Y Jane Winslow


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Jane Winslow works as a documentary video producer/director, installation artist and photographer, traveling extensively throughout Southeast Asia, the Black Sea region, Central and South America as well as Europe and the US. She exhibited her work in galleries and has had them published in magazines and in annual reports. Her extensive filmmography include a Pilgrimage for Peace, shot in Nepal involving 56 women from twenty-four countries from around the world. As a judge, programmer, and curator for video/film competitions and festivals, Winslow has served on many panels including: the Broadcast Educators Association Academic Papers, Documentary Division; BEA Documentary Preproduction Research Proposals Competition; BEA Festival of the Arts Faculty Competition, Documentary Division; the On-line International MCA-I Media Festival. Winslow is also an associate professor of broadcast production and screenwriting in the Communication Department at state University of New York Oswego, teaching global documentary production, scriptwriting for TV, and beginning and advanced production classes to name a few. She runs a COIL (Collaborative Online International Learning) doc production course with Trish FitzSimons at Griffith Film School in Brisbane Australia. Over the past fifteen years, Winslow has presented workshops and trainings on documentaries and video production at 911 Media Arts – Seattle, International Broadcasters Conference (IBC) Amsterdam, NBC Network News Burbank, Hazel Wolf Film Festival – Seattle, the China – U.S. Conference on Community College Education, Beijing, Entertainment Tonight - Paramount Studio, and the BBC. She also has developed three professional/technical certificate programs at Shoreline Community College, Seattle. Winslow has a Master of Science degree in Mass Communications from Miami University of Ohio and a Bachelor of Music degree from Indiana University. Winslow has won fellowships and awards for her work such as an Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Fellowship, an International MCA-I Media Festival award in the Education Category, the Production Excellence Award in Producing from Women In Film - Seattle for her work as a co-producer of a high definition short for the Seattle International Film Festival Fly Filmmaking Program. JANE WINSLOW’S FILMOGRAPHY (Partial) • Identity Tides - a collaborative video installation about gender and identity with artist Barbara Stout • BeComing: Women’s Circles, Women’s Lives – (Co-Producer/Director/Editor) Documentary on women circle, examining the therapeutic benefits derived from women’s circles and includes training in developing a successful circle • A Precious Human Life – (Co-Producer/Director/Videographer/Editor) A Sacred Dance For Tara Tibetan refugees documentary, Katmandu, Nepal November 2001 shooting footage of a Pilgrimage for Peace involving Tibetan refugees, high Buddhist lamas and 55 women from twenty-four countries from around the world • Operation Sack Lunch - (Segment Director) New Morning – Hallmark Channel. Daily morning show • First Light - (Director of Photography) New Morning – Hallmark Channel. Daily morning show • Digital Duo – (Still Photographer) National PBS Series (2005-06 season) • Awareness, Options, Control – Take Control - (Co-Producer/Director/Videographer) Program on truancy and the Becca Bill initially produced for King Co. Prosecutor’s Office now being used nationally as part of the Keep Kids in School program. This project had an all-student crew. MCAi Emerald City Award of Achievement – Gold in Educational Programs • A Tie To The Earth – For Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth – (Co-Producer/Director, Videographer, Editor) Documentary on gay youth with Grethe Cammermeyer, host • Living Will – (Co-Producer) Seattle International Film Festival - Fly Filmmaking - Jim Taylor, Director; Pam Carter, Producer – screening at the Cinerama Theater – narrative short. Production Excellence Award: Women In Film – Seattle, Nell Shipman Awards 2001 • Taking Mother to the Airport – (Co-Producer/Editor) Experimental dada piece – winner of regional German film festival award in the experimental division - Low tech exploration of quantum physics intersecting family live • Source Women Writer – (Producer/Director/DP/Editor) short documentary on women writer’s group in Indiana • Getting Out the Vote – (Producer/Director/DP/Editor) short documentary on women voting in the first election in 1920