Hillary Demmon is a documentary filmmaker whose work explores the intersection between identity and memory, and the material objects that act as a lifeline between them. She works primarily as a director, editor and producer. In the classroom, she seeks to create an environment that welcomes all students into the collaborative endeavor of filmmaking, emphasizing that their various identities bring richness to the table and subtract nothing.
Hillary is a Senior Lecturer of Film and Media Studies and serves as the Professionalization Advisor to the program. Contact her at email@example.com.
Making Montgomery Clift (2019)
Road Comics: Big Work on Small Stages (2012)