Cindy Hill is a documentary filmmaker and Teaching Professor at Wake Forest University. She currently serves as Co-Director of the Documentary Film Program and teaches courses in media production, documentary storytelling and media story editing. Cindy joined the Wake Forest University faculty in 2010.
Cindy has worked on numerous film projects that have aired nationally on PBS and have been distributed internationally. Most recently she has served as an associate director for The Last Flight of Petr Ginz, which screened in more than 40 countries and is available in seven languages, and as a co-director for Living in the Overlap, which has won four best short film festival awards and has screened in more than a dozen countries. At present, she is working on two film projects—Five Minutes, an animated documentary short about regenerative medicine and wounded vets—and The Silence of War, a transmedia project about a small group of African-American vets from rural North Carolina who are slowly coming to terms with their PTSD.
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