BADWest Officer, 4th Mondays BADWest Co-Curator
Tiffany Judkins is an accomplished producer and filmmaker whose work has appeared on PBS, Discovery and ABC. She is currently directing and producing the Pros and Cons of comedy where a group of ex-lifers are spurred by a stand-up comedy class to realize their voice, similar to the filmmaker.
Other current projects include Urban Food Chain, the reboot, a series traveling the country probing ways Black and Brown communities address the urgency of sustainability. Their approaches to economic prosperity, a healthy environment and social justice are very different from what we commonly think of as going “Green”.
Tiffany is a 2016 Black Public Media fellow, 2018 Arts for Los Angeles fellow, curator for the Black Association of Documentary Filmmakers West, former Juror for International Documentary Association and Pan African Film festival.
Tiffany is founder of Kinship Filmworks, a production company specializing socially impactful commercials and documentaries.
URBAN FOOD CHAIN
In this series, Hip Hop artist and wellness advocate, Stic.man, immerses himself in the urgency that is the sustainability movement. His journey celebrates innovators that create enterprise and wellness in communities of color.
Film Link: https://vimeo.com/187963236