Julia Hilder is an independent filmmaker based in Austin, Texas. A former television journalist with 15 years experience in the media, Julia now produces and directs her own documentaries as well as corporate videos for profit and non-profit cliental. In addition to video production, Julia also provides media training services for a wide range of clients.
Julia’s first solo project was Desert Dogs, a documentary about stray dogs on the Navajo reservation in New Mexico. Before that she co-produced the feature documentary BLIND SPOT: MURDER BY WOMEN with Oscar and Emmy Award-winning film directors Allie Light and Irving Saraf.
During her broadcasting career, Julia anchored and reported the news in a number of Texas cities including television stations in Houston, El Paso and Austin. She anchored the morning news at KXAN TV and later was the news director for KASE radio in Austin. (8/14)
Blind Spot: Murder by Women
A film by Irving Saraf, Allie Light and Julia Hilder, 2000, 87 min., Color
Because murder by women is still relatively rare--only one out of eight murders in the United States is committed by a woman--women's own stories prov...