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Winter Dunn is an NAACP Image Award-winning director, producer and actress with a passion for depicting universal stories through the lens of BIPOC voices. Her short film DEAR MAMA... World Premiered at SXSW, was awarded a Special Jury Mention in Drama at Aspen Shortsfest and is currently streaming on The New Yorker. Her debut short film JUNEBUG premiered at the American Black Film Festival, made its television debut on FOXSoul and is currently streaming on Tubi and Issa Rae Presents/HOORAE. She is a producer on Numa Perrier’s debut feature film, JEZEBEL which premiered at SXSW, won Best Narrative Feature at the American Black Film Festival, and is currently streaming on Netflix via Ava DuVernay’s ARRAY.


Dunn has directed multiple digital content formats including web series and editorial videos. Her celebrity video features for Vanity Fair, Vogue, Architectural Digest, GQ, Allure and other media brands have garnered a celebrity feature list that includes Viola Davis, Sarah Paulson, Lena Waithe, Kim Kardashian, Billie Eilish and others.


She is a 2021 Film Independent Project Involve Directing Fellow and is the recipient of the Amazon Studios Film Fellowship. Dunn graduated from the Chicago Academy for the Arts and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre from Fordham University.


Photography by Kyle Meeks

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