Maureen Judge
Maureen judge

Maureen Judge’s recent feature documentary, 17 And Life Doesn’t Wait, explores the hopes and dreams of three teen girls. Nominated by the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television for Best Editing, it’s a companion to her documentary on twenty-somethings, My Millennial Life, winner of multiple awards, including an Academy of Canadian Cinema’s Canadian Screen Award (CSA) for Best Documentary Program. My Millennial Life’s online platform was also selected for inclusion in the prestigious IDFA DocLab - Cross Platform Projects. Previous work includes the observational trilogy exploring themes of love, betrayal, and acceptance in parent/adult-child relationships: Unveiled: The Mother Daughter Relationship, honoured with a CSA/Genie Award for Best Short Documentary; In My Parents’ Basement; and Mom’s Home, nominated for two CSA/Gemini Awards. Judge produced and directed the award-winning Living Dolls, a bittersweet look at the world of doll collectors, and was the producer of the NFB co-production, FLicKeR, winner of the Hot Docs Special Jury Prize for Canadian Feature Documentary. She directed the Chris Award-winning film, And We Knew How to Dance: Women and WWI, created the critically acclaimed television doc series, Family Secrets, and co-created the Bravo! series, Heart of a Poet. Judge earned an M.A. in Cinema Studies from NYU Tisch School of the Arts, ('82), is a past Board Member of W.I.F.T. Toronto, and a past Executive Board Member of the Documentary Organization of Canada.