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Judy Herbert

Judy HerbertPost Production Manager

Post Production Manager

Judith Herbert began her career as a staff editor and Post Production Coordinator for the Educational Film Center in Springfield Virginia. While there, she edited “Footsteps,” a National Emmy Award nominee, and Cine Golden Eagle Award winner in 1979.

Herbert continued her film career as the editor of a number of Kennedy Center Honors Award films for Guggenheim Productions, including segments on both Helen Hayes, and Cary Grant. She then went on to edit numerous half hour documentaries for The Learning Channel’s “School Stories” series, as well as many of the CBS Cable/Video Action Fund’s “Fast Forward” programs.

Judy was the editor of Saul Landau’s 90 minute long Cuba Documentary entitled “The Uncompromising Revolution,” and also edited the critically acclaimed documentary “Is it a Boy… or a Girl,” an hour long documentary about hermaphrodites, for Discovery.

Her role as supervising, and/or senior editor at Mediagroup carries with it the responsibility for all editing and post production management for the company. She has collaborated with either Bleich or Pearce on more than twenty projects, including “Fast Lane Summer,” “The Search for Sodom and Gomorrah,” and currently on both “Thin Ice,” and “Wounded.”

She was the co-founder of the D.C. Chapter of Women in Film, and served on its board of directors for seven years, helping shape one of the more influential organizations promoting women in the industry. As an editor, the films she has made have won numerous awards, including several Cine Golden Eagles, an Academy Award Nomination for Best Documentary, and an individual Emmy for Outstanding Achievement in Editing.

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