Maureen Judge
Maureen judge

Maureen Judge is an award-winning filmmaker, whose recent documentary My Millennial Life, won the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television’s 2017 CSA award for Best Documentary Program. My Millennial Life‘s online i-DOC was also nominated for a CSA Award, Cross Platform Project. Previous work includes the observational documentary trilogy exploring themes of love, betrayal and acceptance in parent/adult child relationships: Unveiled; The Mother Daughter Relationship, honoured with a multiplicity of awards, including a Genie from the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television; In My Parents’ Basement; and Mom’s Home, nominated for two Gemini’s, including the Donald Brittain Award. Judge was the executive producer/producer on the Makin’ Movies/NFB co-production, FLicKeR, for which she received a Gemini nomination from the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television. And the film won the Hot Docs Special Jury Prize for Canadian Feature Documentary. Judge also directed the Chris Award winning NFB film, And We Knew How To Dance: Women and WWI, created/produced the critically acclaimed television series, Family Secrets, and was co-creator/producer of the Bravo Television series, Heart of a Poet. Judge earned an M.A. in Cinema Studies at New York University (1982) and teaches film at Sheridan College Institute. She is a past Board Member of Women in Film and Television – Toronto, and past elected Executive Board Member for the Toronto Chapter of the Documentary Organization of Canada.