Associate Teaching Professor/Co-Director, DFP



Field and post-production and functions as director of photography and as associate director on faculty film projects.


Cindy Hill has spent more than 20 years as a teacher and filmmaker. She served as associate producer, director of photography, and editor for five documentaries that aired nationally on PBS: Negroes With Guns: Rob Williams and Black Power, Freedom Never Dies: The Legacy of Harry T. Moore, Last Days of the Revolution, Campaign for Cuba, and Giving Up the Canal. She also served as associate producer and director of photography/editor for Angel of Ahlem, the story of a WWII veteran’s search for the Holocaust survivors he photographed on April 10, 1945. The film is currently distributed by The National Center for Jewish Film. Cindy joined the Wake Forest faculty in July 2010. She currently serves as an associate director of The Documentary Film Program and a lecturer in the Department of Communication. She teaches courses in production, production theory and visual storytelling.

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