Winnie Imara

Winnie Imara

ProducerLondon, United Kingdom
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Winnie Imara

Winnie Imara

ProducerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Winnie Imara is the Founder of ’Seven Black Women’ a collective that aims to produce untold stories & create new opportunities in Film, TV & Theatre, through programmes, masterclasses & production, in previous masterclasses they’ve had guests working in Channel 4, BBC, Fable Pictures, Searchlight Pictures, BFI, High end TV dramas & more, they’ve recently produced a writers initiative called 'The Script Window' connecting emerging writers with industry professionals & look to build more initiatives and opportunities within the company. She is also working on a creative social enterprise called ‘The Heritage & Honour Collection’ documenting & sharing on Black Women in History from 1500-1999 Britain through this she provides creative writing workshops with Black history for all women, young women & girls, she was also a speaker on the MuseumNext Generation Summit sharing on Black Women in history and has recently been commissioned to produce a series of workshop on Black Women in history at the Museum of London. Winnie has also been part of programmes such as LMF Female Founders Mentoring Programme, The Elephant Room x Carks OMM programme & Hatch Enterprise Female Founders Launchpad. She is also a Mentor on the 'I Like Networking Mentoring Programme' She was part of the LMF mentoring programme 2020 The Great Strides Programme by The Elephant Room x Clarks 2021 The Hatch Enterprise Launchpad Programme 2021 Bridge the Gap Producers Programme She has written and been featured on: Black Girl Fest - Community Spotlight Clarks - Styles & Stories blog Sistem Magazine Cinegirl Magazine Postscript Magazine
  • Featured on Cinegirl
    Featured on CinegirlWrote an article on Cinegirl
  • 2021
    2021So grateful to have a year full of creativity I was able to write a few articles and take part in a few projects and really do what I love. Now more than ever it's so Important to do what you're genuinely passionate about and enjoy doing Let's go 2022
Projects credited in
  • Small Chops - The Trailer
    Small Chops - The TrailerA trailer for a short film called 'Small Chops', based on the book Invisible Women by Caroline Criado-Perez. Edited for production company Seven Black Women
  • To Have A Lover
    To Have A LoverA short film: A young woman visits her ex-partner to perform one final, bizarre act of intimacy. The film explores desire, grief and the role of art in moving on.
Work history
    New Work Assistant ProducerTalawa
    Croydon, United KingdomFreelance
    Supporting & Co-producing Talawa First Festival for 6 weeks.
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    The Africa Centre logo
    YAC CommitteeThe Africa Centre
    London, United KingdomFreelance
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  • Writing
  • Producing
  • Script Editing
  • Dramaturgy
  • Performing
  • Leadership
  • Management
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    National Film and Television School logo
    FilmmakingNational Film and Television School
     - Beaconsfield, United Kingdom