Faculty Profile: Cara Pilson
Cara Pilson currently serves as Co-Director of the Documentary Film Program and as a Teaching Professor in Documentary Film. She has served as Associate Producer and Director of Research for multiple award-winning films that aired nationally on PBS. Most recently, she served as Associate Director and Director of Research on The Last Flight of Petr Ginz an award-winning documentary that has screened internationally and is distributed by First Run Features and Forward Entertainment.
Pilson has worked on three digital humanities projects funded by the Humanities Institute (HI) and produced by graduate and undergraduate students at Wake Forest. The projects have involved digital study guides and related short films about artists of the Holocaust, e-books on Filipino Street Art and a website and short films on African American Vietnam veterans and post-traumatic stress syndrome.
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