Winter Dunn is an award winning producer, director and actress hailing from Gary, IN with a passion for depicting rich Black stories. She produced Numa Perrier’s debut feature film, JEZEBEL which premiered at SXSW 2019 and was awarded Best Narrative Feature at the American Black Film Festival that same year. JEZEBEL has been acquired by Ava DuVernay and is currently streaming on Netflix. Most recently, Dunn directed season one of SoulPancake, Overbrook and 206 Productions’ upcoming docuseries, “All Her with Angela Rye'' for Quibi. As an actress, Winter can be seen on screen in several shorts, web series and television series, including credits on Netflix’s “Drug Lords, ''Issa Rae’s “Insecure,” plus, digital programs with FUSE, BuzzFeed, NYLON.
Previously, Winter served as a producer / director for media maven Condé Nast Entertainment. Her celebrity video features for Vanity Fair, Vogue, Architectural Digest, GQ, Allure and other media brands have garnered over 60 million views and counting.
Winter is also the CEO of Winter Dunn Productions (WDP), a full-service multimedia production house, based in Los Angeles. The company’s debut film, JUNEBUG premiered at the 2020 American Black Film Festival, spotlighting Dunn under the Emerging Directors category. JUNEBUG made its television debut on FoxSoul and is currently streaming on Tubi.
Winter is currently a 2021 Project Involve Directing Fellow.
Winter is a graduate of the Chicago Academy for the Arts and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre from Fordham University.