Authenticity, drama, and visual originality are essential to good filmmaking, but the process begins with people telling their own stories passionately and with clarity. The films that we make inspire action on behalf of social causes, build brands, and connect with viewers. This is the heart of what we do.


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david winton

David Winton co-founded Winton/duPont Films in 1988. He has produced award-winning documentaries and short form films for the world’s leading broadcasters, corporations, educational and not-for-profit institutions, including PBS, History, National Geographic, Discovery, The New York Times, Intel, Bristol-Myers/Squibb, Johns Hopkins, and UC Berkeley.

His PBS film about a team of engineers at Netscape Communications, 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.

Winton is on the board of the San Francisco Film Society and Phillips Academy’s Addison Gallery and the Institute for Recruiting Teachers.

David is a graduate of Harvard and lives with his wife in San Francisco.

frank dupont

Creating direct and powerful personal stories is at the heart of Frank’s award-winning work.  Current projects include the Living Histories project for the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation — over 100 stories of personal courage and selflessness, which form the core of a national education program; as well as, branding and marketing films for clients including Morgan Stanley, Blackstone, Memorial Sloan-Kettering, Bard College, the Art Dealer’s Association of America, and Phillips Academy Andover.

Frank has directed Olympics programming for NBC and a documentary on America’s Cup racing, part of a series he produced for Tech TV. He is the executive producer of PBS’s Code Rush.

His cause-related films address issues in education, healthcare, prison reform, and women’s reproductive rights.