Deborah Hoffmann
(United States)

Deborah Hoffmann was born on 17th October 1947 in New York. She has worked in the San Francisco Bay Area as a film and video editor for over 25 years, editing numerous internationally acclaimed documentaries. For her work on The Times Of Harvey Milk, she received a National Emmy, and the film received an Academy Award. Other documentaries she has edited include Marlon Riggs' Peabody Award-winning Color Adjustment, National Emmy winners Ethnic Notions and Men Who Molest, and Academy Award winner Common Threads, in which she was one of three editors. With her partner Frances Reid, Deborah directed Long Night's Journey Into Day: South Africa's Search For Truth And Reconciliation. This feature documentary won the Grand Jury Award at Sundance and received an Oscar nomination as well as 20 other international awards.

Long Night´s Yourney into Day-together with Frances Reid
94´, USA, 2000
Complaints of a Dutiful Daughter
44´, USA, 1994 is powered by Doc Alliance, a creative partnership of 7 key European documentary film festivals. Our aim is to advance the documentary genre, support its diversity and promote quality creative documentary films.

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