DVD - Claremont Modern by Paul Bockhorst
The 90 minute documentary film Claremont Modern: The Convergence of Art + Architecture at Midcentury, is a companion piece to "Design for Modern Living: Millard Sheets and the Claremont Art Community 1935 - 1975", produced in 2014 by filmmaker Paul Bockhorst in partnership with the Claremont Museum of Art.
Claremont Modern expands the scholarship of the intersection of Art + Architecture at Midcentury, and examines the regional influences that helped to establish a unique chapter in the annals of Modernism.
Claremont Modern is produced by Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Paul Bockhorst, in cooperation with Claremont Heritage. A veteran writer, producer, and director, Bockhorst has produced dozens of programs that have appeared on PBS, NBC, ABC, Turner Broadcasting, and the Disney Channel. He recently received an Honorary AIA Award for his many documentaries on art and architecture. The film is narrated by Richard Doyle.
Principal funding for Claremont Modern was generously provided by Howard & Roberta Ahmanson, The Ahmanson Foundation, Andy and Blenda Wright, the Windgate Charitable Foundation, Carolyn & Tom Owen-Towle, Brent R. Harris and Lisa Meulbroek Harris. Additional funding provided by Geoff Hamill, Paul Steffen, Tony & Flower Sheets, Margaret Russell, and Merika Adams Gopaul.