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
Projects credited in
New Work Assistant ProducerTalawa
Croydon, United KingdomFreelance
Supporting & Co-producing Talawa First Festival for 6 weeks.
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- Script Editing