Lecturer in the Department of Cinema and Media Studies and Department of Visual Arts, The University of Chicago
Judy Hoffman is a Lecturer in the Department of Cinema and Media Studies and Department of Visual Arts. Hoffman has worked in film and video for over 25 years and was active in the Alternative Television Movement of the early 1970's, experimenting in the use of small format video equipment. Hoffman was the first woman film Camera Assistant in Chicago and her credits include numerous PBS series, including Daley: The Last Boss, for "American Experience," and Ken Burns' Baseball, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Jazz.
Hoffman played a major role in the formation of Kartemquin Films, working on many of their film productions and was the Associate Producer on Golub, which debuted at the New York Film Festival. She is currently on Kartemquin's Board of Directors.