ROCKLAND FILM WORKSHOPS

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HEATHER WINTERS
Founder, Rockland Film Workshops
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Heather Winters is an American film producer, director, writer, educator, and a two-time Sundance-winning executive producer. Heather executive produced Morgan Spurlock's Academy Award® nominated and Sundance-winning documentary, Super Size Me, and Anthony Haney-Jardine's Sundance-winning dramatic feature, Anywhere, u.s.a. Heather's films include Michelle Memran's, The Rest I Make Up (Best Movies of 2018, The New Yorker), AJ Schnack's, Convention, (IFC/Sundance Selects), Class Act (Morgan Spurlock Presents), Jim Killeen's Google Me, and her directorial debut, TWO: The Story of Roman & Nyro about legendary songwriter and music producer Desmond Child's journey to parenthood. Television credits include ThunderCats, Silverhawks, The Comic Strip, and MTV's Real World. Heather is a film professor at Sarah Lawrence College, consultant, producer's rep, juror, and lecturer. She is the founder of White Dock and Studio on Hudson production companies.