 50 international film and arts festivals including Frameline, Outfest, MIX NYC, Hamburg International Queer Film Festival and Cleveland International Film Festival. Clement received an MFA in Art Practice and a Graduate Certificate in New Media Studies from the University of California, Berkeley.
Goldberg created the stop motion animated web series The Deer Inbetween and joined Michelle Tea to produce the 20-filmmaker collaborative experimental feature film Valencia. Valencia won Jury Awards for Best Experimental Feature at the Polari Film Festival and Best Narrative Feature at Chicago Reeling. Goldberg was awarded a San Francisco Arts Commission IAC grant in visual arts in 2017 and their project Our Future Ends was awarded a Creative Work Fund visual arts grant in collaborative partnership with CounterPulse in 2016.
Clement has taught workshops on Stop Motion Animation and given artist talks at various institutions including Aggregate Space Gallery, Idyllwild Arts Academy, Williams College, UC Berkeley, and Yerba Buena Center For The Arts. For bookings, screenings and general inquiry:
CONTACT: clemgoldberg @ gmail dot com