At Winton / duPont Films, we believe in the power of stories to engage, and move people to action. As experienced storytellers, we understand the elements which contribute to great filmmaking — drama, authenticity, visual originality. At its core, this process begins with people telling their own stories passionately and with insight. Working collaboratively with our clients — the nation’s leading institutions, corporations, schools, and non-profits — we create videos from original concept through final delivery, crafting stories that explore identity, reinforce brands, fundraise, recruit, market, educate and celebrate. Ultimately, we look to prompt action on behalf of institutions and social causes. This is the heart of what we do.
Finding and creating direct and powerful filmed stories are the heart of Frank’s work. For more than 25 years he has created short form films with eclectic focus – from Medal of Honor recipients to holocaust survivors, CEOs to Olympic athletes, neurosurgeons to teens struggling to beat the odds. He has produced moving work for major corporations and justice-oriented nonprofits in equal measure. The exploratory process, the fascination with the dynamics of each individual life, grounded the practice and the storytelling. Frank has BA from Yale and lives in New York where he enjoys road trips with his lovely, creative wife.
David Winton founded Winton/duPont Films in 1988. He has produced award-winning documentaries and short form films for world-leading broadcasters, corporations, educational and not-for-profit institutions. His PBS film, Code Rush, is considered the defining film of the first Internet boom and his last two films for National Geographic – Interrogating Saddam and Suburban Jihad – won Cine Gold Eagles. David is on the board of the San Francisco Film Society and Phillips Academy’s Addison Gallery and the Institute for Recruiting Teachers. David is graduate of Harvard and lives with his wife in San Francisco.
Director of Client Partnerships
Kelcey is award-winning filmmaker. She received B.A. from University of Texas at Austin, and M.F.A. in Documentary Film from Stanford University. Kelcey’s films have screened at SXSW and Berlinale, been broadcast on PBS Independent Lens, and received support the Sundance and Tribeca Film Institutes, and the MacArthur Foundation. Kelcey has been producer at Winton/duPont Films for over ten years.
Anna is documentary director, producer and editor based in Brooklyn. Her award-winning documentary The Providers premiered at 2018 Full Frame Film Festival and was broadcast nationally on PBS’ Independent Lens. She is associate producer of Oscar-winning film Inside Job (2010) and editor The Making of Gabrieli (2017). Anna has BA from Vassar College and MFA in Documentary Film from Stanford University.
Jamie is producer and writer based in New York. He has produced short-form commercial content and music videos for Atlantic Records, RocNation, PepsiCo, Mike & Ike, and more. His writing has appeared The New York Times and Popula, and is free time, he is working on book. Jamie has BFA from NYU’s Tisch School of Arts.
Kyle is filmmaker and musician based in New York. For client work, he edits short documentary content, often for non-profits that social justice component. For personal work, he makes immersive experimental narrative films that explore new ways of combining sound, music and image. Kyle loves learning new things and dreams of sailing the open seas.